Local & Area

Kansas ‘stay at home’ order issued

On Saturday, March 28, Governor Laura Kelly signed Executive Order No. 20-16, which directs Kansans to  “stay at home” unless performing an essential activity. This order came after the the…

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Dan Korber participates in LEAD’s trip

Nemaha County Farm Bureau President Dan Korber, left, joined more than 100 Farm Bureau members of Kansas during Kansas Farm Bureau’s Leaders Engaged and Acting in DC (LEAD’s) trip. The... Read More

Local women attend “Day at the Dome” event

Submitted by Anne Moser Five members of the Nemaha County Republican Women – Kay Garber, Margie Shinn, vice president Linda Engelken, secretary Kay Frey and president Anne Moser – attended…

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April Community Calendar


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Brown County Sheriff warns of recent scams

Submitted by John Merchant, Brown County Sheriff Brown County Sheriff John Merchant reports two recent scams circulating the local area. “Well folks, along with everything else we have facing us,…

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Work continues on Sixth Street project

              Travel on Sixth Street continues to be broken up as construction continues on the repavement project, which began more than a year ago….

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New fund created through Greater Sabetha Community Foundation

The Greater Sabetha Community Foundation has created the 2020 COVID-19 Recovery Fund to help local patrons who have the greatest need during the COVID-19 pandemic. In response to the COVID-19…

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ATV Safety

Submitted by Loretta Sorensen It may appear to be like a toy, but the power found in all terrain vehicles (ATV) can quickly turn deadly when they are misused. In…

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Cost Share Program deadline postponed

Submitted by Kim Stich The deadline to submit project applications for the second round of the Kansas Department of Transportation’s Cost Share Program has been postponed to May 18. “Given…

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Voluntary reduction in burning recommended

Submitted by Kristi Zears In response to the COVID-19 pandemic currently impacting all states, including Kansas, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and the Kansas Department of Agriculture strongly…

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Accessing the 2020 Census

Submitted by Kansas Counts The once-a-decade decennial Census is around the corner, formally beginning in early March 2020. The census aims to count every person in the U.S. on April…

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Emergency Assistance Program offered

Submitted by John Merchant, Brown County Sheriff The Brown County Sheriff’s Office is joining other sheriffs across Kansas to provide needed services to our county residents during this difficult time….

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COVID-19: State action, Governor’s Orders continue to roll out

Updated as of 1 p.m. Tuesday, March 31 Kansas Governor Laura Kelly issued a State of Disaster Emergency Proclamation on March 12, 2020. This proclamation applies to all 105 counties…

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COVID-19: Information about local Supply Stores, Restaurants, Businesses, Churches

SUPPLY STORES Local stores are experiencing an overwhelming demand for supplies, such as toiletries and food. The following is an update of any changes being implemented at these stores, or…

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COVID-19: Local school districts works on learning plan, offers free meals for children; spring sports canceled

Late Tuesday afternoon, March 17, Kansas Governor Laura Kelly issued an executive order to — essentially — close all K-12 school buildings or facilities used for student instruction and to…

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