Marquette

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May

Police Blotter

Here are the Marquette Police Department reports from the past week as logged on daily reports provided to the Tribune by the McPherson County Sheriff ’s Office. The Marquette Police Department responded to calls unless otherwise indicated.

Thursday, April 25

 

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Wed
24
Apr

Starlight Club stays busy

The Starlight Literary Club met at 7 p.m. Monday, April 15, at Uhler Memorial Senior Center. There were 11 members present and one guest.

President Janis Larson opened the meeting with devotions, followed by the club collect, Pledge of Allegiance and roll call. Secretary Vicki Young read the minutes of the last meeting. The treasurer’s report was given by Kim Kratzer. All bills were approved to be paid. Brenda Graham volunteered to be the secretary for the next year.

 

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Wed
24
Apr

Police Blotter

Here are the Marquette Police Department reports from the past week as logged on daily reports provided to the Tribune by the McPherson County Sheriff ’s Office. The Marquette Police Department responded to calls unless otherwise indicated.

Thursday, April 18

 

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Wed
17
Apr

Class of 1969 to celebrate 50 years

Courtesy photo

The Marquette High School class of 1969 will celebrate its 50th anniversary. Following the Marquette High School Alumni Banquet Saturday, May 25, members and friends will gather at the American Legion Hall in downtown Marquette. All are welcome to stop by and join the reunion.

 

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Wed
17
Apr

Police Blotter

Here are the Marquette Police Department reports from the past week as logged on daily reports provided to the Tribune by the McPherson County Sheriff ’s Office. The Marquette Police Department responded to calls unless otherwise indicated.

Thursday, April 11

 

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Wed
10
Apr

Annual Egg Hunt April 20

Tribune file photos

The Marquette Chamber is hosting its annual Easter Egg Hunt at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, April 20 in beautiful downtown Marquette

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Wed
10
Apr

USD 444 board approves bid for Outdoor Classroom

The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Education of Unified School District 444 was held Monday, March 18, in the District Office at Little River.

Board members present were: Cory Dieball, Austin Neufeld, Doug Peters, Andrew Porter, Jackie Schafer, Zane Zahradnik and Susan Zeller. Also present were: Superintendent Brent Garrison, Clerk Marsha K. Heinly, Principals Audrey Herbst and Jon Paden, Derrick Herzog, Eric Kratzer, Betsy Lafferty, Chad Lafferty and Kay Mullen.

 

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Wed
03
Apr

Oakley begins city clerk job

JUDI BROWN/Marquette Tribune

City Clerk Brooke Oakley began her new job March 26.

Marquette’s new city clerk, Brooke Oakley, began work Tuesday, March 26.

Oakley was born in Larned and graduated from high school at Macksville. She received a degree in radiology from Hutchinson Community College.

 

 

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Wed
03
Apr

Pipers offers sale of store stock

Steve Piper

Steve Piper’s sale of stock in his family-owned grocery store is continuing.

The proprietor of Piper’s Fine Foods in Marquette recently opened the sale of stock for $5,000 per unit, with a five percent yearly dividend. The dividend is not guaranteed, and no voting rights go along with the purchase of shares.

 

 

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Wed
03
Apr

City purchases ladder truck

Photo courtesy of Dixon Johnson

The Marquette Fire Department is the owner of a truck with a 75-foot extension ladder and a 1,500 gallon water pump tank.

The city of Marquette has purchased a fire truck with a 75-foot extension ladder and a 1,500 gallon tank.

The truck was owned by a private citizen in Wichita, to use in parades and public appearances for his auto repair business. He decided to sell the truck when the taxes on the vehicle became more than he wanted to pay.

 

 

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