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Blumer takes KSU’s offer

Jack Blumer, a Marysville High School graduate last spring, decided to trade in an arm for a leg this fall.

MARYSVILLEONLINE.NET - 2018-08-15 16:44:00

Tire Amnesty reaches weight limit after one day

Gage County’s 15th Tire Amnesty reached is 375 ton limit on the first day of being open.Every other year Gage County hosts an event where residents in the county can dump their old tires. This year 306 residents participated from 16 different Gage County communities. Wymore and Blue Springs alone br

BEATRICE DAILY SUN - 2018-08-16 16:51:00

Trees, lawns, ponds show results of drought conditions in area

“Lots of trees have yellow leaves and the leaves are curling, and some branches are dropping,” said Dale Richardson, Marysville parks supervisor. “Trees shed themselves so they can survive in this dry weather. If a tree has a weak spot, that limb may fall. Trees are getting ready to go dormant. The

MARYSVILLEONLINE.NET - 2018-08-15 17:48:00

City Park will rock during Squirrel Jam

Eve, the 5-foot-tall fiberglass statue who finds her home in Marysville’s City Park, will be the mascot for the second annual Squirrel Jam Sunday. The event, sponsored by the Marshall County Arts Cooperative, is scheduled from 3 to 7 p.m.

MARYSVILLEONLINE.NET - 2018-08-15 16:39:00

Companies deal with increase in steel, aluminum prices

“Anything to do with steel and aluminum is going up,” said Karen Swearingen, co-owner of Sharp Manufacturing, Blue Rapids. “Our suppliers told us that they buy domestically, but prices have gone up since the tariffs hit. It’s hard to pinpoint, but steel in general has been going up all year long. We

MARYSVILLEONLINE.NET - 2018-08-15 17:42:00

Oilpatch fears delays as U.S. judge orders further review of KXL pipeline route - NEWS 1130

The potential setback illustrates how difficult it has become to relieve market access woes that have resulted in larger-than-usual price discounts for Western Canadian crude, said Chris Bloomer, CEO of the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association.

NEWS 1130 - 2018-08-16 19:21:01

Keystone XL faces new setback in U.S. as Line 3 and Trans Mountain mark milestones

The Keystone Steele City pumping station, into which the planned Keystone XL pipeline is to connect to, is seen in Steele City, Neb.Nati Harnik/AP/AP

REGINA LEADER-POST - 2018-08-16 20:15:32

Firefighters to help children find warmth this winter

“The coats run about $18 to $20 for what I understand depending on size,” Hays said. “I’m trying to get K through 5 is my goal. Before, we did I think K through 2, so I’m trying to expand it for the older kids, too.”

BEATRICE DAILY SUN - 2018-08-16 14:20:00

Get out of your rental and into your own home

A number of industry analysts predict that interest rates will rise slightly over the year, while continuing to stay very affordable. Home prices are also expected to rise, now that more buyers are again competing for houses for sale.

LEXINGTON CLIPPER-HERALD - 2018-08-15 18:00:00

Lincoln gun shop employee's white-supremacist ties prompt firearms group to relocate meeting

The Nebraska Firearms Owners Association on Monday said it was moving its annual meeting from Discount Enterprises Guns to the Omaha Gun Club after it learned of "disturbing information" about an employee of the Lincoln gun shop and firing range.Two weeks before association members were to gather at


Options For Paying $28.1 Million Judgment Heard by Gage County Board

In open session, attorney James Overcash with Woods and Aitken Law Firm of Lincoln, said one method is making payments…the other is a lump sum.


Beatrice youth head back to school

It was a rainy morning in Beatrice. Much like the rain - which can be a welcome gift for some and a bother for others - Wednesday marked the first day of school for students at Beatrice Public Schools. And while many youth looked excited for the first day of school and a chance to reunite with their

BEATRICE DAILY SUN - 2018-08-15 13:55:00

Homework tips: Develop good study habits

The joys of purchasing new school supplies and the excitement of beginning the new school year are upon us. Teachers, parents, and students are adjusting to the new school schedules. The buildings and teachers and even some of the subjects have changed since parents were in school themselves. But on


Former KU guard chooses Evansville

Former Kansas shooting guard Sam Cunliffe, who announced plans to leave KU on July 23, has chosen Evansville as his transfer destination. The 6-foot-6 Seattle native made a campus visit to the Missouri Valley Conference school on Saturday and also visited Pepperdine and Xavier. He also had Washingto

IOLA REGISTER - 2018-08-15 15:18:15

Marysville's City Park will rock during Squirrel Jam

Eve, the five-foot-tall fiberglass statue who finds her home in Marysville’s City Park, will be the mascot for the second annual Squirrel Jam, Sunday, Aug. 19. The event, sponsored by the Marshall County Arts Cooperative, is scheduled from 3-7 p.m.


Judge overturns Gage County’s denial of special use permit

“The court, however, cannot base its decision on fear, speculation, or public clamor,” she wrote. “The appellant has done everything required and is taking safety precautions. This is an agricultural area. Individuals who choose to reside in an agricultural area can expect agricultural activities ne


Winners abound at Gage County Fair

Winners were evident everywhere at the Gage County Fair - from the 4-H and FFA exhibitors, to the donors, to the hundreds of volunteers, to the management of the fair. The number one reason on the “Top Ten Reasons County Fairs are Successful” is the volunteers who give so generously of your time and


Election Update: Governor race remains close, final results remain undetermined - The Sabetha Herald

Counties began canvassing on Monday, Aug 13, and have until Monday, Aug. 20, to meet and certify the results.


Delayed Start For Paddock Lane Elementary Has BPS Board Disappointed

BEATRICE – The new school year begins Wednesday for kindergarten through ninth grade students in Beatrice. But, not for some students at Paddock Lane, where a delay in finishing a six-classroom school addition has pushed back the start to August 20th.


Morrowville fire gets $2K grant

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