The Geary County Food and Nutrition Resources guide has been updated and released with new information including COVID-19 influenced services and hours.
At a special meeting of the Geary County Commissioners Thursday, commissioners voted for the county to not participate in the governor Laura Kelly’s executive order requiring face masks in public places. As such, a resolution was approved to adhere to a public health order issued by the Gear…
The deceased woman discovered by the Junction City Police Department in a storage locker located at 2323 N. Jackson St. has been identified as Tina Bennett.
All County Offices, except the Transfer Station, will be closed July 3 in observance of the Independence Day Holiday. Regular hours will resume Monday, July 6, 2020.
Fireworks are one of the world’s most trusted tools for making things go boom — at least if you’re a civilian.
The Junction City Blues dropped a pair of games Saturday evening at Rathert Stadium to the visiting Salina Falcons, 14-9 and 5-3, to move to 7-5 on the season.
Dark and ominous clouds rolled in from the north Monday night at North Park as the Junction City Redbirds squared off against Riley 2 in the first of two scheduled games between the two on the night.
The Junction City Jays 14U baseball team moved to 4-4 on the season after finishing the McPherson Tournament 3-2 including a loss to the host team in the championship round.
The Junction City Jays 13U traveling team moved to 6-6-1 on the season after finishing second to the host team at the McPherson Tournament over the weekend.
The Junction City Jays 9U baseball team traveled to McPherson for their second tournament of the season. The team finished the weekend 3-1 finishing the round-robin tournament in second place.
The Geary County Chaos 14U softball team rolled through the Riley County Ponytail Express Tournament over the weekend finishing second while going 4-2 in the event.