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Woodcarving Classes

Woodcarving Classes

April 22, 2015

A series of woodcarving classes are in the planning stages at the Minneapolis Public Library. These classes will offer an opportunity to learn the fascinating art of woodcarving with Master Carver, Kevin Baxter. A 5th generation woodcarver, Baxter has been carving for 45 years. He began at the age of nine, apprenticed under his father. […]

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In Good Hands at Serenity Massage

In Good Hands at Serenity Massage

April 22, 2015

Customers might come to Serenity Massage highly stressed with aches and pains, but leave calm, content, peaceful, and energized once owner Stacey Gawith gets her hands on them. “I’ve been seeing Stacey since she opened her business about a year ago and I have to say, she’s very good at what she does,” said Pat […]

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Citywide Clean-Up

Citywide Clean-Up

April 22, 2015

The Minneapolis Housing Committee is organizing a citywide clean-up campaign in preparation for a possible visit from state officials who will decide if the city receives up to $300,000 in housing rehabilitation and demolition funds. The city is applying for a Community Development Block Grant that could dramatically extend the flurry of home improvements brought […]

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Meet Your Family and Consumer Science Agent, Leah Robinson

Meet Your Family and Consumer Science Agent, Leah Robinson

April 22, 2015

As someone once said, ‘Knowledge is of two kinds. Either we know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information on it.’ These days, when a question comes up, a common response is, ‘Google it’. However, this may not be the best advice. The K-State Research and Extension Central Kansas District (CKD) […]

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New CTI Dealership

April 22, 2015

CTI John Deere in Clay Center began a new chapter with a formal groundbreaking ceremony for a new $7 million dealership to be constructed west of Clay Center. The 51,000 square-foot facility is projected to be completed by the end of 2015, offering more than four times the space of the current Clay Center location. […]

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District Court

April 15, 2015

Marriage licenses were issued to Timothy Korbe and Jami Isbell, Joshua Muller and MoLee Owens, and Ashly Nicholson and Jeffrey Doering. Criminal: Michael Robinson, Concordia, was found guilty of possession of controlled substances and was sentenced to 12 months in KDOC, suspended, with 12 months supervised probation and to pay $543.00 in costs and fees. […]

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VFW Auxiliary

April 15, 2015

VFW Auxiliary 3201 members met April 6 with Pres. Corinne Schur presiding. Communications included Dept. Pres. Sherri Jeffrey’s message and a letter from 4th Dist. Pres. Marsha LaRosh. The 4th District VFW and Auxiliary Spring Convention will be in Salina on April 18. Americanism Chrp. Baccus reminded everyone to get out and vote. The east […]

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DHS Alumni Association Holds Reunion Meeting

April 15, 2015

The Delphos High School Alumni Association officers met on April 7 in Salina to plan for the DHS banquet to be held Memorial Day weekend, May 23. The Delphos Museum will be open that afternoon from 3-5 p.m. There is a room that contains only DHS memorabilia, plus other interesting pieces of Delphos history including […]

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FB Crops and Cattle Meeting

April 15, 2015

Ottawa County Farm Bureau will be hosting a meeting on crop and cattle marketing basics at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 22 in the courthouse basement. Information will be provided on the basics of marketing a crop at the elevator; the differences between a put option and a call option; and tips on marketing cattle. […]

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Huelskamp Holds Town Hall in Minneapolis

Huelskamp Holds Town Hall in Minneapolis

April 15, 2015

Representative Tim Huelskamp conducted a town hall meeting on April 8 in Minneapolis. During the nearly hour long session, he discussed a number of topics with local constituents, and offered pointed criticism of his own party. Mr. Huelskamp expressed his continued concern over the growth of the nation’s debt and Congress’s unwillingness to address it. […]

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