The JC Breakfast Optimist Club began their September 15 meeting with a presentation by Matt Hoover. Matt told club members that the Junction City Oktoberfest will be held October 8 and 9 in partnership with Junction City Main Street. Junction City Main Street is promoting downtown revitaliza…
Tarkara Hawkins was driving one day near the intersection of West 4th and Garfield Street one day and noticed something odd: a collection of over 20 stay cats walking around.
The Geary County Public Buildings Commission read a prepared statement at last week’s county commission meeting on Tuesday expressing concern that county commissioners were trying to stall progress on the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) that is slated to be built in the basement of the Gea…
If it felt like August was a long hot month, you are right. To put it in a nutshell August was hot and dry. Temperatures were above normal. Precipitation was well below normal and that pretty well sums it up!
City commissioners decided to sell the Spin City building at 915 S Washington Street at their commission meeting on Tuesday.
The USD 475 Board of Education held a meeting on Tuesday at the Mary E. Devin Center for Education Support.
After a disappointing road loss to Manhattan High last Friday filled with small mistakes and turnovers that head coach Randall Zimmerman said cost his team the game, Junction City (1-1) is on the road again on Friday, this time in Topeka to take on Seaman.
Former Junction City great and current K-State football player Ryan Henington, left, embraces former Wildcat legend Jordy Nelson on Sunday at Bill Snyder Family Stadium at the Jordy Nelson Legends Classic softball game and home run derby. Proceeds from the events were used to fund a football…
Despite being a warm day the Junction City High School Cross Country teams performed at a high level in Emporia on Saturday. Ten Blue Jay Runners posted personal bests and ten more Blue Jays made their JCHS cross country debuts.
The Lady Jay tennis team competed in the Washburn Rural quad at the Kossover Tennis Center in Topeka on Thursday. Competing in the event along with Junction City were Washburn Rural, Kansas City Christian and Marysville.
Down 30-21, Junction City got a spark and a huge opportunity to score with an interception. It was exactly what the Blue Jays needed to get in the fourth quarter to stage a comeback.
It was the kind of play normally seen on the floor at Bramlage Coliseum in the fall.
Jesus went on with his disciples to the villages of Caesarea Philippi; and on the way he asked his disciples, “Who do people say that I am?” And they answered him, “John the Baptist; and others, Elijah; and still others, one of the prophets.” He asked them, “But who do you say that I am?” Pe…
Tom Wesoloski had no idea that he’d end up in administration roughly 25 years ago after ending a 19-year career in law enforcement so he could go back to school and become a teacher. He just wanted to teach.
MANHATTAN — A family who moved to Manhattan nearly 50 years ago and stayed because of Kansas State University is being honored as K-State’s 2021 Family of the Year.
The Junction City Ladies Reading Club met Thursday, Sept. 9 for the first time since March 2020 with president Helen Kovac presiding.
If you haven’t already, you may well be hearing more and more about a livestock disease known as African Swine Fever in the coming months. The first thing you may think is, “I don’t raise swine, why should I care?” Well, if you enjoy your bacon, pork chops, holiday hams, just anything pork r…
September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month, and we here at the library are always excited about the month of September for this very reason. Libraries all over the country are celebrating National Library Card Sign-Up Month and the goal is to put as many library cards in the hands of p…