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Fire hydrants not possible with Gage County Rural Water Project

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Gage County Supervisors were hoping to install fire hydrants and fire truck fill up points along the rural water project near Wymore, however that will not be possible.  According to Ted McIntyre, the project engineer, fire hydrants being added to the line will not be possible because the system was designed for drinking water.  The line will run from just ... Read More »

WRAPS Offers Re-Leaf Program

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Financial Re-LEAF for Forests & Pasture Many people know the benefit that sustainably managed forests and pastures provide for water quality; however, an upcoming workshop will also highlight the financial benefits that sustainable land management can provide to you, the landowner. Landowners and producers interested in sustainable and profitable forest and pasture management are encouraged to attend the upcoming “Financial ... Read More »

New Waterline Proposed for Southern Gage County

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A new water line has been proposed for southern Gage County.  The Lower Big Blue Natural Resource District proposed installing a new water line east and south of Wymore.  170 people in the area have already signed up to hook into the new 127 mile waterline. Gage County Supervisor Terry Jurgens spoke to the Gage County Board Wednesday.  The Board ... Read More »

West Wins Division I Game Over East 26-12

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Special Thanks To The Hutchinson News Written By Vance Janek BELOIT — Pretty Prairie football coach CT Young knew before Saturday’s Eight-Man Division I All-Star game that Hunter Pittman and Daniel Kreh­biel are special athletes. Young, the West Squad coach, saw all week in prac­tice just how good the two former Bulldogs were. They backed it up Satur­day against the ... Read More »

MEMORIAL WEEK MARKED BY BLUE RIBBONS & MEMORIAL SERVICES

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Law Enforcement Memorial Week honors those officers who have been lost in the line of duty In honor of National Police Week and National Peace Officers’ Memorial Day, the State of Kansas will be having its annual Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony this week. National Police Week is held May 15-21 this year, and National Peace Officers’ Memorial Day is held ... Read More »

2.146 Million Dollar Re-surfacing Project Begins

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On Monday, a 2.146 million dollar resurfacing project began on a 28-mile stretch of K-99 from the north city limits of Frankfort to the Kansas/Nebraska state line and on K-9 from the K-88 junction to the K-99 junction north of Frankfort in Marshall County. Resurfacing work will take place daily, Monday through Saturday, during daylight hours. Flaggers will coordinate with ... Read More »

Re-surfacing Work Begins on Highway 99

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On Monday, a 2.146 million dollar resurfacing project began on a 28-mile stretch of K-99 from the north city limits of Frankfort to the Kansas/Nebraska state line and on K-9 from the K-88 junction to the K-99 junction north of Frankfort in Marshall County. Resurfacing work will take place daily, Monday through Saturday, during daylight hours. Flaggers will coordinate with ... Read More »

Duckwalls in Washington closing for good

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Washington, Kansas is losing long time retailer the Duckwall Store.  Alco and Duckwalls Inc. today announced it will close 44 Duckwall stores, including 20 in Kansas, and redeploy the capital into higher return ALCO stores.  The Company, which currently operates 214 broad line ALCO stores in 23 states, intends to change its corporate name to ALCO Stores, Inc., to reflect its ... Read More »

Harvest Moves North Finally

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It’s been right at a week since the area wheat harvest got underway. A check of the harvest progress in the Beloit and eastern half of Mitchell County areas shows producers have been cutting, but only those with fields south of a line east and west starting about 5-miles south of Beloit. Those with fields north of that line took ... Read More »