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Public Affairs: April Todd of PEPC


April Todd was our guest on this weekend on KNDY Public Affairs. April is the Community Resource Specialist for PEPC. PEPC, you ask? Listen to the interview here, and find out for yourself. Read More »

Kansas Volleyball Association Volleyball Rankings – Week #4

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October 1, 2014, Topeka, KS — The Kansas Volleyball Association is pleased to announce the 2014 Week 4 Volleyball Rankings sponsored by PrepVolleyball.com. This week’s rankings reflect the new 2014-15 KSHSAA classifications. Rank – School – Record – Last Week’s Rank Class 6A 1. Olathe East 15-3 (1) 2. Blue Valley North 14-3 (2) 3. Blue Valley Northwest 15-2 (3) 4. Maize ... Read More »

Twin Valley League Volleyball Report – Week #5

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Team League Overall Centralia 10-0 21-1 Washington County 9-1 15-1 Valley Heights 8-2 15-6 Axtell 6-3 13-8 Troy 5-3 8-9 Frankfort 6-5 12-9 Linn 6-5 19-9 Hanover 4-5 11-11 Clifton-Clyde 3-7 8-14 Onaga 2-7 7-12 Doniphan West 2-7 7-13 Blue Valley 1-8 1-20 Wetmore 1-10 2-18 Scores from September 30, 2014 *Axtell vs Blue Valley did not play *Clifton-Clyde def ... Read More »

Storm Damage From Frankfort Captured By WIBW-TV


Pictures of storm damage in Frankfort as captured by WIBW-TV personnel. Trailers flipped after A severe thunderstorm rolled through #Frankfort KS this AM. From Justin Miller. pic.twitter.com/TokU5UWtVI — Collin Myers WIBW-TV (@CollinMyers_) October 2, 2014 Tree down on car, street filled with water in #Frankfort KS. Severe storm went through this AM. From Justin Miller pic.twitter.com/F2UAt7gOZJ — Collin Myers WIBW-TV ... Read More »

Storm Damage Reported In Frankfort; Emergency Management On Scene


Marshall County Emergency Management on the scene with storm damage in Frankfort. Sheriff Dan Hargraves discouraging traffic, lots of trees, limbs, and power lines down. “It’s a mess,” he says. Widespread wind damage reported throughout town. Power lines and poles down. Roof of city hall blown off. Windows throughout the town were broken either by hail or wind. In Washington ... Read More »