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Cloud County Community College, working to assist local agencies in mitigating the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), continues to monitor the latest information in an effort to support the well-being of students, employees and the community. Effective Monday, March 23, Cloud County Community…

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Friday, the Unified School District 475 extended spring break by one week in light of coronavirus and in order to keep students safe. At a special meeting Friday, USD 475 Board of Education voted unanimously in favor of paying the wages of all employees and not charging leave next week while…

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Cloud County Community College continues to vigilantly monitor the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and closely follow updates from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as well as local, regional and state public health officials. The health and safety of students, faculty and staff …

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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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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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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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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…

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Unified School District 475's summer lunch program began Monday. The program assists children who are in need of healthy meals during the summer months. Volunteer Phyllis Sanders is shown serving lunch at Junction City's Dorothy Bramlage Public Library. Lunches will be served at Franklin, Wa…

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A group of Junction City High School students earned their IRS certificates for volunteering their time preparing tax returns at JCHS this year. Pictured in back, from left, are Aaron Reutzel, Caleb Baer, Migel Gonzalez, Jonah Peters and Morgan Goodwin. Pictured in the front, from left, are …

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Unified School District 475 Chief Financial Officer Marilee Fredricks has announced that the district is in receipt of a federal heavy impact aid payment that finalizes the $67 million escrow target used to fund the new high school.

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Cloud County Community College’s commencement activities are scheduled to be held at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 17, in Arley Bryant Gymnasium at the Concordia campus. The event will recognize 342 graduates from the Geary County and Concordia campuses and outreach locations.

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New Unified School District 475 Superintendent Dr. Reginald T. Eggleston hosted a listening session for community members Wednesday evening at Grandview Plaza Elementary School. A number of topics were discussed after Eggleston heard questions from those in attendance, and provided feedback. 

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Konza Prairie Community Health Clinic CEO Lee Wolf discussed the idea of adding a health clinic to the new Junction City High School during this week’s Unified School District 475 meeting.

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During the November meeting of the Unified School District 475 Board of Education, then-member Carolyn Gaston called into question whether or not the decision to house the district’s bond money at Sunflower Bank was the correct one.

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Ever since he started playing in the band in seventh grade, Jared Morris has loved music. All through junior high and high school, he found himself coming to school an hour or more early in the mornings just to practice his instrument — a snare drum, at the time.

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