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O'Malley: We need to do better

Ed O'Malley, Republican gubernatorial candidate, was in Chanute Friday for an informal meeting with community leaders. One of 11 declared candidates for the Republican nomination thus far, O'Malley is running on a centrist platform of changing the current government culture in Topeka. "The culture

CHANUTE TRIBUNE - 2017-11-21 04:08:00

Boil water advisory rescinded for Allen County Rural Water District 16

TOPEKA - The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has rescinded a boil water advisory for Allen County Rural Water District 16 in Allen County. KDHE officials issued the advisory because of a line break resulting in a loss of pressure in the system. Failure to maintain adequate pressur

CHANUTE TRIBUNE - 2017-11-21 04:07:00

Thayer woman uninjured, Wichita couple life-flighted in separate crashes

A Thayer woman escaped injury in a two-vehicle collision with a deer Wednesday, the Labette County Sheriff reported. An unknown vehicle was southbound on US-169 a half-mile south of 27000 road in Labette County when it collided with a deer at 7:23 am Wednesday and knocked it into the path of a 2016

CHANUTE TRIBUNE - 2017-11-21 04:07:00

Turkey Day Dash set for Thanksgiving Day

More than 500 people have signed up for Walnut Elementary School's 7th annual Turkey Day Dash next week. The 5K fun run/walk is set to begin at 7:30 a.m. Thanksgiving Day at Walnut, 801 Grove Ave. With a sunny forecast ahead, Principal Jami Dakin said she was expecting to see even more people signin


City agrees to give building to LCC

Parsons city commissioners on Monday agreed to give Labette Community College an empty building for use in a proposed industrial painting program. The commissioners met with LCC's Linseh Johnson, director of workforce education, career training and personal enrichment, during their regular Monday ev

PARSONS SUN - 2017-11-21 03:50:00

Zimbabweans say Mugabe must quit now, but more talks planned

HARARE, Zimbabwe - Giddy with joy and finally free to speak out, vast throngs of demonstrators turned Zimbabwe's capital into a carnival ground on Saturday in a peaceful outpouring of disdain for President Robert Mugabe and calls for him to quit immediately. Still clinging to his now-powerless post,


'We're people, too': Homeless file $2.5M claim against Marysville

About 30 homeless residents huddled under umbrellas Monday, signing a letter to accompany a $2.5 million claim filed against Marysville officials. Raelynn Butcher - once known as the "mayor" of the former Hollywood homeless encampment, who has acted as a liaison between the city and the homeless - f

APPEAL-DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-21 04:26:00

No Easy Solution for Deadly Stretch of Highway 70

BUTTE COUNTY -- A stretch of Highway 70 between Marysville and Oroville has been nicknamed "Blood Alley" because of a number of deadly crashes that have happened over the last decade. Some crashes can be blamed on the highway's outdated design, but the California Highway Patrol says careless driving

FOX40 - 2017-11-21 02:23:51

Voices: Kris Ramirez - Appeal-Democrat: Opinion

Kris Ramirez, 42, Marysville, walnut inspector, on: What do you like about the Yuba-Sutter area and what would you improve? - "When I go to work in Live Oak, I get to see the Sutter Buttes and they're beautiful." - "More things for kids to do. My son turned 18 and there really is nothing for him to


Susan George: The enduring value of gold mining

Laura Mahaffy/lmahaffy@theunion.com | The Union The dazzling lights, carolers dressed in Victorian attire, and toasty fire pits along the streets of our historic downtowns captivate our senses, taking us back in time to Christmas celebrations as they were in the early 1900s. These holiday festivitie

UNION - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

Teenage boy sentenced for attempted murder of homeless man

The Butte County District Attorney has announced that a 15-year-old boy was sentenced for the attempted murder of an Oroville homeless man that occurred this past February. In a press release sent by Butte County District Attorney Mike Ramsey, it says that the attempted murder happened on Feb. 7


Two dead after crash on Highway 70

OROVILLE, Calif. - The California Highway Patrol (CHP) has confirmed that two people have died after a crash on Highway 70 Sunday night. It happened around 5:30 p.m. near the intersection of Palermo Road and Highway 70. The CHP said two vehicles were involved. We have left messages with Chico CHP to

KRCRTV.COM - 2017-11-20 13:07:16

Two men dead in Sunday crash near Oroville

Oroville >> Two men died Sunday evening after their vehicle was broadsided on Highway 70 near Palermo Road, according to the California Highway Patrol. According to eyewitnesses, Marc Edward Andrews, 47, of Oroville was traveling on Palermo Road when he failed to stop or slow for a stop sign, smash

CHICO ENTERPRISE-RECORD - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

'The Wolves': Theater Review

A high school girls' soccer team warms up to face the large and small challenges of adult life in Sarah DeLappe's debut play, a 2017 Pulitzer finalist. A dizzying whirl of attitude, anxiety and adolescent hormonal volatility practically pings off the walls in Sarah DeLappe's firecracker of a debut

HOLLYWOOD REPORTER - 2017-11-21 02:00:00

Spearfish Canyon Golf Club won't host state tourneys in 2018-19

SPEARFISH - Spearfish Canyon Golf Club will host state high school golf tournaments in 2019 and 2020, one year later than originally scheduled. Original plans were for Spearfish to host the 2018 state A boys' tournament and the 2019 state AA girls' tournament. Those events will be held in Dell Rapid


4 arrests made in armed robbery Friday

SPEARFISH - Four arrests were made Friday afternoon in the armed robbery case that occurred that morning at the Crow Peak Trailhead parking lot. According to the Lawrence County Sheriff's Office, McKaila Gravelle, 19, of Sioux Falls, who is currently a Black Hills State University student; Drevon P

BLACK HILLS PIONEER - 2017-11-20 18:52:00

Then & Now in the Northern Hills

Click on the button below to set up your account or log in if you already have one. Nov. 20, 1907 Mrs. M. W. Read returned Saturday from Belle Fourche where she had been visiting for the past two weeks. While absent, Mrs. Read also visited in Deadwood and Lead and at the VVV Ranch. The phonograph sh

RAPID CITY JOURNAL - 2017-11-20 10:00:00

Deadwood selected for wildfire risk reduction program

DEADWOOD - The city of Deadwood is one of only eight new communities across the country selected to receive technical assistance in 2018 under a national program that helps reduce the impacts from wildfires, including risks and costs. The Community Planning Assistance for Wildfire (CPAW) program off

BLACK HILLS PIONEER - 2017-11-20 18:49:00

Traffic signals still a 'few weeks out yet' at Exit 14

SPEARFISH - Stop-and-go traffic at Exit 14 will continue to be enforced using stop signs: The installation and activation of traffic signals at the exit are still a few weeks out, according to the South Dakota Department of Transportation. "Crews need to finish connecting the southbound lanes and th

BLACK HILLS PIONEER - 2017-11-20 18:51:00

This Sturgis woodworking business is crafting its own rebirth

STURGIS | Jamey and Amber Nehring are all about salvaging old wood and turning it into new and useful things and helping to rebuild lives. That's what they do. Even the name of their Sturgis woodworking business, Renatus, is based on the latin word for reborn. "This is both our name and mission as w

RAPID CITY JOURNAL - 2017-11-20 13:00:00