Local & Area

Kansas proclaims March 15 as ‘Kansas American Legion Day’

Submitted The Governor of Kansas has declared March 15 as “Kansas American Legion Day.” As she presented the proclamation, Governor Laura Kelly praised the 104-year-old veterans service organization, the largest…

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The results are in

The Nemaha County county-wide survey results are in and the Nemaha County Planning Commission (NCPC) is close to finalizing a draft comprehensive plan to present to the Nemaha County Commissioners….

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Local resident owns crafting business

                    Since 2018, Sabetha resident Carrie Herrmann has owned a small crafting business out of her home called Pony Creek Crafts….

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Walk Kansas: Challenge focuses on physical activity, healthy eating

Submitted by Cindy Williams Walk Kansas is a team-based health initiative program which will inspire you to lead a healthier life by being more active and making better nutrition choices….

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Democrats to meet Saturday, March 18

Submitted by JoLene Bloom At 10 a.m. at the Seneca Public Library’s east annex, the Nemaha County Democrats will meet for their March 18 meeting. The agenda will largely involve…

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Kanza Mental Health & Guidance Center Event deemed a success

Submitted by Jackie Feathers Kanza Mental Health and Guidance Center, Inc. recently hosted two continuing education events for behavioral health providers, medical professionals, and social workers in the Sabetha community…

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Nemaha County Association of Retired School Personnel

Submitted by Lyla Edelman The Nemaha County Association of Retired School Personnel met for the first meeting in 2023 at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 7, at Buzz Café, with 11…

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Martha MacKay selected as Kansas Master Teacher

Martha (McMurphy) MacKay — daughter of John and Cheryl McMurphy of Sabetha — was recently selected as a Kansas Master Teacher for 2023. MacKay graduated from Sabetha High School in…

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Eight-week challenge focuses on physical activity, healthy eating

Submitted by Pat Melgares K-State Research and Extension Two-thirds of chronic diseases — diabetes, heart disease, arthritis and others — can be prevented by lifestyle changes. So, each year about…

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Plan for a sober driver this St. Patrick’s Day

Submitted With many festivities taking place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, the Kansas Department of Transportation encourages everyone to remember the dangers of impaired driving and have a sober driver…

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Kansas Tourism wins national marketing awards

Submitted Kansas Tourism recently was presented two awards from the 31st Annual North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) award competition. The “Kansas Brand Anthem Commercial” took silver in the Destination…

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Grant funding available through ‘Fund My Classroom’ initiative

Nonprofit, fully online university plans to award up to $100,000 in funding to teachers across Kansas, Illinois, Missouri and Minnesota to bring innovative classroom projects and initiatives to life. Submitted…

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Kansas to receive $15 million to provide communities digital devices, skills training

Submitted Governor Laura Kelly announced that Kansas is the first state to receive $15 million in U.S. Department of Treasury Digital Connectivity Technology (DCT) funds. The money will support equal…

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Application deadline approaching for assistance programs

Submitted Qualifying Kansans are encouraged to submit applications to receive assistance paying for water and energy bills this month. The Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) and Emergency Water Assistance Program…

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NEK-CAP, Inc. to host preschool open house

Submitted NEK-CAP, Inc. Head Start is now accepting applications for the 2023-24 school year! Applications are being accepted for Preschool/Center-Based children, ages three to five years old and Home-Based/Early Head…

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