Local & Area

All things ‘Rusty’

Brandi and Ronnie Edelman enjoy transforming antique items into something new. They are the creators behind The Rusty Dog Crafts and Collectibles. A beloved chocolate Labrador Retriever running down Main…

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Christmas Tails

A mama and her nine puppies are among the approximately 30 pets awaiting adoption at the Brown County Humane Society in Hiawatha. Mama Naomi is a treeing walker coonhound who…

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Sabetha Christian Women 12.12.17

Submitted by Alice Zahner The Sabetha Christian Women met at Buzz Café on Tuesday, Dec. 12, for a 9 a.m. brunch. Alice Zahner opened the meeting and Diane Hicks read…

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Knights presents donation to NCTC

Local Knights of Columbus representative Greg Fletchall presents an $866 donation to Susan Futscher with the Nemaha County Training Center. The Knights raised money for NCTC through its annual Tootsie... Read More

GOVERNING BODY: Morrill City Council

Submitted by Linda Hill City Clerk The Morrill City Council met in regular session Monday, Dec. 4, with members Todd Gruber, Miles Ploeger, Dan Halstead, Mary Meyer and Robert Wahwasuck…

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Picking the right product is key to melting ice from sidewalks, driveways

Submitted by Pat Melgares When it comes to de-icing sidewalks and driveways after a winter storm, not all salts are created equal. Most of the popular de-icing products sold in…

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Bern blood drive is January 17

Submitted by Susan Zingler Healthy individuals are needed every day to maintain an adequate blood supply for patients in need. There will be a blood drive held from noon to…

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Making Spirits Brighter

  Caleb and Emily Otto share their love of Christmas with synchronized light and music display at their home in Sabetha. A family decorating their house and fence line with…

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Light Up Sabetha winners are announced

With the Christmas holiday approaching, Sabetha residents can enjoy driving around looking at the many houses decorated with Christmas lights this week. Some houses to be sure to look at…

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US-75: Dangerous intersections, dangerous road

The results have been released from a Kansas Department of Transportation traffic study completed at the intersection of U.S. 75 and Kansas Highway 246 and 192nd Road, often referred to…

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Rainbow Communications shows appreciation for local fire department

Submitted by Stacy Simmer Rainbow Communications Rainbow Communications visited the Sabetha Fire Department on Tuesday, Dec. 5, and delivered pizza and pop for them to enjoy. While at the Sabetha…

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Pay special care to pets during holidays

All the things that so many of us look forward to during the holidays — parties, gatherings, traveling, shopping — can be a source of stress for some of our…

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Kansas Humanities Council collects oral histories of Vietnam veterans

The Kansas Humanities Council (KHC) recently partnered with 12 Kansas organizations for a statewide oral history project that will collect the personal stories of Vietnam veterans. Collected oral histories and…

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Reavis-Ashley Chapter D.A.R.

Submitted by Ann Smith Club Reporter Reavis-Ashley Chapter D.A.R. met Friday, Dec. 8, at the hostess Anne Moser’s home for luncheon and meeting at 11 a.m. Eight members and one…

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Tree City USA program brings benefits to city

Submitted by Roger Young This year’s Sabetha Tree Giveaway was small in scale but it provides big in benefits. Though only three trees were given away — a substantial decrease…

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