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Fairbury Elks award Hanover students

Fairbury Elks Lodge had its annual honors banquet on May 1. Students from Hanover High School who were recognized included: seniors (seated): Madeline Bruna, Madison Bruna, Elaina White, and Michelle Zarybnicky. Standing (juniors): Jasmine Butler, Cole Meyer, Aliyah Sinn, and Joshua Zarybnicky. Also pictured is school counselor Susan Hagedorn.
HANOVER, KS
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Wheat harvest underway across most of county

Gary Gauby harvests a field of wheat near his farm southwest of Washington on Monday, above. His son Luke, left, unloaded grain from a grain cart to a semi trailer. The Gauby harvest began last week. The harvest is expected to be average to above average, but with record high prices.
WASHINGTON, KS
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Washington to host state pee wee tourney

The state pee wee tournament is coming to Washington July 18-22. The tournament will be going on at the same time as the county fair. On Monday and Tuesday July 18-19, there will be two games each at both the high school diamond and the big baseball diamond. On Thursday and Friday, July 21-22, games will be only at the big baseball diamond. There are no games on Wednesday. According to last…
WASHINGTON, KS
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Senior Braves take three of four on the road

The Hiawatha Senior Legion squad hit the road this week, traveling to Marysville on Sunday and visiting Oskaloosa on Tuesday evening. The Braves got off to a rough start, surrendering 9 runs in the 6th inning of the opener with Marysville, and rallying to within one run of tying things up in the top of the 7th, as they took the 15-14 loss. Hiawatha held a 9-6 lead heading into the bottom of the 6th, but ran out of pitching late as the team tried to manage pitch counts with several players away for the games. Carson Bredemeier went 2-4 for the game, scoring 3 times and driving in 2 runs, with a double and a walk. Xavier Oldham finished 3-5, knocking in 2 RBIs and scoring 3 times. Ashton Rockey was 2-4 with a double, 2 walks and 4 runs scored. Hiawatha threw four pitchers in the game, managing just 3 strikeouts and giving up 5 walks and 14 hits, but allowing just 7 earned runs. The team finished with 8 errors, giving the Marysville squad extra outs and opportunities that they eventually capitalized on.
HIAWATHA, KS
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City of Beatrice assessing lead, copper water lines

BEATRICE – Cities across the United States are being required to determine if there is a significant presence of lead or copper in their public water …a mandate brought on by the Flint, Michigan water crisis. Beatrice Mayor Stan Wirth says the city previously sent out a communication...
York News-Times

Dolphin tankers take their talents to Fairbury

FAIRBURY - The York Dolphins swim team traveled to Fairbury on Saturday, June 18 to compete at the new Fairbury Municipal Pool. Teams in attendance at this meet included all the Kansas-Nebraska Swim League teams- Beatrice YMCA Barracudas, Crete Riptide, Concordia Swim Team, Clay Center Tiger Sharks, Fairbury Wave Breakers, Seward Swim Club, Wilbur Rybie Swim Team and the York Dolphins.
FAIRBURY, NE
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