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Second Half Taxes Due May 12, 2014 -


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From the Osborne County Treasurer’s Office

This is a reminder that the 2013 second half tax paymentsare due May 12, 2014.  The 2013 tax statements were mailed in November 2013. First half tax was due December 20, 2013 and second half is due May 12, 2014.

Please send the remittance stub from the bottom of the tax statement with payment.  If you cannot find your tax statement, call the Treasurer’s Office for the amount due and the Tax ID# or a copy of the statement can be mailed to you.

If the 2013 first half tax has not been paid there is interest due.  Please call the Treasurer’s Office for the correct amount prior to sending payment.

If you have any questions please call or email the Osborne County Treasurer’s Office at (785)346-2251 or obcotreas@ruraltel.net.

Dara G. Linton

Osborne County Treasurer


 

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Welcome to the Homestead Literature Capital of Kansas - the home of Sod & Stubble and the setting for Sod-House Days. Indians, Mexican bandits, Zebulon Pike, Porky Pig, Russell Stover, Charles "Buffalo" Jones and Walt Disney have also called Osborne County home.

Osborne County is smack-dab in the center of everything! Whether it's shopping, hunting, fishing, biking, taking a tour or just loafing - there's something for every member of the family. Experience our friendly and affordable restaurants, motels, bed & breakfasts, and hunting lodges after you've explored a ghost town or takin in a community celebration. Make plans to attend one of our annual events - the Kansas Storytelling Festival in Downs, Alton's Jubilee, Natoma's Labor Day Celebration, Osborne's Rod Run, or the Osborne County Fair.