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40 Area Events Medal At State Track; 3 State Champs

Ross VolkmerMay 26, 2019

WICHITA, KS -- It certainly took a lot longer that most had hoped or had anticipated but the KSHSAA State Track and Field Championships finally concluded on Sunday. It was the first time ever the KSHSAA had the event go into Sunday and was due to weather delays all three days, including a small hour one on Sunday. But when it was all done 40 events from northwest Kansas ended up taking home med...

Goodland Softball Splits With Ulysses

Ross VolkmerApril 10, 2019

ULYSSES, KS -- The Goodland Cowgirl softball team split their double-header with the Ulysses Tiger yesterday afternoon. GHS took game one 8-3 but would then lose in game two 16-6 in just six innings. Game One: In the first inning, Goodland (2-4 overall, 2-2 in GWAC) got their offense started when Taitem Ketters singled on a 2-2 pitch, scoring a run. GHS would go on to notch three runs in the sec...

Lady Mav’s Earn Second Win; Men Lose Late to Pratt, Again

Ross VolkmerFebruary 17, 2019

GOODLAND, KS — For a while it looked like Northwest Tech might get a sweep of the visiting Pratt Community College Beavers on Saturday afternoon inside the Max Jones Fieldhouse. But, after it was all said and done, only the Lady Mav’s would come away with a 79-73 win while the men lost late, 75-72. LADY MAV’S 79    LADY BEAVERS 73 The last time Pratt & Northwest Tech meet back in J...

Lady Mav’s Get First Win; Mavericks Lose Again to Colby

Ross VolkmerFebruary 10, 2019

GOODLAND, KS — Saturday evening the Northwest Tech basketball teams hosted Colby Community College for a double header of hoops at Goodland’s Max Jones Fieldhouse. LADY MAV’S 91   LADY TROJANS 79 23 games, 23 losses. That had been the season so far of the Northwest Tech Lady Maverick basketball team. First year Head Coach Brock Kimball had yet to taste victory, that is until Saturday ni...

Cowboy Round-Up: December 1st

Ross VolkmerDecember 1, 2018

GOODLAND, KS -- The Goodland basketball teams began their 2018-19 seasons at home on Friday night hosting Syracuse. Both games did not go the way Goodland would have liked as the girls lost 66-54 and the boys fell 57-44. Cowgirls got out to a 20-10 lead at the end of the first quarter and lead 32-29 at halftime. But GHS would get out scored 12-4 in the third quarter and by 15 points overall in ...

Cowboy Round-Up: October 3rd

Ross VolkmerOctober 3, 2018

GARDEN CITY, KS -- The Goodland Cowgirls are GWAC league golf champs. GHS shot a combined team score of 380 at Buffalo Dunes Golf Course to take home the league crown on Monday. Junior, Kerrigan Rudolph shot an 88 to win the individual title on the day. Other Goodland golfers who placed included: Brooke Drennen show shot a 94 to place second.  Colby Perryman got third place shooting a 98 whil...

Statewide Silver Alert issued for Rose Hill woman

andy lambertOctober 10, 2017

MULVANE, Kan. – The Butler County Sheriff’s Office has requested that the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) distribute the below press release in the form of a statewide Silver Alert. It is believed that 86-year-old Dixie Adair, a white female from Rose Hill, who is 5 ft. 4 in. tall, 180 lbs., with blue eyes, blonde hair, and a fair complexion, may be headed west on Highway 81 after leavin...

Looking to purchase a pre-owned vehicle? Be careful…

andy lambertSeptember 28, 2017

[caption id="attachment_11822" align="alignleft" width="150"] Kansas Revenue Secretary Sam Williams[/caption] TOPEKA--Revenue Secretary Sam Williams on Thursday warned Kansans of the potential of thousands of formerly water-logged vehicles entering the private seller market after hurricanes flooded parts of the southern United States in recent weeks. Vehicles that have sustained severe water dam...

More small earthquakes rattle south central Kansas…and other headlines: September 27, 2017

andy lambertSeptember 27, 2017

Parts of Kansas feel their second earthquake of the week. The magnitude 2.6 quake yesterday afternoon was centered five miles northeast of Harper, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The day before, a 2.5 quake struck 13 miles northwest of Harper. No reports of damage or injuries from either quake. Many schools in the state are changing classes in the Kansas State High School Activities Asso...

Valley Hope Assoc. responds to news of national pharmaceutical chain limiting opioid prescriptions

andy lambertSeptember 26, 2017

NORTON, Kan.—Valley Hope Association President and CEO Pat George released the following statement today in response to the news on Friday, Sept. 22, that CVS pharmacy will limit opioid prescriptions to seven days for certain conditions. “CVS pharmacy is taking a good first step to make lasting, positive change to ensure the responsible prescribing and use of opioids. I hope the other major p...

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