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Only two candidates for the USD 475 Board of Education received or spent more than $1,000 for their campaigns, requiring them to file expense reports. The other candidates signed affidavits of exemption.

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JUNCTION CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT

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Sam Markley, instructor at HD Karns Innovations Academy, and some of his middle school Guitar Class students performed for the Junction City Garden Club at Bella’s Italian Restaurant Thursday. This was their first performance of the semester. Vannessa Osbourn, garden club member, invited the…

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Fort Riley Middle School, Junction City Middle School and Junction City High School’s KAY Clubs were each awarded the KAY Red service award by the Kansas State High School Activities Association for the 2020-2021 school year.

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NOTE — Rainfall and temperature information is based on data kept at Milford Lake by the Corps of Engineers. For more information contact Chuck Otte, 238-4161.

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4-H Officer Training will be held Monday, Nov. 29 at 6:30 p.m. at the 4-H/Senior Citizens Center in Junction City. All club officers should plan to attend. The agenda includes some opening group activities and time to learn about officer positions in small group breakouts.

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Kansas received $3.5 million in grant funding from the United States Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration to distribute to local partners across the state. These funds will accelerate travel, tourism and outdoor recreation in the state.

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On Saturday, Nov. 20, the Boy Scouts of Troop 41 collected 1,055 pounds of food and donated $269 in cash to the Junction City food pantry during their “Scouting for Food” event. Left to right: Sidney Robinson, Christian Robinson, Gavin Franzen, Jackson Westendorf, Koen Oxford and Ben Norman.

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Two polluted sites in Junction City could become a riverside restaurant, park and retail complex with the help of environmental grants, according to research a local consulting firm presented last week.

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Geary County Schools USD 475 approved a plan for staff pay incentives to help accomplish its retention and recruitment goal listed in the school district’s 2021-2026 Strategic Plan.

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Sixth Street was lined with spectators from Eisenhower Drive to Heritage Park for the 26th Annual Junction City Area Chamber of Commerce Christmas parade Friday.

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This year, 10 days of local activities, celebration and charitable giving will serve as the junction between Christmas and community in Junction City.

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The Geary County region finally had an area wide hard freeze the morning of Nov. 13 officially ending the 2021 growing season. The Milford Lake Corps of Engineers Office had a Saturday morning reading of 23 degrees. This qualifies not only as a killing frost but a hard freeze. The average da…

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A total of 67 soldiers from Ready Reserve, HHC BDE, 1ABCT, 1ID, Ready Reserve, 1BEB, 1ABCT, 1ID and Ready Reserve, 1-4CAV, 1ABCT, 1ID, did work for 11 homes in Junction City on Friday, which was the second “Day of Caring” this year, planned by United Way of Junction City/Geary County. The so…

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Clarks Creek 4-H Club held their meeting on Monday, Nov. 7, and the feeling of seasonal joy was brewing inside of members.

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Members of the Ladies Reading Club would like to thank all who supported their annual soup and salad luncheon and purchased pecans and raffle tickets.

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The Jan. 25 performance of “Swan Lake,” by the Russian National Ballet at Kansas State University’s McCain Auditorium has been canceled.

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