Local & Area

Motorists should prepare vehicles now for winter driving

Submitted by Shawn Steward October is Car Care Month, and with overnight freezing temperatures and frost in the forecast in parts of Kansas during the next few days, now is…

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Fire officials say state’s wildfire suppression capabilities is inadequate

Submitted An audit of state agency responses to two recent wildfires in Kansas showed that the state’s wildfire suppression training and mitigation programs do not sufficiently prepare the state for…

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New KANSASWORKS app launches

Submitted To better assist job seekers with finding great employment in Kansas, the Kansas Department of Commerce and KANSASWORKS are pleased to introduce the new KANSASWORKS app, available today on…

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Falls City art competition accepting original artwork

Submitted by Lori Gottula The Richardson County Arts and Humanities Council has issued a call for entries for the 2018 regional art competition and exhibition. Selected works will hang in…

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Greater Sabetha Community Foundation 10.9.18

Submitted by Leslie Scoby The October meeting of the Board of Directors of the Greater Sabetha Community Foundation was held Tuesday, Oct. 9, at Buzz Café. President Bill Simpson called…

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October 8 tornadic storm leaves damage in Brown County

A strong tornadic storm on Monday, Oct. 8, is responsible for killing a family pet, as well as destroying a home and outbuilding. According to Brown County Undersheriff Randy Linck,…

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Local veteran posts conduct clothing drive

Sabetha Memorial Post 7285 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and American Legion posts Sabetha John L. Palmer Post 126 and Fairview-Morrill Post 322, are conducting a Veterans Day Clothing…

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Wilma Strahm achieves life long goal of reaching 100 years

One of Wilma Strahm’s goals in life was to turn 100 years old, and she achieved that milestone on Monday, Oct. 8, 2018. “She always said turning 100 years old…

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Chamber hosts ribbon cutting ceremony for Sweet Rosie’s

Sweet Rosie's celebrates its grand opening with a Sabetha Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting on Saturday, October 6, at Brick Street Furniture Co. + Wine Lounge in Sabetha. Pictured are... Read More

Five Generations Gather

Mavis Marti of Bern is honored for a gathering to meet her great-great-granddaughter. Pictured are FRONT (L-R) Mavis Marti holding great-great granddaughter Willa Jay Emert of Seattle, Washington; and great-granddaughter... Read More

Correction: Kansas Coaches Association Coach of the Year

In the Kansas Coaches Association Coach of the Year article published Oct. 3, 2018, it was not noted that Chris Strathman, head girls’ basketball coach at McPherson, also has a…

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City of Sabetha: Construction on Sixth Street is delayed

It has been almost a year since the Sabetha City Commission approved a walking trail and repairs to Sixth Street, but citizens will have to wait just a bit longer…

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October is Fire Prevention Month

Submitted by Jill Bronaugh Today’s home fires burn faster than ever. In a typical home fire, you may have as little as one or two minutes to escape safely from…

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Garber earns Black and Gold Ranger Tab

Submitted by Randy Garber Imagine that at only 5 years old, you already know one of your goals in life would be to become a United States Army Ranger. That…

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Sabetha sees increased sales tax distributions

Sabetha’s sales tax receipts are above last year’s earnings for September. This is according to the September County/City Local Sales Tax Distribution Report released by the Kansas Department of Revenue….

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