Local & Area

Glad tidings they sing

These Prairie Meadows students sing Christmas songs during the SBS and United Bank and Trust Holiday Open House on Friday, December 3. Read More

Berwick Coop is named Chamber’s ‘Business of the Month’

Berwick Coop is nominated by Keni's Nutrition as the Sabetha Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month for December. Brick Street Furniture Co. + Wine Lounge was the 2020 Business... Read More

Celebrating 100 years

Eunice Osburn celebrates 100 years on Wednesday, December 15. Eunice Aline (Allen) Osburn of Thurston, Neb., now living in Sabetha, will turn 100 years old on Wednesday, Dec. 15. She…

Read More

Building permit approved for travel plaza in Fairview

A building permit for a travel plaza had been approved by the Fairview City Council. This decision came after a lengthy discussion on Thursday, Dec. 2, involving the Fairview City…

Read More

Seeking Private Sector representative

Submitted NEK-CAP, Inc., Multi-County Board of Directors has an open seat for a Private Sector representative. Private Sector representatives are selected from a broad array of community interests, including private…

Read More

Nine million dollars available to qualifying households

Submitted Kansas households adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic may benefit from a new program to help restore or prevent disconnection of drinking water and wastewater services. The Kansas Department…

Read More

Anonymous donor gives $100,000

Submitted The Nemaha County STEP Foundation is excited to announce two new funds provided by an anonymous donor. Thanks to the generosity of this donor, $50,000 will begin the Barbara…

Read More

Local blood supply drops to emergency levels

Submitted Community Blood Center (CBC) announced a blood emergency, Monday, Dec. 6, in Kansas, due in large part to the looming holiday season and continued fears surrounding COVID-19 variant. Currently,…

Read More

Sabetha sees decrease in sales tax distributions

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

Read More

Club News: Reavis-Ashley Chapter D.A.R.

Submitted by Ann Smith Reavis-Ashley Chapter D.A.R. met for an 11 a.m. luncheon on Saturday, Nov. 13, at the home of Ruth Wells in Beatrice, Neb., with Anne Moser as…

Read More

Give to Grow Day raises $355,600 for local charities

Submitted by Leslie Scoby The sixth Give to Grow challenge resulted in 709 gifts totaling $250,609. On top of this total is a match of $105,000 that will be added…

Read More

Photo From Yesteryear: Employees write over 7,300 checks a month

 

Read More

Daddy’s Girl Smoked Meats and Catering opens in Goff

What began as a dream between father — the “Grill Master” – and daughter — the “Smoke Master” – has become a reality.  Deb Tudor and her dad, a truck…

Read More

Club News: Brown County Genealogical Society

Submitted by Marla Hathhorn Secretary The Sunday, Nov. 21, Brown County Genealogical Society meeting was opened by Vice President Ray Thieme, with seven members present.  Secretary Marla Hathhorn read the…

Read More

Supreme Court reappoints chief judges

Submitted The Kansas Supreme Court has reappointed 27 chief judges in Kansas. Their terms are effective Jan. 1, 2022, to Dec. 31, 2023. Each of Kansas’ 31 judicial districts has…

Read More

Page 1 of 38

Login

Welcome! Login in to your account

Remember me Lost your password?

Lost Password