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The Fort Riley Tax Center, 7034 Bullard St., will officially open for business with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday.

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Unified School District 475’s Board of Education held its first meeting of 2020 Monday, when members welcomed two new members to their ranks. The board also elected its president and vice president for the year.

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On Aug. 13, 2018 President Donald J. Trump signed the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act of 2019 (H.R. 5515). Within the act granted access to military installations and some of the facilities inside the U.S. to veterans who didn’t already have access — if they met certain criteria.

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A short ceremony Friday packed the Geary County Commissioners room as friends and family of Brad Scholz joined county employees witnessed Scholz being sworn in as commissioner.

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The Kansas Supreme Court has affirmed Christopher Lyman’s guilty verdict jury trial convictions for felony murder based on abuse of a child, abuse of a child by shaking, and aggravated battery, which was handed down from Geary County District Court

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John Lamb joins the Junction City Police Department as its new Chief of Police after many years of experience with the sheriff’s department in Jacksonville, Florida.

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Information travels faster than ever in the age of social media. Something can be on Facebook Live as it’s happening and within hours people around the world may have seen it and already formed their opinions on the matter. When something takes off on social media, it may take off fast and s…

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Latavia Clark, of Junction City, is the proud mother of the first baby of not just the new year but the new decade born at Geary Community Hospital.

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Geary County’s CASA of the 8th Judicial District recently received a grant of $19,231 after Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly announced the Federal Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Victim Assistance grant awards.

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Fontelle Jolly had nothing to say when he was sentenced to a total of 105 months in prison for the August 2018 shooting death of Felix Snipes and the wounding of Cartavius King. Jolly was convicted, after a plea bargain, of voluntary manslaughter — 71 months — and aggravated battery — 34 mon…

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