School and Youth

Sabetha teen is accepted into Duke Youth Academy

Submitted Ainsley Smith of Sabetha has been accepted into the 2019 class of the Duke Youth Academy. Smith will join rising high school juniors and seniors from across the nation…

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Youth suicide prevention task force issues recommendations

A task force appointed to survey efforts in Kansas to prevent youth suicide and to recommend steps to improve the state’s response has issued its report. Among the recommendations of…

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Exchange student expresses gratitude for experience

Submitted by Sherzod Isaev My name is Sherzod Isaev. I am an exchange student from Tajikistan, placed in Sabetha, Kan. It’s been almost six of the amazing, life changing and…

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PTO awards funds to Sabetha teachers through Classroom Enhancement Program

Submitted by Sabetha PTO A program implemented during the 2017-18 school year by Sabetha PTO has made it possible to grant eight more funding requests from Sabetha teachers. Through the…

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Area youth encourages applying for Youth Educational Summit

Submitted by Nathan Knapp Touring the United States Capitol building, having a blast at the NRA shooting range, touring George Washington’s Mount Vernon and getting to see the 8th and…

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Post Secondary Honors: Wichita State University

Wichita State University has announced the names of more than 3,000 students who were on the WSU dean’s honor roll for fall 2018. To be included on the dean’s honor…

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Wetmore Academic Center crowns winter royalty

Wetmore Academic Center crowns Curtis Bloom and Lauryn Scott as the 2019 King and Queen of Courts. Pictured are FRONT ROW (L-R) Crown Bearers Glen Strathman and Molly Motto; BACK... Read More

SMS band performs with SHS Pep Band

The Sabetha Middle School eighth grade band joins the Sabetha High School pep band during the basketball games on Friday, January 25. Read More

Jesse Burger, Shayna Strahm are crowned King, Queen of Hearts

Sabetha High School seniors Jesse Burger and Shayna Strahm are announced as the 2019 King and Queen of Hearts during half-time of the boys’ basketball game versus Silver Lake on... Read More

4-H Club News: Woodlawn Meadowlarks

Submitted by Gwendolyn Walker Before the January meeting for the Woodlawn Meadowlarks 4-H Club, several members in the Foods Project met at the Sabetha Country Mart. Store Manager Dan Wenger…

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Nemaha County Spelling Bee: ‘Diagnosis’ for the win

It was a battle of the best spellers in the county on Saturday, Jan. 26, with the annual Nemaha County Spelling Bee. After seven rounds, Ryan Uphaus, a seventh-grade student…

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Post Secondary Honors: Culver-Stockton College

Dakota McQueen, a biological chemistry major from Wetmore, was named to the Culver-Stockton College Dean’s List for academic achievement during the fall 2018 semester. To be named to the Dean’s…

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SES accepts applications for preschool enrollment

Submitted Sabetha Elementary School is now accepting applications for the State Pre-Kindergarten Preschool. For the State Pre-K Preschool with teacher Holly Meyer, a child must be 4 years old by…

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USD 113 schools to implement ‘Breakfast After the Bell’

Three of Prairie Hills USD No. 113 schools have received more than $10,000 from the Kansas Department of Education (KSDE) Innovative Breakfast Delivery grant. The schools and their grant money…

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Cultivate farm youth safety

Submitted by Ellen Duysen, Central States Center for Agricultural Safety and Health When youth begin working in the most dangerous industry in the nation – agriculture – they are at high…

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