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Garden City man arrested for distribution of methamphetamine

GARDEN CITY, Kan. (KSNW) - A Garden City man was arrested for alleged meth distribution. The arrest happened Sunday afternoon around 12:15 in the 200 block of Elm Street. A warrant was served by the Garden City/Finney County SWAT team, and 55-year-old William Lundy was arrested. Police said they f

KSN.COM - 2018-03-19 15:57:59

Meth investigation culminates in arrest of GC man

A Garden City man was arrested Sunday in the culmination of an investigation into local methamphetamine distribution. The Garden City Police Department and the Finney County Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at noon Sunday in conjunction with the Finney County SWAT team at the residence of W

GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM - 2018-03-20 02:52:40

Region still dealing with ramifications of alleged mosque bombing plot

The federal trial for three men accused of plotting to bomb a mosque and apartment complex in Garden City began today in Wichita. Their alleged plot laid bare tiny pockets of the ugliest, potentially violent, racism in a region that's seen immigrants drawn to tough meatpacking jobs for decades. The

GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM - 2018-03-20 22:11:01

GCCC showing support of HB2541

Garden City Community College is showing support of House Bill 2541, which proposes that those enlisted in the Kansas National Guard receive 100 percent tuition assistance at Kansas colleges. During Tuesday's GCCC Board of Trustee meeting, Eric Hollingsworth with Pittsburg State University's ROTC pr

GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM - 2018-03-21 03:02:34

Coalition to address childcare shortage

A child advocacy initiative is developing to address the shortfall of childcare providers in Finney County, and a coalition of officials spanning human resources to public health are determined to take the bull by the horns. Darlene Lucas, Finney County human resources director, said during Monday's

GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM - 2018-03-20 17:12:42

Downtown Vision looks to future with new director

Garden City Downtown Vision's annual meeting Monday night highlighted new events that the organization began in 2017, as well as plans for the future when a new executive director is hired. Deb Oyler, Downtown Vision board president, said the search for a new director is underway, and from a list of

GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM - 2018-03-20 04:23:07

Hunter's education course April 8 at GCCC

A hunter's education class will be held at 9 a.m. April 8 at Garden City Community College. The class is organized by Finney County Game Warden Angie Reisch and sponsored by GCCC and the Sand and Sage Rifle Club. The morning session will begin at 9 a.m. in the GCCC Academic Building Lecture Hall. St

GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM - 2018-03-20 02:58:43

Highway work in Garden City beginning Monday

Kansas Department of Transportation will begin removing medians on U.S. 50/400/50-Business on Monday to facilitate oversize loads that frequently enter and exit U.S. 50 on the east side of Garden City. Work will reduce U.S. 50 Business (Fulton Street) westbound to one lane during the project from t


GC woman convicted of child abuse given probation

A Garden City woman convicted of child abuse in February was sentenced to 36 months of probation and 50 hours of community service last week after entering a plea deal. Kiala Pollman, 27, was arrested in August with her then boyfriend, 32-year-old Elias Allen, on allegations of attempted second-degr


Gravity Wellness Spa opens at new location

Gravity Wellness Spa has recently opened at is new location, and is now offering services that cannot be found at any other place in the region. Gravity Wellness Spa, which is a medical health spa and focuses on a holistic approach to looking more confident and improving conditions such as rosacea,


Coalition prioritizes widening U.S. 400 to four lanes

TOPEKA - A coalition of city and county leaders in southwest Kansas urged legislators Wednesday to prioritize funding to widen two-lane highways in the region with a history of fueling deadly crashes. Doug Smith, a representative of Garden City, Dodge City and Liberal's Southwest Kansas Coalition, t


Growth will come at a price under new law

A bill unanimously passed by the Legislature and signedd last week by Gov. Jeff Colyer will require growing cities to reimburse electric cooperatives for the revenue and territory lost through municipal annexation of serviced lands. With no opposition by lawmakers, the bill that was reached through


Inseparable dog, ram adopted

After a week at the Finney County Humane Society, a 2-year-old Great Pyrenees/lab mix dog and an adult ram who have struck an unusual bond have been adopted, and will remain together. According to a Saturday post on the FCHS' Facebook page, the pair was adopted by City on a Hill, an organization in


ACT prep class March 24 at GCCC

Garden City Community College will have an ACT prep class on March 24. The purpose of the class is to help students prepare to take the ACT test as it offers strategies for increasing ACT test scores, which in turn helps with scholarship applications and college admission. Students will learn valuab


Hands named Kansas Stockman of the Year

Sam Hands, Garden City, Kansas, is the 2018 Kansas Stockman of the Year. He was honored at the recent 48th Annual Stockmen's Dinner in Manhattan. During the award presentation, industry friends and his family recognized Sam for his contributions to the beef industry. Speakers described him as a lead


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These meetings are open to the public under Kansas law. Portions of the meetings may be closed to the public, but only under specific exemptions cited in Kansas law. MONDAY, MARCH 19 FINNEY COUNTY - Finney County Commission: 8:30 a.m. in the commission meeting room at the County Administrative Build


Spring break next week for Garden City Public Schools

Spring break will be observed Monday through March 16 at Garden City Public Schools. Classes will be back in session March 19. The Educational Support Center, 1205 Fleming St., will be closed March 16. The Teacher Resource Center at the ESC will be closed during the week. Spring break will be observ