Local & Area

A creepy-crawly walk

These skeleton children walk their spiders at the Rick and Lori Hubbard residence. Read More

Sabetha VFW named Chamber’s “Business of the Month’

The Sabetha VFW Post 7285 is nominated by E.K.'s Barbershop as the Sabetha Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month for October. Brick Street Furniture Co. + Wine Lounge was... Read More

Smithsonian traveling exhibition seeks six hosts

Submitted Humanities Kansas (HK) seeks six Kansas hosts for the 2023 Kansas tour of the Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition, “Voices and Votes: Democracy in America.” Nonprofit cultural organizations, museums, art…

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Survey launched to explore transportation funding

Submitted The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) launched a statewide survey to learn what Kansans think about how highways and bridges are funded. The survey is available on the project…

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First-ever alligator gar caught in Kansas

Submitted When a lure drops below the water’s surface, it’s not always known what might rise to meet it. On a warm night late last month, one angler fishing the…

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Plan ahead, be prepared for severe weather

Submitted by Jane Welch While April, May and June are generally known as “tornado season” in Kansas, that does not mean Kansans can relax now that fall is here and…

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Self-administered COVID-19 testing available to child care providers

Submitted The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) is partnering with Battelle, a leader in the field of science and technology, to provide rapid self-delivered COVID-19 testing to all…

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Evergy seeks wind energy

Submitted Evergy issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for wind energy to supply the needs of its customers. The RFP solicits bids for Evergy’s purchase of wind resources of up…

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Voters can now vote by advance ballot

Submitted by DeAnn Koch Nemaha County registered voters may now vote an advance Election ballot for the Tuesday, Nov. 2, City/School General Election either by mail or in person at…

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MCPL receives grant, promotes reading        for dyslexics and autistics

Submitted by Kim Priest The Mary Cotton Public Library (MCPL) is proud to announce the receipt of a 2021 Dollar General Literacy Grant to promote and encourage reading for enjoyment…

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Drug take-back day slated for October 23

Submitted by Abigail Crouse Local agencies are partnering with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 23, for National Prescription Drug Take Back…

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Dr. Whitten’s office is purchased by Dr. Betsy Tedman

Submitted Effective Friday, Oct. 1, the dental office of Dr. Terry Whitten was purchased by Dr. Betsy Tedman, an established Sabetha dentist of 31 years. Dr. Whitten will be retiring…

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Calling all ghosts, goblins and ghouls

Once again this year, the Sabetha Police Department and Sabetha Chamber of Commerce are teaming up to offer area families with a Spook-tacular Trick or Treat experience. The annual Sabetha…

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Grants are awarded to Kansas organizations

Submitted Humanities Kansas recently awarded $749,366 in SHARP Recovery Grants to 121 Kansas cultural organizations experiencing distress due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The SHARP Recovery Grants support Kansas cultural nonprofits…

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October is national pedestrian safety month

Submitted by Steve Hale Whether it’s walking in a neighborhood or to a store, at some point in the day, everyone is a pedestrian. That is why the Kansas Department…

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