Local & Area

Local enforcement agencies to collect unused medications

Law enforcement officers at locations across the state will be collecting unused leftover medications for safe disposal on Saturday, Oct. 28. But in Nemaha and Brown counties, this Takeback Day…

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Organization News: Sabetha Chamber of Commerce

Submitted by Gina Murchison, Director The meeting was called to order by the Chamber’s president Jennifer Huber. Others present were Cindy Alderfer, Marlene Bosworth, Brendon Garrett, Carol Henninger, Julie Burenheide,…

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Free program about underground railroad offered in Holton

Submitted The Jackson County Historical and Genealogical Society will host “Lawbreakers for the Common Good,” a multi-media presentation and discussion led by Anne Hawkins at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26,…

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Nemaha County Farm Bureau donates to Sabetha Food Pantry

Nemaha County Farm Bureau donated food to the food pantries in Seneca and Sabetha last week. Anna Baker, Nemaha County Farm Bureau Woman’s Chairman, presents groceries to Ken Lehman at... Read More

Fundraiser deemed success

Submitted by Tasha Schurter Caring Neighbors Cancer Fund The 10th Annual Sabetha Goes Pink Run/Walk, held on Saturday, Sept. 30, was again a success. Many participated in this year’s walk…

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Nemaha County Democrats to begin budget discussions

Submitted by JoLene Bloom The Nemaha County Democrats will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 21, at the Seneca City Library. The agenda will include officer, as well as committee…

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‘Evening at the Museum’ presents buffalo soldier Louis Cruse

Submitted by Greg Newlin In a press release printed in many papers last May, I stated that the opportunity for many of us interested in listening and speaking to those…

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Kansas Department of Transportation awards $18 million in alternative projects

Submitted by Brianna Landon The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) has selected 34 projects for inclusion in its Transportation Alternatives (TA) program for Federal Fiscal Years 2018 and 2019. Eligible…

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New exhibit now open at Nemaha County Historical Society

Recent donations from the Tom Graney family to the Nemaha County Historical Society, Inc. has created a new Barber-Beauty Shop Exhibit in Annex Two of the Historical Museum, 113 North... Read More

CAPS Day at the Park

Dogs and their owners took part in the Community Animal Protection Society (CAPS) "Day at the Park" event held Saturday; September 16. CAPS has had annual fall 5K in the... Read More

KU, Ardent Health take steps to complete St. Francis purchase

The University of Kansas Health System and Ardent Health Services have signed an asset purchase agreement to acquire St. Francis Health. The hospital will be renamed The University of Kansas…

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Voter registration deadline approaches

Another election is fast approaching, with this election deciding numerous municipal and school board offices in the area. The General Election will take place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m….

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Erik Hertzel joins Saylor Insurance

Submitted by Amy Mitchell Saylor Insurance is excited to announce the addition of Erik Hertzel to their team. Hertzel brings 15 years of experience with business strategy, problem solving, systems…

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Medicare Basics Workshop is offered

Submitted by Kevin Kneisley Do you have questions about Medicare? Discover answers to your questions at the free upcoming Medicare Basics Workshop. The workshop will be held from 6:30 to…

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Sabetha Kiwanis Club

Submitted by Doug Clark The Sabetha Kiwanis Club met at noon Thursday, Oct. 5. New members and officers were inducted. A program was presented by Sabetha High School senior Samantha…

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