• Redskin Basketball Games Saturday Move Up One Hour

    Redskin Basketball Games Saturday Move Up One Hour - December 02, 2009

    Sunrise vs Liberal Saturday December 5th @ Newman University: JV Girls 12:00pm main court JV Boys 1:15pm (or immediately following) main court V Girls 2:30pm (or immediately following) main court V...

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  • Showdown in Green House Highlights December Schedule

    Showdown in Green House Highlights December Schedule - December 02, 2009

    Some of the KJCCC coaches wanted a couple of tuneups before returning from the Christmas break. The coaches voted to move the Jayhawk Shootout from usual first weekend in December spot to January 8 a...

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  • Oklahoma Representatives Encouraged With Troop Build Up

    Oklahoma Representatives Encouraged With Troop Build Up - December 02, 2009

    Members of Oklahoma's congressional delegation say they're encouraged that President Obama is sending 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan. Obama told the nation Tuesday night that his new policy wa...

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  • More Renewable Energy Could Come To Spearville

    More Renewable Energy Could Come To Spearville - December 02, 2009

    A Kansas City electric company is wanting to add 100 megawatts of wind power to an existing wind farm in Ford County. Kansas City Power & Light says it wants to add the extra power to a wind farm near...

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  • Boot Hill Casino Awaits License

    Boot Hill Casino Awaits License - December 02, 2009

    Boot Hill Casino is scheduled to open in less than two weeks, but first, it needs to be licensed. On Friday, the Racing and Gaming Commission will review security plans and internal financial control...

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  • National Beef In Dodge City To Vote On Unionizing

    National Beef In Dodge City To Vote On Unionizing - December 02, 2009

    The National Labor Relations Board says workers at the National Beef plant in Dodge City will soon be voting on whether to unionize the facility. NLRB regional director Daniel Hubbel said Wednesday a...

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  • Harvest Making Slow Progress

    Harvest Making Slow Progress - December 01, 2009

    Kansas farmers made slow progress in harvest activities this past week. Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service reported Monday that 89 percent of the corn crop has been harvested. The report says...

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  • State Tax Revenues Up

    State Tax Revenues Up - December 01, 2009

    Kansas officials say the state collected about $3 million more in tax revenues than expected in November. The Department of Revenue reported Monday that the state took in $354 million for the mon...

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  • Republican Attorney General candidate to visit Guymon

    Republican Attorney General candidate to visit Guymon - December 01, 2009

    Guymon residents will have the opportunity to attend a meet and greet with the Republican Candidate running for Attorney General. Panhandle native Ryan Leonard will attend a luncheon at the New Drago...

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  • Edible CottonSeed Could Feed Millions

    Edible CottonSeed Could Feed Millions - December 01, 2009

    A Texas researcher has found a way to reduce the toxins in cottonseed to make it edible not just for cattle, but also pigs, chickens, fish and humans. Researchers have worked for decades to neutraliz...

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