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Election Guide: Adam Smith (R-Kansas House District 120)

Farmer/Rancher,B.S. from Kansas State University,8 years County Commissioner (Wallace County)2 years State Representative 120th District


1972 Lee Mac Trailer For Sale

Vintage 1972 Lee Mac Oberlin camper trailer, “Dottie”. Measures only 10 ft. long and 13ft. long total with tongue. 7′ wide and 7 1/2′ high. All original inside..hasnever been painted..paneling, drawers, original gas stove (works), sink, kitchen table, floors and ice box. Crank out windows with scree


CO Goodland KS Zone Forecast

CO Goodland KS Zone Forecast for Thursday, October 18, 2018—————365 FPUS53 KGLD 182145


Kansas Game Wardens investigate alleged crane poaching

On Tuesday in Eastern Wallace County, Kansas Game Wardens found several Sand Hill cranes poached and left to rot, according to a social media report. If you have any information about this incident please contact the Wallace County Game Warden at 785-342-7382 or Operation Game Thief at 1-877-426-384


NE Goodland KS Zone Forecast

NE Goodland KS Zone Forecast for Monday, October 22, 2018—————145 FPUS53 KGLD 221409 AAA

HASTINGS TRIBUNE - 2018-10-22 14:11:12

Suspect Wanted on Warrants Arrested in Liberal

On October 16th, 2018 a Seward County Sheriff’s Deputy spotted a 23 year old male, who was wanted on three felony warrants. The warrants were out of Beaver County Oklahoma, Finney County Kansas and Seward County Kansas. The suspect was seen driving a vehicle on Pancake Blvd. The Deputy turned around


Young people escape injury in train collision

Trevor Peterson, 16, was driving a 2002 Chevy Suburban and was accompanied by Brooklyn Christensen, 17.


Garden City police warn of Facebook picture scam

"If someone on Facebook, you do not know, asks you to take your clothes off, you probably shouldn’t do it. How do you know if this even a woman on the other end? And remember, these photos/videos will be permanently on the internet," police said in a Facebook post.


Cross country teams headed to state

Going into the meet, Zuege and Assistant Jonathan Beverly felt if the girls ran really well, they had a shot at finishing second but for sure third to earn a ticket to state.


Young softball team looks to next year

Pitchers will also have to develop, she said. All four who pitched in the varsity games, Carissa Hill, Sydnie Allen, Morayah Cupp and Morgan Peterson, were new to varsity competition.


‘Aladdin’ takes to stage twice this Saturday

In the interest of using fewer sets, Hayes purchased the license to use professionally prepared backdrop scenes for the CCS production, which will lead the audience through the various settings of the show. With the help of the school’s Director of Technology Shane Gerhartz and a “short throw” proje


PCHSF Gala to benefit cancer assistance program

PCHS Foundation Administrator Adair Reese said the foundation will be recognizing those who are battling or living with cancer, have beaten cancer, and those who have passed from cancer:


Kansas baseball buff Mark Eberle to speak at historical museum

Kansas baseball historian Mark Eberle, will speak Monday, Oct. 22, at the Barton County Historical Society Museum and Village. This Fort Hays State University professor’s book “Kansas Baseball, 1858-1941” has been placed on the 2018 Kansas Notable Books list.The program starts at 7:30 p.m. at the mu


Pumpkin hunters turn out for opening day at Cox’s Ponds

Saturday was a beautiful day with blue skies, sunshine and a mild breeze, which helped shoot up attendance for opening day at the pumpkin patch at Cox’s Ponds, west of Champion. A fun, colorful medley of food booths, crafts, creepy decorations and pumpkins as far as the eye could see drew in visitor


Russell's Koech Wins FHSU Homecoming King

The king and queen nominees are selected through a combination of scores on their applications, an interview process and a popular vote of the student body, all of which takes place during Homecoming Week.


Deputy Anderson resigns from PCSO

Perkins County Sheriff’s Deputy Angel Anderson has submitted her resignation, effective Oct. 19.She’s served with the department since May 2016. Before that, she worked with the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office for nine years as the victim advocated coordinator.Perkins County Sheriff’s Office is current


After Stalling for Months, HHS Plans to Accelerate 340B Changes

Hospitals suing over the delayed tweaks to the drug pricing program have asked a judge to force the Trump administration to enforce the Obama-era regulation.Since taking office last year, the Trump administration has repeatedly delayed implementation of a rule finalized in the last few weeks of the


Police ask for help to locate 4 suspects in Kansas fraud investigation

According to Garden City Police, two men and two women are wanted for questioning in connection with their fraud Investigation. The vehicles used in this incident are identified as newer model, silver, Toyota Tundra and light blue van.


Boys claim gold at districts

“We are really pleased with their district championship. That has been one of their goals this season and it was nice to see them reach their goal! Matthew Hahn has been focused on medaling at districts, so his 12th place finish was especially gratifying.”


Colo. Parks & Wildlife hunter education taught

District Wildlife Manager Kyle Gordon said the turnout for the course was good, and that, since many hunters get their certification young, about half of the 17 participants were children.