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Free presentation, ‘Struggling Reader-Dyslexia’ to be offered in Falls City

A special presentation, “Struggling Reader-Dyslexia,” is slated for 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 5, at the Falls City Public Library in Falls City, Neb. The presentation — which is free to…

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Sabetha Blood Drive collects 87 units

  Eighty-seven units were collected during the Sabetha Blood Drive, which was held Tuesday, April 19. Helping with the blood drive were Lyla Edelman, Diane Hicks, Jerre Lauer and JoAnn…

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Red Cross seeks blood drive coordinator in Bern

  Every day, the American Red Cross relies on the dedicated efforts of volunteers to help collect the blood products needed to treat patients across the country. Locally, the Red…

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Final service scheduled

Hamlin Baptist Church will be holding a final service at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 1, in Hamlin. The church was organized in 1886 and in 1951 moved to the present…

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‘Grandma’ Bertha Perkins was first Sabethan to hit 100

Quite possibly the first Sabetha centenarian was “Grandma” Bertha (Marcum) Perkins, who reached that milestone on Friday, April 25, 1924. Her 100th birthday was celebrated in style by the entire…

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New centenarian moves to Sabetha

Newly-minted centenarian Maurine Fate, the mother of Sabetha resident Steve Harvey, celebrated her 100th birthday on Nov. 23, 2015, in Prairie Village and moved to Sabetha on Feb. 18, where…

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  • Vehicle runs into Sabetha Health Mart
  • Vehicle runs into Sabetha Health Mart

Vehicle runs into Sabetha Health Mart

Owner of Sabetha Health Mart Adam Reel watches as Sabetha Police officers work the scene OF an accident where Damion McAuliffe of Seneca drove his 2000 Chevrolet Metro into Sabetha... Read More

Bern Main Street resurfacing slated for May

After a lengthy grant and bidding process, a road project in Bern is set to happen next month. The project will resurface the western portion of Main Street in Bern,…

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Sabetha Citywide Clean Up set for April 20

Sabetha’s annual Citywide Clean Up is slated for Wednesday, April 20. Items placed near the curb by 8 a.m. on this date will be collected by volunteers. Any items placed…

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Legislative Update draws sparse audience

  Less than 20 constituents gathered at Sabetha’s Buzz Café on Saturday morning, April 9, for a legislative update with local legislators Senator Dennis Pyle (R-Hiawatha) and House Representative Randy…

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2016 Election: Local, state and national positions to appear on ballot

  The fact that 2016 is a Presidential Election year likely has not escaped anyone’s attention. However, the 2016 General Election will decide who will hold numerous local, state and…

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Kansas Supreme Court announces cases slated for HHS special session

  The Kansas Supreme Court has announced the two cases it will hear Tuesday, April 12, at Hiawatha High School, which is the next destination in the court’s ongoing outreach…

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Cobblestone Court

Americare hopes to donate former Cobblestone Court building, land locally With all residents of the now-closed Cobblestone Court Assisted Living facility transitioned to new homes, parent company Americare now is…

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Celebration to honor ‘Heroes of Donation’

  National Donate Life Month was established in 2003. Every day in April, people across the U.S. make a special effort to celebrate the tremendous generosity of those who have…

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Community Focus Feature Series: Floral Designs by Trish

In the wide-open countryside near Wetmore, a young Trish (Bates) Bailey spent many hours playing “wedding” and creating floral bouquets of wildflowers. Her flair for the arts carried throughout her…

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