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Bill aims to clarify abuse and neglect cases

TOPEKA - Kansas senators on Tuesday took up a bill aimed at clarifying and speeding up cases for abused and neglected children. The Kansas Senate Public Health and Welfare Committee discussed the bill supporters say would update outdated language vexing prosecutors and judges who handle children's c

GARDEN CITY TELEGRAM - 2018-01-17 02:35:50

Okeson named Physician of the Year

The Pinellas County Osteopathic Medical Society has chosen Nicholas Okeson, DO as the 2017 Physician of the Year for his outstanding leadership as President the past two years, and for his dedicated service to the osteopathic profession, patients, medical students, and community. Dr. Okeson earned


Bugle Notes - 1860 Spencer Carbine & Guardians of Ft Wallace

The Fort Wallace Memorial Association is excited to launch a new venture for 2018! Our organization is starting a new "Fundraising Arm" of the original private non-profit called "The Guardians of the Fort Wallace Museum." This new annual membership program is similar to many "Friends of the Museum"


Bugle Notes - Community Vision Award

The Fort Wallace Memorial Association was honored this past December 16 at the Light Up Wallace County event with a Community Vision Award from the Wallace County Foundation. We really appreciate this recognition of the efforts put in this past year on the new Milford Becker addition and the 1867 Ex


Year comes to end with cold temperatures, dangerous wind chills

The day after Christmas brought cold temperatures to northwest Kansas that will likely stick around through the beginning of the new year. The cold temperatures prompted wind chill advisories to be issued across the region from late Tuesday night to late Wednesday. The National Weather Service warne


Syracuse gym opens to rave reviews

SYRACUSE - Nearly two years later than the original construction timeline, the Syracuse Unified School District's massive athletic complex and agricultural program building has finally opened. The Herndon Gymnasium, one of the central pieces to the $6.425 million project, opened in August for the fa


Bugle Notes....News from the Fort Wallace Museum

Are you ready to ring in the Christmas Season? Come join us in Wallace this Sunday at 5 pm MST for a special Candlelight Christmas service at the 1888 Bethany Lutheran Church! The traditional service with Swedish influence will be joined with the sounds of the men's ac cappella quartet "Uncalled 4",


Sharon Springs News Around Town

Those enjoying Thanksgiving dinner at the Senior Center on Thursday Nov, 23, 2017 were: Jon Herl; Kent Huffman; Ja'asia Stafford; Joan Harrison; Milton and Carol Tokoi: Jyma Stafford; Bobby Akers; Jo Hunter; Pat Neff; Francees Hickman; Randy and Low Ann; Gebhards; Debbie David; Bernice David; Juanit


North Charleston man wanted for attempted murder following Summerville shooting

Tevon Rashard Gathers, 29, of North Charleston, SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCBD) - The Summerville Police Department is searching for the person who they say is responsible for a shooting on Sunday, January 14. Tevon Rashard Gathers, 29, of North Charleston, is wanted for attempted murder and possession o

COUNTON2.COM - 2018-01-17 20:30:45

Charleston Man Wanted for Shooting at Two Charleston Police Officers

CHARLESTON, SC (WTAT-TV) - Charleston Police need your help locating a man wanted in connection with a shooting involving two police officers. Authorities say Calvin Smith Jr. is wanted on two counts of attempted murder in relation to an incident where his co-defendant fired multiple shots upon two

FOXCHARLESTON.COM - 2018-01-18 00:02:00

Airports in Greenville, Columbia area put snow plows to work, stay open during winter storm

Snow and ice were no match for the snow plows and salt spray at the Greenville-Spartanburg International and the Columbia Metropolitan airports Wednesday, where advance storm preparation allowed planes to arrive and depart as snow fell. Officials at each airport credited their plows and "brooms," du

THE POST AND COURIER - 2018-01-17 21:00:00

Missing woman indicates she was kidnapped and raped, Myrtle Beach police say

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) - While Myrtle Beach police investigated the disappearance of a woman early Tuesday morning, she walked up to them and apparently indicated she'd been kidnapped and raped. Police responded to the Sea Banks Hotel on Ocean Boulevard at 2:25 a.m. Tuesday after getting a call fro

WBTW.COM - 2018-01-18 02:59:18

Would you get a 'mystery' tattoo? 8 people in Myrtle Beach did

When it comes to getting a tattoo, most people spend time picking a design out, ensuring it's something they're okay with having on their bodies for the rest of their lives. But for eight people in Myrtle Beach Wednesday, that wasn't the case - they received free "mystery" tattoos as part of a prom

MYRTLEBEACHONLINE.COM - 2018-01-18 03:01:00

Summerville Police seek shooting suspect

Summerville Police are seeking Tevon Rashard Gathers, 29, of Norwood Street in North Charleston on charges of attempted murder and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime in connection to a shooting Jan. 14. Police said he should be considered armed and dangerous. If anyone

JOURNALSCENE.COM - 2018-01-17 19:55:00

Charleston Co. deputies investigating after suspicious vehicle found on Hwy 78

Charleston County deputies are investigating after a suspicious vehicle was found on Highway 78. Officials with the Charleston County Sheriff's Office say the abandoned vehicle which "appears to be suspicious in nature" was found in the area of Hwy 78 near College Park Road. Earlier in the day, th

LIVE5NEWS.COM - 2018-01-17 20:13:46

Light snow, rain expected in Charleston area Wednesday, frigid temperatures to follow

A winter storm system on the edge of a cold front is expected to bring light rain showers and snow fall to the Lowcountry on Wednesday, with frigid temperatures to follow. According to ABC News 4 Meteorologist Sonya Stevens, light rain showers could begin in the Charleston area late Wednesday mornin

ABCNEWS4.COM - 2018-01-17 10:56:52

Fort Plain man charged following crash into Milford home

MILFORD - A Fort Plain man is facing several charges, including DWI, after his car crashed into a house in Milford over the weekend, according to the Otsego Count Sheriff's Office. Scroll for more content... Deputies say 63-year-old Ray Agard was driving northbound on State Route 28 on Sunday whe

WKTV - 2018-01-17 18:25:00

Man accused of felony fraud

An Oneonta man has been arrested on felony counts in a fraud case, state police at Oneonta said. Paige A. Shaul, 30, was charged Jan. 10 with third-degree grand larceny and filing a false instrument with intent to defraud, troopers said in a media release. He was accused in an incident in the town o

DAILY STAR - 2018-01-17 11:00:00

First Baptist Church in Oneonta closing after 185 years

The church congregation which used to have hundreds of parishioners has dwindled to a total of around 15 members. Phil Hulbert is the Church Moderator. He believes an increase in other church congregations, past parishioners leaving the area, and the need to recruitment young people over time, all

WKTV - 2018-01-18 02:12:00

Group fighting removal of railroad tracks near Ashokan

KINGSTON - A local nonprofit has filed a petition with a federal railroad oversight board to keep Ulster County from removing railroad tracks near the Ashokan Reservoir. The group titles itself the U&D Railway Revitalization Corp. and is based in Phoenicia, it says in a press release. On Tuesday it

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-17 22:56:03