• K-144 Resurfacing Ready to Start

    K-144 Resurfacing Ready to Start - July 15, 2009

    The Kansas Department of Transportation expects a resurfacing project on K-144 in Haskell and Gray counties to begin by Wednesday, July 22. The project runs from the junction of K-144 and US-83 in Ha...

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  • Woman Sentenced to 1 year for Embezzling from the City of Optima

    Woman Sentenced to 1 year for Embezzling from the City of Optima - July 15, 2009

    A Guymon woman is now incarcerated after embezzling over $10,000 from the City of Optima.According to a story in the Guymon Daily Herald, Dawn Victoria Williamson, 30, embezzled approximately $11,635....

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  • Struggling Kansans to get help paying high utility bills this summer

    Struggling Kansans to get help paying high utility bills this summer - July 15, 2009

    Low income Kansans will have a little extra help paying their high utility bills this summer thanks to the Low Income Energy Assistance Program. ź??The summer heat can take an incredible, sometimes e...

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  • Grain Cars Derail In Ensign

    Grain Cars Derail In Ensign - July 14, 2009

    Gray County authorities investigating what caused a grain train to derail near Ensign Monday evening. Jim Kramer, Gray County Sheriff, said six cars belonging to the Cimarron Valley Rail Road Company ...

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  • Kansas Wheat Harvest Nearly Complete

    Kansas Wheat Harvest Nearly Complete - July 14, 2009

    The Kansas wheat harvest is just about finished. The latest weekly crop update from the Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service shows the harvest is 96 percent complete statewide. Farmers in the nor...

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  • Former Bee Jay to Make First All-Star Game Appearance

    Former Bee Jay to Make First All-Star Game Appearance - July 14, 2009

    Current Houston Astros player Hunter Pence will selected and will participate in Tuesday's 2009 Major League Baseball All-Star game for the first time in his career. Pence played for the Liberal Bee J...

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  • Gov. Parkinson Names New Ag Secretary

    Gov. Parkinson Names New Ag Secretary - July 14, 2009

    Kansas Gov. Mark Parkinson has appointed a state legislator as acting agriculture secretary. Rep. Joshua Svaty, an Ellsworth Democrat, will replace Adrian Polansky, who's leaving to take over the fe...

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  • Work Begins on Economic Development Road Project In Grant County

    Work Begins on Economic Development Road Project In Grant County - July 14, 2009

    The Kansas Department of Transportation expects work to begin on Wednesday, July 15, to reconstruct two intersections on the north and east sides of Ulysses and pave the connecting county roads. The ...

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  • Man Charged In Meth Case In Texas County

    Man Charged In Meth Case In Texas County - July 14, 2009

    According to a story in the Guymon Daily Herald, a Missouri man is being held at the Texas County Detention Center on several drug charges for an incident nearly two months ago.Eric Dewayne Bethel, 38...

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  • Stimulus Money To Benefit Hugoton Streetscape

    Stimulus Money To Benefit Hugoton Streetscape - July 14, 2009

    A $1.5 million economic stimulus award for the city of Hugoton will benefit its downtown area and save the city more than $300,000 in planned spending. The business district streetscape project will ...

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