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The Bulldog Report – Feb. 23rd, 2015

Marysville High School Bulldogs

This week’s edition of The Bulldog Report is hosted by sophomores at Marysville High School: Kali Crome and Adam Lindhorst. Hear them talk about how they learn about DNA with bananas in Mrs. Houtz’s biology class, what they’ve learned about the Industrial Revolution in Mr. Heyd’s world history class, and all that’s going on in Ms. Wolfe’s speech class.

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2014 Runner-Up Kansas Returns to Big 12 Conference Championship



After nearly three weeks since the last competition, the Kansas swimming and diving team returns to face four conference rivals at the Big 12 Championships. Last year, KU finished second behind the meet's champion and host Texas—the highest finish in program history. The league meet begins on Wednesday, Feb. 25 in the No. 13 Longhorns' Jamail Texas Swimming Center and will run through Saturday, Feb. 28.

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KU Track Concludes Strong Weekend in Fayetteville, Ames

The Kansas men's 4x400-meter relay collected its best time of the season to finish out a strong Jayhawk outing at the Tyson Invitational Saturday afternoon inside the Randal Tyson Track Center. Seven members of the Kansas teams posted personal-bests as...

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Open Letter: Let’s Kick Off Marysville Schools’ 125th!

Marysville High School Bulldogs

By Marysville Schools Superintendent Bill Mullins One of the things that excites me most about moving to Marysville is the opportunity to be closer to my family. A significant portion of my immediate family lives near Wichita. I look forward to spending more time with them reminiscing about the past and making new memories. I can spend hours at a ...

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Summerfield Pioneer Days Schedule Set

SATURDAY AUG. 16th 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM SUNDAY AUG. 17th 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM Come join us in Summerfield, KS. for a weekend of fun at the Transue Bros. Blacksmith Museum. There will be blacksmithing, broom making, marble blowing, Dutch oven cooking, skull painting and furs, handmade dream catcher, rope making, wheelwright, old time tailor, old fashion sock ...

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SILVER ALERT: Authorities Seek Missing Onaga Man

Pottawatomie County authorities are asking the public for assistance locating a missing Onaga man. Onaga Police Chief Dan Costlow reports that 67-year-old Melvin Potter went missing at approximately 10 a.m. on Friday. The report indicates that Potter left his home to run an errand and didn’t return. Potter suffers from Dementia and is without his medication. He also has a ...

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EF-5 Oklahoma Tornado Passes 2004 Hallam, NE Record For Widest Tornado

In a matter of a few weeks, the state of Oklahoma has seen its second EF5 rated tornado. In addition, the damage path was as wide as 2.6 miles. This is a new record for the widest tornado in history, beating the previous record of 2.5 miles near Hallam, Neb. on May 22, 2004. After additional surveying and studying of weather data, including ...

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Grant Opportunities available thru Kansas Humanities Council

The Kansas Humanities Council has announced grant opportunities available to Kansas nonprofits in 2013. The council grants support projects that use the humanities to connect people with ideas, places, and history. Eligible projects include, but are not limited to, museum exhibitions and short films that strengthen community and encourage discussions, oral history, photograph digitization, and research projects. 2013 grant deadlines ...

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Collin Klein Wins Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award

MANHATTAN, Kan. – In the midst of one of the greatest seasons in school history, Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein was named the recipient of the 2012 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, the award’s foundation announced today. Klein is the first Wildcat to pick up the honor and the fifth from the Big 8/12 since the award’s inception in 1987. The Loveland, Colo., ...

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