Liberal, KS

Now: 64 °F

Currently: Fair

Hi: 64 °F | Lo: 61 °F

Friday

Hi: 96 °F 

Lo: 64 °F

Saturday

Hi: 100 °F 

Lo: 63 °F

Sunday

Hi: 88 °F 

Lo: 62 °F

Monday

Hi: 86 °F 

Lo: 56 °F

Tuesday

Hi: 89 °F 

Lo: 61 °F

  • Lawsuit Filed Against XTO Energy - April 01, 2009

    Two residents of the Oklahoma panhandle are seeking to recover royalties from oil wells in a class-action law suit filed against XTO Energy, Inc. The case, which could bring class wide damages in exc...

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  • Governor Gets Courtesy Hearing

    Governor Gets Courtesy Hearing - March 31, 2009

    (AP) - Gov. Kathleen Sebelius appears today beforethe Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee in what's being billed as a courtesy hearing. Her big test comes Thursday when she wil...

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  • Farmers Get Boost from Snow And Rain

    Farmers Get Boost from Snow And Rain - March 31, 2009

    (AP) - All that rain and snow in Kansas over thepast week has bolstered the soil moisture badly needed by farmers across the state. Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service reported yesterday that ...

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  • Edukan Online Community College Consortium Selects Leader

    Edukan Online Community College Consortium Selects Leader - March 31, 2009

    Dr. Mark E. Sarver, an experienced leader in Kansas, Virginia and West Virginia higher education, has been selected as the new director of EduKan, the stateź??s first online community college consort...

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  • Senate Tries Again To Ban Smoking

    Senate Tries Again To Ban Smoking - March 31, 2009

    Senators have sent the House a second bill that contains a ban on smoking in most public places across Kansas. The 25-15 vote Tuesday sends the language, inserted in a bill regulating the sale of toba...

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  • Soybean Planting Expected To Be Up 6%

    Soybean Planting Expected To Be Up 6% - March 31, 2009

    Kansas farmers expect to plant a record soybean crop this spring. Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service reported Tuesday that the 3.5 million acres the state's farmers anticipate seeding with soybean...

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  • Hugoton Residents Pull Together To Help A Friend

    Hugoton Residents Pull Together To Help A Friend - March 31, 2009

    Some Hugoton residents are coming together this weekend to help a friend battling Crohnź??s disease. Bill DeCamp looks at a picture of his friend Jeff Whitham whoź??s been affectionately given the n...

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  • Partial Roof Collapse At Tyrone School

    Partial Roof Collapse At Tyrone School - March 30, 2009

    Tyrone Grade School experienced minor damage when a roof collapsed over the Grade School portion of the school. According to Tyrone Fire Chief, Bart Banning, the roof collapse was due to the heavy ac...

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  • Southwest Kansas man charged in cattle theft

    Southwest Kansas man charged in cattle theft - March 30, 2009

    James D. Unruh, 37, Ingalls, Kan., has been charged with one count of wire fraud and one count of selling stolen cattle, Acting U.S. Attorney Marietta Parker announced today. According to a criminal i...

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  • Sirens To Be Tested In Guymon

    Sirens To Be Tested In Guymon - March 30, 2009

    Tornado sirens within the City of Guymon will be tested on Friday, April 3, 2009 at 11:30am, weather permitting. Storm sirens will then be tested on the last Friday of every month in Guymon, with wea...

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