Local & Area

Public Square Rosary Crusade is Saturday

Submitted by Marcia Huber And the sun danced! Oct. 13 is the 100th anniversary of the Miracle at Fatima, Portugal – the day the sun danced on Oct. 13, 1917….

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October is Fire Prevention Month in Kansas

Submitted by Jill P. Bronaugh, Office of the State Fire Marshal You and your family are fast asleep when the smoke alarm sounds. Do you know what to do? Governor…

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Local sales tax receipts drop

Sabetha’s sales tax receipts are below last year’s earnings. This is according to the September County/City Local Sales Tax Distribution Report released by the Kansas Department of Revenue. The state…

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October is Car Care Month

October is Car Care Month, and AAA Kansas is advising drivers to prepare their vehicle before Old Man Winter is knocking on the door. Vehicle maintenance is key, and there…

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Brown County Genealogical Society Program slated for October 19

Submitted by Greg Newlin Born in 1912 at Hiawatha, well known wildlife artist and illustrator Bernard Martin and his equally famous brother Bill — who was born in 1916 and…

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Thrivent Financial celebrates new location with open house, ribbon cutting ceremony

Members of the Sabetha Chamber of Commerce host a ribbon cutting for Thrivent Financial at its new location at 920 Main Street, on Thursday, September 28. Pictured are (L-R) Chamber... Read More

Crews complete wastewater improvements

Correcting problems with the city’s inflow and infiltration of groundwater and rainwater was the main goal of improvements made to Sabetha’s wastewater collection system. Assistant City Administrator Bill Shroyer said…

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Car catches fire

Herald Report No one is hurt after a car caught on fire this past week. At approximately 1:25 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29, the Sabetha Fire Department – seven firefighters and…

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Nathan Knapp to present observations from visit to Papua at VFW

High School sophomore Nathan Knapp, will be presenting to Sabetha VFW on a recent trip he took with his father and sister to Papua, Indonesia, deep in the jungle. Knapp…

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Deer in your headlights?

Fall is officially here, and AAA Kansas is warning drivers to be more cautious on the roads. Deer mating season is right around the corner, and October, November and December…

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Brown County Genealogical Society

Submitted by Penny Milroy Acting Secretary The Sept. 21 Brown County Genealogical Society meeting was opened by President Charles Carr, with 17 members and guests present. Treasurer’s report was read…

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Every drop counts

Seventy units of blood were collected at the Sabetha Community Blood Drive held Tuesday, Sept. 26. First-time donor was Beverly A. Ruddick. Double red donors included Ronnie J. Edelman, Timmy…

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Corn, soybean harvests underway

Last year, higher than average corn and soybean yields across the state made storage a problem, with overflowing grain bins and elevators. Though harvest has just begun this year, it…

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Individual Plans of Study encourage students to think, plan for future

School staff are encouraging students to explore. Beginning with an exploration of themselves, in which students become more aware of their interests, skills and values, and leading to an exploration…

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Brittany Springman joins SPD

You might see a new face around town since the Sabetha Police Department has welcomed a new officer onto the force. Officer Brittany Springman recently moved from South Dakota to…

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