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Hiawatha Happenings from the HCVB
In the fall of 2016, the Hiawatha Chamber of Commerce and the Hiawatha Convention and Visitors Bureau merged to form the Hiawatha Chamber and Visitors Bureau. The melding of these two organizations fostered a new mission — “to promote local commerce, recreation and tourism, thereby enriching the com
Candidate Jim Barnett wants to invest in Kansas' future
Former state Sen. Jim Barnett, right, and wife Rosie Hansen. Hansen recently joined Barnett’s campaign for governor as his running mate, to serve as lieutenant governor if they are elected in November.Submitted photo | Jim Barnett
Nemaha County Commission 6.18.18 - The Sabetha Herald
The Board of Nemaha County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, June 18, in the Commissioner’s Room of the Nemaha County Courthouse. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Dennis Henry leading the flag salute. Present also were Commissioners Gary Scoby and Tim Burdiek, Road and Bridg
Sales Tax Committee work pressing onward
Now having the history of revenue generated from the sales tax and the ballot initiative voters approved in 1993, the Atchison County Sales Tax Committee members are gearing up for another gathering on Tuesday, July 17. The time and place will be announced later.
Boys' T-ball: Maroon vs. Navy, 6.20.2018 - The Sabetha Herald
Sabetha Community Hospital Guild 6.18.18 - The Sabetha Herald
The Sabetha Community Hospital Guild met on Monday, June 18, at the EMS building. A delicious lunch of ham sandwiches, chips, fruit and brownies were served. We appreciate the hospital dietary department for always giving us great lunches!
Lobos defeat Monarchs 3-2 at home - The Sabetha Herald
The Sabetha Lobos were looking to put a stop to their nine-game losing streak when they welcomed the Liberty Monarchs to town on Monday, June 18, at Wilbur Bestwick Field in Sabetha. The score was tied for a majority of the game, but the Lobos pulled ahead in the end to take the 3-2 win.
Hiawatha mayoral shift delayed due to lack of votes
Mayor Steffen Shamburg was recognized at his last regular meeting Monday, as he has resigned from his position. He is pictured with his children, Ryan, Sammie and Aly.By Adam Clay
Nemaha County Sheriff 6.18.18 - The Sabetha Herald
Amber D. Bowden-Clemens, 31, of Bern was arrested on June 14 by the Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office (NMSO) for the offense of domestic battery. She remains in custody.
Henry Glynn participates in Nemaha-Marshall Electric Youth Tour - The Sabetha Herald
One student — Sabetha High School student Henry Glynn — from Nemaha-Marshall Electric Cooperative attended the 58th annual Electric Cooperative Youth Tour with 1,800 peers from across the nation. The Youth Tour was held June 7 through 14. The participant was chosen through a multiple choice, true/fa
We Apologize To Our Inmates For The Non-Gender-Neutral Language – PreOccupied Territory
On behalf of all the employees and outside contractors operating this facility, we hereby extend our sincere apologies to any resident of this prison who has taken offense at the institution’s use of gender-specific formulations in signage, forms, instructions, disciplinary talks, or other forms of
Junior Legion splits with Holton, Seniors drop one at Sabetha
Both levels of the Hiawatha American Legion baseball program were in action this past week, as the Senior Legion squad traveled to Sabetha on Wednesday night, and the Junior team hosted Holton for a high-scoring doubleheader on Friday.
Woman provides for victims of domestic violence
About 25 years ago, Carmen Robison ran away from a 3-year-long abusive relationship, with nothing but her purse and the clothes on her back.
Catholic Charities of NEK serves Brown County
Did you know that Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas serves your community?The Mobile Resource Bus visits Brown County several times throughout the year, offering a variety of resources and support – including case management, budget coaching and in some cases emergency financial assistance (ren
Post Secondary Honors: Cloud County Community College - The Sabetha Herald
Quincy Haverkamp and Cara Knapp, both of Seneca, have been named to the Spring 2018 President’s Honor Roll at Cloud County Community College.
31st Chief White Cloud Rodeo set for June 29-30
The complex is located 7 miles northwest of White Cloud, watch for rodeo signs. There are several events each night, including muttin bustin' at 7 p.m. with grand entry starting at 7:30 p.m. both evenings.
Hiawatha schools part of consortium awarded $3.2 million literacy grant
“The purpose of this project is really to invest in local teachers–to give them the opportunity to hone their skills even further,” said Monica Murnan, project director with Greenbush. “One way we can do that is to ensure teachers have an instructional coach they can count on to give them feedback,
Cow grazing - The Sabetha Herald
It seems most of the district is in a moderate drought. Livestock enthusiasts are anxious! Planning now can help ease the mind. While there is no single right or wrong answer of what to do, there are some strategies that producers can consider as they plan how to battle these conditions.”
Sabetha defeats Hiawatha - The Sabetha Herald
The Raptors’ home games continued Thursday, June 14, against Hiawatha. After multiple innings at the beginning of game remained scoreless for both teams, the Raptors would finally get on the board and claim the win 7-2.
Jennifer Althouse - The Sabetha Herald
Jennifer Jo Althouse, 58, of Sabetha, died Saturday, June 16, 2018, at home with family by her side.