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In Kansas’ Dodge City, immigrants are being forced to travel out of town to vote

If the residents of Dodge City, Kansas want to vote on election day, they’ll have to travel outside city limits to a polling place that’s located more than a mile away from the nearest bus stop,the Associated Press reported.The town, which the AP calls an “iconic Wild West town,” was once a destinat

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First Baker Mayfield OU bobblehead released

Baker Mayfield's Oklahoma career has been commemorated in bobblehead form.The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum unveiled the first bobblehead of Mayfield in his OU jersey Friday morning. The quarterback is standing on a field base wearing his crimson No. 6 Sooners jersey and a white headba


Steven Adams posts double-double in OKC season opener

Former Pitt star Steven Adams and the Oklahoma City Thunder kicked off the 2018-19 season on Tuesday night in a Western Conference tilt with the Golden State Warriors, and although the Thunder suffered a close 108-100 loss, Adams made the most of the season opener, overcoming a lower back issue and


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


24/7 Wall Street Name Two Panhandle Cities "America's 50 Best Cities to Live"

Located about 50 miles north of Amarillo in northern Texas, Dumas ranks among the best cities to live in largely due to its affordability. Goods and services in the city are about 12% less expensive than they are nationwide on average. Housing is particularly cheap. The typical area homeowner spends


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.


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


Post-World War II history in the making, get out the vote and homecoming in 1948

Each week we’ll take a step back into the history of Great Bend through the eyes of reporters past. We’ll reacquaint you with what went into creating the Great Bend of today, and do our best to update you on what “the rest of the story” turned out to beThis week in 1948, events that would impact the


2 Texas Panhandle towns ranked in Top 5 Best Places to live

According to 24/7 Wall Street, Perryton is one of the least expensive cities in the United States. Typical area homeowners spend just above $627 per month, compared to the U.S. average of $1,000. Overall, goods and services are 13 percent less expensive in Perryton than the nationwide average.


Seniors invited to come to Elder Fair in Beaver, Okla.

The Beaver Elder Fair will be coming up Friday, Oct. 26 and will take place at the Beaver County Fair Pavilion, in Beaver, Okla. The theme of this year’s event is “Boot, Scootin’ and Boogying in Our Golden Years.” Courtesy photoELLY GRIMM• Leader & Times


Panther runner records perfect finish

Finishing a season in any sport undefeated is a major accomplishment, but going two consecutive seasons undefeated makes one part of history.Great Bend Middle School runner Kaiden Esfeld accomplished the feat, finishing off back-to-back unbeaten season at the Western Athletic meet at Liberal. Esfeld


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.


Bobcats fight through adversity, defeat Waynoka

TYRONE, Okla.— With a new quarterback making his first start and two freshmen and a sophomore filling in the injury gaps, the Tyrone Bobcats did what they had to do—keep plugging away. They did just that on their way to a 28-14 district win over the Waynoka Railroaders.


Council of Governments for Seward County to Meet

Representatives of the Seward County Board of Commissioners, City of Liberal Commissioners, Liberal Chamber of Commerce, City of Kismet Commissioners, Seward County Community College Board of Trustees, USD 480 School board, USD 483 School Board and Southwest Medical Center will be gathering for The


Lamar Police Report: Men arrested during traffic stop

Oct. 13Code enforcement officer removed a doa gray cat from the area of 3rd and E Maple St. The animal was transported to the shelter for disposal.Code enforcement officer responded to S 9th Savage Avenue concerning a doa skunk. The skunk was transported to the shelter for disposal.Code enforcement


Dalhart police looking for fugitive after high-speed chase; 1 arrested

According to the Dalhart Police Department, officers were involved in a chase with a stolen vehicle occupied by Kenneth Fleming and Jeana Garcia. Fleming was found and arrested on multiple felony charges, however, Garcia remains at large. (Courtesy: Dalhart Police Department)


Liberal Police Make Burglary Arrest

On Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at about 3:23 a.m., officers responded to Gorditas to Go, 701 S. Kansas Avenue, for a burglary alarm. Responding officers found a damaged door at the business. No one was located inside.


Shirer to retire from ABBB after 30 years

The certified public accounting firm of Adams, Brown, Beran and Ball Chtd. has announced the retirement of Brad Shirer on Oct. 31. A Hoisington native, Shirer has been with the firm nearly 30 years in multiple positions including staff accountant, manager, firm administrator, director of administrat


Liberal City Commission Approves RHID

The Commission approved the 2018 Audit Contract with Hay, Rice, and Associates, approved an additional Rural Housing Incentive District in the Arrowhead Lane and Tucker Road area, and approved the allocation of an additional $40,000 for the 1st Time Home Buyers Program. This would help 16 First Time


Perryton ISD Board of Trustees Member Resigns

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