$350k drug bust in southeast Kansas…and other headlines: September 30, 2016

The KBI announces more than $350-thousand dollars of drugs have been seized after a raid on a house in Pittsburg. The man who lived there is also in custody. Police found Ecstasy tablets ... Continue Reading →

CCC volleyball in sole possession of 1st place after big win against Seward County

(Credit: Doug Johnson, Public Information Director, Colby Community College) The Colby Community College Lady Trojans volleyball team took possession of first place in the Jayhawk Conference ... Continue Reading →

Today in Kansas Report Headlines: September 29, 2016

A civilian worker accused of setting a co-worker on fire at a health center at Fort Leavenworth faces more charges in a new indictment. Those include assault with intent to commit murder ... Continue Reading →

Judge says lawyers deserve pay from the State…and other headlines: September 28, 2016

A federal judge orders the state to pay nearly $300-thousand to attorneys who successfully challenged Kansas’ ban on same-sex marriage. The state didn’t dispute the amount. The ... Continue Reading →

Colby Equestrian team hosts show Oct. 1-2

(Story provided by Doug Johnson, CCC Public Information Director) The Colby Community College Intercollegiate Horse Association (IHSA) team will host their home western show Oct. 1-2 ... Continue Reading →

Army fires Fort Riley commander…and other headlines: September 27, 2016

The U.S. Army now says it has fired the commander of Fort Riley and is continuing an investigation that was opened last week at the base in Kansas. Details are still under wraps, with ... Continue Reading →

Governor’s team discontinues quarterly economic report…and other headlines: September 26, 2016

Governor Brownback’s economic advisory council has discontinued a quarterly report that had been developed to ensure a timely analysis of the administration’s economic policies. ... Continue Reading →

Judge to decide on counting votes…a high speed chase on I-70…and other headlines: September 22, 2016

A Kansas judge doesn’t immediately decide whether to permanently force Secretary of State Kris Kobach to count all votes in local and state elections by residents who registered at ... Continue Reading →

CCC Cross Country teams off and running

The Colby Community College men’s and women’s cross country teams topped other community colleges competing at the Sept. 15 Fort Hays State University Sand Plum Invitational in ... Continue Reading →

Kansas ag groups pushing to lift trade embargo with Cuba…and other headlines: September 21, 2016

Several ag groups in Kansas collaborate to push for the lifting of the trade embargo with Cuba. The coalition includes representatives of the Kansas Wheat Commission, Soybean Association, ... Continue Reading →
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