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Washington County Commission Meeting Minutes – 7/3/17

The Board of Washington County Commission met in regular session on Monday July 3, 2017 in the commission room at the Washington County Courthouse....

Washington County Sheriff Seeks Information On Door-To-Door Salesman

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has received multiple reports of an individual in the Washington and Hanover area who is attempting to sell cancer...

Injury Accident Near Odell Saturday Sends Man To Hospital

An injury accident was reported near Odell Saturday evening. Ronald Dux, 62, of Beatrice, went off Sage Road between SW 103rd and SW 117th,...

Northeast Kansas Wheat Harvest Wraps Up

Northeast Kansas wheat harvest is mostly wrapped up, with most completed before the July 4th holiday. Dry weather, and fewer wheat acres allowed a...

Boating: Staying Safe On The Water

Area lakes and reservoirs see an increase in recreational boating during the summer, especially on weekends and holidays. According to the United States Coast Guard,...

Kansas Photography On Display at Art Center

"Yes, this is Kansas!" is the exhibition at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art, Marysville. The exhibit opens Thursday, July 6, and closes...

Boil Water Advisory Issued For Nemaha Co. RWD No. 3

TOPEKA, Kan. – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has issued a boil water advisory for the public water supply Nemaha Co....

Marysville USD 364 Holds Public Meeting Wednesday

The overriding consensus of public comments at a meeting Wednesday night of USD 364 patrons was to provide as much tax relief as possible,...

Marshall County Commission Meeting Minutes – 6/26/17

The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular adjourned session with Robert S. Connell, Chairman, David E. Baier and Lynn Feldhausen members and...

Kansas Wheat Harvest Report, Day 13

This is day 13 of the Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports, brought to you by the Kansas Wheat Commission, Kansas Association of Wheat Growers and...

Kansas Headlines

Governor Laura Kelly Signs Executive Order Mandating Masks in Public Spaces

TOPEKA – Governor Laura Kelly today issued Executive Order #20-52 requiring that most Kansans must wear a mask while in public spaces, and in...

Governor Joins Coalition Fighting for Recognition of Equal Rights Amendment as the 28th Amendment to the Constitution

TOPEKA – Governor Laura Kelly has signed onto an amicus brief along with 18 states and the District of Columbia urging the National Archives...

DCF Extends Deadline to Register for Pandemic EBT Program in Kansas

The Kansas Department for Children and Families announced today that it is extending the deadline to register for the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Program (P-EBT)...

Governor Kelly Announces FY 2021 Allotment Plan

Governor Laura Kelly announced today her final plan for adjustments to the FY 2021 budget, which begins on July 1, 2020. “COVID-19 has created new...

KHP: Prepare for Independence Day Holiday and Summer Travel

Many people will celebrate this holiday weekend by hitting the road and traveling to and through Kansas. The Kansas Highway Patrol, Kansas Turnpike Authority...

Kansas News Service

How To Go Back To College In A Pandemic: Face Masks, Social Distancing And Shorter Semesters

By Stephan Bisaha - Kansas News Service WICHITA, Kansas — Gone are the days of sneaking late into a crowded lecture hall. Reading college students'...

More Kansans Are Asking for Mail Ballots While Officials Work To Make Polling Places Pandemic-Safe

By Jim McLean - Kansas News Service TOPEKA, Kansas — Facing the prospect of standing in line at polling places amid the coronavirus pandemic, requests from...

Kansas State, KU Keep Tuition Flat; WSU To Increase 2 Percent

By Stephan Bisaha - Kansas News Service The Kansas Board of Regents approved tuition hikes for four state universities, while the University of Kansas and Kansas State...

Two Men Convicted Of Rape And Murder Of Kansas Children Set For First Federal Executions In 17 Years

By Dan Margolies - Kansas News Service Two men convicted of the rape and murder of Kansas children more than two decades ago are among...

Longer Days, Shorter Semesters: How COVID-19 Will Change Campus Life At Kansas And Missouri Colleges

By Elle Moxley - Kansas News Service Colleges and universities in Kansas and Missouri are rolling out plans for the fall semester, which will look...