Canning meat workshop to be held

Freezing isn’t the only method used to extend the life of meats. Meats, such as beef, pork, venison, bear, lamb or veal, can be canned in pint or quart jars….

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Bluejays bring home Big Seven honors

Sabetha approaches the pinnacle of their season and this week was another rung on the ladder when they traveled to Topeka — in a meet hosted by Jeff West —…

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Local sorority visits garden

The Gamma Omega Sorority ladies from Sabetha were given an educational tour of the Southeast Nebraska Cancer Memorial Garden by Jan Wilhelm, designer of the garden. The ladies learned the... Read More

Attention Parents!

Submitted Do you have a son in Kindergarten through fifth grade who would be interested in joining the fun adventurous world of Cub Scouts? Scouting is a great way to…

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United Bank and Trust is “Business of the Month”

United Bank and Trust is nominated by Wenger Manufacturing as the Sabetha Chamber of Commerce's "Business of the Month" for July. Community National Bank was the 2021 Business of the... Read More

Brown County Fair

Be sure to check out the Brown County Free Fair in Horton on Saturday, July 9, through Friday, July, 15. A schedule of events can be found on our website…

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NCTC: First Barbara K. Vitt Scholarships awarded

    Submitted Barbara K. Vitt has been a wonderful teacher/counselor example, serving Nemaha County for decades. Mrs. Vitt said that in all of her teaching/counseling jobs she felt as…

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Governor announces recipients of $10 million investment expanding broadband access

Submitted On Friday, May 20, Governor Laura Kelly announced the 11 recipients of the Broadband Acceleration Grant program resulting in more than $10 million of investment in high-speed broadband access…

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Sabetha Fire Department Report

At 5:49 p.m. Wednesday, May 18, the Sabetha Fire Department (SFD) was called for a report of a truck on fire at All Star Convenience Store. Upon arrival, the SFD…

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Letter: Roe v. Wade

Dear Editor,  If the justices who have cast their vote to overturn Roe don’t succumb to pressure, there is much to celebrate. The murder of babies will no longer be…

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Strawberry planting, mulch removal

New strawberry plantings should be set early in the growing season so that mother plants become established while the weather is still cool. The mother plants develop a strong root…

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Brush control options

The 2022 edition of the KSU Chemical Weed Control guide is at the printers (access the online version at: https://www.bookstore.ksre.ksu.edu/pubs/CHEMWEEDGUIDE.pdf – print copies available after the first of the year)….

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Lady Jays win first game of the season

        The Lady Jays were still looking for their first win on the season when they hosted the 1-2 Riverside Cyclones on Tuesday, Dec. 14, at home….

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Bluejays dominate court against Cyclones

        The 2-1 Riverside Cyclones came to Sabetha to take on the Bluejay boys on Tuesday, Dec. 14, and the Jays were looking to keep their winning…

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Brown County Commission 11.30.2021

Submitted by Dawn Boyles, County Clerk The Board of Brown County Commissioners met in regular session Tuesday, Nov. 30, with the following members present: Chairman Richard L. Lehmkuhl via Zoom,…

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