Recent reports from the Kansas Department of Health and the Environment have indicated an increased risk of West Nile virus this year.
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.
Students and parents were treated to an open house at Junction City Middle School on Wednesday afternoon. The new school year was officially in the air with hundreds of families piled into Wednesday’s open house. The open house presented those in attendance an opportunity to ask questions th…
New teachers in Junction City gathered at the Geary County Convention Center on Tuesday morning for a breakfast. The Junction City Area Chamber of Commerce put this together, joining the new teachers with current ones. They had a buffet-style breakfast to indulge in as many got to know one a…
The pigs’ squeals weren’t so much squeals as they were shrieks when the Youngers family walked through the pig pens at the Geary County Fair Tuesday evening.
A Junction City woman must repay more than $3,800 to the Kansas Medicaid Program after pleading guilty to Medicaid fraud-related charges, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.
Agents from the Kansas Department of Revenue (KDOR) and officers from the Geary County Sheriff’s Department executed tax warrants and seized the assets of Country Floral and Gift — and co-owners Tamra M. Nelson and Hillary B. Shorter — on July 9 at 10 a.m. for nonpayment of retail sales taxe…
Geary County Free Fair organizers did not receive any fair king applications, so two queens were crowned instead Thursday night at the 4-H Senior Center.
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.
Kitty Frank — a researcher, historian, scriptwriter and actress — took on the role of the paternal grandmother of historical figure Charles Curtis during a presentation Monday night at the Dorothy Bramlage Public Library.
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.