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Little Learners Preschool set to open in Horton
Editor's Note: The following is a submitted business article, provided by Reinvent Horton. The group has sponsored articles for several years on local businesses as part of the Reinvent Horton effort.Hometown girl Lexi Merz always knew that she wanted to work with children. Before graduating from hi
Memories 8.15.2018 - The Sabetha Herald
The Seneca Courier-Democrat has discovered that our assessment is a thing of inconsistency and an altogether luminous example of injustice and inequality. After noting a long string of inconsistencies in the assessment of this year, our contemporary proceeds to berate the law. What’s the matter with
Fairfax teen seriously injured in crash
A Fairfax teenager suffered serious injuries in a one-vehicle accident near Rock Port Tuesday evening.According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a 17-year-old male was headed south on Route J -- about four miles southeast of Rock Port -- around 6:15 p.m.The vehicle traveled off the west side of
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.
Court Updates: Seth Harrell - The Sabetha Herald
According to Nemaha County Attorney Brad Lippert, Seth Harrell, 19, of Sabetha withdrew his appeal of his original sentence, when he appeared in court Monday, Aug. 13, before Judge John Weingart.
District welcomes new principal, teachers - The Sabetha Herald
New teachers to the Prairie Hills USD No. 113 district for the 2018-19 school year gather for a photo Tuesday morning, August 14. Pictured are FRONT ROW (L-R) Keyanna Kocher, Marshalla Allen, Tresa Burger, Nicole Mann and Johanna Brockhoff.
Highland contamination cause remains unknown, state says
Theresa Freed, deputy secretary of public affairs for the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), said Wednesday morning the specific cause of the illness remains under investigation. However, she said, test results to date affirm suspicions first announced on Monday that the victims are
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.
Sabetha City Commission: City accepts bid for Sixth Street repair - The Sabetha Herald
If all goes as planned, construction on Sixth Street could begin in about a month, said City Administrator Doug Allen at the Sabetha City Commission meeting on Monday, Aug. 13.
USD No. 113 improves crisis plan, training - The Sabetha Herald
At the end of the 2017-18 school year, while Superintendent Todd Evans said safety was a priority in the district he also said the district was in need of additional training and an updated plan. This came at a time when tragedies were happening around the country, and locally Axtell, Marysville and
Calvary Temple resumes Wednesday night CT Kids ministry
Calvary Temple resumes its CT Kids ministry this Wednesday night at 6 p.m. CT Kids is a ministry to children and youth from pre-K through high school. We have a large group lesson with all and then we break up into small groups based on age to spend time reinforcing the lesson of the night and doing
'Indian tacos' blamed in mass sickness at Doniphan County church
ATCHISON, Kansas — At least 50 people were sickened in Highland, Kansas, after sharing a dinner at an area church, with four hospitalized at Mosaic Life Care.
Brown County Fair results: Modern Sunflowers
The following are Brown County Fair results for the Modern Sunflowers. Watch the Hiawatha World for more fair results.Anna Sellend:costumed pet-purple; chicken-purple; jr. place setting-purple; beach Jell-O-purple; ranch crackers-purple; showmanship-blue; class 2 market hogs-blue; pee-wee showmanshi
Fall city wide clean up day set for Sept. 22
The City of Hiawatha is sponsoring it's Fall City Wide Clean Up Day on Saturday, Sept. 22.The clean-up site will be located at the City Public Works property at 912 Hiawatha Ave - entrance off Miami Street. Items will be accepted from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.Bob Spicer Salvage will be at this location to ac
Are you wasting time? - The Sabetha Herald
Do you regularly push yourself to the limit? Do you feel the burn with each rep? Do you have nothing left to give when it’s over?
Wild Times: Do it quickly, Part IV - The Sabetha Herald
I did not sleep well that night. Morning could not come quick enough. Breakfast was polished off, and it was time to practice with the tranquilizer gun. My guide for the hunt hobbled over to his truck and removed his arm from the sling and retrieved the rifle. He did not talk much and always had a v
Grazing plans - The Sabetha Herald
This last session applies to everyone who grazes livestock without fence and water. Rod Schaub, Frontier Extension District livestock agent, will be discussing fencing options with a showcase of all the latest gadgets for electric fencing. He will be followed by Will Boyer, water quality specialist,
The Secret - The Sabetha Herald
When I was a kid I was always in trouble, most of my free time was spent at home because i would get in trouble if I was allowed to leave the house. What can I say, I was a little shit. Anyway, so what did I do with my free time? I drank coke and ate snacks! I honestly don’t know how I didn’t gi
Hiawatha Fire Department receives grant
“The radios will be an asset to the department to stay up to date on calls, as no member of the department utilizes 800 MHz radios," said Fire Chief Ryan Shockley.
Possible Outbreak of Salmonella Infections Associated with Indian Taco Dinner in City of Highland | Food Poison Journal
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) and Doniphan County Health Department (DCHD) are currently conducting an outbreak investigation associated with an election day Indian Taco Dinner at the Highland United Methodist Presbyterian Church in Highland, Kan., on Aug. 7.