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Brewster rancher named KLA's December Recruiter of the Month

Thomas County KLA Chair Wayne Carpenter of Brewster was named KLA Recruiter of the Month for December. He signed up three new members at the Northwest Kansas KLA Meeting in Colby and will receive a $50 Cabela's gift card for his efforts. He also will be entered in a drawing for a grand prize at the

HIGH PLAINS JOURNAL - 2018-01-20 14:00:00

Year comes to end with cold temperatures, dangerous wind chills

The day after Christmas brought cold temperatures to northwest Kansas that will likely stick around through the beginning of the new year. The cold temperatures prompted wind chill advisories to be issued across the region from late Tuesday night to late Wednesday. The National Weather Service warne


Syracuse gym opens to rave reviews

SYRACUSE - Nearly two years later than the original construction timeline, the Syracuse Unified School District's massive athletic complex and agricultural program building has finally opened. The Herndon Gymnasium, one of the central pieces to the $6.425 million project, opened in August for the fa


Severe weather possible in NW Kansas

The National Weather Service office in Goodland says there is potential for severe weather in the region this afternoon and evening. There is a potential in northwest Kansas for large hail and damaging winds, and even the possibility of isolated tornadoes. Areas especially prone will be located alon


Kansas Board of Regents lists, sets boundaries for members' conflicts of interest

TOPEKA - Four members of the Kansas Board of Regents acknowledged Thursday business ownership stakes or significant financial ties to higher education institutions necessitating recusals to avoid a conflict of interest. The most extensive potential conflicts involved Dave Murfin, chairman of the Boa


Regents acknowledge conflicts of interest

TOPEKA - Four members of the Kansas Board of Regents acknowledged Thursday business ownership stakes or significant financial ties to higher education institutions necessitating recusals to avoid a conflict of interest. The most extensive potential conflicts involved Dave Murfin, chairman of the Boa


Watkins new Black Hiulls GM

Natural gas provider Black Hills Energy recently named Jerry Watkins to the position of general manager for the company's Kansas operations. Watkins holds the top leadership position in Kansas at the company's natural gas utility level and is responsible for all aspects of managing the company's Kan


Goodland NWS to offer winter weather spotter training

GOODLAND - Many Kansans are familiar with weather spotter training offered in spring by the region's National Weather Service offices, but the Goodland office is offering something new - winter weather spotter training. "This is something we are trying out here at the Goodland office. This idea came


Start Looking: Recent Jobs On The Framingham Job Board

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PATCH - 2018-01-21 01:06:47

Ex-Framingham bus driver says schools retaliated against union reps

FRAMINGHAM - A former Framingham bus driver is taking the city to court, alleging the school district blackballed union reps after it privatized bus service several years ago, forcing them out of their jobs in retaliation for a costly labor complaint. Marlene Jackson, a resident of Beaver Street, cl

METROWEST DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-21 05:01:00

Megliola: A deserving 50-year reunion for Framingham State men's basketball program

During first semester, Bill Irwin, the physical education teacher and athletic director at the time at Framingham State, cobbled together a bunch of guys from gym, asked them if they wanted to play basketball. And if they did, they should show up for a tryout and he would coach the team. By Lenny Me

WICKED LOCAL - 2018-01-20 23:31:37

Dover, Sherborn Academic Achievers

See who's earned honors. Locals make Mass. Bay dean's list Nicoletta Agostino, Sofia Maoogian, Mark Speck and Patrick Wayne of Sherborn have been named to the dean's list for the fall 2017 semester at Mass. Bay Community College. Ballou earns honors at Stonehill Abigail Ballou, a member of the Class

WICKED LOCAL - 2018-01-21 05:01:00

Motor vehicle crash on Concord Road sends two to the hospital: Bedford Police log

The following are excerpts from the Bedford police log for the period of Jan. 12 to Jan. 18. The log is public record and available to review. All persons are presumed innocent unless found guilty in a court of law. Friday, Jan. 12 10:09 a.m.: Police received several 911 calls about a tree blocking

WICKED LOCAL - 2018-01-19 18:45:57

Open Season: MassWildlife proposes mandatory dog leashing

Repeated complaints from MassWildlife's Wildlife Management Area (WMA) users about dog attacks and other unsafe encounters with dogs and dog waste have led MassWildlife to propose leash and waste disposal regulations for dogs on WMAs with a public hearing set for Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. at MassWildlife Fie

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2018-01-20 21:03:34

Malicious Destruction At High School: Framingham Police Log

FRAMINGHAM, MA-The following are excerpts from the Framingham police log. An arrest does not indicate a conviction. Jan. 9 12:20 a.m.: Undesirable, Dunkin Donuts 12:28 a.m.: Disturbed person, 10 Macomber Lane 9:57 a.m.: Animal complaint, 1044 Salem End Road 10:41 a.m.: Disturbed person, Advocates


Iconic Sheraton Framingham Hotel completes $2 million renovation

FRAMINGHAM - When guests walked into the Sheraton Hotel back in the day, they were greeted by staff wearing medieval costumes as part of the theme. While the outside of the iconic facade remains a castle, the inside is modern, and even more so after a recent $2 million renovation. Built in 1972, the

WICKED LOCAL - 2018-01-20 01:56:19

Niles pair found dead had sought help to fix furnace

NILES - About a week before their bodies were found in their home in frigid early January, a pair of Niles residents had sought help to get their furnace fixed. The bodies of Albert Bivins, 81, and his daughter, Patricia Bivins, 55, were discovered by police the evening of Jan. 3 in their home at 62

SOUTH BEND TRIBUNE - 2018-01-20 11:05:00

Benton Harbor man shot at by pedestrians crossing street

BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (WNDU) - On Wednesday, Officers of the Benton Harbor Department of Public Safety responded 28-year-old city resident who had been fired upon while driving south in the 1100 block of Ogden. The victim stated that while he was driving south on Ogden, he observed two males in the

WNDU - 2018-01-21 01:48:00

Death of 24-year-old man in Benton Harbor under investigation

BENTON HARBOR, MI -- Benton Harbor Public Safety officers are investigating the death of a 24-year-old man. Officers responded to a request for assistance from Michigan Department of Corrections in the 500 block of Pavone Street on Thursday, Jan. 18. While checking the residence, officers found the

MLIVE.COM - 2018-01-19 14:50:23

Five Corners in spotlight, again

BENTON HARBOR - Controversy surrounding the intersection of the former Five Corners in Benton Harbor continues, with City Commissioner Ruthie Haralson scolding the city manager for "closing" Michigan Street without City Commission approval. City Manager Darwin Watson said Michigan Street was dead-en

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2018-01-20 11:00:00