Road work on Henry Drive, which provides access to Fort Riley from exit 301 off Interstate 70, is set to begin on July 22.
Junction City Fire Department officials are aiming to secure approval to accept a land donation that will allow for the construction of a training facility.
Geary County Schools Unified School District 475 officials have announced that Veronica Wait has been hired as the new assistant principal at Seitz Elementary School.
Registration is now open for the Fort Riley Bow Slinger 3-D Archery Tournament, which will be hosted by Fort Riley and the Directorate of Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation on Aug. 24.
As the Junction City Fire Department’s fire hydrant testing process moves forward, department officials have recognized the local Junction City Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Troop 41 for the outstanding work members have done on painting fire hydrants as their Eagle Scout project.
A Junction City man pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit first degree murder in a last-minute agreement Friday, according to Assistant Riley County Attorney Kendra Lewison.
In the final regular season home game for the Junction City Brigade, the ball was in the hands of ace pitcher Riley Taylor Sunday night. Taylor has had plenty of success in front of the JC crowd at Rathert Field, and he had another good outing. It turned out to be one of his best games of the year.
The Junction City Brigade was on the winning side of a ten-run rule game Friday night against the Baldwin City Blues.
Monday was a scheduled off-day for Junction City Brigade catcher Dylan Thurber. But in the seventh inning, his number was called to enter the game and catch for new pitcher Drew Repp. And when he got to the plate, Thurber made his mark on the game. Thurber utilized his at-bat in the bottom o…
After splitting a two-game series with the Kansas City Monarchs this week, the Junction City Brigade returned to Rathert Field Friday night to face the Topeka Golden Giants. The Brigade needed a lift in their pitching and hitting, especially with the season winding down. The season is in the…
The Kansas City Monarchs visited Rathert Field Monday night with just nine players and an empty dugout. The KC team the Junction City Brigade saw on the field was what they were going to compete against for the game’s entirety.
Coming into a two-game series with Barn Baseball Academy, Junction City Brigade head coach Derek Francis stressed the importance of not sleeping on the Barnstormers. With the Midwest A’s coming into town for a doubleheader Saturday, it was crucial to not overlook the Barnstormers in preparat…