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Clutter documentary to include never-before-seen details

A new documentary on the 1959 Clutter murders, produced by acclaimed filmmaker Joe Berlinger, will air today on Sundance TV. The film, "Cold Blooded: The Clutter Family Murders," will focus on the first-hand accounts of family members and friends of the Clutters, as well as townspeople and members o

GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM - 2017-11-18 04:26:36

President Trump's Asia vacation

This week, President Trump returned from a 12-day trip in Asia. On Wednesday, he held a press event - not quite a conference, which would imply he took questions from reporters - to commend himself for his hard work on the international circuit, despite little evidence thereof. To be fair, the presi

GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM - 2017-11-18 17:02:18

Our View: Kobach has done more, unfortunately

Kris Kobach is mighty proud of what he's done while secretary of state. Speaking to a small gathering during a recent meet-and-greet event in Garden City, the Republican candidate for governor cited his ability to prosecute voter fraud - power given to him in 2015 for no good reason when his fellow

GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM - 2017-11-18 16:50:32

Museum open house promises historic holiday fun

There won't be any maids-a-milking, lords-a-leaping or swans-a-swimming, but we're planning our annual holiday open house here at the Finney County Historical Museum, and those who come can still find plenty of Christmas fun. The celebration is set for 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 9, and we'll be featurin

GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM - 2017-11-18 16:53:16

Alcoholics Anonymous Hotline. Information for AA groups in the Garden City area. Contact: Hotline, (620) 287-6330.

For a support group to be included, call The Telegram at (620) 276-6862 Ext. 242 or (800) 475-8600. Domestic violence Support Group. For survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. For more information, call Family Crisis Services Inc., (620) 275-5911. Teen-Talk Support Group. For victims of

GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM - 2017-11-17 20:53:07

Ex-KDOT spokeswoman ties firing to quote

CAPTION: Kim Qualls, a former Kansas Department of Transportation spokeswoman, says her removal from her job seemed tied to a statement she gave about the department's funding. A former Kansas Department of Transportation spokeswoman has confirmed she was fired from her job earlier this year and sai

GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM - 2017-11-18 02:04:34

Howard voted off BAA board

Garden City Community College athletics booster Jim Howard says he has been voted out of his position as a Broncbuster Athletic Association board member for his role in a post-national anthem confrontation with a former GCCC basketball player. Prior to the Busters' season-opening game on Nov. 1, a r

GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM - 2017-11-18 03:33:12

Schwab makes case for secretary of state bid

State Rep. Scott Schwab visited Garden City on Friday to talk policy as part of his bid for the Kansas secretary of state's office in 2018. Schwab, R-Olathe and current speaker pro tempore in the Kansas House, spoke during a meet and greet at Samy's Spirits & Steakhouse in Garden City to articulate

GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM - 2017-11-18 04:13:09

McClain takes top honor in juried exhibition at ATU

Arkansas Tech University student Megan McClain of Pine Bluff won first place in the 11th annual Juried Student Competitive Exhibition, which is on display at Norman Hall Art Gallery through Tuesday, Dec. 5. McClain took the top prize for her chalk pastel entitled "Moe." Kimaly Ballard of Clarksville

COURIER NEWS - 2017-11-18 16:01:00

Antioch founder hopes to expand outreach, seeks community support with online L'Oreal Paris votes

A multifaceted approach to curbing food insecurity includes instilling dignity and self worth, says the founder of Antioch Consolidated Association for Youth & Family in Fort Smith. Speaking to the Fort Smith Rotary Club on Wednesday in the Hall at Taliano's, Charolette Tidwell delved deep into the


Shop Locally On Small Business Saturday

Our holiday shopping habits have changed over the years. Instead of waiting until Thanksgiving to unveil the season's sales, we've seen more stores offering online deals, advertising the big bargains days in advance of Black Friday and opening their doors before the Friday morning rush. While the Fr

BOONEVILLEDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-17 22:03:04

Lawmaker Standridge dies at 50

Russellville and Pope County residents mourned the loss Thursday of the Honorable State Sen. Gregory B. Standridge, who died at the age of 50 at the Arkansas Hospice River Valley Home in Russellville after battling cancer. Standridge, president of CSI Insurance, filled a vacancy in the Senate in 201

COURIER NEWS - 2017-11-17 16:06:13

NPC Officer Beats Deadly Disease, Hammers Endurance Event

"Every man dies. Not every man truly lives." - William Wallace MILLINGTON, Tenn. -- In September of 2002, Lt. Michael Kline was married, assigned to Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron Four, and looking forward to a long and healthy life, despite experiencing what he thought was nothing more than a co


More Good News For Fort Smith

LITTLE ROCK - On Friday, I joined business leaders in Fort Smith for the announcement that PRADCO is expanding its injection-molding manufacturing, which will create 60 new jobs. We also celebrated the news of Walmart's commitment to buy an additional $250 million in PRADCO products by 2023. This go

BOONEVILLEDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-18 09:13:37

Ribbon cutting held for trail

Dr. Robin E. Bowen, Arkansas Tech University president, and Randy Horton, Russellville mayor, cut two ribbons on Tuesday afternoon to officially open the Arkansas Tech Connect Trail. The 2,080-foot pedestrian and bicycle trail connects the ATU campus, the Russellville Aquatic Center and Bona Dea Tra

COURIER NEWS - 2017-11-17 16:05:37

State park offers outdoor skills workshops designed for women by a woman

In an effort to combat being indoors-y, Sasha Bowles, a Lake Dardanelle Park Interpreter II in Russellville, created the Outdoor Women Learning Skills workshops a year ago. The O.W.L.S. program is designed for women to come together and learn outdoor survival skills. "The ladies always have so much

SOUTHWEST TIMES RECORD - 2017-11-18 06:30:00

Pedestrian fatally struck on Roseville Road

A man from Newman, in Stanislaus County, has died after being struck by a vehicle Thursday night in the Foothill Farms area. The California Highway Patrol received numerous calls about 7:45 p.m. reporting a traffic collision involving a pedestrian on Roseville Road, south of Elkhorn Boulevard, accor

SACRAMENTO BEE - 2017-11-17 22:38:00

Roseville Police Search for Man Who Escaped Custody

ROSEVILLE - Police in Roseville are looking for a man who they say escaped from custody Friday morning. The man, identified as 32-year-old Stephen Makarov, was in custody in connection with an auto theft investigation, police said. Officers are searching the area along Junction Boulevard between Foo

FOX40 - 2017-11-17 19:24:46

Suspect caught after escaping Roseville police custody

An auto theft suspect who somehow escaped from a Roseville Police Department interrogation room Friday morning was apprehended several hours later. Stephan Makarov, 32, was arrested again before 3:45 p.m., police said. Officers were searching in the area of Junction Boulevard, Washington Boulevard a

KCRA.COM - 2017-11-18 07:54:00

Man Who Escaped From Police In Roseville Back In Custody

ROSEVILLE (CBS13) - The suspect who escaped from police custody in Roseville and sparked a manhunt, is back in police custody. Officers say 32-year-old Stephan Makarov was the target of a search Friday in the area near Junction Boulevard, Washington Boulevard, and Foothills Boulevard. He is facing a

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-11-17 12:06:32