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City Looks to Lower Fees with New Garbage Collector
After fourteen years with Waste Connections, city commissioners chose to go a different direction at tonight's meeting after deciding to keep garbage collection voluntary for Nebraska City residents. Had garbage collection been mandated for every household, Waste Connections' proposal of $10.45 per month would have been the cheapest option. Besides wanting to keep trash collection voluntary, the city council opted to continue collecting rent for the transfer station. Under those two conditions...
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Official: Gun Shows Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Played Greater Role in Bombing and Aftermath
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K-State Horticulture Field Day in Colby Set for Aug. 13
COLBY, Kan. – Kansas State University will host its 2014 Horticulture Field Day in Colby on Wednesday, Aug. 13 with a little something extra to celebrate. This year marks the 100th....