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Chalk Up 11: Kansas Comeback Claims Undisputed Crown

'Press Virginia' had given the Jayhawks almost all they could take. Down two starters and 42 minutes into the game, Wayne Selden, Jr. and Jamari Traylor pulled off a press break nothing short of perfection. In the air, from midcourt, Selden shot a bull...

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Self Talks TCU at Weekly Presser

A hard-fought game at TCU last month has the eighth-ranked Kansas men's basketball team prepared to host the Horned Frogs in Lawrence. During his weekly press conference, head coach Bill Self discussed the keys to playing TCU the second time around, hi...

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Big 12 Men’s Basketball Media Days Live

  KANSAS CITY – The 2012 Big 12 Conference Men’s Basketball Media Day will be streamed live on kndyradio.com via the Big 12 Video Zone. All conference head coaches will hold press conferences, as well as select players from each team. Below is the anticipated schedule for press conferences today. Please use the video player above to watch live. *All ...

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Search in Progress for Missing Fairbury Man

Jefferson County law enforcement is asking for help searching for an elderly rural Fairbury man who went missing Tuesday morning. According to a press release by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department, John W. Snyder was last seen at his home at approximately 10 a.m. Tuesday. Snyder is described as an 81-year-old white male approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall weighing ...

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Diller Woman Arrested For Theft

A Diller woman was arrested Friday in connection with a series of recent thefts. Jeannie D. Firmanik was arrested on two counts of burglary and one count of possession of stolen property. According to a press release issued by Jefferson County Sheriff Nels Sorensen, deputies served a search warrant at a Diller home at approximately 10 a.m. Friday.  The warrant ...

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Washington County Voter’s Unhappy with Commissioners

According to a press release received by KNDY a group of unhappy voters in Washington County plan to attend the Washington County Commissioner’s meeting on April 16 at 8:15.   The group is protesting the commissioners’ decision to change voting procedures.  According to the release Commissioners were presented with a petition opposing the changes signed by nearly 700 registered voters in ...

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Congressman Huelskamp Visits Marshall and Washington Counties

Congressman Tim Huelskamp will visit Marshall County on Monday, January 9th.  In a press release The Kansas First District Congressman said he is continuing a tradition by visiting each of the District’s 69 counties every year. The Congressman will hold a town hall meeting in Marshall County from 2 to 3 P.M. at the Wagon Wheel Café at 703 Broadway.  ...

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KU drops to #14 in College Basketball Poll

Associated Press Top 25 1. North Carolina 2. Kentucky 3. Ohio State 4. Connecticut 5. Syracuse 6. Duke 7. Louisville 8. Memphis 9. Baylor 10. Florida 11. Wisconsin 12. Xavier 13. Alabama 14. Kansas 15. Michigan 16. Marquette 17. Pittsburgh 18. Vanderbilt 19. Gonzaga 20. California 21. Missouri 22. Florida State 23. Arizona 24. Mississippi State 25. Texas A&M

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Yungeberg Hired as Community Education Director

Blue Rapids Free Press reports Tony Yungeberg has been hired by Valley Heights School District as Community Ed Director, effective immediately. Tony is a 1991 graduate of Valley Heights. He attended Hutch Community College where he played football for the Blue Dragons, and Emporia State University. He was an employee of Waterville Lumber for 18 years prior to the business ...

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Jayhawk Television Network Affiliates Set For KU-Texas Football Telecast

Game Broadcast will be available on KNDY FM 95.5 in Northeast Kansas and KZDY FM “Z-96.3″ in North Central Kansas. LAWRENCE, Kan. – The Jayhawk Television Network’s (JTN) affiliate lineup is set for the telecast of the KU-Texas football game in Austin Oct. 29. The game will air in High Definition on these over-the-air stations in Kansas City and throughout ...

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