KVA announces 2013 All State Teams

  The Kansas Volleyball Association is pleased to announce the 2013 All State Team, Players of the Year, and Coaches of the Year selections for all classifications:   Class 1A- ... Continue Reading →

Tri-state sheriffs offer Halloween safety tips and advice

  The spooky holiday that nearly every child in this country loves (at least until the candy hangover the next morning) is upon us again. Halloween, which can be dated back to ... Continue Reading →

5-year-old dies in Dickinson Co. farming accident

  (Dickinson County, Kan.) A farming accident Wednesday evening has claimed the life of a five-year-old girl from Dickinson County.   According to Dickinson County Sheriff ... Continue Reading →

Oakley-native featured artist at CCC on Nov. 1

  Oakley artist Roy Jessup will be featured at Studio Friday hosted by Colby Community College on Friday, Nov. 1, in Ferguson Hall, rooms #502 and #503.   The event will ... Continue Reading →

Kansas Association of Broadcasters Convention

The Kansas Association of Broadcasters held their annual convention this week in Manhattan. The three day event featured sessions designed for broadcast engineers, management, programming, ... Continue Reading →

Kansas Counties eligible to apply for federal disaster assistance

  President Barack Obama has granted Gov. Sam Brownback’s Sept. 25 request for a federal disaster declaration for a number of Kansas counties affected by severe storms, straight-line ... Continue Reading →

Kansas National Guard engineers deploying to rebuild Colorado roads

  Approximately 75 engineers from the Kansas National Guard will deploy to Colorado to assist in rebuilding highways damaged by recent flooding in that state.   The Kansas ... Continue Reading →

Rebuilt I-70 lanes in Western Kansas officially opened

  State officials this afternoon cut the ribbon to officially open reconstructed I-70 in Sherman County.   The event at the eastbound Travel Information Center west of Goodland ... Continue Reading →

Hoxie, Quinter among communities receiving $2.1 million in funds

  TOPEKA – Ten Kansas communities will share $2.1 million in funding to build moderate-income housing and infrastructure in rural areas. The Moderate-Income Housing (MIH) ... Continue Reading →

Father of dead gay teen killed in tribute walk across the country

  An Oregon man who was walking across the country to raise awareness for bullying died Oct. 9 when he was hit by a semitrailer in eastern Colorado.   Joe Bell of La Grande. ... Continue Reading →
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