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UPDATE: Rail Crossing Replacement To Close K-9 in Frankfort

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Weather permitting, on Thursday/Saturday, September 17-19, K-9 will be closed on the west edge of the city of Frankfort in Marshall County for a railroad crossing replacement project. K-9 will close to all traffic beginning at 6:00 a.m. on Thursday, September 17 and will reopen to all traffic at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 19. (This was originally scheduled for ... Read More »

Snyder Signs 5 Year Contract Extension at KSU

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MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State Director of Athletics John Currie announced Friday that football coach Bill Snyder has agreed to a new multi-year contract, securing the services of the legendary head coach through the 2013 season. The contract is retroactive to February 1, 2009, and includes annual compensation which will total nearly $10 million over the five-year agreement. The new ... Read More »

K-State Post-Game Traffic Routes Altered in Manhattan

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U.S. 24/Marlatt Ave. construction will alter traffic routes following Wildcats’ home games all season Wildcat fans and other travelers to Bill Snyder Family Stadium this football season should be prepared for some changes in traffic routes. Construction and realignment of the intersection of U.S. 24 (Tuttle Creek Boulevard) and Marlatt Avenue will alter some post-game traffic routes for those leaving ... Read More »

KHP Over the Limit Campaign

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It started yesterday, the Kansas Highway Patrol and many other law enforcement agencies across the state of Kansas are participating in the Kansas Department of Transportation Special Traffic Enforcement Program. The programs kicked off yesterday and will run through Labor Day, September 7th. Troopers will be enforcing Kansas’ impaired driving and other traffic laws. According to Colonel Terry Maple, Kansas ... Read More »

KNDY Seeking Part Time Employee

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KNDY Radio is seeking a part time employee, primarily to assist in coverage of high school sports. Responsibilities would include control board operation, updating scores, and color commentary. Radio or play by play experience a plus, but not required. You should be familiar with at least basic computer operation and functions. We’re seeking a capable, self starter, whose current employment ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Minutes

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The Marysville city council met Monday, approving the budget as proposed, for $9.2 million. The 71.682 levy is down slightly, 1.516 mills from the 2009 budget. The city inspector and public works administrator were asked to prioritize roofing repair on city owned buildings damaged by the summer hailstorm. The city received nearly $5,000 in insurance proceeds from Simmons Auditorium, which ... Read More »

Energy Efficiency Money

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There is some new money that will soon be made available for energy efficiency. The Kansas State Energy office, a Division of the Kansas Corporation Commission, will receive approximately $52-million in additional funding from the Department of Energy. The funding comes through three different federal programs: • $38,284,000 through the State Energy Program • $9,593,500 through Energy Efficiency and Conservation ... Read More »

School Bus Safety

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With the new school year here for many of the area students this week and not far off for the remainder, the Kansas Highway Patrol is asking motorists to remind themselves to look out for the children going to and from school. Patrol Superintendent Colonel Terry Maples said, “It’s easy for children to get caught up in their thoughts and ... Read More »

Moran Speaks Out at Ft. Leavenworth

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First District Kansas Congressman Jerry Moran, who was in the area this past weekend at the Tipton Picnic, attended a press conference today at Ft. Leavenworth in northeast Kansas. Moran was there to speak out against the transfer of terrorist detainees from Guantanamo Bay to the United States Disciplinary Barracks at Ft. Leavenworth. Moran said, “The terrorist detainees held at ... Read More »