Local & Area

Sabetha draws increased sales tax receipts

Sabetha’s retail economy is strengthening, according to the most recent County/City Local Sales Tax Distribution Report released by the Kansas Department of Revenue. So far in Fiscal Year 2017 —…

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Wednesday night snow blankets area

This windmill stands on this hillside south of Sabetha surrounded by snow, which fell Wednesday evening, January 4. Freshly fallen snow blankets this field north of Sabetha on Thursday, January... Read More

Sabetha/Fidelity, Hiawatha Knights of Columbus councils erect pro-life signs

The Sabetha/Fidelity Knights of Columbus partners with the Hiawatha Knights of Columbus to put up pro-life signs on U.S. Highway 36 between Fairview and Hiawatha. Fundraising and work efforts were... Read More

First baby of 2017 is welcomed at SCH

Emery Joy Kaeb, the daughter of Duane and Amanda Kaeb of Sabetha, is the first baby to be born at the Sabetha Community Hospital in 2017. Big sister Ivy, 1-1/2,... Read More

Kansans encouraged to ‘Call-a-Lawyer’

Submitted by Meg Wickham The Kansas Bar Association and the Topeka Bar Association are teaming up to launch a new public service — Call-a-Lawyer — designed to help persons in…

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GSCF Community Celebration Gala to be held

Submitted by Leslie Scoby, GSCF Board Vice President At 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14, the Greater Sabetha Community Foundation will sponsor a community celebration at The Main Event, 16 Main…

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Toll-free legislative hotline now available

Submitted by Cindy Roupe, Director of Reference Kansas residents can access information on legislation, legislative procedure, state government, public policy issues and more by calling 1-800-432-3924. Lines are open weekdays…

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Board Leadership Series is planned

Submitted by Melanie Bestwick K-State Research and Extension is conducting a series of Board Leadership workshops across the state on Feb. 21, 23, 28 and March 2. Designed to provide…

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Club News: Reavis-Ashley DAR

Submitted by Ann Smith Reavis-Ashley chapter DAR met at Anne Moser’s home for an 11 a.m. Christmas dinner. Members present were Regent Leota Uhri, Anne Moser, Beverly Droge, Lola Droge,…

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BCGS: Abraham Lincoln program to be offered

Submitted by Greg Newlin Join us for an interesting and thought provoking evening, when Doniphan Countian Paul Rohde presents the program, “The Assassination and Funeral of Abraham Lincoln” The program…

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2016 Year in Review: Part Two

On the Cover New Policy: On July 1, 2016, the Sabetha Family Practice implemented a zero tolerance immunization policy. Under the new policy, to continue receiving outpatient care at the…

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Hospital Guild presents donation to SCH

Sabetha Hospital Guild President Debby Thompson, left, presents a check for $1,900 to Sabetha Community Hospital CEO Lora Key, right. The hospital guild purchased a tonometer for the Emergency Room... Read More

SFD honors retiring Pease

James Pease, left, who retired from the Sabetha Fire Department in October 2016 after 22 years of service, received his retirement clock from Sabetha Fire Chief Jim Johnson, right, at... Read More

Runners ring in the new year for the 40th time

Under clear skies, no wind and a moderate 27 degree temperature, 63 people of all ages show up at the United Bank and Trust sign for Linda Baumgartner's cinnamon rolls.... Read More

Sabetha medical facilities to go live with new electronic records system

Submitted by Jianna Zahner As part of our commitment to provide the highest quality of care possible to Sabetha and the surrounding communities, Sabetha Community Hospital and Sabetha Family Practice…

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