• Southwest Medical Center Celebrates National Hospital and Healthcare Week

    Southwest Medical Center Celebrates National Hospital and Healthcare Week - May 14, 2009

    Southwest Medical Center is celebrating National Hospital and Healthcare Week through May the 16th. Employees of Southwest Medical Center employees have a combined total of over 2,500 years of medica...

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  • Gov. Parkinson To Announce Lt. Gov Pick Today

    Gov. Parkinson To Announce Lt. Gov Pick Today - May 14, 2009

    Governor Mark Parkinson will announce his choice for Lieutenant Governor at 2 p.m. today. His announcement will be made at the Ceremonial Office at the state capital. The new Lt. Gov. will be sworn in...

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  • Seward Notches NJCAA Tournament Win

    Seward Notches NJCAA Tournament Win - May 14, 2009

    Seward's softball team earned their first NJCAA Tournament win yesterday evening in St. George, Utah 5-3 over Motlow State. Courtney Auger struck out seven in the win. Brianna Beron went 3-3 while K...

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  • Governor Parkinson Selects Chief Of Staff For Lt. Governor

    Governor Parkinson Selects Chief Of Staff For Lt. Governor - May 14, 2009

    Gov. Mark Parkinson has named his chief of staff as the state's new lieutenant governor. Parkinson announced the appointment of Troy Findley this afternoon. Findley has been the governor's chief of ...

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  • 1000 Year Old Artifacts Found In Jetmore Dig

    1000 Year Old Artifacts Found In Jetmore Dig - May 13, 2009

    (AP) - Artifacts dating back 1,000 years wereuncovered in western Kansas during an archaeological dig that was required before work on a dam could begin. The director of the Center for Archaeolog...

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  • Southwest Kansas Coalition Looks To Improve Highways

    Southwest Kansas Coalition Looks To Improve Highways - May 13, 2009

    Leaders from Liberal, Garden City, and Dodge City met Monday night with a common goal of improving the regionź??s roads. When KDOT asks people how they feel about Highway 50 going west of Garden Cit...

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  • Seward Softball Begins National Tournament Play Today

    Seward Softball Begins National Tournament Play Today - May 13, 2009

    The Seward County Lady Saints softball team will face Wallace State today at 3 p.m. central time to open up the National Tournament in St. George, Utah. Seward is 38-14 on the season and is the 15 see...

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  • Saints Fall to Cowley in Region VI Winner Take All Title Game

    Saints Fall to Cowley in Region VI Winner Take All Title Game - May 13, 2009

    The Seward County Saints baseball season came to a close on Wednesday night in Wichita. Cowley County beat Seward for the second straight night to claim their fifth Region VI Championship. Cowley won ...

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  • Winter Wheat Harvest Anticipated To Be Down Slightly

    Winter Wheat Harvest Anticipated To Be Down Slightly - May 12, 2009

    (AP) - The National Agricultural Statistics Service says a devastating spring freeze that caused huge crop losses in Texas and Oklahoma will result in a national winter wheat harvest that's 20 percent...

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  • Davis and Rotolo Land KSCB Scholarships

    Davis and Rotolo Land KSCB Scholarships - May 12, 2009

    Liberal High School hosted their Athletic Awards Assembly Saturday night in Maskis Auditorium. Nate Davis and Hannah Rotolo won KSCB's Booster Club Scholarships. Davis was named to the West Shrine B...

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