Local & Area

Regional KCA meeting to be held in Corning

Kansas Cattlemen’s Association (KCA) will host a regional meeting on Thursday evening, March 23, at the Corning Community Center in Corning, to discuss industry topics. The free event is open…

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US-75 at Nebraska City to be closed for night bridge work

  Weather permitting, U.S. Highway 75 on the southeast edge of Nebraska City will be temporarily closed for girder erection on the two overpass bridge structures. Work was expected to…

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Sheriff: Beware of telephone scam

Submitted by John Merchant, Brown County Sheriff The Brown County Sheriff’s Office has been made aware of a new scam circulating the area by one of our local financial institutions….

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Set your clocks forward!

Spring forward this Sunday, as Daylight Savings Time begins. Set your clocks forward one hour before going to bed Saturday night, as the change takes place at 2 a.m. This…

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Mumps case confirmed in Sabetha

Submitted by NCCHS The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) and Nemaha County Community Health Services are investigating a case of mumps in Sabetha. Mumps is a contagious disease…

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Nemaha County Association of Retired School Personnel

Submitted by Lylamae Edelman The first meeting of the new year for the Nemaha County Association of Retired School Personnel was held at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 7, at…

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Grass fire put out by Sabetha firefighters

A small grass fire just south of IMAC in Sabetha is put out by Sabetha firefighters on Tuesday, March 7. Read More

The Creation of Style

The front entry facelift of The Main Event is nearly complete. On Monday morning, March 6, workers finish up the installation of a large door and window focal point on... Read More

Kansas State University seeks start-up ideas

Kansas State University is seeking applications from Kansas-based startups to participate in its fourth annual K-State Launch a Business program, powered by KS State Bank. The program, also known as…

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State Emergency Operations Center continues to coordinate assistance for Kansas wildfires

As wildfires burn in multiple counties across the state, the State Emergency Operations Center continues to monitor and coordinate assistance for the affected counties. As of Tuesday morning, the counties…

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Funding not adequate, court finds

In light of the Kansas Supreme Court’s ruling on the adequacy portion of the Gannon v. State of Kansas school finance case, state and school officials are weighing in on…

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International Trade Day of events event planned for April 6

Submitted by Mary Ann Riederer The Sabetha Chamber of Commerce, Glacial Hills Business Resource Center, Washburn University Small Business Development Center and Washburn University School of Business International Program are…

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Former Wetmore principal faces charges for failure to report abuse

A former Wetmore administrator is facing charges after he allegedly failed to report abuse and neglect. Tim Weis served at Wetmore principal from July 1, 1993, to June 30, 2007….

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Free workshop to focus on starting a new business

A free workshop, “How to Start a New Business,” will be offered beginning at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 23, at the Glacial Hills Business Resource Center in Sabetha. Presenter Russ…

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Local economy continues to be on the rise

Sabetha continues to see increased sales tax receipt revenues, according to the February County/City Local Sales Tax Distribution Report released by the Kansas Department of Revenue. The state issues these…

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