Local & Area

UNMC: Overwhelm the pests – not your lungs

Submitted by Loretta Sorensen Spills and splashes of pesticide during application preparation or during cleanup of spraying equipment may seem insignificant. However, because farmers are routinely exposed to higher levels…

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KDWPT: Habitat First offers assistance to landowners to enhance wildlife habitat

Submitted Habitat First is a program developed by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism’s (KDWPT) Wildlife Division for private landowners interested in developing or enhancing wildlife habitat on…

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KDWPT: iWIHA program available

Submitted by Tim Urban One of the top priorities of the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) is to provide access for hunting opportunities in urban areas, and…

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HCH OB department named Center for Excellence in Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

Submitted Hiawatha Community Hospital is proud to announce the OB department has been named a Center of Excellence in Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) education and training by the Vermont Oxford…

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KDHE: Watch advisory is placed on Brown County lake

Submitted The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), in conjunction with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, has issued its list of public health advisories for Kansas…

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Celebrate America

It’s America’s 244th birthday — Independence Day. Fireworks, and baseball will highlight the celebrations in the area. Within Sabetha city limits, fireworks are allowed from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m….

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Hunt for bargains

Sabetha’s Citywide Garage Sales are set for this weekend — Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 25-27. This event provides residents an excellent opportunity to clear out functional items they no…

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Health officials: ‘continue to be cautious’

Three new cases of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, have been confirmed in Nemaha and Brown Counties in the past week. This information is updated as of Monday, June 22, by…

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Save your breath: use respirators

Submitted by Loretta Sorensen Since lungs transport oxygen to the bloodstream, no human can live without them. On the farm, protecting lungs from risks such as chemicals and dust is…

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Opioid addiction: there is help

Submitted by Loretta Sorensen In rural areas like Nebraska, where manual labor dominates the work scene on farming operations, the rate of physical injury is often higher. That means the…

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Electricity: understand its hazards

University of Nebraska Medical Center Electricity: understand its hazards Submitted by Loretta Sorensen Electricity is a powerful tool when that energy is properly applied. However, serious electrical hazards can occur…

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Many attend local ‘Black Lives Matter’ Rally

Norea Menold welcomes those present to the Black Lives Matter Rally, which was held at Sabetha’s Library Park on Thursday, June 18. Approximately 150 people were present for the rally.... Read More

Ron Hartter retires

Sabetha Community Hospital celebrates Ron Hartter’s retirement on Friday, June 12. Ron worked at Sabetha Community Hospital in the Maintenance Department for 37 years. Read More

Natalie Frye will join Sabetha Family Practice

Sabetha Community Hospital is pleased to announce Dr. Natalie Frye, MD, will join Doctors Kevin Kennally, Gregg Wenger, James Longabaugh, Christian Tramp, and Rachel Kennally Allen, and Beth Kroll, APRN-BC,... Read More

Celebrating Flag Day

Beckett Keim, son of Austin and Kelli Keim, admires the American flag after it was placed in his front yard during Flag Day. The Sabetha Kiwanis Club placed the flags... Read More

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