Business

Tue
13
Jun

Forshee gets designation

Tammy R. Forshee, of Jamestown, a Modern Woodmen of America representative, has attained the Fraternal Insurance Counselor (FIC) designation.

The FIC title is an educational designation that can be earned by career life insurance representatives associated with fraternal insurance societies.

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Tue
30
May

‘What do you do with 100 extra mules?’

Dane Hansen’s entrepreneurship still benefits Kansans

By Ron Wilson

What do you do with 100 extra mules?

That’s probably not a problem you've dealt with lately, but it’s an interesting sidelight on the early career of a Kansas entrepreneur years ago. He became a titan of Kansas business, a behind-the-scenes leader in the nation's government, and a tremendous benefactor of rural Kansas.

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Tue
02
May

Polansky Seed, Inc

Polansky Seed, Inc., Belleville, made a $1,000 donation to the Republic County FFA for construction of a greenhouse at Republic County High School. From left are Adam Polansky, Mike Baxa, FFA members Christian Tipton, Elly Dahl and Madison Scott, and Adrian Polansky.

 

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Tue
18
Apr

Chipping off the old block

 

Contractors continue to remove debris from the Republic Hotel block this week. All three buildings had basements, where much of the brick and building materials fell on the first day of demo. The south facade of the old bank building is all that remained standing early this week. Solid waste administrator Dusty Zenger said the cost of the landfill cells needed to contain the building is about $27,000, which will be charged to the City of Belleville.

 

 

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Tue
21
Mar

CTI receives River Valley Appreciation Award

Each year the Governing Board of the River Valley Extension District honors an individual, group, or business who has provided outstanding service to the program with the annual River Valley Extension District Appreciation Award. The recipient of the 2017 River Valley Extension District Appreciation Award is CTI, Harley and Darla Adams, and John and Ann Adams.

Concordia Tractor Incorporated was established in 1967 and is celebrating 50 years of service. Harley Adams is an owner partner and the CEO, John Adams is an owner partner and the Concordia Branch Manager, Darla Adams is the offi ce manager, and Ann Adams is in charge of accounts receivable.

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Wed
08
Mar

Club has Faberge egg presentation

Touchstone Study Club met Feb. 13 at the home of Jewelda Scofield. Cohostess was Kathleen Stump.

The business meeting was called to order by President Linda Elliott. The Club Collect was recited. Roll call was “my favorite vacation place”. Seventeen members were in attendance. Two guests, Judy Kuhlman and Elaine Sedlacek, were welcomed.

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Wed
22
Feb

Novy Munden club meets

By Hanna Orr

The Novy Munden 4-H club had their meeting at the Munden Community Building on Feb. 12. The club meeting was lead by Benaiah Rundus. Flag salute was lead by Christian Tipton. Roll call was lead by Eliana Rundus and was “What is your favorite Valentine's Day candy?” There was 11 members, 3 leaders and numerous guests present.

 

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Wed
25
Jan

PV students give back

Instead of a typical last day of school before Christmas break, Pike Valley High School students sparticipated in various community service projects for two hours. Students made 48 sensory bottles to help children calm down. These will be delivered to elementary and preschool students. Ten denim sets of shoe materials were cut out for Sole Hope.
 
Wed
11
Jan

Novy Munden club meets

By Hanna Orr
 
The Novy Munden 4-H club attended the River Valley District Achievement Day Nov. 6. Following the ceremonies the club had an exchange meeting with the Republic County Pioneers.The Pledge of Allegiance was lead by Christian Tipton. Roll call was "What is your favorite kind of pie?"There where 13 members, 3 leaders, and numerous guests present.
 
Wed
07
Dec

GIFTS... selected with care

Young shoppers had a chance to peruse a wide variety of items for gift giving for family and friends at the annual Santa’s Workshop at the Cuba Community Hall Saturday morning. Sponsored by the Cuba Booster Club, individuals and businesses donate items for children to fill their shopping lists. Volunteers help the young people choose gifts and provide wrapping services once they’re done shopping.
 

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