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TOPEKA – Kansas’ August total tax revenues were $629.0 million. Those collections are $113.6 million, or 22.0%, more than the estimate. The August total tax collections performed $85.5 million, or 15.7%, better than the same month of last fiscal year.

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US Congressman Tracey Mann speaks about future of Kansas and educates the community leaders about their district at the MAC Breakfast.

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US Congressman Tracey Mann speaks about future of Kansas and educates the community leaders about their district.

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Xpress Wellness Urgent Care opened a 3,600 square foot facility, located at 527 W 6th St. This new clinic opened Monday, August 30, 2021 and offers access to urgent care for non-life-threatening conditions for patients of all ages. On-site services offered will include computerized x-ray, la…

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State Farm and Safe Kids team up each year to sponsor Bucks for Buckles. This year, Karen Jameson’s State Farm Ageny at 206 E Ash Street, is having an event September 9, with the Junction City Police department, to give away dollars to drivers that have all occupants in the vehicle buckled.

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MANHATTAN – Anyone wanting to learn more about all facets of agriculture is encouraged to apply for Kansas Farm Bureau’s Ag Academy. The year-long program focuses on advocacy, leadership and service, education, rural communities and farm families.

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TOPEKA – Residential distributed generation (DG) customers served by Evergy Kansas Metro will soon have a new monthly electric rate that does not include a demand charge. This morning, the Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC) issued an order that will move DG customers from a three-part rate …

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The Junction City Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Junction City Expo will take place from 5 until 8 p.m. Sept. 1 in Heritage Park.

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Support from over 75 local community members made the Brunch in the Meadow fundraising event on August 7th a success. The event was held on the undeveloped site of the future senior living campus, highlighting the beautiful views and prime location. Donations supported the fundraising campai…

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Kansas State Treasurer Lynn Rogers visited Junction City Wednesday afternoon. During his stop in the community, Rogers helped locate more than $21,000 for Geary County and $100 for Junction City’s parks and recs department through the treasurers offices found property program.

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TOPEKA – Today, Governor Laura Kelly announced Kansas’ July tax receipts. In total, Kansas’ State General Fund saw its total tax receipts for July perform $60.0 million, or 11.0%, better than the estimate with $602.6 million collected. Comparing this July’s total tax receipts to the previous…

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The Thursday July 22 MAC breakfast featured Steven Wahle (pictured) who works with the Fort Riley Outdoorsmen Group. Wahle spoke about all the events the Fort Riley Outdoorsmen Group offers for the youth of Fort Riley. Dick Young also spoke about the ornament fundraising sale.

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COVID-19 has caused shortages in the supply chain from day one, causing a run on toilet paper and other paper products and cleaning supplies in the early days of the pandemic. While the toilet paper shortage seems to have tapered off, there are still some items in short supply because of the…

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In the spring of 2021, Junction City was selected by the State of Kansas to be one of the three new Main Street designated communities. The designation provides the community access to a significant amount of high-quality technical expertise that seeks to help communities revitalize downtown…

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The Junction City, Manhattan, and Wamego Chambers of Commerce will come together once again for the annual Regional Leaders Retreat on July 29 & 30, 2021. Join other business leaders at the Hilton Garden Inn in Manhattan to discuss protecting Fort Riley, entrepreneurship, diversity, tale…

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