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  • Young athletes to get more practice fields

    Wamego’s young athletes will soon have additional practice fields. For a while, the number of participants in both the city’s rec program

  • Belvue man arrested for murder

    Christopher M. Arand, 36, rural Belvue, was arrested for the murder of his uncle Larry Arand, also of Belvue, according to Pottawatomie County Sheriff

  • Raiders meet Barry Sanders

    Friday night was exciting for the Wamego Red Raider football team. First, they scampered to a 63-10 win over the hosting Nickerson Panthers. Adding to

  • Election results are in

    Area residents went to the polls yesterday. Here are the unofficial results from Pottawatomie and Wabaunsee counties (state results in parenthesis). County

  • Raiders earn playoff berth

    The Wamego Red Raiders broke a long dry spell by earning a playoff berth last night. Wamego defeated the visiting Smoky Valley Vikings 35-14 in the second

  • Raiders down Concordia 20-14

    For the second week in a row, a victory for the Wamego Red Raiders came down to the final seconds of the game. On Friday, the Raiders hosted NCKL foes

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Pottawatomie County Extension Appreciation Award

Congratulations to Tracy and Sue Ahlquist, Onaga upon receiving the Pottawatomie County Extension Appreciation Award for their years of service to Extension ... read the rest»

Kansas African American Affairs Commission to gather oral histories

The Kansas African American Affairs commission is promoting "A New Black Friday," a project first launched last year to encourage African-American families ... read the rest»

Flint Hills Regional Council November Board Meeting

The member cities of Leonardville, Randolph and Riley will host the Flint Hills Regional Council Board of Directors November meeting on Friday, November ... read the rest»

Historic Water Agreement signed between Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado

A historic agreement was reached today as Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado conducted a special meeting of the Republican River Compact in Manhattan, Kansas.... read the rest»

Young athletes to get more practice fields

Wamego’s young athletes will soon have additional practice fields. For a while, the number of participants in both the city’s rec program ... read the rest»

Sports top 5

Rossville advances in State Playoffs

A large travel party of Rossville football fans were treated to a fast start as the Bulldawgs beat the St. Mary’s Colgan Panthers in Carney Smith ... read the rest»

Rossville Advances

A large travel party of Rossville football fans were treated to a fast start as the Bulldawgs beat the St. Mary’s Colgan Panthers in Carney Smith ... read the rest»

Rossville Takes Two

Rossville’s run in the 2014 playoffs began with a convincing win and the Bulldawgs capped the week with a hard fought contest to survive and advance ... read the rest»

Raiders meet Barry Sanders

Friday night was exciting for the Wamego Red Raider football team. First, they scampered to a 63-10 win over the hosting Nickerson Panthers. Adding to ... read the rest»

Dawgs take War on 24

In a battle of unbeaten teams, The Rossville Bulldawgs held on to a 24-14 victory over their rivals the Silver Lake Eagles on Thursday to complete a perfect ... read the rest»
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Born November 20th
1908: Alistair Cooke, English journalist, television host.
1916: Thomas McGrath, poet and novelist.
1923: Nadine Gordimer, Nobel Prize-winning South African novelist.
1925: Robert F. Kennedy, U.S. Attorney General, New York senator and brother of President John F. Kennedy. He was assassinated while running for president.
1936: Don DeLillo, author (White Noise, Libra).
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1967: U.S. census reports the population at 200 million.
1971: The United States announces it will give Turkey $35 million for farmers who agree to stop growing opium poppies.
1974: The United States files an antitrust suit to break up ATT.
1978: In Jonestown, Guyana, American Rev. Jim Jones leads his followers in a mass suicide.
1982: South Africa backs down on a plan to install black rule in neighboring Namibia.

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