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Community members enjoy gala

 

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GSCF is named January ‘Business of the Month’

 

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Governor proclaims January as Kansas Radon Action month

Submitted Governor Laura Kelly proclaimed January as Radon Action month in Kansas. Through a partnership with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), Kansans are urged to protect their…

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‘Axing Your Taxes’ plan helps low-income Kansans

Submitted Governor Laura Kelly traveled to the Hillcrest Transitional Housing Clothing Bank in Lenexa to share how her “Axing Your Taxes” plan impacts low-income families. That plan includes a push…

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Eagle Scout Project: Spencer Lourance builds retired flag drop box

According to senior Spencer Lourance, he has been in the scouts “a lot of years.” He began Cub Scouts in first grade, so he’s been active with the scouts for…

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Flag Etiquette: VFW is pleased with new flag drop box

Sabetha VFW Post Commander Marcus Gonzalez said that one of the VFW’s strongest and longest relationships is with the Boy Scouts of America, and as a group, they enjoy supporting…

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Business of the Year: Wenger Manufacturing, Marel announce philanthropic gift

Wenger Manufacturing was honored at the Greater Sabetha Community Foundation Celebration Gala as the Sabetha Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year on Saturday, Jan. 14. At the Greater Sabetha…

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Greater Sabetha Community Foundation

Submitted by Leslie Scoby The Greater Sabetha Community Foundation (GSCF) met on Tuesday, Jan. 10, at the Buzz Café. Present at the meeting were Bill Simpson, Von Lauer, Amber Bletscher,…

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Nemaha County Democrats: Monthly meeting slated for January 21

Submitted by JoLene Bloom Beginning at 10 a.m., the Nemaha County Democrats will meet on Saturday, Jan. 21, at the east annex of the public library at Sixth and Main…

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December grain, hay stocks reported

Submitted Kansas corn stocks in all positions on Dec. 1 totaled 367 million bushels, down 25 percent from 2021, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Of the total,…

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KanDrive, 511 see increase in usage

The Kansas Department of Transportation’s website, www.Kandrive.org, has been relied on for years to provide current highway condition information across the state. Now, the number of people taking advantage of…

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$7.6 million recovered for Kansas policyholders

Insurance Commissioner Vicki Schmidt announced the Kansas Insurance Department recovered more than $7.6 million for Kansans in 2022, the largest single-year recovery in Department history. The Department’s Consumer Assistance division…

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An update from Sabetha Community Hospital

Happy New Year! On behalf of everyone at Sabetha Community Hospital, we hope that you have a happy and healthy New Year.  We ended 2022 with the retirement of Dr….

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Blood drive to be held January 31

Celebrate National Blood Donor Month by rolling up your sleeves again and donating during Sabetha’s next blood drive. The drive – organized by Community Blood Center (CBC) – is scheduled…

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Influenza activity declining locally

Seasonal influenza activity continues in the U.S. but is declining in most areas. In Kansas, activity levels are low in comparison to what other states are seeing. This information comes…

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