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Marysville holds fourth annual Christmas Lighting Contest
MARYSVILLE, KS – The city of Marysville is holding its fourth annual Christmas Lighting Contest. The event is organized by Marysville Convention and Tourism. This year, 44 homes and 10 local businesses all over town are decked out in holiday decor.
Marysville man uses a lathe to create
Woodturning projects created on a lathe with a minimal amount of time and money is limited only by your imagination, said Robert Kloppenborg, Marysville. “Woodturning is a fun and exciting hobby for people of all ages and skill levels,” said Kloppenborg, who started woodturning three years ago. “Whe
Bluejays top Raiders with 58-43 win
The Wamego Red Raiders opened their season with a win over their Highway 24 neighbor Rossville before they welcomed the 1-0 Bluejays to their gym on Tuesday, Dec. 4. Sabetha was coming off a solid win over Marysville, but could they keep up with the fast paced, run and gun style of the Raiders?
Court Update: Gage Gresham
CA Sabetha man who was arrested in May 2018 for child sex crimes has had his sentencing continued. Gage Gresham, 20, was scheduled to appear in court Thursday, Dec. 6, for sentencing, but his appearance has now been continued until Thursday, Jan. 10.
Beatrice Police looking for missing teen
BEATRICE, Neb. - Police in Beatrice are still asking for your help finding a missing 16-year-old girl. According to police, Alayna Hughes has been missing since Thursday night.
Marysville man gets 47 years for attempted murder, other charges
A Marysville man was sentenced Tuesday to more than 47 years in prison after he tried to kill someone after breaking out of jail.
Show students reasons to stay
You never know when or how an idea will take root and turn into something unexpected and amazing. An inspirational day at Marysville Junior-Senior High is a recent example.
Wish List program prepares for giveaway
Area volunteers are working to make sure every Gage County child has a gift this holiday season through the annual Wish List program. Hosted by Blue Valley Community Action, the Wish List program has been a tradition in Gage County for more than 20 years.
Lady Jets win in overtime against Diller-Odell
STERLING -- Diller-Odell's game tying three pointer at the end of regulation seized momentum for the Lady Griffins, but Sterling would ultimately prevail in overtime. The Lady Jets defeated Diller-Odell 40-37 in overtime Friday night at Sterling High School.
Marysville Boys Get Big Road Win In Overtime Shootout At Valley Heights
It was an offensive explosion from both The Marysville Bulldogs and The Valley Heights Mustangs in Kansas High School Basketball on Tuesday night. When the dust settled, Marysville came away with a hard fought 78 to 71 overtime win.
Failing Drug Court, Beatrice Woman is Sent to Prison
BEATRICE – A drug court termination now means a prison term for a 20-year-old Beatrice woman. Deputy Gage County Attorney Michael Wehling described the case of Madison Carlson, in Gage County District Court. Thursday. He sought a six-year prison term.
Wymore mayor says every woman 'hates me' after comment at meeting
A community-led effort in Wymore to replace a gravel oval in Arbor State Park with a modern track has garnered broad support from city and Southern Public Schools officials, according to organizers.
Massive settlement in Beatrice 6 case takes toll on county finances
This is the first full budget year for Gage County to take on payment of the Beatrice 6 case civil judgment — which exceeds $28-million dollars. Gage County Board finance chairman Erich Tiemann won’t say it’s adversely affected operations, but the impact is being felt.
Valley Heights Girls Defeat Marysville In Home Opener
The Valley Heights Lady Mustangs got double-digit performances from Emma Toerber and Emma Yungeberg and came away with a 42 to 39 win over Marysville in Kansas High School basketball action on Tuesday evening.
Wymore exchange lights powder keg fuse
Wymore, Nebraska is still echoing with a verbal exchange from a meeting there Wednesday night. A group of women and four high school girls were on hand at the Wymore City Office to speak in support of an idea to use Keno money to fund a public track.
Sears Hometown store in Beatrice closing
The Sears Hometown Store in Beatrice will close next month. Beatrice store manager Jonathan Davis said the location isn’t closing due to the Sears bankruptcy, but because the store is without an owner.
Area roundup: Frankfort boys, girls win
Carson Schreiner’s buzzer-beater led the Frankfort boys to a narrow 62-60 win over Solomon Friday night. Schreiner finished with 10 points, while Brandon Anderson recorded 17 and Mitchell Olson registered 15 for the Wildcats.
BBB: Look out, Virginia! That Santa letter may be a scam
Parents who want to give their children an opportunity to get a “genuine” letter from Santa should be mindful of Grinchy scammers. Yes, there are legitimate companies in the business of sending your child a convincing and authentic-looking letter from St. Nick. But like the song says, “You better wa
First-annual Holiday Lighted Tour features the best in holiday light displays
The Beatrice Area Chamber of Commerce is showcasing the best holiday light displays around town with its first annual Holiday Lighted Tour. Eleven houses are currently featured on a map distributed by the Chamber at last week's Holiday Lighted Parade and on Facebook.
American Legion Riders donate to motorcycle club's toy drive
The American Legion Riders Post 27 is helping a local motorcycle club collect more toys for area kids this holiday season. The riders made a monetary donation to the Defiant Few motorcycle club at the Veterans Club last week. The funds will go towards buying additional items for the Defiant Few's an