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Rollover Crash in Sherman County…and other headlines: February 8, 2016

A rollover crash in Sherman County leaves the driver with only minor injuries. It’s believed some snow blew back onto the roadway and melted, only to refreeze after dark and cause ... Continue Reading →
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House committee approves a budget bill…plus other headlines from the Today in Kansas Report: February 5, 2016

A Kansas House committee approves a bill to eliminate a projected deficit of nearly $200 million in the state budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1. It includes many of Governor ... Continue Reading →
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Headlines from the Today in Kansas Report: February 4, 2016

A Topeka man accused of trying to set off what he thought was a bomb outside Fort Riley has changed his plea to guilty. John Booker pleaded guilty to two counts and prosecutors agreed ... Continue Reading →
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Winter Storm…and other headlines from the Today in Kansas Report: February 3, 2016

Central and western Kansas dig out from a massive snowstorm that brought more than a foot of snow in spots and closed hundreds of miles of highways. The snow and high winds led many ... Continue Reading →

Class 1A Division I State Basketball Tournament Moving to Dodge City

TOPEKA, Kan. - As postseason basketball approaches, the KSHSAA and Fort Hays State University have mutually agreed to relocate this year’s Class 1A Division I state basketball tournament ... Continue Reading →
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Kelli Burrus of Osborne High School Honored With 2016 “KSHSAA Heart of the Arts” Award

TOPEKA, Kan. — Kelli Burrus from Osborne High School is being honored with the 2016 “KSHSAA Heart of the Arts”Award, which recognizes the values of participants in high school ... Continue Reading →
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Evan Harlan Tustin of Wheatland-Grainfield/Grinnell High School Honored With 2016 “KSHSAA Spirit of Sport Award”

Evan Harlan Tustin, Wheatland-Grainfield/Grinnell High School is the 2016 “KSHSAA Spirit of Sport Award” winner. This award recognizes the values inherent in high school sports ... Continue Reading →
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State Supreme Court to decide on Holcomb plant…and other headlines: January 29, 2016

Kansas’ highest court is considering whether the state can avoid limiting greenhouse gas emissions from a proposed $2.8 billion coal-fired power plant. The Supreme Court heard ... Continue Reading →
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Floyd to head NWS office in Goodland…and other headlines: January 28, 2016

Dave Floyd has been named the new head of the National Weather Service office in Goodland. He’s been in that office in a different capacity since 2002, and with the weather service ... Continue Reading →
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Record win-streak comes to an end and other headlines: January 27, 2016

The Hoxie Indians girls basketball team saw their 107 game win streak come to an end Tuesday night, falling to Hill City 53-48 in overtime. A Kansas Senate committee has voted to forward ... Continue Reading →
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