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With the state seeing so much of a budget surplus, the Kansas Legislature is scrambling to find ways to offer tax relief to voters (and by ext…
The Geary County Historical Society will host their annual Bingo at the Museum game night, Friday March 31st. This annual fundraiser includes a chili feed that begins at 5:30pm and an evening of Bingo games beginning at 6:30pm
A number of events will lead up as fundraisers for Freedom Fest, the event that has replaced Sundown Salute as Junction City’s Independence Day celebration. Organized plans for those events and a tentative schedule for Freedom Fest.
Because of the uncertainty of how a bill in the Kansas Legislature exempting food from all sales tax will shake out, the Geary County Public Building Commission agreed by consensus at their monthly meeting Thursday to hold off any new projects for as long as possible.
The Geary County Commission has been made aware that employees in some departments have had their paychecks padded out using sick time and leave time. The sick and leave time has sometimes been used to extend employees’ hours worked beyond their scheduled hours.
Three weeks ago, Geary County Commissioners approved installing bollards in front of the county office building as an added safety measure, which cost a total estimated cost of $2,697.
Hundreds of Special Olympics Athletics competed in basketball games over the weekend as a part of Special Olympics event in Manhattan over the weekend, including the Junction City Pacesetters, a local teams that has been competing in the event almost since it began.
Defeating defending state champions Wichita Heights in the first round of quarterfinals of the 6A State tournament was a tall order. However, No. 8 Junction City led the Falcons at one point in the first half before Wichita Heights took over in the second half, defeating the Blue Jays 67-44 …
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“Ireland, in Patrick’s day, was an evil and dangerous place. Patrick recounted in his writings, The Confession, saying "I am ready to be murdered, betrayed, enslaved -- whatever may come my way." Why? For the cause of Christ.”
Spring break is one of many breaks that I looked forward to growing up because it gave me time to relax, catch up on sleep, and read. Not only as a student but as a teacher as well the weeks that followed always seemed busy and to rush by. There was a lot to accomplish but look forward to as well.
“I’m going to tell Mom” or the in famous “Wait until your father gets home” – we probably heard
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