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Proposed Bill Would Require Transmission Lines Be Reviewed

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State Representative Sharon Schwarz of Washington recently testified for a bill that would require power transmission line projects to undergo a review by the Kansas Electric Transmission Authority before proceeding to the Kansas Corporation Commission. The proposed legislation was prompted by the K.C.C. granting a Certificate of Convenience to Clean Line Energy, which plans to build an electric transmission line ... Read More »

Amber Alert Cancelled By KBI; Velazquez & Delacruz No Longer In Kansas

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The Kansas Bureau of Investigation has cancelled the Kansas Amber Alert for Nomei Velazquez. The KBI reports that recent information indicate that she is no longer in Kansas. The Kansas Bureau of Investigation has issued a Kansas Amber Alert for Nomei Velazquez. She is a 15 year old white female with black hair. She is 4 feet, 11 inches tall ... Read More »

Kansas Severe Weather Awareness Week Is March 3-7

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We recommend downloading the KNDY-FM App for Smartphones to stay in touch during Severe Weather. Just search “KNDY-FM” in the application store on your smartphone. Severe weather season is coming and we can be sure of one thing – somewhere, sometime in the coming months, Kansas is going to be hit with a severe storm, tornado, flooding and flash floods. ... Read More »

Landoll Corporation Wins Prestigious Ad Astra Award

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Landoll Corporation of Marysville was presented the prestigious Ad Astra Award by Kansas Governor Sam Brownback at the Kansas Chamber of Commerce annual banquet in Topeka Tuesday evening. Founder Don Landoll was on hand with family and employees noting the firms’ growth over the past fifty years from a small welding shop to a manufacturer with nearly 1,000 employees today. ... Read More »

Join Walk Kansas And Help Keep Those New Year Resolutions Strong

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By Gina Aurand, DEA, Foods & Nutrition – River Valley Extension District As I write this and hear the radio announcer warning me of yet another winter weather advisory being issued for the River Valley District it makes me wish longingly for sunny spring weather. It also makes it more difficult to think about physical activity. After all, cold, gray, snowy ... Read More »

Governor Signs State Of Disaster Emergency Declaration; Two Fatalities Reported; Kansas National Guard Deployed

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Gov. Sam Brownback has declared a State of Disaster Emergency for all of Kansas in response to the major winter storm moving through the state. The declaration authorizes state resources to assist communities affected by the winter storm still moving across Kansas. “As predicted and expected, snow has been blanketing the state for several hours causing deteriorating travel conditions,” said ... Read More »

2014 KSHSAA Oscar Stauffer Awards Announced

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TOPEKA, Kan. – The KSHSAA is pleased to announce the selection of John Kurtz and Kyle McCaskey as the 2014 Oscar Stauffer Award recipients. Kurtz, Manhattan, has been dubbed the Sportscaster of the Year and McCaskey, Hutchinson, as the Sportswriter of the Year. KMAN’s John Kurtz grew up in Overland Park, Kansas and graduated from Blue Valley West High School ... Read More »

Marysville USD 364 Announces Finalists for Superintendent Interviews

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Marysville, Kansas – The Marysville USD 364 Board of Education is pleased to announce that they have selected five candidates to interview for their superintendent vacancy. The candidates selected for interviews are: Mike Nulton – Allen, Kansas Adam McDaniel – Atwood, Kansas Carolyn Eide – Whiting, Iowa Leland “Jamie” Rumford – Cheney, Kansas Randy Freeman – Marysville, Kansas Interviews are ... Read More »

KDA Creates Easy-to-Follow Guidelines to Help Kansas Farms, Ranches and Agribusinesses

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TOPEKA, Kan. – The Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA) is committed to providing support and assistance to Kansas farms, ranches and agribusinesses through the implementation of 12 new business licensing guides and updates made to existing guides. As KDA works to encourage farms, ranches and other agriculture businesses to expand in or relocate to Kansas, the KDA Agriculture Advocacy, Marketing ... Read More »

Kansas State Defeats Michigan In Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl

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Courtesy of K-State Sports Information – Kelly McHugh TEMPE, Ariz. – When the final whistle blew last night at Sun Devil Stadium, K-State felt an emotion it hadn’t felt in more than a decade. After defeating the Michigan Wolverines, 31-14, in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl, the Wildcats became bowl champions, and the team finally finished its season on a high ... Read More »