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Ball field concerns broached at Horton city meeting

The Horton City Commission met for the first time in September, and were joined by President of BG Consultants, Brian Kingsley, and design architect Clint Hibbs. They were present to discuss some differences in the concept drawings that had been presented to the Commission and the budget that was produced.
HORTON, KS
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HCVB gearing up for 107th Annual Halloween Frolic

The Hiawatha Chamber and Visitors Bureau is gearing up for the 107th Annual Halloween Frolic. Mrs. Elizabeth Krebs’ tradition continues as the HCVB and the Hiawatha community continue to honor this woman’s original plan for a frolic to celebrate Halloween. Her efforts were planned to keep the town hooligans from vandalizing her flower beds but her plans grew into something amazing that has put Hiawatha on the map for having the longest running consecutive Halloween parade and frolic.
HIAWATHA, KS
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County Commissioners vote 50 cent increase toward Meals on Wheels

Brown County Commissioners met Monday morning in regular session and among action items approved increasing reimbursement toward Meals on Wheels. Services for the Elderly Director Wanda Davis told the commissioners that Mission Village in Horton, which prepares the meals, is asking for a $1 increase due to the rising cost of groceries. Currently the cost of a meal is $4.50 with the county paying $1.80 of that total.
BROWN COUNTY, KS
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UMB Students of the Month

UMB announces its Students of the Month for September, Evan Myers, a Trinity Lutheran School sixth-grader, and Hailey Gibson, an eighth-grade student at St. Benedict Catholic School. Myers was chosen to represent TLS this month because he is a hard-working student who is willing to help whenever he is needed....
ATCHISON, KS
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Grace Acres Ranch to open for National Alpaca Farm Days

A local alpaca farm will be participating in the National Alpaca Farm Days, opening their gates to the community to come see what the alpaca rage is all about!. On Sept. 25 and 26, alpaca owners from across North America will celebrate the 15th annual National Alpaca Farm Days. Participating...
HIAWATHA, KS
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Sabetha Elementary honored as one of top five schools in Kansas

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Sabetha Elementary School has been honored as one of the top five schools in Kansas according to the 2021 National Blue Ribbon Schools Program. Kansas Governor Laura Kelly says five Kansas schools were named as 2021 National Blue Ribbon Schools. “Congratulations to Grandview Elementary, Ellsworth Elementary,...
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Whiting Weather Forecast

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Whiting: Wednesday, September 22: Sunny during the day; while clear overnight; Thursday, September 23: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Friday, September 24: Mostly sunny during the day; while partly cloudy overnight; Saturday, September 25: Sunny during the
WHITING, KS
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Falls City Daily Weather Forecast

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Falls City: Wednesday, September 22: Sunny during the day; while clear overnight; Thursday, September 23: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Friday, September 24: Mostly sunny during the day; while partly cloudy overnight; Saturday, September 25: Sunny during
FALLS CITY, NE
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Headliners planning Songfest Oct. 3 - tickets now available

The Hiawatha High School Headliners are planning the annual Songfest on Oct. 3. This is an event held every year that involves parents and students who put on a traditional fall meal and entertain the guests with music to raise funds to purchase performance attire for the year's events. This...
HIAWATHA, KS
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Nurse Pleads Guilty to Drugging

A Kansas nurse who texted a co-worker a picture of a dementia patient slumped over in a wheelchair, and then suggested she was responsible and deserved thanks has pleaded guilty to intentionally administering the wrong medication. The Kansas City Star reports that 37-year-old Jennifer Lynn Reavis, of Atchison, is free...
ATCHISON, KS
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Fairview man behind bars after deputies smell weed during investigation

FAIRVIEW, Kan. (WIBW) - A Fairview man is behind bars after Brown Co. deputies smelled weed during a criminal damage to property investigation. The Brown County Sheriff’s Office says on Monday, Sept. 13, deputies were called to Fairview with reports of criminal damage to property. Upon further investigation, deputies said...
FAIRVIEW, KS
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