Northwest Kansas broadcasters recognized by KAB

The Kansas Association of Broadcasters released their annual “Excellence in Broadcasting” awards Wednesday afternoon. Here are the “Small Market Radio” results ... Continue Reading →

Classes Begin In Colby, Rawlins County

It’s the first day of classes in the Colby School District, and there are some changes that come with it. Staff & visitors will now be required to wear a name tag, and glass ... Continue Reading →

KS Regulators Target Westar Energy

Kansas regulators file a complaint against Westar Energy, claiming the utility is charging unjust and unreasonable electric transmission rates. The Kansas Corporation Commission filed ... Continue Reading →

Police: Scammers Target Salina

The Salina Police Department is warning people about a scam where two men claim to be promoting their linoleum business. A couple claims the two came in, talked to them about flooring ... Continue Reading →

Osborne County Boil Order Lifted

After nearly a month, the boil order is now lifted for Osborne County Rural Water District Number 2. A sample in mid-July showed coliform bacteria and a loss of residual chlorine. ... Continue Reading →
Richard Hickock, Perry Smith

Fight Over “In Cold Blood” Records Reaches Court

A hearing is set for today to determine what evidence will be exchanged between attorneys arguing over KBI case files from the “In Cold Blood” murders in Holcomb. The family ... Continue Reading →

Brownback: KS To Fight Wage Rule

Governor Brownback has a news conference today to outline his administration’s plans to fight a federal labor rule targeting domestic service workers. That rule kicks in next ... Continue Reading →

Colby Aquatic Park Closes

The Colby Aquatic Park is now closed for the off-season. The city council decided last month to make yesterday the closing date, in part because of the expenses of operating the pool ... Continue Reading →

Kansas Unemployment Rate Increases Slightly

The unemployment rate in Kansas ticks up in July, from 4.8 to 4.9 percent. The number of people with jobs fell by roughly 3,300 during the month. That said, the labor department says ... Continue Reading →

WSU Considers Major Expansion

Wichita State is considering an expansion that would include up to 20 new buildings where the campus golf course is now. That would make the campus 50 percent bigger, roughly. The ... Continue Reading →
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