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Alfalfa County court filings

According to the affidavits and petitions on file, the following individuals have been charged. An individual is innocent of any charges listed below until proven guilty in a court of law. All information is a matter of public record and may be...

 

Alfalfa County Sheriff's Office logs

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 7:17 a.m. Controlled burn out of control. Paged Amorita and Byron Fire Department. 8:03 a.m. Controlled burn at County Road 560 and Dewey. 10:42 a.m. Report of cattle out at junction of highways 11 and 38. 12:06 p.m....

 

Alfalfa County real estate transactions

Real Estate Transfers Book 828 page 342: Billy Joe Thomasy and Karan P. Thomasy, husband and wife, and Thomasy Electric, LLC, grantees, convey unto Thomasy Electric, LLC, grantee: lot 3 and N/2 of lot 4, block 2, Gilmore Addition to the City of...

 

Barber County Sheriff's Office log

June 18, 2018 Medicine Lodge ambulance responded to south Spring Street. No transport. Medicine Lodge ambulance transported patient from north Cedar Street to Pratt Regional Hospital. June 19, 2018 Charles McKinney, Medicine Lodge, reported a truck...

 
 By Dan Namowitz    Local    June 27, 2018

Tennessee team wins 2018 Air Race Classic

Pilots Mariah Ferber and Paige Kessler, flying as the team Nashville Flight Training, have won the 2018 Air Race Classic. The team sponsored by a Nashville, Tennessee, flight school flew their 1998 Cessna 172R to a fraction-of-a-mile-per-hour...

 
 By Yvonne Miller    Local    June 27, 2018

Burlington School Board reemploys many, conducts lots of business

Burlington School Board President Terry Graham called the group's regular June meeting to order last Thursday night at 8 p.m.; the meeting adjourned at 12:38 a.m. Just three board members were present, including Graham, Allison Armbruster and Aaron...

 
 By Stacy Sanborn    Local    June 27, 2018

Alfalfa County commissioners prepare for new financial year

Alfalfa County commissioners met Monday morning, ready for a long session of awarding six-month bids and to make preparations for the new fiscal year. Before starting with the bids, previous meeting minutes were approved along with the consent...

 
 By Lynn L. Martin    Local    June 27, 2018

Woods County commissioners help Senior Citizens Center

The Woods County commissioners agreed to pay Erikson Steel $7,400 to install an overhead garage door in the wall of an adjacent building where supplies are stored next to the Senior Citizens Center. Two road-crossing permits were issued to BCE-MACH,...

 

Poultry testing for the Barber County Fair

All poultry must be tested for pullorum-typhoid prior to being exhibited at the Barber County Fair. No testing will be taking place at the county fair. Kansas Division of Animal Health (KDAH) will be conducting poultry testing at the Barber County...

 

All-American Blood Drives to be held in July

Four All American Blood Drives will be held during the month of July. • Value Added Products, 2101 College Blvd., Monday, July 2, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. • Wal-Mart, 914 E. Oklahoma Blvd., Monday, July 2, from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. • Dacoma...

 
 By Yvonne Miller    Local    June 27, 2018

Marine veteran Don Kuenzi shares his experience on Kansas Honor Flight to D.C

From Kiowa, Kansas, former U.S. Marine Don Kuenzi is undoubtedly one of the most patriotic men in town – just visit with him and there's no question. Any time local veterans get together you can...

 
 By Marione Martin    Local    June 27, 2018

Helena man charged with obstruction, resisting officer

Officers say a man just couldn’t stop communicating with his estranged spouse despite several warnings. According to court records, Alfalfa County Deputies Loren Nusser and Thomas Wilson went to Helena to assist Helena Police Chief Jim Dykes with...

 
 By Yvonne Miller    Local    June 27, 2018

Hardtner's refurbished swimming pool holds grand opening Saturday

It's fixed, painted and filled with water. The Hardtner Swimming Pool is again open for you to swim, float, play games, visit or just relax and have fun. Hardtner's Chamber of Commerce invites you to...

 
 By Lynn L. Martin    Local    June 27, 2018

Freedom hires new teachers

As the start of school is only about six weeks away, the Freedom School Board succeeded in replacing two teachers who resigned: Charlotte Selfridge, a longtime teacher, in a letter to the board said she is retiring. Another teacher, Penny Brewer, is...

 

Coggins celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary

Les and Dee Coggins were married in a little country church, Mt. Hope Methodist, southwest of Geuda Springs, Kansas, on July 5, 1958. They were blessed with five sons: Jim (D'Narda), Mike (Shana),...

 

Texas district considers renovations after school shooting

SANTA FE, Texas (AP) — A Houston-area high school is considering security measures and renovation proposals amid parent demands for changes following a mass shooting that killed 10 people. Parents and Santa Fe Independent School District officials...

 

Officials: NC university mishandled sexual assault claims

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The University of North Carolina's flagship school violated Title IX anti-discrimination law because of the way it handled sexual-assault and harassment complaints, a federal civil rights office has found. The decision by the...

 

Rural black Nevada students win discrimination settlement

RENO, Nev. (AP) — Two African-American students who say they were subjected to repeated racial bullying at their rural Nevada high school have won a settlement in a federal discrimination lawsuit against the school district and the city of...

 

At Coast Guard Academy, questions about racism and equity

NEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) — At the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, officers-in-training spend four years together at a riverside campus steeped in shared values of honor, respect and devotion to duty. Yet for all the uniformity, many say the experience can...

 

Praying football coach petitions US Supreme Court

SEATTLE (AP) — A former Bremerton High School coach who was terminated when he refused to stop praying on the football field is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear his case. The Seattle Times reports attorneys on behalf of Joe Kennedy filed a...

 

Sheriff raises billboard criticizing school's security

HAMILTON, Ohio (AP) — A southwestern Ohio sheriff has taken out a billboard ad criticizing a local district's school security. The Hamilton-Middletown Journal-News reports the ad by Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones questions the safety provided...

 

Another wave of sales leaves GE a vastly changed company

NEW YORK (AP) — General Electric Co. is shrinking again, becoming a mere shadow of the globe-spanning conglomerate that it was before the Great Recession. GE said Tuesday that it will spin off its health-care business and sell its interest in...

 

Protests in Iran as Rouhani says US wants 'economic war'

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Angry protesters in Iran's capital held a third day of demonstrations on Tuesday over the country's anemic economy as President Hassan Rouhani told the nation that it faces an "economic war" with the United...

 

US pushing nations to cut Iran oil imports to zero by Nov 4

WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States is pushing foreign countries to cut their oil imports from Iran to zero by November, a senior State Department official said Tuesday, as the Trump administration escalates its bid to pressure Iran after pulling...

 

Houston-based Kinder Morgan announces $2B pipeline project

HOUSTON (AP) — Kinder (KIN'-der) Morgan Texas Pipeline has announced a $2 billion project to transport natural gas from the Permian Basin. The Permian Highway Pipeline project was announced Monday by the unit of Houston-based Kinder Morgan Inc....

 

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