Members of the Geary Community Hospital Auxiliary gathered for a celebration at the auxiliary’s annual spring volunteer appreciation luncheon on April 17. During the luncheon, members recognized their collective 9,493 hours of service in 2018.
Two Junction City fashionistas were recognized as the top artists in their respective fields at the KC Fashion Awards.
Geary County commissioners granted approval for the Community Corrections office to acquire grant funding during Monday’s meeting.
Irwin Army Community Hospital will host a health fair for military retirees April 26 from 9 a.m. to noon to provide on-site screening services and wellness information. Multiple clinical sections are designing services, exhibits or demonstrations exclusively for the retiree community.
A new project at Junction City’s C.L. Hoover Opera House aims to install a new, state-of-the-art hearing assist system for patrons.
Residents who habitually violate Junction City’s prohibited animal ordinance will see increased penalties beginning May 1.
Tuesday night’s soccer matchup against Wichita Warriors Homeschool looked all too familiar for Lady Jay coach Mitchell Dehoff. It looked a lot like the team’s past couple games.
The Junction City girls swimming team finished in first place at the Hays invitational meet Monday. Many swimmers had great performances en route to the first-place finish.
The Junction City Blue Jays lost two games at Hayden High School Tuesday afternoon.
Junction City tennis coach Matthew Micheel has been focused on getting his team to play with intensity this season. He feels playing with that sort of confidence helps with the overall play.
Out of the 80 minutes his team played Friday night, head soccer coach Mitchell Dehoff thinks the Lady Jays played 75 great ones. But, it was the five minutes in which they didn’t that ended up costing them.
The Junction City Blue Jay baseball team swept Tuesday’s doubleheader against Highland Park.