Local & Area

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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Nemaha County Republical Women names ‘Favorite Teacher’ finalists

Nemaha County Republican Women has announced the Nemaha County finalists in the Kansas Federation of Republican Women’s “2013 My Favorite Teacher Contest.” The Nemaha County finalists also were selected as…

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PorkBridge distance education series kicks off in February

The distance education series, PorkBridge 2014 begins Feb. 6, with several sessions planned throughout the year. This year’s program lineup includes topics such as optimizing feed efficiency, disease prevention and…

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#socialmedia #thesabethaheraldhasit

“You should tweet that,” and “Ooh, let’s post that on Instagram,” have been phrases heard around The Sabetha Herald office recently. #Whatisallthisabout Wait, did I just put a pound sign…

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Roundup Ready patent, starting trees right

Roundup Ready 1 Patent Expiration There are a number of questions surrounding the expiration of Monsanto’s original Roundup Ready soybean trait in 2014 (and the last applicable third-party patent in early…

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Giving trees a good start and testing soil are important

Start Trees Off Right Research from K-State’s John C. Pair Horticultural Center has quantified the effect of controlling grasses around newly planted trees. Jason Griffin, William Reid and Dale Bremer…

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February calving schools planned for Seneca and Nortonville

There´s still some room in our calving schools. They will be on Feb. 4 at the Community Building in Seneca, and Feb. 5 at the Knights of Columbus hall in…

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