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Sand Hill cranes found poached in Wallace County…and more headlines from the Today in Kansas R...

Sacha SanguinettiOctober 19, 2018

Kansas Game Wardens are seeking the public's help in Wallace County. Earlier this week in Eastern Wallace County, wardens found several Sand Hill cranes poached and left to rot. If you have any information about this incident please contact the Wallace County Game Warden at 785-342-7382 or Operation Game Thief at 1-877-426-3843. Republican gubernatorial candidate Kris Kobach is hoping his campa...

Geary County Sheriff arrested

Sacha SanguinettiOctober 18, 2018

The following content is a press release from the Kansas Bureau of Investigation: GEARY COUNTY – Today, special agents of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) arrested Geary County Sheriff Tony Wolf. On Thursday, Oct. 18, the KBI arrested Anthony J. “Tony” Wolf, 44, at approximately 9 a.m., at the Geary County Sheriff’s Office, 826 N. Franklin St. in Junction City. He was arreste...

Vice President Pence to visit Kansas Thursday in support of Kobach

Sacha SanguinettiOctober 17, 2018

Details are revealed about Vice President Mike Pence's visit to Kansas.  Pence will be in Wichita tomorrow to attend a dinner and reception to campaign for Republican nominee for governor Kris Kobach. On Friday he will be in Topeka to campaign for Republican Steve Watkins in his bid for the 2nd Dist. Congressional seat. Pence’s visit  comes less than two weeks after President Donald Trump spok...

Disaster declaration issued by Governor…and other headlines from the Today in Kansas Report: O...

Sacha SanguinettiOctober 11, 2018

Governor Jeff Colyer is issuing a disaster declaration following heavy rains and flooding around the state.  The declaration allows state resources to be used in any county impacted by floodwaters.  State officials say additional counties will be included in the declaration if they ask for help Vice President Mike Pence will visit Kansas.  Pence is scheduled to attend an October 18th campaig...

Heavy rains across Kansas…plus other headlines: October 9, 2018

Sacha SanguinettiOctober 9, 2018

Heavy rainfall over the past couple of days have prompted some flooding issues around Kansas. Motorists are urged to be wary of flooding in some areas, and to "turn around don't drown". Road crews across the state are working overtime during this week's rainy weather Crews in some areas are working 12-hour shifts during the storms. More than 20 high school students and a driver are safe after ...

President Trump rallies in Topeka…and other headlines: October 8, 2018

Sacha SanguinettiOctober 8, 2018

President Donald Trump is showing his support for Kansas Republican candidates.  Thousands of people gathered at the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka on Saturday as Trump campaigned for Republican candidate for governor Kris Kobach and Second Congressional District candidate Steve Watkins.  The president also praised Justice Brett Kavanaugh, whose U.S. Supreme Court nomination was confirmed by the Se...

Public Health Warning for Kansas lakes; Lake Scott included

Sacha SanguinettiSeptember 27, 2018

TOPEKA – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), in conjunction with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT), has issued public health warnings for some Kansas lakes for the upcoming weekend and week. If a lake is under a public health warning for blue-green algae, activities such as boating and fishing may be safe. However, direct contact with water (i.e....

President Trump to visit Kansas in October in support of Kobach-Hartman ticket

Sacha SanguinettiSeptember 27, 2018

Following is a press release from Kobach/Hartman for Governor campaign: TOPEKA (September 27, 2018) - President Trump announced he will visit Kansas in support of Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach's campaign for governor. "I'm honored and grateful that President Trump will be coming to Kansas on Oct. 6. President Trump's success in cutting taxes at the national level unleashed economic g...

“Socktober” at the CCC Bookstore

Sacha SanguinettiSeptember 27, 2018

The Colby Community College Campus Bookstore is seeking assistance during “Socktober” to support veterans and deployed soldiers. “We are collecting new male and female adult socks,” said bookstore manager Leisa Hansen. “Our collection will go to the Soldiers’ Angels organization, which is celebrating its 15th year of supporting deployed service members and veterans in VA hospitals t...

A Letter from Colby Community College President Dr. Seth Carter

Sacha SanguinettiSeptember 21, 2018

The following is an open letter to the citizens of Colby and Thomas County from Dr. Seth Carter, President of Colby Community College... Greetings from Colby Community College. We hope everyone is doing well.  Recently, we formally launched our campaign for the “Big Blue Barn.”  This has led to a series of questions from intrigued community members. The first and most common question i...

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