Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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Members of the the 2018 Hanover Red T-ball team are, front row, from left to right, Wyatt Steinfort, Carter Jueneman, Weston Sedlacek, Lake Kiekafer, Parker Bruna, Nick Jueneman, and Ben Jueneman; second row, Isaac White, Davis Becker, Blake Jueneman, Will Holle, Kendon Jueneman, and Tyson Jueneman... + continue reading
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BY DAN THALMANN The boys T-ball league championship game on Friday at Hanover was a nail-biter, with the Hanover Blue and Linn Blue teams both holding leads during the first three innings. But the score evened up into a 15-15 tie after four innings, and in what was supposed to be the fifth and... + continue reading
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BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Managing editor Dairy cattle have been a part of Ryan Nelson’s life since before he was born. As he tells it, his grandmother Jeannette Stewart was still anxiously awaiting the birth of her first grandchild in a Lincoln, Neb., hospital when 6 p.m. rolled around. It... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
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BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Managing editor Bags of household trash aren’t being burned or buried at the county landfi ll. And all of the junk taken in during the free clean-up days? It may look like a mountain when it comes in, but it can be compressed in a landfi ll cell over and over again so... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
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Sixteen bull riders tested their skill at the Washington County Rodeo last weekend. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://etypeservices.com/Washington%20County%20NewsID441/ + continue reading

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BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Managing editor The annual Hanover Days of ’49 is this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 21-23. A carnival, two parades, musical entertainment, fireworks, food stands and a beer garden are a few of the things scheduled for the... + continue reading
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Effort intended to help with security at the school BY CHRIS PANNBACKER Special to the WC News The USD 108 board voted to replace door handles and locks in the high school building when it met Monday night in the board meeting room. Present were Joe L... + continue reading

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Jerome and Beverly Miller, Morrowille, are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on June 15 with a card shower. The couple has four children, Rene (Larry) Asher, Shawn (Kim) Miller, Todd (Amy) Miller, and Pamela (Allen) Virus. They have 11 grandchildren including one who is deceased; and two... + continue reading
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BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Managing editor Leslie Kolman was just a grade school boy from Morrowville when he attended a softball game at Mahaska. He saw a girl there; he remembers what she looked like, but he didn’t know her name.     To read more please log in or subscribe... + continue reading
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BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Managing editor Bill Pannbacker has fi led for the Republican nomination for the 106th District in the Kansas House of Representatives. He was the only person to fi le by the fi ling deadline, which was last Friday; Pannbacker’s only opposition would be a write-in... + continue reading

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BY DAN THALMANN The boys T-ball league championship game on Friday at Hanover was a nail-biter, with the Hanover Blue and Linn Blue teams both holding leads during the first three innings. But the... + continue reading

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By Steve Haynes Kansas Sen. Jerry Moran continues to push for a way to clean up the U.S. Postal Service’s finances and get the lumbering agency back on track. He’s once again... + continue reading