People had a chance to hear about the state of the Junction City Area Chamber of Commerce Thursday evening during the Chamber’s annual meeting.
Spring Valley Elementary School collectively walked a mile in its own shoes Friday afternoon during the Bramlage Family Walk a Mile event.
er, their families, and community members gathered together Saturday for the sixth annual Breast Cancer Awareness Celebration. The event is a celebration, though it covers a deadly serious topic.
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.
Dust off those running shoes and pull the bicycles out of the shed this weekend as Live Well Geary County members will host the 2nd annual Pathways to Fitness Community Race and Bike Jamboree at Al Simpler Stadium.
Jarrett William Smith, a 24-year-old soldier from Fort Riley, was arrested Saturday afternoon in Manhattan after an FBI investigation revealed he had been shared explosives information on Facebook and made threatening comments in online chats.
Shortly after Geary Count Sheriff Dan Jackson took office, he determined his jurisdiction needed something it didn’t have yet — something few counties in Kansas have.
The City of Junction City has issued a construction permit for the new Junction City High School, according to Unified School District 475. This permit will allow concrete work and vertical construction scheduled to begin immediately at the site of the new school.
Times have changed in Junction City since 1859. People have come and gone, businesses started and closed. One of the few original pieces of history in town will celebrate 160 years in the same location today — Church of the Covenant Episcopal Church.
The Board of Trustees of Geary Community Hospital is taking strategic steps to secure the future of its community hospital, according to a press release sent out Thursday.
Golfers turned out to support the hospital at Rolling Meadows Golf Course Thursday when the Geary Community Healthcare Foundation held its annual Fall Classic fundraiser.
Hundreds of people poured through the doors to the new Aldi at 520 E. Chestnut St. at its grand opening Thursday morning. When the doors opened, there were people lined up about to Pizza Hut, according to witnesses and the first person through the doors had been camped out in the parking lot…
After Monee and Jessica Lemus’ first grader, Josiah, was attacked by another student at Seitz Elementary School, the couple is still concerned about the way the school handled the alleged assault.
As Hurricane Dorian, now a Category 4 storm, bears down on the east coast, two members of the Junction City Fire Department are doing what they can to help.
Dr. Charles Bollman served Geary Community Hospital and its patients for about 43 years as a surgeon. He retired two years ago. Late this July, he died suddenly and unexpectedly.
More than 50 people have been indicted on federal charges as a result of a three-year investigation to identify traffickers behind a rising tide of heroin, fentanyl and other drugs on the streets of Manhattan, according to U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister.
Former Undersecretary of the Army Patrick J. Murphy spoke at the August MAC Breakfast on Tuesday morning. Murphy has a lot of experience under his belt in many different facets.
The Freshman Success Academy has moved to the Junction City High School building, opening up space at the H.D. Karns building.
In August of last year, two civil cases were filed against Unified School District 475 by educators within the district. In both cases, the Geary County District Court found in favor of the school district. However, one of those cases is scheduled to be appealed this September.
In early 2019, America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education, sponsored by the Bayer Fund, partnered with farmers across the country to nominate rural schools. The goal was to award STEM grants to these schools — more than $2.3 million in grants — to enhance their science, technology, engineering a…
Members of the Geary County Children’s Choir recently had a chance to expand their horizons and perform on a larger stage during a performance trip to St. Louis, Missouri.
Emily Quiles may live in Manhattan, but she has a piece of Junction City in her heat.
The Veterans Motorcycle Club raised funds with help from the American Legion Riders for Fort Riley’s Operation North Pole, which benefits the children of soldiers in need during the Christmas season.hThrough a Christmas in July-style toy drive a poker run, $1,700 was raised and several large…
There was food, drink, and entertainment aplenty for children and families during Junction City Police Department’s annual summer block party.
INDIANAPOLIS – More than 20 agricultural teachers and college professors from throughout the United States met recently in Indianapolis to determine which FFA members and teams will have the opportunity to compete for top honors in the 2019 National FFA Agriscience Fair.
Vesicular Stomatitis Virus, also known as VSV, is an illness which can infect horses and cattle, causing blistering, sores, and sloughing of skin in horses, according to http://csu-cvmbs.colostate.edu.