Local & Area

Christmas night fire leaves family without home, vehicle, belongings, pets

A Christmas night fire has left an area family without a home, vehicle or belongings. According to the family, also lost was one dog and three cats. According to Brown…

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Sabetha Fire Department 12.22.2018

At 4:59 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 20, the Sabetha Fire Department (SFD) was called to Hillcrest Apartments at 515 Roosevelt for a possible fire. Upon arrival, the homeowner – Jessica Rowell…

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CLUB NEWS: Reavis-Ashley Chapter D.A.R.

Submitted by Ann Smith, Reporter Reavis-Ashley Chapter D.A.R. met at 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 7, for a luncheon at the Colonial Acres activity room Humboldt, Neb. Dawn Feldkamp was hostess. Luncheon…

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CLUB NEWS: Brown County Genealogical Society

Submitted by Marla Hathhorn, BCGS Secretary The Dec. 20 Brown County Genealogical Society meeting was opened by President Charles Carr, with 18 members and guests present. The annual election of officers…

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KDHE rescinds Boil Water Advisory for City of Morrill

Note: Boil Water Advisory was rescinded on Thursday, Dec. 27. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has issued a boil water advisory for the City of Morrill located…

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UBT presents donation to GSCF

A $5,000 check is presented from Gale Cook, right, with United Bank and Trust, to Bill Simpson, president of the Greater Sabetha Community Foundation. This is the second donation of... Read More

After 44 years, Linda McGuire to sell Char-Mae

After 44 years, Char-Mae owner Linda McGuire is handing her scissors over to a new owner. Effective Jan. 1, current employee Jessica Lay will take ownership of the business. After…

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SBS Insurance: Schmitz to take on president role

Fran Reitz, Seneca Courier-Tribune SBS Insurance would like to announce that as of Jan. 1, 2019, Bryan Schmitz will take over the role of President from Jim Runnebaum, who is looking…

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No injuries reported in house fire

No injuries were reported following a Tuesday afternoon house fire in Sabetha. At 12:04 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 18, the Sabetha Fire Department was called to the report of a fire…

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Club News: Sabetha Christian Women’s Club

Submitted by Penny States “The Sounds of the Season” were definitely featured as “Infinity” of Sabetha High School performed at the Tuesday, Dec. 13, Sabetha Christian Women’s Club Brunch held…

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Odorless, colorless radon gas is prevalent in Kansas; have your home checked

Submitted by Mary Lou Peter Kansas State Research and Extension Location, location, location – Kansas is fortunate to have the scenic Flint Hills, a relatively low cost of living, and…

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American Red Cross urgently needs blood donations

Emergencies don’t take a holiday. The American Red Cross urgently needs blood donors to make an appointment now to give and help ensure patients can get the treatment they need…

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Concerns grow as wind farm discussion progress

The possibility of two new local wind farms has sparked many conversations recently, and many concerns have been brought up regarding the turbines and their placement within Nemaha and Brown…

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Local flu activity low, still time for flu shot

Local officials are reporting very few infuenza-like illnesses at this time. However, one does not have to go far to see a different picture. Doniphan County schools, just two counties…

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Ottos win “Light Up Sabetha” contest

One, two, three times a winner. For the third year in a row, Caleb and Emily Otto have snagged the top honors as the winners of the Sabetha Chamber of…

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