• More School Funding Cuts Likely

    More School Funding Cuts Likely - November 19, 2009

    A budget battle is looming, pitting school districts against the state over impending budget cuts. The governor says $260 million needs to be slashed from the spending plan by July and some school dis...

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  • Texas County Health Department Schedules Friday H1N1 Clinic

    Texas County Health Department Schedules Friday H1N1 Clinic - November 18, 2009

    Good news for Oklahomans who want the H1N1 vaccine. Oklahoma health officials announced Tuesday all Oklahomans are eligible to receive the H1N1 vaccine. The Texas County Health Department will condu...

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  • Two Saints Find Lubbock Heavenly

    Two Saints Find Lubbock Heavenly - November 18, 2009

    Two SCCC baseball players signed to play baseball at Texas Tech Wednesday afternoon. Right-handed pitcher Hayden Holub and shortstop Kelby Tomlinson signed in the All American Room at SCCC. Holub, w...

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  • Kansas Learning Network Hosting Assessment

    Kansas Learning Network Hosting Assessment - November 18, 2009

    The Kansas Learning Network has been in Liberal this week hosting a Needs Assessment with USD 480 district staff, board members, teachers, and members of the community at Central Office. It has been...

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  • New Political Group to Meet Again Thursday

    New Political Group to Meet Again Thursday - November 18, 2009

    The new political group that met last month at the EPIC conference room last month will be meeting again Thursday are Ruffinos Restaurant at 7 p.m. Everyone is encouraged to come early and eat dinner...

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  • Student Nurse Association Conducting Winter Clothing Drive

    Student Nurse Association Conducting Winter Clothing Drive - November 18, 2009

    The Student Nurse Association at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School is asking you to clean out your closets for their annual drive to obtain winter clothing items, including coats, ...

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  • Record Corn Harvest Coming In To  Elevators Across The State

    Record Corn Harvest Coming In To Elevators Across The State - November 18, 2009

    Corn and soybean crops that are forecast to be the largest in Kansas history are coming in, and elevators are bursting with fall grains. At the Farmers Co-op Elevator Branch in Patterson, between Mou...

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  • Five Redskins Make All WAC Football Team

    Five Redskins Make All WAC Football Team - November 17, 2009

    ALL CONFERENCE FOOTBALL 2009 WAC TEAM CHAMPIONS: HAYS HIGH INDIANS (4-0) First -Team Selections NAME Position YR High School Offense Shane T...

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  • Farmers Wrapping Up Winter Wheat Planting

    Farmers Wrapping Up Winter Wheat Planting - November 17, 2009

    The Agricultural Statistics Service says fall harvest in Kansas progressed substantially last week as mild temperatures and limited moisture let farmers return to their fields. The agency reported M...

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  • Saints Middle Hitter Signs at Southwestern Oklahoma

    Saints Middle Hitter Signs at Southwestern Oklahoma - November 17, 2009

    Not many pharmacists can put a ball down like LaKendra Sanders. But she hopes to someday posess the skill set of a pharmacist who can play volleyball at a high level. The six foot sophomore from Lew...

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