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Council Views estimates to rebuild Roanoke Street

Rebuilding eight blocks of Roanoke Street has an estimated cost of $3.139-million, Administrator Steve Brooks reported at last week’s Seneca City Council meeting. For more of the story, see the April 10, 2024 edition of the Courier-Tribune either online or pick up a copy of our print issue today!

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Seneca Chapter celebrates 50th

It’s a record to be proud of, as fifty years of wildlife conservation efforts were celebrated last weekend at the annual banquet and fundraiser for the Seneca Chapter of Ducks Unlimited. For more of the story, see the April 10, 2024 edition of the Courier-Tribune either online or pick up our print edition today!

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New license plate design draws 140,000 votes

A new Kansas standard issue license plate design was unveiled last week, chosen by a majority of the public after a week-long voting process that elicited nearly 270,000 votes from Kansans in all 105 counties. For more of the story, see the Dec. 27, 2023 edition of the Courier-Tribune.

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Council agrees to order outdoor Fitness Court

An outdoor Fitness Court should be ready for use early next summer, after approval was given to place the order at last week’s Seneca City Council meeting. For more of the story, see the Dec. 27, 2023 edition of the Courier-Tribune.

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115 Board approves bid for CTE Building

Expenditures totaling over $6.7-million for remodeling of the CTE Building at Nemaha Central High School and an extensive change order were approved at last week’s regular USD 115 board meeting. For more of the story, see the Dec. 27, 2023 edition of the Courier-Tribune.

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Student’s deliver food

Sts. Peter and Paul 5th grade students delivered food items to the Seneca Food Pantry last week. SPPS students collected over 2300 items during their annual food drive.

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K of C collaborates with STEP

The Nemaha County STEP Foundation is excited to announce collaboration with the Seneca Knights of Columbus. For more of the story, see the Dec. 13 edition of the Courier-Tribune.

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