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KANSAS FOOTBALL ANNOUNCES HOME-AND-HOME WITH HAWAII

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LAWRENCE, Kan. – Kansas and Hawaii will meet on the gridiron for the first time since 1985 when the Warriors travel to Lawrence in 2016 as the first part of a home-and-home series, it was announced Wednesday afternoon. The 2016 home game for the Jayhawks is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 24, in Memorial Stadium. KU will travel to Honolulu for a ... Read More »

Several cars vandalized in Beatrice last weekend.

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Beatrice authorities are seeking information regarding a series of vehicle vandalism incidents reported late Saturday or early Sunday morning last weekend.  Most involved spray paint over license plates.  Anyone with information is asked to contact authorities at (402) 223-4080. Read More »

Series Of Fires Reported In Hanover Thursday Night

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Firemen responded to another series of fires in Hanover Thursday night. Two residences and a warehouse owned by Hanover Electric were involved. The cause remains to be determined, and will be investigated. However, investigation into several fires in the Hanover community over the past several years have turned up little evidence in convicting a suspected arsonist. The Washington County Community ... Read More »

House Acts on Governor’s Spending Cuts

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The Kansas House of Representatives this week passed an amended series of state spending cuts proposed by Governor Sam Brownback. The plan calls for a 2% reduction in base state aid to schools and 7.5% pay cuts for legislators, some government executives, and some university employees. The budget proposal which now goes to the Senate, provides for cutting taxpayer-provided state ... Read More »

“Films On The 50″ Scheduled for Charles Steele Field in Waterville

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Charles Steele Memorial Field in Waterville will be host to a few outdoor cinematic films this summer. The series, dubbed “Films on the 50″ will feature the following movies: Wednesday, July 7th – The Incredibles at 8:00 PM & Iron Man at 10:00 PM. Wednesday, July 21st - Monsters Inc. at 8:00 PM & The Bounty Hunter at 10:00 PM Wednesday, ... Read More »

Sunflower Showdown Moved To Thurs. Oct. 14 in Lawrence

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LAWRENCE, Kan. — The 2010 football matchup between Kansas and Kansas State has been moved to Thursday, Oct. 14, and will be nationally televised on Fox Sports Net. The game was originally scheduled for Oct. 16. The 108th edition of the Sunflower Showdown will kick off at 6:30 p.m. in Lawrence. “It is exciting for this in-state rivalry to be ... Read More »

RuralVoices Youth Contest Winners Named

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BELOIT, KS, March 24, 2010 – Three high school seniors from North Central Kansas will each receive $650 for submitting the top entries in the Fourth Annual RuralVoices Youth Contest sponsored by the North Central Regional Planning Commission (NCRPC), Beloit, Kansas. Students had three options to participate that included submitting a written essay, a video or a photo series. Winners ... Read More »

SCC-Lincoln hosting Animal Planet’s Jeff Corwin on April 9

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Emmy Award winner Jeff Corwin, one of the most recognizable personalities on Animal Planet, is coming to Lincoln. Corwin, who has worked for the conservation of endangered species and ecosystems around the world since he was a teenager, will give a presentation titled “100 Heartbeats” at 7 p.m. April 9 in the gymnasium at Southeast community College’s Lincoln Campus, 8800 ... Read More »

Eisenhower Memorial in Washington D.C.

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6-05-09 This weekend marks the 65th Anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Europe led by Supreme Allied Commander Dwight David Eisenhower during World War II; . A series of commemorative events are being held in Abilene this weekend in honor of D-Day. First District Kansas Congressman Jerry Moran, a member of the 12-person commission working to create a national memorial ... Read More »