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Hiawatha Invitational Tournament Update – 1/23/18

CLICK TO VIEW THE BRACKET TUES. JAN. 23RD Marysville 54, Hiawatha 19 Valley Center 61, Horton 41 Jackson Heights 67, Atchison 38 St. Mary's 41, Falls City 30 THURS. JAN....

Marysville City Council Meeting Notes – 1/22/18

The Marysville City Council met Monday. A motion was approved accepting the low bid of Ron Schwindamann for $12,800 annually, for three years for...

Vote On Brownback Ambassador Nomination Expected This Week

The U.S. Senate is moving toward a vote on Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s nomination for an ambassador’s post. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell filed a...

Mitchell County Commissioners – January 22, 2018

The Mitchell County Commissioners met on Monday morning at the courthouse in Beloit. Director of Public Works Dale Housh discussed a meter which could be...

Kansas Explorers Next Cook Series Presenters

Marci Penner and WenDee Rowe will present “The Nooks and Crannies of Kansas” as the next event of Cloud County Community College’s Cook Series...

School Closings & Delays For Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Beatrice Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay. No morning preschool. Diller-Odell Public Schools - 2 Hour Delay. Fairbury Public Schools - 2 Hour...

Tipton Man Injured In Local Shooting

On Sunday night at approximately 10:47 p.m. the Mitchell County Sheriff’s Office, Osborne County Sheriff’s Office, Kansas Highway Patrol, Osborne Police Department, Mitchell County...

“Something To Talk About at The Replay Lounge” Takes Stage This Weekend

Tickets are on sale for the Marshall County Arts Cooperative’s eleventh annual musical revue fundraiser, “Something To Talk About at The Replay Lounge,” 7:00...

High Wildfire Danger Predicted For 2018

Officials are warning that 2018 could be another bad year for wildfires in Kansas. The central and southern Plains, including western and southern Kansas, all...

Osborne County Commissioners – January 8, 2017

Present: Alfred Reif, C.W. “Bill” Seaman, Craig Pottberg, and Vienna Janis, County Clerk. Alfred Reif called the meeting to order at 9:04 a.m. Chris Rhodes met...

Kansas Headlines

K-State Veterinary research team receives $11.3 million grant to establish infectious disease research center

MANHATTAN — The National Institutes of Health is awarding a Kansas State University-led team of veterinary researchers with a prestigious five-year, $11.3 million grant...

Governor Laura Kelly takes action on final bills of regular 2020 session

TOPEKA – Today Governor Laura Kelly took action on the remaining eight bills passed by the Kansas Legislature during the 2020 regular session. She...

AG Derek Schmidt: Kansas will appeal voter-fraud decision to U.S. Supreme Court

TOPEKA – (June 2, 2020) – Kansas will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review the decision of a federal appeals court that struck...

Sorghum Checkoff Selects Leadership Sorghum Class V Members

LUBBOCK, Texas (June 2, 2020) – The United Sorghum Checkoff Program has selected 13 members to Leadership Sorghum Class V, a program designed to...

KBI investigates allegation against Riley County Police Department officer

RILEY COUNTY – The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) is investigating after an allegation was made against an officer from the Riley County Police...

Kansas News Service

Kansas Supreme Court Mulling Whether The State Can Police Medical Bills From ‘Air Pirates’

By Celia Llopis-Jepsen - Kansas News Service TOPEKA, Kansas — Fed-up with sticker shock from air ambulance bills, one insurer has pressed its case all the...

Kansas Gov. Kelly’s Emergency Powers Weakened By Lawmakers Who Say She Overreacted To COVID-19

By Stephen Koranda - Kansas News Service TOPEKA, Kansas — In a one-day marathon session that wrapped up a legislative year upended by the coronavirus, Kansas...

The Coronavirus Blew A $650M Hole In Kansas’ Budget, Putting Even School Funding In Jeopardy

By Stephen Koranda - Kansas News Service LAWRENCE, Kansas — When Kansas lawmakers left for an early spring break in mid-March, the state was projected to...

Kansas Educators Worry What Five Months Away From Classrooms Will Do To Schoolkids

By Stephan Bisaha - Kansas News Service WICHITA, Kansas — The summer slide. That’s the annual learning loss that happens when students spend three months away...

Despite Meatpacking Plants’ Efforts, Kansas Workers Say ‘We’re Right Next To Each Other’

By Corinne Boyer - Kansas News Service DODGE CITY, Kansas — In the days leading up to President Donald Trump’s mandate that all meatpacking plants stay open,...