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While it’s not aways strictly required by state law, restaurant owners and workers sometimes find themselves in need of continued education on food safety and handling practices.

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The Junction City Family YMCA’s 39th annual auction was recently revealed to have exceeded its stated goal of $35,000, according to Director Ted Hayden.

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On Nov. 11 Junction City Fire Department in partnership with Fort Riley, Abilene and Geary County Fire Departments utilized a donated house on McFarland Road for training. The day ended with the burning of the home while crews controlled the perimeter to prevent the spread of the fire outsid…

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This week, construction crews have begun to prepare to shift traffic to the southbound lane of Henry Drive between the railroad bridge to the Kansas River bridge. Traffic will continue to be restricted to one lane through the work zone, controlled by a traffic signal. Reconstruction of the n…

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This is the final installment in a series of USD 475 emloyees’ total compensation that were released earlier this year. This information was released by the district in response to a public records request.

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Kansas Governor Laura Kelly recently appointed four people to the State Library of Kansas Board, including Dorothy Bramlage Public Library Director Susan Moyer, according to an announcement made Wednesday.

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This is part two of a list of salaries released by Unified School District 475. The previous part was released last Thursday, Nov. 7. Another part will be released Thursday.

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“There’s no greater purpose in life than to serve a cause larger than oneself,” said Sheriff Daniel Jackson, retired U.S. Marine Corps master gunnery sergeant. “That is what every veteran has done. In the defense of America, every veteran signed the dotted line and agreed to give all — up to…

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Soldiers may be soldiers for life, but they may not stay in the military for their entire careers. Many veterans find themselves in need of work after transitioning to civilian life and some of those have found themselves working as educators in Unified School District 475 buildings.

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Two wrecks took place Friday on I-70 in Geary County, at least one of which was rain-related. Though there were injuries associated with each wreck and resulted in individuals being transported from the scene of each wreck, none of the injuries were listed as severe.

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