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Disc course plan good for Marysville
I spent the good part of a day in Marysville on June 3 for the Jolly Jogathon, watching my wife and college-aged daughter compete in a variety of events. Well past my athletic prime, and wise enough to know so, I was happy to drag my lawn chair around after them and enjoy the experience.While sittin
Concerns raised over school construction
Concrete moisture mitigation will cost an additional $20,000 and has already cost $3,000. The bill for electricity directly related to construction will cost $53,838. Wrong-colored brick could cost an additional $4,000. A change in placement of basketball goals in the new activity center has cost $2
CMH sales tax petitions presented to county officials
Cameraman Ralf Oberti, right, and Nippon Hoso Kyokai Japanese public television producer Takeshi Yamasaki, both of Washington, D.C., interview Eddie and Virginia Taphorn, Marysville, about the importance of a community hospital in rural America. The interview was in the lobby of Community Memorial H
Locals participate in photo walk at Alcove Spring
Suzanne Mooradian loves clouds.“My family makes fun of me, because the first thing out of my mouth when we go out is, ‘Look how pretty the clouds are today.’”Now that Mooradian’s boys are finished with high school sports, she no longer has to take game pictures and has decided to learn landscape pho
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.
Bremen man sets up solar power system
Solar power’s cost is minimal after the initial installation investment, and Allerheiligen has entered into an agreement with Nemaha-Marshall Electric Cooperative to reduce his electric bill with the system, which creates about 13 kilowatt hours per day. He said he expects to save about $1,500 a yea
Early Tuesday Morning Drug Bust In Fairbury
During the search, officers found items of drug paraphernalia, as well as illegal narcotics suspected to be Methamphetamine. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department then took Douglas Beu age 49 of Fairbury into custody. Beu is charged with alleged possession of a Controlled Substance and Distr
All-women airplane race makes a stop in Beatrice
For many, summer vacation is synonymous with road-tripping across the country or spending time outdoors with family and friends.But for Nancy Rohr, summer vacation means taking to the skies.Rohr is one of the over 100 women pilots competing in the 42nd annual Air Race Classic, which began Tuesday mo
Bass hunters probe Oxbow Trail
The lake, located 1.5 miles east of Ulysses, is the property of the Upper Big Blue Natural Resources District headquartered in York.
Members of the the 2018 Hanover Red T-ball team
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Shipping Containers Addressed in Proposed Beatrice Ordinance
Although no action was taken, the Beatrice City Council did give final approval to other ordinance revisions. Those changes restrict swimming pools of greater than two feet depth in front yards, or street side yards. Another change would allow restaurant drive-throughs in Limited Commercial Distri
Aubrey Trail to go to trial in Sydney Loofe case
WILBER, Neb. - Aubrey Trail, the mancharged with first-degree murderin the death of Sydney Loofe, waived his preliminary hearing and will face trial, according to our partners at theOmaha World-Herald.According to the documents,Trail admitted to strangling Loofeto death with an extension cord and th
Veterans Legacy Project to be developed over decades
A vision has already been developed, with a master plan that includes developing the area that has been used as a state veterans home since the late 1800s. Created through public input, the plan includes recreational space, an educational campus and business opportunities.
Home Federal falls to Hastings Five Points 7-5
Hastings, who improved to 19-1 on the season, also had four doubles, including two from Mike Boeve. All that production pleased coach Kevin Asher.
Man arrested for drug possession in Beatrice park
The officer shouted to show their hands, and Gage County Court documents state Beck reached into his short pockets and pulled out hypodermic needles and threw them on the river, then bent down, grabbed an aluminum can and threw that in the river. He also allegedly threw a small baggie in the river w
Aubrey Trail waives preliminary hearing, will stand trial in Sydney Loofe's death
WILBER, Neb. —Aubrey Trail will stand trial in connection with the death of Sydney Loofe.Trail appeared in person Tuesday morning in Saline County Court in Wilber and waived his right to a preliminary hearing. The case will be bound over to Saline County District Court.Trail has been charged withfir
Suspect arrested for vehicle theft
A Beatrice man was arrested Sunday after reports he was driving a stolen vehicle in town.Rhory Ivy, 35, was arrested for possession of a stolen motor vehicle after a Beatrice police officer was dispatched to the area of Fifth and Garfield streets for reports that a stolen vehicle was at the intersec
Beatrice home damaged by fire
“They did a good job getting up the attic to stop the spread,” Daake said. “Attic holes aren’t designed for people anyway, and then you got turnout gear and air packs on. We have special tools to pull a ceiling down and attack from underneath. If you cut a hole in the roof, you’re going down a chimn
In Gage County, many remain unconvinced that Beatrice Six were innocent
The Beatrice Six, top row, from left: Tom Winslow, Ada JoAnn Taylor, Debra Shelden. Bottom row, from left: Kathy Gonzalez, James Dean and Joseph E. White.
10 YEARS AGO ON JUNE 16: Move here ends long commute
After commuting 60 miles to and from Wamego for the last three years, the Argo family decided to move to Clay Center.Mike, Marsha, Devin and Aiden recently moved here from Marysville, Ks. Unlike many in this "New Settlers" series, you probably have already met at least one of the Argos before.Marsha