KAB to induct 3 into Hall of Fame

The Kansas Association of Broadcasters (KAB) board of directors has selected three individuals to enter their Hall of Fame in 2016. These broadcasters will be recognized during a special ... Continue Reading →
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Zebra Mussels found in Cedar Bluff Reservoir

TOPEKA, Kan. – The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) has confirmed the presence of invasive zebra mussels in Cedar Bluff Reservoir in Trego County. The lake ... Continue Reading →
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Prize it Right Grand Prize Winner!

28 finalists gathered in the parking lot of Rocking M Media in Colby to give their best guess on the actual retail price of the 6 x 12 utility trailer and all of it’s contents. ... Continue Reading →

KSU and other Kansas universities preparing for concealed weapons on campus…and other headlines: August 26, 2016

Kansas State would allow concealed firearms in all buildings on campus under guidelines it is developing for complying with a state law. A university work group is planning a forum ... Continue Reading →
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Colby Community College ranks high amongst community colleges in nationwide study

by Doug Johnson – Public Information Director at CCC Colby Community College ranked No. 36 out of 821 colleges on WalletHub’s 2016’s Best and Worst Community Colleges. WalletHub, ... Continue Reading →
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Big 1st to have an independent challenger in General Election…and other headlines: August 24, 2016

A fifth-generation farmer who nearly upset incumbent 1st District Congressman Tim Huelskamp in the Republican primary two years ago is running as an independent against the Republican ... Continue Reading →

KDOT Worker Killed in Mowing Accident

A Kansas Department of Transportation worker was killed in a mowing accident Thursday in western Kansas. Darren Way, 39, died when the riding mower he was operating overturned, pinning ... Continue Reading →

Details on KDOT employee killed in Sherman Co. accident…and other headlines: August 19, 2016

The KDOT worker who died in Sherman County yesterday was mowing on I-70 when the mower rolled over on him. That pinned him to the ground, where he died. That man had worked for the ... Continue Reading →
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Drunk driving crackdown in KS…and other headlines: August 18, 2016

The Kansas Corporation Commission grants several requests to intervene in the proposed $12.2 billion merger between Westar Energy and Great Plains Energy. Requests from Occidental Chemicals, ... Continue Reading →
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Kansas lawmaker thanks supporters after son’s death…and other headlines: August 17, 2016

A Kansas lawmaker whose 10-year-old son was killed on the world’s tallest waterslide is thanking supporters and hoping something like that never happens again. Scott Schwab says ... Continue Reading →
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