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United Patriot Supply opens for business

United Patriot Supply officially opened for business property was purchased from Steve “Bird” Boeding, which is just north of old Lake Nemaha, at 1562 State Highway 63, Seneca, KS. For more of the story, see the Dec. 6, 2023 edition of the Courier-Tribune.

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J-Six gives $500,00 to NVCH campaign

Courtney Schmelzle, Director of the Nemaha Valley Health Care Foundation, announced last week that J-Six Legacy Foundation has made a major commitment to the NVHCF Investing in our Families and Future Capital Campaign. For more of the story – see the Dec. 6, 2023 edition of the Courier-Tribune.

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Ronnebaum recognized with “Water Legacy Award”

Elmer Ronnebaum, General Manager of the Seneca-based Kansas Rural Water Association (KRWA), was named the recipient of the “Water Legacy Award” during the opening session of the Governor’s Water Conference in Manhattan on November 15. For more of the story, see the Nov. 29 edition of the Courier-Tribune!

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Axtell 2023 State Champs

Landon Schmitz blocks for Brandon Schmelzle on a run for an Axtell touchdown. Photo By: Joni Koch For more of the story, see the Nov. 29 edition of the Courier-Tribune!

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NC 2023 State Champions

The Thunder strikes first as sophomore quarterback Carter Hajek scores on Nemaha Central’s opening drive of the 2A State Championship game in Salina on Saturday, Nov. 25. Hajek would go on to score three more touchdowns to ice Nemaha Central’s 28-14 victory over Hoisington. Photo By: Dari Hilbert For more of the story, see the…

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Santa’s coming Friday night

“T’was the night after Thanksgiving and all through the town all the people were gathered, not one wore a frown.” For more of the story, see the Nov. 22, 2023 edition of the Courier-Tribune.

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115 sets hearing on nonresident student policy

A public hearing has been set at next month’s USD 115 board meeting for a proposed policy for determining the number of nonresident students that the district has the capacity to accept in each grade level, and specifying the reasons the board may use to deny enrollment of nonresident students. For more of the story,…

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Recycling Committee has busy year

America Recycles Day is Wednesday, November 15. This is a nationally recognized day that celebrates and promotes recycling in the United States. For more information, see the Nov. 15, 2023 edition of the Courier-Tribune.

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