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The monthly meeting of the Humboldt Creek 4-H Club was called to order in the 4-H Senior Citizen Center on Sept. 20 at 7 p.m.

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Kansas Farm Bureau’s Campaign School is accepting registrations for a two-day strategy session on Feb. 9-10 in Manhattan to train current and future office holders, campaign managers and volunteer leaders on how to mount a successful campaign.

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PRATT – For the first time ever, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) is offering a fully-online Hunter Education course for prospective hunters aged 16 and older. Upon successful completion of the self-paced course, students will be issued a Kansas Hunter Education Certificate…

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Junction City, KS – United Way of Junction City-Geary County has announced that it is still seeking volunteers to assist with its annual Day of Caring, scheduled for Saturday, October 23rd, 2021. The event will run from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.

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Troubadours of JC began rehearsing for the 40th-plus choral anniversary program to be held following the annual Thanksgiving community luncheon in November.

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MANHATTAN — Jungkwun “JK” Kim, assistant professor in the Mike Wiegers Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has received a National Science Foundation grant to develop a next-generation wound treatment that also resists infection through microneedle-mediated adaptive photothera…

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The 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley now offers a free on-post shuttle service for Soldiers. The Victory Shuttle began operating Oct. 4 at 8 a.m. and will run from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday. The service will not be available on weekends, federal holidays or training holiday…

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Junction City Area Retired School Personnel (JCARSP) met at the Zion United Church of Christ on Friday, October 8 at 10:30 AM. The purpose of the JCARSP is to provide an organizational framework through which retired school personnel can continue a life of service to fellow members, their ac…

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Governor-Elect of the Kansas District Optimist Clubs, Doug Jardine (far right) swore in the JC Breakfast Optimist Club for 2021-22 on October 6. From left, Joe Handlos, Treasurer; Ferrell Miller, Secretary; Nita Miller, Vice President; Don Manley, President and Jardine.

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USD 475’s Board of Education voted on Monday to continue the requirement for all students, staff and visitors to wear masks regardless of their vaccination status.

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Geary County Sheriff’s Office had identified 22-year-old Enfinnity Latania Hayes of Fort Riley as the victim in Sunday night’s shooting at the Milford State Park Group Shelter.

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William Easterling and Jayda Harris were named senior homecoming king and queen Friday night at Junction City’s game versus Washburn Rural.

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Friday, several members of Central National Bank presented a check for $150,000 to Aging Well, Inc. in support of the recently announced Spring Valley campus project. Donated funds are to be used to construct senior living and skilled nursing facilities on the West side of Junction City.

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President Helen Kovac called the recent meeting of the Ladies Reading Club with 19 members and two guest present. Danielle Hallgren and Shanon Rosauer of the Konza Prairie Community Health and Dental Center gave an informative presentation about the history and vision of the Clinic. She stat…

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The Kansas Association of Retired School Personnel (KARSP) of which the Junction City Area Retired School Personnel is affiliated, met at the Courtyard by Marriott in Junction City on September 29, 30 and October 1. Members include retired educators and support personnel who have retired fro…

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The C.L. Hoover Opera House hosted the Robert F. Rodriguez Jazz Combo for Jazz at the Junction, their informal lobby concert series, on Friday. .

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Every year, National 4-H Week sees millions of youth, parents, volunteers and alumni come together to celebrate the many positive youth development opportunities offered by 4-H. The theme for this year’s National 4-H Week is Find Your Spark. Sparks are what help youth see the potential withi…

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The Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson were bustling with activity in mid-September. 4-H members from all over the state were participating in judging contests, showing animals, and having exhibits judged as part of the Kansas State Fair. In order to participate in judging contests, the …

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The Dorothy Bramlage Public Library is proud to announce the return of one of our favorite events – Touch a Truck!

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Bayer Construction has been awarded the Munson Road Paving Project for the contracted price of $588,994.05. Starting on Monday, September 27, 2021, Munson Road will be closed to thru traffic starting at the K-18 intersection for½ mile north. Anticipated reopening of Munson Road is tentativel…

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After holding a virtual Fall Apple Day Festival in 2020, the Fort Riley event made its return (all though in a limited capacity) on Saturday. 

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Junction City football played their first game at their new high school stadium on Friday. The Blue Jays won an exciting overtime battle versus Seaman. A full game story and more pictures from Friday night can be found on B1.

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TOPEKA – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) releases data and resources to support local communities and organizations as part of Suicide Prevention Month. Governor Laura Kelly signed a proclamation designating September as Suicide Prevention Month in the State of Kansas.…

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