Local & Area

Nemaha County Farm Bureau annual meeting set for August 22

Submitted by Betty Bergman Nemaha County Farm Bureau will be holding its annual meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 22, at the Nemaha County Community Building in Seneca, beginning with a dinner…

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44 tractors participate in annual Tractor Cruise

Forty-four tractors participated in the Eighth Annual Nemaha County Historical Society Tractor Cruise on Saturday, July 29, in southwest Nemaha County held in conjunction with the Nemaha County Fair. This... Read More

Workshop set for beginning, transitioning organic farmers

Kansas Organic Producers (KOP) and the National Farmers Organization (NFO) are hosting a training workshop for beginning or transitioning organic farmers. The “FARMSTARTS” workshop will be held Wednesday, Aug. 30,…

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Soil health workshop is planned for August 29

Submitted by Dana Schmelzle A Soil Health Workshop will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 29, at the Family Life Center, Evangel United Methodist Church, at…

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Brown County Genealogical Society Program to be held August 17

Most often missed in the history books we all have read is the story of sextant and undertaker of Boston’s Old North Church Robert Newman, who was responsible for lighting…

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Infant loss and general grief support groups available

Submitted by Krista Stallbaumer Nemaha Valley Community Hospital (NVCH) is currently hosting two different support groups for those who have experienced the loss of an infant or for those who…

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Bern blood drive set for August 16

Submitted by Pat Kastrup Summer is a time for the days that never end — time to watch fireworks, have a picnic and root for the home team. While many…

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Oddly Shaped Vegetables: Meet Baby Potato

Pam Wysong, who lives east of Sabetha, dug this uniquely shaped potato out of her garden on Tuesday, July 26. Wysong thought it resembles a baby or a piglet, while... Read More

Solar Eclipse is August 21

The experience of a lifetime. The Total Solar Eclipse occurring on Monday, Aug. 21, is said to be just that. When this astronomical object only happens approximately every 375 years…

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Charlie Kuenzi earns first place at Entrepreneurship Academy

While the Northeast Kansas Entrepreneurship Academy is not the popular television series “Shark Tank,” it is a stepping stone for prospective young entrepreneurs. The Academy — founded by the Northeast…

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Hiawatha Pull results released

Submitted by Betty Niehues The Northeast Kansas Stock Garden Tractor Pullers competed Saturday, June 24, at a pull in Hiawatha. Results are as follows: 700-pound class: first place, Mike Mellenbruch…

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Summer prescribed burns reduce incidence of problem weed

Submitted by Pat Melgares Kansas State University researchers will soon wrap up a four-year study that has shown positive results in controlling a noxious weed common to the state’s pastures….

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Delaware Watershed Joint District No. 10 celebrates 60 years

Submitted by Jim Braum The Delaware Watershed Joint District No. 10 is celebrating 60 years of flood control/conservation service to the communities it serves. This watershed is determined by land…

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Breastfeeding Clinic open house to be held August 9

Submitted Christina Livengood Tuesday, Aug. 1, through Monday, Aug. 7, is World Breastfeeding Week, and the entire month of August is National Breastfeeding Month. To celebrate, Nemaha County Community Health…

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Correction: Back to School Section

In the Back to School section published on Wednesday, July 26, an omission was made in the Sabetha Elementary School staff list. Jennifer Herrmann will be teaching third grade at…

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