Prairie Museum

Prairie Museum to host area students Friday

The Prairie Museum of Art & History in Colby, Kansas, is hosting our 7th Annual Prairie Fair on Friday and have capped registration at 405 students for the day! Kindergarten through ... Continue Reading →

Rainfall reports for Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Following are rainfall reports from listeners. These are UNOFFICIAL totals. KXXX Studios, Colby – .90 Prairie View, KS – .25 Cowboy from Angelus – .40 Bernie Huelsman, ... Continue Reading →

Mississipi man hurt in I-70 crash

A man from Mississippi is recovering after an accident on I-70 in Trego County. He was headed west, apparently tried to exit at the rest area at Grainfield, but missed the turn going ... Continue Reading →

Select school districts to receive additional funding

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback and legislative leaders have agreed to give five school districts roughly half a million dollars in additional funding. The money approved by the State ... Continue Reading →

State income tax returns processed late

Kansas revenue officials expect to have thousands of remaining state income tax returns processed by the end of the week. Legislative researchers believe the processing of returns is ... Continue Reading →

State lawmakers push property tax increase

A committee of Kansas lawmakers advances a property tax increase to help fill the state’s budget hole. The state senators opted to raise taxes for most homeowners by $46 a year, ... Continue Reading →

Uber shut down in Kansas

Uber has been shut down in Kansas. It put a note to that effect on its app for users in the state after the Kansas Senate voted to override Governor Sam Brownback’s veto of new ... Continue Reading →

Wheatland-Grinnell senior gets big scholarship

A senior at Wheatland-Grinnell High School gets a $20-thousand scholarship from Foot Locker. Allie Ryburn is just the second Kansan to win that scholarship that’s given to 20 ... Continue Reading →

Senate votes to make fantasy sports legal

Fantasy sports would be declared legal under a bill approved by the Kansas Senate. The chamber voted 37-1 Monday to send the bill to the House for consideration. Lawmakers crafted the ... Continue Reading →

Kansas joins lawsuit against Obama over Medicaid

Kansas is joining a lawsuit against the Obama administration over Medicaid expansion. Brownback and the Republican governors of Kansas and Texas point to a U.S. Supreme Court decision ... Continue Reading →
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