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Spider mites - The Sabetha Herald
Because spider mites like hot and dry weather, populations continue to wreak havoc on our garden crops. Tomatoes, in particular, seem to be bearing the brunt of spider mite pressure this year.
Blue Springs Man Lodged For 2nd-Degree Assault
According to court documents, the female victim sustained bruises on her legs, arms and torso, along with burn marks she told authorities were caused by a butane lighter. She had also previously suffered a black eye.
Beatrice man arrested after stealing pickup twice
A Beatrice man was arrested on felony theft charges after stealing a pickup for the second time Tuesday and leaving its trailer in Lincoln, according to court documents.Marshall D. Burger, 24, was arrested for theft and driving under suspension Tuesday after a Beatrice police officer on 11th street
Paddock Lane will experience delayed start date
Paddock Lane Elementary will start Aug. 20 instead of Aug. 15 as originally planned.An email sent by Paddock Lane’s Principal Betty Reploge stated that Paddock Lane will start on Monday, Aug. 20 instead of Wednesday, Aug. 15 as originally planned due to setbacks from construction.Beatrice Superinten
Individual injured in explosion at grain elevator in Palmer
Last week an explosion at a grain elevator in Palmer resulted in an injury of one individual.On Aug. 3, at 2:39 p.m. the report of an explosion at the Palmer Grain in Palmer was reported.
MD Marine Warning and Forecast
MD Marine Warnings and Forecast for Sunday, August 12, 2018—————SPECIAL MARINE WARNING
2o YEARS AGO ON AUGUST 12: Rods and reels stolen at park
The Clay County Sheriffs' Department investigated a burglary-theft incident reported Tuesday at the Clay Count Park at Wakefield.Deputies said someone stole four fishing rods and reals from a vehicle owned by Adrian Heberly, Salina. The lost in estimated at $325 .
Plan ahead for veterans home open house; Parking will be limited for Aug. 25 ceremony
A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be 10 a.m. in front of Building Juliet, the main building on campus. Tours of the facility will start at Building Alpha, west of Juliet, and run until 2 p.m.
Nemaha County Sheriff 8.10.18 - The Sabetha Herald
Paige Martinez, 27, of Bern was arrested on Aug. 6 by Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office on a Nemaha County warrant for failure to appear. She remains in custody with bond set at $500.
Beatrice Man Arrested for Vehicle Thefts
BEATRICE – A Beatrice man has been arrested, suspected of stealing a van, a trailer containing tools and a pickup, on two occasions.
Volleyball first to tip off fall sports at Marysville
Mornings will be busy in Marysville for most athletes starting Monday.Fall sports practices start statewide Monday and the earliest time will be 6:30 to 9:30 a.m. Monday and Tuesday for volleyball players. There will be no practices in the new activity center, because workers are painting and staini
Much of Pinsetter’s given to nearby alley
Before turning over the building that once housed Pinsetter’s Bowling alley on West Crawford, owners of the building made sure as much as possible was salvaged of the old bowling alley as they could.Monte Green said most of the equipment and machines were given to the Washington Bowling Alley, who w
Depot starting to regain its 1929 hue
The stucco, approved as appropriate for the building by the Kansas Historical Society, had to be the type that was used on the historic southwest mission-style structures when the 1929 building was built, said contractor Darrell Burgess, owner of DB Construction, Miami, Okla.
Suspect in Fall Beatrice Burglary Last Year, Bound Over to District Court
He was arrested and charged for the burglary of a home and garage last October 13th, in the nine-hundred block of West Mary Street. Among the items taken was an AR-15 rifle, which police later recovered.
Home Design Ideas for Travel Enthusiasts
Travelers are often struck by the unique style of a certain locale, such as the bright colors of Havana or the chic sophistication of Paris. If your family plans to travel soon, you will likely return longing to recreate memories of your time away.
First open swim meet draws people together
An all-ages swim meet Saturday morning accomplished what Marysville Swim Team coach Katie Oehm wanted.“It was a chance for all ages to try swimming again or for the first time,” she said. “It’s great to support a local youth program while also having the opportunity to experience it for yourself. I
Squirrel Jam to be held in Marysville’s City Park
The bandstand in Marysville’s City Park will be home to the second annual Squirrel Jam, Sunday, August 19, from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.The event is sponsored by the Marshall County Arts Cooperative.The arts cooperative sponsored the inaugural Squirrel Jam in conjunction with last year’s activities leadi
National Night Out draws hundreds for 24th annual event
Several local agencies set up displays in the Schuneman Addition at the Fisher Center on East Iowa Street from 6–8 p.m. These included the Brown County Sheriff’s Department, Squad 48, Town and Country Ambulance and Hiawatha Fire Department.
Manufacturer to expand in Shenandoah Valley
The company makes valves, fittings and other equipment for commercial, residential and industrial use. The company has 11 manufacturing plants in the U.S., Mexico and Poland.
Perpetrator of deadly attack during Tecumseh prison riot on man with Kearney ties is clear, prosecutors say
Eric Ramos, right, at the defense table during his first-degree murder trial. Ramos is charged with killing fellow inmate, Michael Galindo after a housing unit at the Tecumseh State Prison was taken over on March 2, 2017. The trial is being held in the Johnson County courthouse in Tecumseh, Nebraska