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Local women attend style show

Submitted by Anne Moser “Fall into Style” captured the Nemaha County Republican Women’s Style Show on Saturday, Sept. 18, at The Shoe Center in Seneca. Twenty-seven women enjoyed the afternoon…

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Kansas adopts CDC’s Pfizer booster shot recommendation

Submitted Governor Laura Kelly announced Friday, Sept. 24, Kansas will adopt the CDC’s Booster Recommendations and has authorized all COVID-19 vaccine providers to begin administering Pfizer booster shots to all…

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FDA takes steps aimed at improving quality, safety, efficacy of sunscreens

Submitted On Friday, Sept. 24, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration took steps aimed at improving the quality, safety and efficacy of sunscreens as part of its implementation of new…

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Juniper & Thyme Farm

“Planting a seed and watching it develop into a beautiful flower gives me a sense of accomplishment,” said Tammy Studer, owner and operator of Juniper & Thyme Farm, located at…

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Voter registration deadline approaches

Another election is fast approaching, with this election deciding numerous municipal and school board offices in the area. The General Election will take place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m….

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

Submitted by Ann Smith Reavis-Ashley Chapter D.A.R. met at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 11, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Falls City, Neb. Ten members and one on zoom attended,…

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Club News: Berwick Home Benefit Unit

Submitted by Roma McCorkle Reporter The Berwick Home Benefit Unit met Monday, Sept. 13, at the home of Roma McCorkle for lunch and meeting with Diane Hanzlicik as co-hostess. President…

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UPDATE: Statewide Silver Alert canceled for missing Ozawkie man

Submitted UPDATE: The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office reported to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) that Kenneth Klenklen, 59, of Ozawkie, the subject of a Statewide Silver Alert, was discovered…

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Ag Partners donate to “Give to Grow”

Ag Partners has added to the matching dollars for Give to Grow 2022 with a donation of $5,000. Pictured are (L-R) Wes Spohr, Ag Partners President and CEO; Leslie Scoby,... Read More

Ray Thieme is sent off for Honor Flight with parade

These kids attend the small parade held Tuesday, September 14, to send Raymond Thieme off on his journey to Washington D.C. for his Kansas Honor Flight trip. The American Legion... Read More

UPDATE: Statewide Silver Alert canceled for missing Ozawkie man

Submitted UPDATE: The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office reported to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) that Kenneth Klenklen, 59, of Ozawkie, the subject of a Statewide Silver Alert, was discovered…

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KDHE promotes Community Health Perceptions Survey

Submitted The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) and the Healthy Kansans 2030 Steering Committee are promoting a 10-minute Community Health Perceptions Survey to better understand the most serious…

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KDWP Law Enforcement Division awarded Anti-Poaching Grant

Submitted Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) announced that its Law Enforcement Division has been awarded a $10,000 grant from International Wildlife Crimestoppers (IWC) toward the purchase and outfitting…

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U.S. Task Force lowers diabetes screening age

Submitted by Matthew Lara As diabetes prevalence in the U.S. surges among children and adults, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has lowered its recommended screening age for overweight adults from…

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Grants available for organizations to support COVID-19 vaccination efforts

Submitted To reaffirm her administration’s support for local organizations engaged in efforts to increase COVID-19 vaccinations, Governor Laura Kelly announced Thursday, Sept. 16, the launch of the Pandemic Assistance and…

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