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Daisy Lee Marcy

July 18, 1931 – Nov. 11, 2014

OSAGE CITY—Daisy Lee Marcy, 83, Osage City, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 11 in a Topeka hospital.

She was born July 18, 1931, at Newberry, S.C., the daughter of Charlie and Lillie Caughman. She grew up in Newberry and attended the Newberry schools.

She married Harry S. Marcy, Oct. 21, 1961, at Columbia, S.C. They moved to the Osage City community in 1983. She was a long time member of the Osage City Baptist Temple.
Harry proceeded her in death July 26, 2003.

Whittaker wins KCAC championship

STERLING—Three Osage County runners were among the leaders at the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships Nov. 8 at Sterling College.

University of Saint Mary senior Josh Whittaker, a Carbondale native and 2011 graduate of Santa Fe Trail, led the Spires to a KCAC title, winning the men’s 8K in 25:27.9. USM senior Garrett Colglazier, a SFT graduate from Scranton, placed fifth in the race in 26:07.7. Ottawa University senior Cole Carlson, a 2011 Burlingame High School graduate, finished eighth in the race in 26:23.9.

Berna Dee Bradley

Sept. 24, 1946 – Nov. 9, 2014

BLUE MOUND—Berna Dee Bradley, Blue Mound, died Nov. 9, 2014. She was 68.

She was born Sept. 24, 1946, at Moran, the daughter of Clarence and Helen Emmons Townsley. She was a graduate of Blue Mound High School and Allen County Community College.

She married Tom Bradley Sept. 9, 1966. He survives.

Tigers handle Marion in first round, 61-40

MARION—Dawson Swinehart was apparently set on continuing the playoff tradition at Lyndon High School. The senior ensured Friday night’s game would not be his last, scoring 49 points for the Tigers with seven touchdowns and seven PAT kicks.

“Dawson had a monster game,” said Lyndon coach Brent Hoelting. “He put on a show. He’s nice to have on your side.”

Angela Renee’ Bisceglia

April 26, 1964 – Nov. 6, 2014

KANSAS CITY, Mo.—Angela Renee’ Bisceglia, Kingsville, Mo., Nov. 6, 2014, at a Kansas City, Mo. hospital. She was 50.

She was born April 26, 1964, at Bethany, Mo., the daughter of Edward and Sandra Jarrett Wells. She worked as a beautician.

She married Eddie Bisceglia Feb. 3, 1996, at Kansas City, Mo. He survives of the home.

She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Jim and Florence Wells and Gerald and Rosalie Jarrett.

Area events to honor veterans

County activities and events on and around the Veterans Day holiday, Nov. 11.

Corps to waive day use fees on Veterans Day

WASHINGTON—The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announced today that it will waive day use fees for veterans, active and reserve component service members, and their families at the more than 2,200 USACE-operated recreation areas nationwide on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.

All League Volleyball selections

Flint Hills League

First Team

Alexa Dorcas Lyndon Sr.
Milo Butler Council Grove So.
Lakin Preisner Northern Heights Sr.
Megan Jirak Chase County Sr.
Bailey Whittington West Franklin Sr.
Leah Hiebert Council Grove Sr.

Second Team

Caroline Sprecker Lyndon Sr.
Mikala Potts Chase County Sr.
Sydney Walsh Lyndon Jr.
Chelsea Cowart Herington Jr.
Aubry Flory West Franklin Sr.
Kylie Coble Mission Valley Jr.

Resident questions company’s intentions

VASSAR—Rene Banister, Vassar, visited commissioners Nov. 4 to inform them of complaints she has with a company performing a seismology survey in the area.

“I went out of town on vacation, came home and found survey flags all over my property,” said Banister. “I started checking with neighbors to see if anyone knew anything but nobody did.”

Banister said she then called the sheriff’s office, and they informed her of an earlier complaint of the same nature.


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