• Boot Hill Casino To Allow Smoking

    Boot Hill Casino To Allow Smoking - June 16, 2009

    When Dodge Cityź??s casino opens, its patrons will be allowed to smoke ź?? but only in certain areas. The Dodge City Commission amended its smoking ban Monday night to allow smoking on the casino...

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  • SCCC/ATS Athletic Honor Roll

    SCCC/ATS Athletic Honor Roll - June 16, 2009

    Below is a list of student-athletes who have made the Spring 2009 Athletic Directorź??s Honor Roll. To qualify, a student-athlete must have passed a minimum of 12 hours with a 3.0 (or higher) grade ...

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  • Bee Jays Shuffle Roster

    Bee Jays Shuffle Roster - June 16, 2009

    Cameron Monger says he wanted to play for the Bee Jays this summer. But after being drafted in the 27th round last week by the Padres, the senior knew it was time to sign with the professional team. ...

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  • Bard Resigns as LHS Softball Coach

    Bard Resigns as LHS Softball Coach - June 16, 2009

    Liberal head softball coach Wendell Bard sent a letter of resignation to the LHS athletic office this week. Bard was head coach for the LHS softball team the past two years. Liberal went 6-15 this y...

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  • Kansas National Guardsmen From Cimarron To Receive Purple Heart Medal

    Kansas National Guardsmen From Cimarron To Receive Purple Heart Medal - June 16, 2009

    A Kansas National Guard Soldier from Cimarron will be presented the Purple Heart medal at 12 p.m. Wednesday, June 17, in the Manhattan Armory, 721 Levee Drive, Manhattan, Kan. Maj. Gen. Tod Bunting, t...

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  • Former Memorial Hospital Of Texas County Employee Facing Embezzlement Charges

    Former Memorial Hospital Of Texas County Employee Facing Embezzlement Charges - June 15, 2009

    A former hospital employee is facing embezzlement charges after she allegedly stole various medications while claiming to be suicidal. Kimberly D. Barnett, 43, of Meade , an employee of the Memorial H...

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  • OPSU Will Not Raise Tuition

    OPSU Will Not Raise Tuition - June 15, 2009

    Oklahoma Panhandle State University remains committed to providing affordable, high quality education. OPSU will not raise tuition and mandatory fees for the 2009-2010 school year. According to Presid...

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  • Memorial Services Set For Bob Frederick

    Memorial Services Set For Bob Frederick - June 15, 2009

    A memorial service is planned for Wednesday for former KU athletic director Bob Frederick. The 69-year-old Frederick sustained head injuries in a bicyling accident on Thursday near the University of...

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  • Thornburgh Drops Out Of Governors Race

    Thornburgh Drops Out Of Governors Race - June 15, 2009

    Secretary of State Ron Thornburgh is ending his bid to be the next Kansas governor 14 months before the Republican primary. Thornburgh announced today he was pulling out of the race. In issuing his s...

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  • Severe Weather Caused Damage Sunday Night

    Severe Weather Caused Damage Sunday Night - June 15, 2009

    Severe storms that brought tornadoes, wind gusts, hail and rain caused some damage around the area Sunday night. Haskell County experienced the most damage and rainfall from Sunday night's storms. ...

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