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Site work continues for new hospital additions

The Hearts N’ Things house is no more. The structure was removed to make way for the hospital expansion. Hearts N’ Things moved to a downtown location.

By Dan Thalmann.

A significant amount of dirt work will commence at the southeast portion of the Washington County Hospital property in Washington over the next week. With the former Hearts N’ Things house removed, the former yard to the west of the house will be scraped down to become level with the existing hospital parking lot. The space will become an expanded parking area for the hospital’s main entrance and will also allow for better traffic flow to the future emergency room entrance on the east side of the building.
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Hearts N’ Things demolished to make way for hospital

The house was reduced to a pile of “Boards N’ Things” after the demolition.

By Dan Thalmann.

The Hearts N’ Things house, which was located adjacent to the west of the Washington County Hospital, was demolished on Monday to make way for the hospital’s expansion project. The removal of the house makes way for parking lot space and for better access to the emergency room entrance, which will be added onto the east-central side of the hospital.
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Washington County Hospital

The parking area pavement at the Washington County Hospital has been removed so site work can begin for the first phase of the addition/renovation project that began last week.

Tue
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Site work underway around Washington County Hospital

Colored areas show the different work spaces that will be included on the main floor of the Washington County Hospital, once work is complete. For reference purposes, the bottom right green lab area is the current lobby.

By Dan Thalmann.
Expansive demolition and site work preparation is underway at the Washington County Hospital. Crews with Hutton Construction, Wichita, have been tearing up parking lot pavement and other spaces around the exterior of the hospital, which is located near the east-central edge of Washington.
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Eagles fight to the end, fall to Osborne 34-42

Senior Cortne VanCampen runs around the left side to advance the ball for the Eagles.

By Dan Thalmann.

Tue
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GWE Performance puts performance into auto repair

Gary Edgar, left, owner of GWE Performance, Washington, with employees Alex Alldredge, center, and Jeff Welch. The business performs automotive repairs and performance upgrades.

By Tom Parker.

Tue
03
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Freedom Riders drill team added to Barnes Lighted Horse Parade lineup

By Tom Parker.

BARNES – The Freedom Riders drill team from Concordia will be included in Barnes’ 10th annual Lighted Horse Parade on Saturday, Nov. 30, beginning at 7 p.m. Prior to the parade, a soup supper will be offered at the firehouse from 5 to 6:30 p.m., and for an hour following the parade. A free-will offering applies. In addition, Santa Claus will drop by the Hometown Cafe from 6 to 7 p.m. Downtown businesses such as Sunflower Antiques, the Nook and Our Daily Bread will be open during the evening.
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Angel Tree, food gift boxes need sponsors this Christmas season

The Washington County Ministerial Alliance is once again sponsoring the Angel Tree program at Washington City Hall and banks in Washington, Hanover, Greenleaf and Linn. Each tree has a suggested shopping list for needy recipients within the county. Gifts are then delivered to the United Methodist Church in Washington or to the location where the Angel Tree was selected. Those knowing of individuals or families who need assistance during the Christmas season should call Pastor Randy Jellison-Knock at the United Methodist Church at 785-325-2158.
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Clean Line power line route approved by KCC

HOUSTON – Grain Belt Express Clean Line LLC (Grain Belt Express Clean Line), an affiliate of Clean Line Energy Partners LLC (Clean Line) of Houston, Texas, recently announced that the Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC) unanimously approved an Order granting a siting permit to Grain Belt Express Clean Line to construct the 370-mile Kansas portion of a new 750-mile direct current transmission line. The line will originate near Dodge City, Kansas and traverse north and east to the Kansas–Missouri border. The Grain Belt Express Clean Line will deliver low-cost, wind energy from western Kansas to Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and states farther east that have strong demand for affordable, reliable, clean energy.

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