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Minor Construction in Parsons

  The Water Department of the City of Parsons is doing sewer service work in the 1300 Block of Morgan Avenue.   They anticipate the road to be closed from now until 5:00 pm tonight....

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Two Separate Drug Busts in Montgomery County

  The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department had a busy day earlier today with two separate drug busts.    In the first incident, deputies made a traffic stop a...

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One New Case at Pitt State

  Pittsburg State University reported one positive COVID-19 case of the 13 symptomatic students who were tested at Bryant Student Health Center in the week leading up to April 21st. Currently,...

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Drug Take Back Day this Weekend

  National Drug Take-Back Day is coming up this weekend. Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said law enforcement officers at locations across the state will be collecting unused medications...

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Kansas Artist Wins Duck Stamp Art Contest

  U.S. Senator Roger Marshall congratulated Wichita native, Margaret McMullen, after she was announced as the winner of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife's 2021 National Junior Duck Stamp Art Con...

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IHS Tennis Team Wins at Circle

  Independence High School tennis team dominanted their competition yet again.   The Bulldogs took first place in a tournament in Towanda at Circle High School. ...

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Fred D. Wright

Fred D. Wright, December 18th 1944- April 18th 2021 died in his home of natural causes.   He was born in Coffeyville, KS and raised by Harold and Norma Eveleigh. His ...

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Gary Lynn Schnug

Gary Lynn Schnug, age 58, of Elk City, Kansas passed away on April 15, 2021 at Wesley Medical Center.   Gary was born on June 13, 1962 in Wichita to James Lee and ...

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Ila (Thurman) Thomas

Ila (Thurman) Thomas, age 82, passed away at her home in Caney, Kansas on Monday, April 12, 2021 with her loving husband at her side.    Ila was the daughter of ...

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