Home | Tag Archives: majority

Tag Archives: majority

Washington County Harvest Report

River Valley Extension Agent Todd Whitney reported harvest in Washington County is moving a bit slower due to green stems and a record amount of double crops. Whitney reported that there has been a minimal amount of Sorghum harvested due to a large amount of green leaves. With the exception of double crop, soybean harvest is approximately 80% complete with ... Read More »

Hanover Cemetery Continues “Righting” a “Wrong”

Hanover Cemetery was the victim of vandals in February. Approximately 25 grave stones were pushed over during the night of February 18th. The majority of the vandalized stones were in the southeast corner of the cemetery. Keith Allerheiligen, cemetery sexton, reported Thursday that they are still in the process of lifting the stones back into place. He said that so ... Read More »

Republicans Have New Leader in Kansas House

Republicans in the Kansas House of Representatives take a comfortable 92-33 majority into the new Kansas legislative session in January. And they will do so with a new leader. This morning, Arlen Siegfried of Olathe was elected the new Majority Leader in the Kansas House defeating Richard Carlson of St. Mary’s 54-36. Siegfried replaces Ray Merrick from Stillwell, who was ... Read More »

Re-zoning protest petition falls short

The Petition to protest a proposed zoning change falls short and is declared invalid.  According to City Clerk Debbie Price a petition to protest the proposed change of zoning for the property involved in the housing development on 11th road has been declared invalid.  Price said the petition did not meet the requirements set forth and did not have the ... Read More »

1A Schools Vote In Favor of Change

Back in late April and early May, the Kansas State High School Activities Association Board of Directors approved a proposal that would split class 1A into two championship Divisions for Basketball, Volleyball and Scholar’s Bowl. The final decision was left to the schools in class 1A in a majority vote. The vote turned out in favor of the change, as ... Read More »