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Meritrust Promotes Misty Vinduska to Director of Market Development

Meritrust Credit Union is proud to announce the promotion of Misty Vinduska to Director of Market Development for the Manhattan area. She most recently served the community as Branch Manager for Meritrust's Manhattan location....more»

Winter Wonderland at KSU

Winter wonderland: Fill December with dance, art, holiday music and more at Kansas State University Holiday shows with LeAnn Rimes and the King's Singers at McCain Auditorium, WinterDance 2014, a family holiday art workshop, a variety of concerts and many other performances highlight cultural activities at Kansas State University in December....more»

Just Dance: WinterDance

Just dance: WinterDance 2014 features performances in tap, African, ballet, jazz and more Dec. 4-6 The Kansas State University School of Music, Theatre, and Dance will present WinterDance 2014 at 7:30 p....more»

Pottawatomie County prepares for virus

Like many other places in the United States, Pottawatomie County has put plans into place in the unlikely event the Ebola virus shows up. "Are there any cases of Ebola in the United States right now?," asked Stan Hartwich, Pottawatomie County Commissioner....more»

Lake Wabaunsee residents want bridge rebuilt

The bridge at Lake Wabaunsee should be rebuilt, according to a number of residents who attended Monday's county commission meeting. Most, if not all, of the lake residents are in favor of a new bridge as quickly as possible....more»

St. Marys City Councilman Wants to Lower Penalty

Should it be cheaper to be late? At the end of the St. Marys City Commission meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 18, Commissioner Adam Moats proposed amending a city ordinance that would effectively lower the fee assessed for penalty of late payment on utilities....more»

Mt. Mitchell Prairie Guards dinner

Sixty-five guests were entertained by "The Haymakers" at the Mt. Mitchell Prairie Guards appreciation dinner held at the Zeandale Community Center last Sunday evening....more»

Possible new routes for Westar

Westar Energy has announced it is making upgrades to the transmission system in the area and is considering new routes. The current transmission lines run just to the north of Louisville....more»

We Are Wamego Community Campaign

Community Members pledge over $20,000 to benefit Wamego Community Foundation and Wamego Hospital Foundation In our October 22nd issue, we highlighted 'We Are Wamego'....more»

The EXCEPTIONS to perform in TOPEKA for Rare New Year's Event Open to the Public

THE EXCEPTIONS, the longest tenured and most renowned pop-variety band in the Midwest will perform on New Year's Eve in Topeka in an event that is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC for the first time since 2006 at the Topeka Moose Lodge with part of the proceeds going to the Topeka Rescue Mission: The EXCEPTIONS, a band that performs an unprecedented variety of music with stunning lead vocals, and four-part harmonies and anything from the 40's to the 21 Century, will be performing a rare New Year's Eve event in Topeka, KS....more»

Home-Cooking—Dickinson County Style

"Capturing the Present and Remembering the Past" 2013-14

Authentic recipes from France, regional US foods, amazing appetizers, recipes for home canned goods — all can be found in this 13th edition, of "Home-Cooking-—Dickinson County Style, Capturing the Present and Remembering the Past....more»

Grammy-winning Canadian Brass to kick off holiday tour in Marysville

Get ready for a blast of beautiful brass. Marysville, Kan., will be the first stop on Canadian Brass' annual Christmas tour across the United States. Tickets for the Nov....more»

Warrior Transition Battalion receives turkeys

The Warrior Transition Battalion will receive 600 turkeys and sides from the Kansas American Legion Riders at 1 p.m. Nov. 22 at the WTB clamshell. The Warrior Transition Battalion is a unit designed to assist ill and injured Soldiers in recovering in order to return back to their Army unit or transition them out of the Army into civilian life....more»

Grammy-winning Canadian Brass to kick off holiday tour in Marysville

Get ready for a blast of beautiful brass. Marysville, Kan., will be the first stop on Canadian Brass' annual Christmas tour across the United States. Tickets for the Nov....more»

Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance (NAP) Program

December 1st Application Closing and Requirements

The deadlines for the USDA, Farm Service Agency (FSA) to accept applications under the Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) for this year crops have been established by the Kansas State FSA Committee....more»

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 and its programs....more»

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 to share their family histories the day or weekend after Thanksgiving....more»

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 21, 2014 at 9 a....more»

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....more»

Kansas State Capitol Complex Interactive Map Available Online

TOPEKA, KS—The Kansas Historical Society announced that an interactive map of the Kansas State Capitol complex is now available online. The map is optimized for mobile devices and allows visitors to plan a tour of the Capitol complex, including the state office buildings around Capitol Square....more»

Pott. Co. shorts Jan. 13, 2014

Several things happened during the Pottawatomie County Commission Monday, Jan. 13, 2014 regular meeting. - Betty Abitz, register of deeds, came in with more information about the proposed elimination of the mortgage registration tax which she had briefly talked about at the January 6 meeting....more»

MacMillan wins photo contest

Colin MacMillan of Wamego was the overall winner of the 2013 KansasGreenTeams.org Photo Contest winners. The Green Team program is part of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment....more»

Haefner completed Marine Boot Camp

PFC Alex Haefner, son of Ron and Jane Haefner of Columbus, Neb., completed Marine Boot Camp at MCRD San Diego on Nov. 22, 2013. After schooling, Haefner will go in to helicopter repair....more»

Wamego native returns internal medicine practice to his hometown

Patients in need of quality care will soon have another resource at the Wamego Health Center and Family Clinic — a provider who has long been an important thread in the fabric of Wamego....more»
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