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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
Amtrak dropping plans to replace Chief route with bus service line, for now
According to federal lawmakers from Colorado, New Mexico and Kansas, Amtrak will drop its plan to convert a segment of the Southwest Chief rail line between Dodge City, Kansas and Albuquerque New Mexico to bus service.Amtrak’s proposal stemmed from repairs needed to a 219-mile (352-kilometer) sectio
Garden City police investigate death of 16-year-old girl
GARDEN CITY, Kan. (KWCH)The Garden City Police Department is investigating the death of a 16-year-old girl.Police say around 8:45 a.m on Sunday, officers were called to the 2500 block of Labrador Blvd where the teen was found unresponsive.The girl was transported to St. Catherine Hospital, where she
2-vehicle accident sends 1 to SWMC
Emergency crews were called to the scene at approximately 8:37 a.m. Tuesday on U.S. Hwy 83 approximately one half mile south of EW 2, which is approximately seven miles north of Turpin, Okla., according to a report from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Lamar Police Report: Man cited for harassment after reportedly threatening to kill
Oct. 12Officer took a report of harassment involving a threat to kill a party if an item is not returned.Kevin Casey, 26,was cited for harassment into Municipal Court.While on patrol in the 1500 block of S 8th St. code enforcement officer observed three mastiff dogs running at large. The dogs were r
Distracted Driving Accident Injures Turpin Woman
An early morning accident on Highway 83 has injured a Turpin woman. The accident occurred at approximately 8:37am Tuesday morning 7 miles north of Turpin on Highway 83 when a 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe SUV which was heading north, and was being driven by Tamera Holdeman, 50, of Turpin Ok, became distract
A fight in the field changed one Kansas farmer’s way of thinking and is saving the Ogallala Aquifer
In an effort to extend the life of the Ogallala Aquifer, Finney County farmer Duane Roth has pledged to cut back his water use, and he is seeing results. For instance, last year on his operation near Holcomb, he cut back his water use from 12 inches of water to 6 inches. His cousin, who has circles
Winter Grazing Prospects Look Bright In Southern Plains – DTN
For now, the Southern Plains is flush with moisture, a statement that couldn’t be said about the region very often in recent years.
Western Kansas Manufacturers Association announces annual scholarship winners
Western Kansas Manufacturers Association, sponsor of the 3i Show, is proud to continue their support of western Kansas students furthering their education at area community colleges, technical colleges and universities through their annual scholarship program. The scholarships are for freshman stude
Moscow’s Luis Jimenez Wins Billy’s 10 Best Scholarship
Moscow’s Luis Jimenez is the sixth winner of the Billy’s 10 Best Scholarship. Wagner was introduced as the winner during Thursday night’s On the Sidelines at Billy’s. Jimenez is a defensive end and offensive end for the Wildcats. He also participates in track, basketball, and cross country.
Lamar Police Report: Accident at Lamar Community College
Oct. 11Officers were called to the 700 Block of South Mullen Street on a possible suicidal person. Subject was contacted and found to be intoxicated but was not attempting to harm themselves.Code enforcement officer responded to 500 N First St. concerning a doa gray and white cat. The cat was taken
Kansas City woman accused of fatally stabbing teen outside apartment complex
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- An 18-year-old woman has been charged in connection to fatally stabbing a teenager last week.Heaven Redick was charged Saturday night with second-degree murder and armed criminal action.Alaysia Nelson, 18, was killed in the stabbing that happened Oct. 9 in the 9300 block of
Kansas Schools Having Increasingly Difficult Time Finding Teachers - The Salina Post
“I have calls from superintendents that say, ‘Man, what’s going to happen to me if I don’t get a person in this position?’ ” said Susan Helbert, the assistant director for teacher licensure at the Kansas State Department of Education. “Well, actually nothing is going to happen except I need to know
Alligator found underneath car in Kansas, police say
An alligator was discovered beneath a vehicle in Olathe, Kansas, on Monday, police said in a Thursday Facebook post.(Olathe Police Department)This critter isn’t staying in one Kansas city for long.
Kansas State Fair's new director looks ahead
Jennison says another challenge will be to repair Bison Arena, which has at least $5 million in deficiencies. He says the fair's board hasn't decided what to do with the iconic, but outdated building.
Ghost tours and other lore in the Kansas City area and beyond
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Ghosts, ghouls, spooks and more — if you want to find something to make you rethink your surroundings, a ghost tour is only a few steps away.
Two Alligators Found In Kansas In One Day
OLATHE, Kan. — It’s not every day 2 alligators are discovered in the landlocked state ofKansasin the same day, yet that happened this past week.
Kansas Secretary of State voting machine records sketchy
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s office failed to produce records this summer showing it had certified the voting equipment used by hundreds of thousands of Kansans.State statute requires the Secretary of State to certify equipment before it is purchased by counties and to keep such certifica
85 million-year-old sea monster found in Kansas
A "neonate-sized Tylosaurus specimen" (a type of mosasaur), has been identified and examined, with researchers looking at broken bones, including its snout, braincase and upper jaw.
Wichita Homeschool is one of Kansas’ best teams and one of its most misunderstood
The Wichita Homeschool Warriors entered Week 6 undefeated, outscoring opponents by 232 points. They have players from Yates Center, Pratt, El Dorado and Ponca City, Okla. They all meet up in Wichita four times a week to play 8-man football.