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Mail-In Ballot Ads have Republicans Crying Foul

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Another Republican candidate for state office is crying foul. Republican Kris Kobach is accusing Democrat Chris Biggs – the incumbent Secretary of State – of improperly using a new, tax-financed television ad to campaign for himself. The 30-second spot instructs viewers in the use of a mail-in ballot. At the end of the ad, a picture of Biggs appears for ... Read More »

KHP Press release for KU/KState Football Game

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The matchup between two Kansas schools is expected to bring extra traffic to the Turnpike this Thursday, Oct. 14, and will bring extra fans to Lawrence. The annual Sunflower Showdown between the University of Kansas Jayhawks and the Kansas State University Wildcats will be the 100th consecutive meeting between the two teams, and each year this game brings fans for ... Read More »

Kansas Farmers Can Grow Their Communities One Donation at a Time

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I am writing you on behalf of Monsanto Fund and wanted to share a great opportunity for your state with you.  Below you will find information on the Monsanto Fund’s America’s Farmers Grow CommunitiesSM program, which wants to donate $2,500 to 81 counties in Kansas, which adds up to $202,500 to the state in February 2011.  We would love it ... Read More »

Two arrested for salvage yard theft

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Two Fairbury men were arrested Monday after attempting to sell stolen equipment.  Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office received information related to a possible burglary at the salvage yard at approximately 5:30 p.m. on Monday.  Officers were given information about a person trying to sell two trucks and two John Deere tractors to the Dorchester salvage yard.  The items were an exact ... Read More »

USD 451 Board of Education minutes

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REGULAR MEETING Unified School District #451 Board of Education October 11, 2010         The regular meeting of the U.S.D. #451 Board of Education was called to order Monday, October 11, 2010 by President Dale Sudbeck at 7:30 p.m. Alan Schmitz, Steve Sudbeck, Nick Holthaus, Jim Dalinghaus, John Haug and Martin Haug answered roll call.  Also attending were Jerry Turner, ... Read More »

Text message bank card scam reported

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On Saturday October 9th 2010, the Gage County Sheriff’s Office was made aware of a possible scam that was taking place in Gage County.   Several people received a text message in reference to their bank card being ‘deactivated.”  The text is requesting they call a number to re-activate the card.  The Gage County Sheriff’s Office wants to remind people to ... Read More »

Washington County Sheriff’s report

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On 092710 on 3rd Road at King Road Brent Lehman Linn driving a 2009 Chevrolet struck deer.  Damage estimated at more than $1,000.00, no injuries were reported.  On 093010 on North Street at Church Street in Hanover Mary Strnad, Hanover driving a 2008 Toyota and James Bennett, Hanover driving a 1994 Oldsmobile arrived at intersection at the same time.  Bennett ... Read More »

Washington County Commissioners’ minutes

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COMMISSION MINUTES, OCTOBER 11, 2010 The Board of Washington County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, October 11, 2010 in the commission room at the Washington County Courthouse.  Present:  Alison Mueller, 1st District Commissioner, Roger Otott, 2nd District Commissioner; Gene Helms, 3rd District Commissioner, Elizabeth Hiltgen, County Attorney and Lou Kern, County Clerk.    Chairman Helms called the meeting ... Read More »

Fort Riley Retiree Appreciation Day takes place this week

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Military Retirees of all services may get their flu shots as well as basic health screenings at the annual Fort Riley Retiree Appreciation Day, Friday, the 15th October.  Fort Riley services some 44,000 military retirees in the four-state area of Kansas, Nebraska, North and South Dakota and a large contingent of these retirees look forward to this annual event at ... Read More »

Clean Air Act causes farmers’ concern

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Some Kansas farmers and lawmakers say they are concerned how a federal review of dust emissions might affect the family farm. The Environmental Protection Agency is reviewing airborne pollutant standards, which includes dust, as required by the Clean Air Act. A draft released by the EPA in July would tighten air particle standards from 150 micrograms per cubic meter to ... Read More »