Local & Area

Click It or Ticket campaign: buckle up or pay the costs

Submitted Don’t move if that chime continues after you start the vehicle. Wait for all those seat belts to be fastened. If you and your passengers aren’t buckled, you aren’t…

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Hearthside named ‘Business of the Month’

Hearthside Country Store is nominated by Classic Woodworks Co. as the Sabetha Chamber of Commerce "Business of the Month" for May. Other businesses nominated this year were Sycamore Springs Whitetail... Read More

Ed Garber Sr. celebrates 100th birthday

Edward Garber Sr. celebrates his 100th birthday with friends and family at the VFW on Sunday, May 15. Edward Garber Sr. is pictured here in his army uniform. Edward Garber... Read More

Filing deadline is approaching

The filing deadline is fast approaching for the 2022 Election. Candidates for Nemaha and Brown county positions have until noon on Friday, June 1, to file for any of the…

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Blood moon dazzles the sky

A total lunar eclipse gave local sky watchers quite the show late Sunday, May 15, and early Monday, May 16. During the peak of the event, the moon glowed red,…

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Highway 75 project set to begin

Submitted by Kate Craft An intersection improvement and resurfacing project on U.S. Highway 75 in Sabetha was set to begin Tuesday, May 17. The two-mile project extends from just south…

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New law strengthens Kansas election security

Submitted Secretary of State Scott Schwab commended the signing of election security legislation that he proposed earlier this year. The bill is one of the most significant election reform measures…

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KDWP Commission to hold special meeting

Submitted The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission (KDWP) will host a special meeting on Friday, May 27, via ZOOM for the sole purpose of introducing two items related to recently-passed…

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Kansans dispose of more than 3.5 tons of unused medicines

Submitted On Wednesday, May 11, Kansans safely disposed of more than 3.5 tons of unused and unwanted medicines during last month’s National Drug Take-Back Day, said Kansas Attorney General Derek…

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Governor signs bill expanding computer science education

Submitted Governor Laura Kelly signed bipartisan House Bill 2466 to promote computer science education in Kansas schools and provide additional funding for current and aspiring teachers to receive training in…

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Governor signs bill paying off more than $1 billion of KPERS debts

Submitted Governor Laura Kelly signed bipartisan legislation, Senate Bill 421, that transfers more than $1 billion from the State General Fund to the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS). Senate…

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Governor Kelly legalizes sports wagering in Kansas

Submitted Governor Laura Kelly signed bipartisan legislation, Senate Bill 84, allowing Kansans to legally participate in sports wagering in the state. SB 84 also allows state casinos to use digital…

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Governor fully funds K-12 education for fourth consecutive year

Submitted Governor Laura Kelly announced she has signed House Bill 2567, which fully funds K-12 education for the fourth consecutive year and guarantees funding through the 2024 fiscal year. Signing…

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Governor signs ‘Axe the Food Tax’ Bill

Submitted On Wednesday, May 11, Governor Laura Kelly signed bipartisan legislation, House Bill 2106, that will “Axe the Food Tax,” eliminating the state sales tax on groceries. Cutting the food…

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Greater Sabetha Community Foundation

On Tuesday, May 10, the Greater Sabetha Community Foundation (GSCF) met with 12 board members and three guests present. Bill Simpson opened the meeting with a prayer and a welcome…

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