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Falls City Woman Charged With Using Explosive For Felony
FALLS CITY – The Richardson County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Falls City woman wanted in connection with a Sept. 18 explosion at the Spirit Shoppe on Harlan Street.Deputies arrested 39-year-old April Feighner in Rulo. She is suspected of placing an explosive near an ice machine that
Photos: Falls City Sacred Heart takes on Johnson-Brock in D-2 football
Falls City Sacred Heart's Jarrot Simon (88) fumbles the ball on a hit from Johnson-Brock's Caleb Fossenbarger (bottom) in the fourth quarter on Thursday at Johnson-Brock High School. The ball was recovered by the Eagles' Ty Hahn. Fossenbarger would score a touchdown on the subsequent series as the E
Injury accident reported | Two hurt in two-vehicle collision
Police officers and Kansas Highway Patrol authorities examine the scene of an accident on Wednesday morning at South Seventh and Spring.Jonathan McCrerey, at the wheel of this Dodge sedan, has been cited for failure to heed a stop sign. First responders transported two of his passengers to a local h
Nemaha County Sheriff 10.18.18 - The Sabetha Herald
James L. Parr, 39, of Centralia was arrested on Oct. 16 by the Kansas Highway Patrol on a Nemaha County warrant for failure to appear and an Onaga Municipal Court warrant for three counts of violating a protection order. Parr was released on Oct. 17 on a $1,500 own recognizance bond for Nemaha Count
Skidmore aldermen to take action on nuisance properties
SKIDMORE, Mo. — The Skidmore Board of Aldermen approved contacting its attorney to take action on nuisance property.According to the board, as part of an agreement with city resident Rick Stanton, he had 60 days to begin cleaning up some of his five properties within the city limits. If action was t
Hiawatha High has two Halloween Queen candidates
As cool air and red maple leaves sweep through Hiawatha and Halloween creeps closer, two of your local Red Hawks will be competing for the Halloween Queen scholarship and, of course, the crown.HHS seniors Bella Eppens of Reserve and Robin Madere of Hiawatha have both been chosen by the school board
Falls City Candidates Accept Invitation To Taking Back Our Community
Mayor Candidate Carla Rhodd sent a letter to be read. She suggested TBOC form three committees, one with a focus on drug prevention, another on neighborhood watches and a third on community improvements.
Court Update: Gage Gresham - The Sabetha Herald
Gage Gresham, 20, appeared in court Thursday, Oct. 4, and it was determined he was competent to stand trial for charges that have been brought against him. Last month, Gresham’s attorney requested a mental health evaluation, which delayed his preliminary hearing. Now that the mental health evaluatio
1 injured in pickup vs. semi accident along I-29
A Kansas man was injured in a two-vehicle accident along Interstate 29 in Holt County late Tuesday night.According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 35-year-old Abraham Friessen of Ulysses, Kansas was headed south on I-29 at mile marker 84 -- in the city limits of Mound City -- around 11 p.m.
Parolee dies in auto accident
Sheriff Jack Laurie said Nickolas G. Cosgrove, 38, crossed the center line while heading north in an as-yet unspecified vehicle on the highway in the area of 258th Road. Cosgrove, facing north in the southbound lane, crashed into a white SUV driven by Rebecca Cothern, 62, of Leavenworth, as she head
Driver arrested for DWI in crash that causes serious injuries
A 22-year-old Maryville, Missouri, man suffered serious injuries Wednesday night in a head-on crash involving a vehicle traveling more than 100 mph in the wrong direction on Interstate 29 in Andrew County.
Sidney's Jorgenson, Thompson qualify for state cross country meet
Pictured is Sidney senior Adam Thompson running between a couple Nodaway Valley runners at a Class 1A state qualifying cross country meet, Thursday, Oct. 18. Thompson and teammate Noah Jorgenson both qualified for the state meet.
St. Joseph man behind bars after crash in Andrew County injures two, one critically - KMZU
ANDREW COUNTY, Mo. — Two men were injured, one of them seriously, after their Jeep Patriot was hit head on by a wrong way vehicle in Andrew County Wednesday evening.
Cook who served kangaroo meat no longer employed by western Nebraska school
The cook who served kangaroo meat to students at a western Nebraska school without telling them no longer is employed by the district. Some students at the junior-senior high in the Potter-Dix district unknowingly ate kangaroo last week when the school's head cook added it to some chili. He told the
Farragut traffic stop leads to meth arrest
The driver, 37-year-old Alfred Mutchler of Farragut, was found to have a baggie containing methamphetamine, as well as concealed drug paraphernalia material. Mutchler was charged with possession of methamphetamine, third offense (Class D Felony), and possession of drug paraphernalia, a simple misdem
UPDATE: Cook who served Nebraska students kangaroo meat fired, district says
CHEYENNE Co. -The Potter-Dix School District has fired head cook Kevin Frei, according to superintendent Mike Williams.Williams told KNEP, 10/11's sister station, junior and senior high school students were served chili with kangaroo meat mixed with beef one time.Frei added the kangaroo meat because
Nemaha County Sheriff 10.15.2018 - The Sabetha Herald
Jacob Feldkamp, 30, of Onaga was booked into the Nemaha County Jail on Oct. 11 on a Nemaha County warrant for failure to appear. Feldkamp remains in custody. Bond is set at $25,000 cash or surety.
Falls City art competition accepting original artwork - The Sabetha Herald
The Richardson County Arts and Humanities Council has issued a call for entries for the 2018 regional art competition and exhibition. Selected works will hang in the Stalder Gallery of the Falls City, Neb., Library and Arts Center from Nov. 2 through Dec. 29. An art opening and reception, featuring
Lake Avenue McDonald's closed after fire
Vickie Wallace, director of operations for McDonald's of St. Joseph and Mound City, said she couldn't say when the restaurant could reopen until she knows if a vat fryer needs to be replaced. She said she started throwing away damaged items and cleaning up the restaurant as soon as the St. Joseph Fi
New Nebraska Tourism marketing campaign
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb. (October 17, 2018) – Nebraska may not be on everyone’s bucket list of places to visit, but if you like experiences that are unpretentious and uncomplicated or if you enjoy escaping the big city life for moments of solitude in the open plains, creating your own fun or exploring th