In 2020, about half of the Military Affairs Council’s monthly breakfasts will take place at Acorns Resort at 3710 Farnum Creek Rd. outside Milford.
The Junction City Area Chamber of Commerce has requested a combined total of $28,000 extra funding from Geary County for the Economic Development Commission and the Military Affairs Council.
OLATHE — Following a busy 2018 with several deployments and redeployments, Maj. Gen. John Kolasheski, commanding general of the 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley, said it will slow down this year.
The Fort Riley Tax Center, 7034 Bullard St., will officially open for business with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday.
American Legion Post 45 in Junction City is asking the public to attend a funeral next week for Sgt. (Ret.) David Lofton, a Vietnam veteran who died earlier this month with no apparent surviving family.
Jan. 14, shortly before 9 a.m., Milford and Geary County firefighters handled a structure fire in Milford.
The Junction City Blue Jays basketball teams traveled to southwest Kansas Friday to open their 2019-20 campaign against Dodge City.
The Junction City Blue Jays travel to Dodge City this week in the second round of the Class 6A football tournament bracket to take on the undefeated Dodge City Demons.
Brothers Trae and Thane McDaniel celebrated a Cowdin Cup championship together on Saturday night, but their next steps will be quite different.
In late May, the Junction City Brigade convened for the first time at Rathert Field. A lot entered Junction City from different backgrounds and other parts of the country, but a lot of them had similar goals for the summer.
The Junction City Brigade started off on the right foot Friday night in its quest to defend the Cowdin Cup Championship that it won a year ago.
The Junction City Brigade is headed back to the Cowdin Cup Championship, but getting there was no easy task.