FAYETTE, IA – Upper Iowa University is pleased to announce its March 2021 graduates, followed by honors and degree earned. The gradautes included:
FAYETTE, IA – Upper Iowa University is pleased to announce Garrett Gaster of Junction City, KS, graduated in May with a Associate of Arts degree in General Business.
The 2020-2021 school year was a year unlike any other, consumed with many unknowns, emotions, and changes. However, Geary County Schools USD 475 has powered through the pandemic with remarkable resilience, keeping its doors open throughout the entirety of the school year. In doing so, the di…
Ellen Westerhaus was recognized on July 28 by the JC Breakfast Optimist Club with the club’s “Making A Difference For Youth” Award. Joe Handlos shared letters of support for Ellen, which contained three focuses. One was that Ellen sets the standard; secondly, she is a protector of the standa…
As the Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus continues to become the predominant strain of the virus (over 80% of the cases in July), the CDC has come out with an updated list of recommendations to keep people safe and healthy.
Soldiers with the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division cased their unit’s colors once again July 26 as they prepare for a second deployment in support of Atlantic Resolve.
After losing the series opener versus Baldwin City, the Junction City Brigade battled their way back to win the next two games and clinch a spot in the Cowdin Cup Championship Series versus the Midwest A’s.
A subdued celebration set over Campbell Field in Clay Center Monday evening long before the final out was made.
The Junction City 12U Blues took on some of the top teams in the region over the weekend during the Cal Ripken Major70 Midwest Regional tournament in Centennial, Colo. and went 1-2 over their three games played.
HERINGTON — For the first time in more than 30 years professional wrestling returns to Herington. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. July 30 at the Herington Community Center, 810 S. Broadway, for a live show, which will bring recognizable names to the stage.
Slots are filling up for Fort Riley’s one-of-a-kind Bow Slinger 3-D Archery Tournament on Aug. 21 and 22. The event is the only tournament in the world where competitors can shoot from an M-1 tank. Archers of all ages, military or civilian, are invited to take on the nearly two-mile course, …
Junction City High School’s football home opener has been postponed due to construction of the new high school building.
MANHATTAN – With a little planning, the garden goodies harvested this summer can be enjoyed well into the winter.
Kelly and Walter “Bud” McKenzie of Junction City are celebrating their one year anniversary of owning Walt’s Four Seasons Campground and Country Store outside Abilene this month.
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Bartell House served as home to women Part 1
Another County Fair is history. The fair grounds are quiet again. The livestock are long gone, the wood shavings, hay, and manure have been hauled away. The lingering smells associated with livestock will be gone with the Kansas wind in another week. The pens are taken down, stacked and secu…
The C. L. Hoover Opera House is enjoying some new window treatment in the form of perfs. Perfs are sheets of perforated plastic that stick to the outside of a window. The perfs can be customized for advertising shows for the upcoming season and they act as a sun shade from the inside.