Local & Area

Sabetha Splash Park to be installed professionally

The dirt work for the new splash park has been done for a couple of months now at the Sixth Street Park, but that slab remains empty of any equipment;…

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Kansas reaches water rights agreement with Kickapoo Tribe

Submitted by Kansas Attorney General The State of Kansas and the Kickapoo Tribe of Kansas have settled a dispute over water rights, laying the groundwork to end a lawsuit that…

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Fall 2016 Sabetha Citywide Garage Sales Map

Sabetha Citywide Garage Sales Friday, September 16th – Sunday, September 18th   # Address Friday Sat. Sunday Garage Sale Description 1 308 S. 5th 7:00 A 7:30 P 7:00 A…

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Veterinary Feed Directive and Beef Quality Assurance meeting planned in SE Kansas

Submitted by Mary Lou Peter Beginning Jan. 1, 2017, livestock producers are required to obtain a Veterinary Feed Directive from their veterinarian to feed antibiotics deemed as medically important to…

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Patrol reports Labor Day weekend holiday activity

Submitted by Andrea Nolte The Kansas Highway Patrol is releasing preliminary data from its Labor Day holiday weekend activity. The reporting period for the 2016 holiday weekend ran from 6…

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Club News: Nemaha County Association of Retired School Personnel

The Tuesday, Sept. 6, meeting of the Nemaha County Association of Retired School Personnel was held at 11:30 a.m. at the Buzz Café with 10 members present and one guest,…

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Tornado formation spotted near Morrill

Rural Morrill resident Marci Grimm reports a tornado formation was visible from her home at around 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, September 7. No watch or warning was ever issued by the... Read More

Main Event Board closes in on $50,000 goal

The Main Event Board has reached $45,000 of the $50,000 needed towards the next phase of updating the handicap accessibility and curb appeal of the front entrance. New signage and... Read More

Bite by tasty bite: New diabetes program aims to help cut diabetes risks

Submitted by Mary Lou Peter Imagine a gathering with 10 of your friends and family members. Now imagine that at least one of you has a disease that can lead…

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Treasure seekers gear up for annual hunt

  Herald Report  If you are looking for something to do next weekend, mark your calendars for the 11th annual U.S. Highway 36 Treasure Hunt. The annual garage sale event…

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Taco’s BBQ & Bikes – Making memories with family and friends

Barbecue event brings joy and memories to Taco’s Boys BBQ Team Making memories with family and friends is what Taco’s Boys BBQ team enjoys most about barbecue events and what…

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Chamber hosts ribbon cutting at Prairie Pointe Inn

Jim and Diane Kaeb are joined by members of the Sabetha Chamber of Commerce during the Prairie Pointe Inn open house and ribbon cutting on Friday, September 2. Pictured (L-R)... Read More

SBS Insurance to sponsor event for area firemen, farmers

Submitted by Roy Frey, SBS Insurance Firefighters and area farmers will learn the main cause of grain engulfments at Grain Bin Rescue events to be held in the area. At…

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New corn disease confirmed in United States

Submitted by Mary Lou Peter A new disease, bacterial leaf streak, has made its way into corn crops throughout the heartland. It’s so new to the United States that it…

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Thirty-two artists to come to NorthRidge Church in Sabetha

Herald Report The fourth edition Beautiful Offerings Tour is being launched by Christian artist, Big Daddy Weave, and will be making a stop in Sabetha on Sunday, Sept. 11. Some…

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