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Morrill council reviews delinquent utility accounts

The Morrill City Council met in regular session Monday, Jan. 20, with members Ryan Menold, Miles Ploeger and Robert Wahwasuck present. Mayor Leon Huning presided.  Superintendent Lee Wymer also was…

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K-State economist reviews USDA Crop Reports

U.S. farmers produced a record-high 13.9 billion bushels of corn last year, but demand from livestock and ethanol producers is helping support corn prices and may provide modest selling opportunities…

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Lindsay McNary pursues a dream of involvement in broadcasting

Sabetha High School alumna Lindsay McNary, now in her second year at Kansas State University, said she went to college thinking that television broadcasting would be a great way to…

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Police chief reports on assisting residents during snowstorm

The Sabetha City Commission met Monday, Feb. 10. Mayor Doug Clark opened the meeting at 6 p.m. with the Pledge of Allegiance. All commissioners were present. Sabetha Police Chief Robert…

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Herald Fever

As I am writing this, it’s Monday, and thankfully a school day has provided some much-needed respite from “Herald Fever.” Herald Fever (noun): an occurrence of extreme irritablity and restlessness…

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USDA funding can assist producers, landowners with conservation practices

Through the Cooperative Conservation Partnership Initiative (CCPI) the U.S. Department of Agriculture will provide $684,000 in financial assistance to Kansas landowners, farmers and ranchers who are interested in restoring shelterbelts,…

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How the most successful reinvent themselves (you can too)

Do you wish you were different? Better? More successful? Would you like to be thinner? Have better habits? And feel more positive about life? You may think that change is…

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Delaware River WRAPS stakeholder leadership meeting is February 13

I have recently taken over coordination of the Delaware River WRAPS program from Marlene Bosworth. I am learning a lot and am looking forward to working with all of you….

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Don’t believe these 5 myths [fitness]

You can’t believe everything that you hear when it comes to fitness. Not if you want to see results. There are 5 bogus rumors going around about strength training that…

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Wild Times: This well never runs dry!

It is nothing to brag about. In fact, if you were walking briskly, you might just amble on by it and never know it was there. If you lived in…

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Bramhall completes student teaching program in Sabetha

Patrick Bramhall, alumnus of Centralia High School, will graduate in the spring with a business administration degree from Peru State College. Before graduating, he has decided to complete his student…

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Morrill Volunteer Fire Department to hold pancake feed this weekend

The Morrill Volunteer Fire Department will be holding its annual Pancake Feed this Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 8-9, at the Morrill Community Center in downtown Morrill.  Hours are 5 to…

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Club co-reporters Anna and Nathan Knapp have winning Reporter Book

A 4-H Reporter’s Book from the Stateliners 4-H Club in Nemaha County, Meadowlark Extension District, has received a State Award for the 2012-13 4-H year. Anna and Nathan Knapp, co-reporters…

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USD No. 113 School Board to hear cost saving suggestions from site council, staff studies

The Prairie Hills USD No. 113 Board of Education is scheduled to meet in regular session at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, at the Sabetha Middle School auditorium. The board…

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United 4 Youth announces logo contest

A group which aims to reduce substance abuse and other destructive behaviors among Nemaha County youth is announcing a logo contest. United 4 Youth Countywide, Inc., is ready to revamp…

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