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Alpha Kappa Chapter

Submitted by Mary Jane Fleming The Alpha Kappa Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International met on Friday, May 6, at the Horton City Library. Present were Betty Gleason of…

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Identity theft informational booklets available

According to Brown County Sheriff John Merchant, identity theft informational booklets are available for the public in the lobby of the Brown County Sheriff’s office.  “They are free of charge…

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Nemaha County Sheriff 5.13.2022

Jail Booking/Release Kyle J. Rowell, 36, of Topeka was booked into the Nemaha County Jail on May 12 for felony theft, criminal use of a financial card, aggravated robbery, aggravated…

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Nemaha County Sheriff 5.11.2022

Jail Booking/Release Larius Cruz, 32, of Holton was arrested on May 5 by the Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office for the offenses of driving under the influence, transporting an open container,…

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NCTC golf winners announced

Winners of the NCTC 31st Annual Golf Tournament – held on Sunday, May 1, at Spring Creek Golf Course in Seneca – have been announced. The first-place winners of the... Read More

Nemaha County Fairboard receives donation from Ag Partners

Nemaha County Fairboard treasurer Amanda Mueting, center, graciously accepts a check from Ag Partners representatives Jessica Hermesch, left, and Brenna Eilert, right, for $5,000. The Fairboard will use this grant... Read More

Thomas Douglas sent of to Honor Flight with parade


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Governor signs bill cutting property taxes

Submitted Governor Laura Kelly ceremonially signed legislation at a Topeka home to celebrate the bipartisan passage of House Bill 2239, which cuts property taxes. It provides additional tax relief for…

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Comments requested on public involvement plan

Submitted The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) requests comments on the Statewide Public Involvement Plan, Sharing the Future (STF) document. The purpose of the plan is to outline and provide…

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FDA limits use of Janssen COVID-19 vaccine to certain individuals

Submitted Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has limited the authorized use of the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine to individuals 18 years of age and older for whom other authorized…

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Compete in Kansas, National Corn Yield Contests with one entry

Submitted Entries are now being accepted for the Kansas and National Corn Yield Contests (NCYC). Kansas growers who enter the NCYC are automatically entered in the Kansas Corn Yield Contest….

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Community blood center announces emergency

Submitted Community Blood Center (CBC) announced a blood emergency, as school breaks and increased travel have caused an alarming drop in donations over the past month. The blood supply currently…

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Great Kansas Fishing Derby returns for second year

Submitted An angler’s prized catch may actually be worth a prize this spring and summer in Kansas, thanks to the return of the Great Kansas Fishing Derby. This year’s Derby…

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Kansans dispose of tons of documents

Submitted Kansans safely disposed of more than 48 tons of personal documents during events in March and April, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced on Thursday, May 5. “The outstanding…

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Governor signs bill making rural housing more affordable

Submitted Governor Laura Kelly signed House Bill 2237 to help address the state’s housing shortage by investing in and incentivizing residential development – especially in rural areas. “By expanding access…

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