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DCCC inducts three into Hall of Fame
Dodge City Community College honored three distinguished individuals who have made lasting contributions to the college at the DCCC Hall of Fame induction ceremony Saturday. During the ceremony, held in the DCCC ballroom in front of nearly 100 guests, the college inducted DCCC alum and local busines
Cozy Christmas at the Library this Saturday
The Dodge City Public Library will be hosting "A Cozy Christmas at the Library" on Saturday, Dec. 15 from 2 to 4pm. Activities will include crafts, cookies and hot cocoa or cider, and feature the movie "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" while children wait to get their pictures taken with Santa Claus.
Hugoton hoops swept at Dodge City
The Dodge City Red Demons boys basketball team blew open Tuesday’s game vs. Hugoton in the third quarter, outscoring the Hugoton Eagles 32-15. The Red Demons also started draining 3′s, hitting a total of 15, with 10 in the second half, on the way to a 100-77 win Tuesday night.
CCCC’s Thompson named KJCCC Division I Men’s Player of the Week
Cloud County redshirt sophomore Alvin Thompson has been named the KJCCC Division I Men’s Player of the Week. Thompson had a monster week in a pair of wins for the T-Birds, posting 24 points and shooting over 50 percent in wins over Colby and Dodge City in the span of 72 hours. Thompson has now score
SunPorch of Dodge City accepting donations for Silver Tree Project
Debbie Allen has been involved with the Silver Tree project almost since its inception five years ago. But now, as marketing and community liaison at SunPorch of Dodge City, she is taking it up a notch.
Honor Society welcomes new members
Membership in the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society goes beyond recognition of academic success and a bullet point on a resume. While membership in Phi Theta Kappa does come with high academic standards - PTK requires a minimum 3.5 grade point average – it also implies that a student recognizes the valu
Kansas senator bets on gambling insiders to craft bill for legal sports wagering
The senator chairing the Kansas Legislature’s committee exploring legalization of sports gambling in the state wagered that industry insiders working behind closed doors could work out agreement on a bill before start of the 2019 session in January.
Bomb threat hoax extends across Kansas
Wichita, Kansas (KSNW) - WIchita Police say even though they got multiple calls about bomb threats across Wichita on Wednesday, the threats do not appear to be serious. "All I can tell you is that we've received phone calls to 911 to reference threats that were made. Bomb threats that were made," sa
Timekeeping in the old west
It's hard to image, but at one time you could live in or near Dodge City and be an hour ahead or behind your closest neighbor. Before 1883, it was more confusing than that as each town and city in the U.S. and Canada, including Dodge City, had its own time based on the position of the sun. When the
KHP: Man dies after driving into frozen water in Gray County
GRAY COUNTY, Kan. (KWCH) A 34-year-old Ingalls man died in a single-vehicle crash Friday morning in Gray County. The Kansas Highway Patrol says the crash happened shortly after 10:30 a.m. on County Road 2, north of U-56.
Toby Keith Reflects on the 25th Anniversary of His Breakthrough Hit, 'Should've Been a Cowboy'
Toby Keith found himself in Dodge City, Kans., one evening in the early '90s before he hit the big time, and the artist had Gunsmoke — the classic CBS western set in that city — on his mind.
Ingalls man dies after driving into frozen water in Gray County
GRAY COUNTY, Kan. (KSNW) - An Ingalls man passed away after a single-vehicle crash in Gray County Friday morning. The Kansas Highway Patrol said the crash happened around 10:30 a.m. Friday on County Road 2 just north of U-56.
T-Birds down Dodge City, 90-81
The Cloud County Community College men's basketball took another positive step Friday evening, earning its second consecutive KJCCC win with a 90-81 victory over Dodge City Community College inside Arley Bryant Gymnasium.
Kansas Latino Voter Crackdown Double Take
In fairness, after a ruckus over Dodge City, Kansas clear lack of access . . . Here's the big picture and counter-argument from a leading local conservative. Checkit:. Those who google "voter suppression" and "Kobach" will be treated to 133,000 stories, many of them awash in hysteria, that contain b
Wine and Cheese fundraiser raises $5,100
The Wine and Cheese fundraiser for the Dodge City Public Library hosted by the Dodge City Library Foundation in late October was a success with over $5,100 raised to go toward library programs and projects.
Kansas man killed in single-vehicle crash near Ingalls
INGALLS, Kan. (AP) - Authorities in southwestern Kansas say an Ingalls man has died in a single-vehicle crash in Gray County. Television station KSNW reports that the crash happened around 10:30 a.m. Friday on a county road in Gray County.
Dodge City, Kansas Homeowners: Need to Sell Fast? Here’s How to Do It
Breaking news for Dodge City, Kansas homeowners: If you need to sell your home quickly, there is a new strategy available for you. While the traditional process of listing your home with a real estate agent will often take 90 days or more, now there is a new strategy that can help you sell in 30 day
Dodge City woman killed in Scott County crash
KSN File PhotoSCOTT COUNTY, Kan. (KSNW) - A 39-year-old Dodge City woman died in a three-vehicle crash Monday night in Scott County. It happened just after 7 p.m.According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, a 2017 Camry was southbound on U.S. Highway 83 and attempted to pass a semi. A 2015 Ford E450 was
Kansas man dies after pickup crash into frozen water
GRAY COUNTY — One person died in an accident just after 10:30a.m. Friday in Gray County. The Kansas Highway Patrol reported a 2004 Ford Ranger driven by ,Nicholas Scott Davidson, 34, Ingalls, was north bound on County Road 2 just north of U.S. 56.
District Chief Judge Van Hampton to retire
TOPEKA — Chief Judge Van Hampton of the 16th Judicial District will retire Dec. 31.