• Good News for SCCC After Monday’s Covid Tests

    Good News for SCCC After Monday’s Covid Tests - January 06, 2021

    Phillip Lee LIBERAL – Seward County Community College continues to take precautions in making sure safety is its number one priority as it heads into the spring semester and things are off to a g...

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  • Southwest Kansas Legislative Coffee This Saturday

    Southwest Kansas Legislative Coffee This Saturday - January 06, 2021

    The Southwest Kansas Chambers and area communities will host a Virtual Legislative Coffee this Saturday, January the 9th at 10:00am. Legislators who will be participating include: Sen. John Doll, D...

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  • LFD Extinguish Residential Fire

    LFD Extinguish Residential Fire - January 05, 2021

    At 1:12 pm Tuesday the Liberal Fire Department was dispatched to 922 N. Pershing for a reported garage fire.  Law enforcement units on scene advised that the garage was fully engulfed and spreading...

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  • LPD Investigates Domestic Violence Battery Incident

    LPD Investigates Domestic Violence Battery Incident - January 05, 2021

    On January 2nd, around 3:11PM, Liberal Police officers were dispatched to South Calhoun Street with regards to a domestic violence incident.  Investigating officers were informed that the suspect, An...

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  • Guymon Man Suffers Injuries in Two Vehicle Accident

    Guymon Man Suffers Injuries in Two Vehicle Accident - January 05, 2021

    An injury accident occurred  Tuesday, January 5th at approximately 6:15 am on US 64, approximately .7 of mile east of Laverne, Oklahoma in Harper County. A 2012 Kenworth driven by Thomas Allen Ste...

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  • SCCC Begins Stepped Approach to Spring Semester

    SCCC Begins Stepped Approach to Spring Semester - January 05, 2021

    by Rachel Coleman LIBERAL, Kan.  —  Seward County Community College has taken its first steps into the Spring 2021 semester with pandemic protocols for students, faculty and staff, and the com...

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  • Kansas’ December Total Tax Collections Up $13.6 Million Compared to Last Fiscal Year

    Kansas’ December Total Tax Collections Up $13.6 Million Compared to Last Fiscal Year - January 05, 2021

    TOPEKA – Kansas’ December total tax collections continues the state’s trend of outperforming the estimate. Total tax collections were up $64.5 million, or 9.1%, for the month with $770.2 mill...

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  • Seward County Commission Meets, Closes out 2020

    Seward County Commission Meets, Closes out 2020 - January 04, 2021

    The Seward County Commission met Monday evening with several housekeeping items to close out 2020. On the agenda, the Commission approved the Accounts receivable write-offs for the Health Departmen...

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  • LHS Returns to School Tuesday

    LHS Returns to School Tuesday - January 04, 2021

    Liberal High School welcomes students back to school on Tuesday, January 5.  The school will continue in phase 1 for the next two weeks.  The student schedule for January 5th-15th is similar to the ...

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  • SCCC to Permit Public Meetings on Campus Beginning Jan. 11

    SCCC to Permit Public Meetings on Campus Beginning Jan. 11 - January 04, 2021

    by Rachel Coleman SCCC Seward County Community College will once again open its campus to host public meetings and civic groups beginning Jan. 11, 2021. The move is part of second-semester reopenin...

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