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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All veterans invited to the annual Veteran’s Day Program

The Sabetha Elementary School (SES) third grade class invites all United States Veterans to their annual Veteran’s Day program. The third graders will present their program at two times –…

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New health officer hired

A new health officer for Nemaha County has been hired after nearly two months of operating with an interim health officer. At the Monday, Oct. 18, Nemaha County Commission meeting,…

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KSHSAA approves six-man football

Submitted The 68 members that were present in Topeka took action on four agenda items Wednesday, including sanctioning a Six-Player Football State Championship starting with the 2022 season. The unanimous…

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Local scam circulating

Submitted by John Merchant The Brown County Sheriff’s Office has had several concerns over scam calls, wherein county residents are being contacted by phone and the caller is stating there…

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COVID-19: Vaccine, testing clinics continue statewide with emergence of Delta

Submitted With the increased presence of the Delta variant, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) said that many health departments, providers and community groups will continue to hold…

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Obituary: Helen Skinner

Helen Marie (Snyder) Skinner, 87, of Hiawatha died Wednesday, June 30, 2021, at the Apostolic Christian Home in Sabetha surrounded by her family.  Helen was born on June 3, 1934,…

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Summer reading program begins

Submitted Readers of all ages will explore the animal kingdom this summer as Mary Cotton Public Library presents “Tails and Tales” during our summer library programming. Activities include age-based reading…

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December 12, 2018

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