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Gage County Deputies Chase Stolen Car

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On Monday, September 26, deputies of the Gage County Sheriff’s Office responded to Blue Springs. The reporting party advised that a black vehicle was tearing around by their house. The reporting party was able to provide the vehicle’s license number and Deputies leaned the vehicle was stolen out of Jefferson County. A deputy located the vehicle traveling north near S. ... Read More »

Drought Could Mean More Wheat Planted

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As Kansas farmers begin preparing their fields to plant winter wheat, the question being tossed around by the Ag experts is, how much more wheat will be planted because of the ongoing dry spell? Industry experts are predicting a significant rise in the number of wheat acres because of the dramatic failure of spring-planted crops. The next hurdle for all ... Read More »

Text message bank card scam reported

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On Saturday October 9th 2010, the Gage County Sheriff’s Office was made aware of a possible scam that was taking place in Gage County.   Several people received a text message in reference to their bank card being ‘deactivated.”  The text is requesting they call a number to re-activate the card.  The Gage County Sheriff’s Office wants to remind people to ... Read More »

NFPA study: Nearly all structure fire deaths happen in home fires

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Home fires cause annual average of 2,840 civilian deaths Quincy, Mass. – According to a new study, Home Structure Fires, from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), home fires account for 92 percent of fire deaths that occur in structures. These fires cause an average of 2,840 civilian deaths each year. “This study strongly underscores the need to aggressively work ... Read More »

KDOT celebrates 20 yrs of volunteer road clean-up

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Kansas benefits from 20 years of AAH program More than 31,000 bags of trash – that’s just an average of what Adopt-A-Highway groups in Kansas remove from along roadways each year. This number is a rough estimate by the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT), that sponsors the program, taking the number of groups and multiplying them by an average of ... Read More »

U.S. Census Bureaus seeking workers

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The US Census Bureau is in the process of hiring nearly 4,000 temporary workers in Kansas from now until July. Dennis Johnson, the Regional Director of the US Census Bureau, says the bureau is in a very active mode of both recruiting and hiring. Interested applicants must be U.S. citizens, 18 years old or older, have a valid social security ... Read More »

Check Lanes and Saturation Patrols Set for Halloween

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The Kansas Highway Patrol is urging motorists and community members to practice caution as Halloween approaches. Caution can be the key to safety as an increasing number of people are out, including pedestrians walking, parents driving their children, and people attending Halloween parties. It is imperative that safety play a role in the fun during the day and evening’s celebrations. ... Read More »

Sunflower State Book Festival

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For 2-days this past weekend, the focal point was book, just books. What I’m talking about is the 2009 Sunflower State Book Festival. This year’s book festival was held in Osborne, moving there after a long stay in Wichita. A large number of Kansas authors were present for the all-day literary get-together that took place at Osborne High School on ... Read More »

Kansas Wheat Prediction Up Slightly

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Better than expected is the latest word used to describe the estimated Kansas wheat harvest. That’s what a new report from Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service is saying. The latest estimate predicts the Kansas crop will come in at around 300-million bushels. That number represents about a 3% increase over the forecast made about a month ago. By the way, that’s ... Read More »