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City Of Washington To Shut Down Water Tower At 8:30 AM

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The City of Washington is dealing with a water mess, and it is only going to get worse this morning. As part of the repairs, after two water mains broke on Tuesday, city crews plan to shut down the water tower at approximately 8:30 a.m. to repair a water valve. Utility customers in the 500 block of West 3rd Street ... Read More »

KCI cancelling many flights for tonight and tomorrow.

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The City of Kansas City, Mo., Aviation Department reports that many flights scheduled for Monday evening and Tuesday morning at Kansas City International Airport have been cancelled due to the region’s incoming snow storm. The Department strongly advises travelers and those picking up/dropping off travelers to check their flight status before coming to the airport. Real-time flight status is available ... Read More »

SEN. MORAN TO HOST CONFERENCE CALL FRIDAY

Will Discuss Rural Post Office Announcement   FRIDAY, May 11 at 9:30am CST     What:              U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) will host a conference call with radio reporters TOMORROW, Friday, May 11, 2012 at 9:30am CST. During the call, Sen. Moran will discuss the U.S. Postal Service’s (USPS) announcement yesterday that it will not close any of the ... Read More »

Update on Spring Creek Bridge Construction

Due to the diligent work of the contractor, Beachner Construction Company, and the Kansas Department of Transportation construction staff, along with good weather, the new US-36 Bridge spanning Spring Creek will be completed tomorrow, ahead of schedule, on Tuesday, November 22. The new US-36 Bridge over Spring Creek is scheduled to open to all traffic by mid-evening tomorrow, Tuesday, November ... Read More »

Full House Set to Act on Tuition Bill

The Kansas House of Representatives will take final action tomorrow on a bill that would repeal a state law allowing some illegal immigrants in Kansas to pay in-state tuition at public universities and colleges. The House passed the controversial bill 69-49 on an unrecorded vote today. Ever since the law was enacted in 2004, critics have argued it encourages illegal ... Read More »

Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is one of the most popular and one of the most dangerous holidays of the year. The actual Halloween this year is officially this coming Sunday but be prepared because some local civic organizations start their celebration of “All Hallows Night” tomorrow evening. Beloit Police Chief Ryan Stocker says there are some common sense things parents should do this ... Read More »

Wheat Harvest Revs Up

The heavy rains this past Saturday are all but forgotten. That was clear last night at 10 o’clock when I was driving home and still saw several wheat producers hard at it. The two days of vey hot and dry weather since Saturday’s monsoon has regenerated the local harvest effort and for the most part left the quality of the ... Read More »

Confirmation Hearing Near End for Sebelius

It looks like Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius will soon be the former Governor of Kansas. That change in status could come as soon as the end of this week. With the Senate Committee’s vote that is scheduled for tomorrow, the full Senate should get the opportunity to vote on the Governor’s cabinet position nomination either Wednesday or Thursday. Sebelius’ ties ... Read More »