The Sheriff's Office front lobby was originally scheduled to be closed November 26th and 27th in observance of Thanksgiving. Due to a COVID-19 issue at the Geary County Sheriff's Office the front lobby will be closing early today and will not be opening again until November 30th, 2020 at 8:00 a.m.
According to Phyllis Fitzgerald, one of the organizers behind Hometown Christmas, the event has been canceled.
The Geary County Health Department listed 44 new positive cases of COVID-19 Monday afternoon.
A grand total of $366,446 will go back into the community following the Greater Geary Community Foundation's Match Day. Match Day, which took place in October, brought in a record number of donations to participating local nonprofits. Donations were matched up to $7,000 by the community foun…
Geary County’s mask order will remain in place as-is, after Gov. Laura Kelly handed down a mask mandate last week.
Following an environmental assessment, which was conducted as part of the development of a master plan and subsequently identified 1,200 obstructions at the Junction City airport, the Federal Aviation Administration has required the city to hire an airport consultant.
After three days of tryouts, the Junction City Blue Jays boys basketball team roster is mostly set. There will be an additional round of tryouts for the members of the football team looking to make their splash on the court when their season ends according to coach Nick Perez.
The end of the season came a week earlier than the Junction City Blue Jays, and their fans, hoped for Friday night with the 62-27 loss to the defending state champions Derby at Al Simpler Stadium.
Lower than normal turnout for tryouts didn’t bother Lady Blue Jays head coach Tim Testa after three days of workouts before naming the 2020-21 team.
The Junction City High School Athletic Field was dedicated Sept. 24, 1965. On Friday, the stadium that was renamed to honor coach Al Simpler in 1983 will host its final high school football game, ending a 55-year run as the home of the Blue Jays. The team will start the 2021 season at a new …
The end of the 2020 football season is nearing completion with the final home game being held at historic Al Simpler Stadium this Friday night as the Junction City Blue Jays host the Derby Panthers in the Kansas State High School Activities Association Class 6A football tournament semifinals.
Junction City High School’s Shenk Gymnasium was buzzing with action Saturday as the Blue Jays were the one of the hosts of the Kansas State High School Activities Association Class 6A Sub-State Volleyball tournament. Along with Junction City, Manhattan, Washburn Rural and Topeka High teams c…