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GCFD Chief Allen Shelton named 2018 Fire Chief of the Year

GARDEN CITY, KAN. — Garden City Fire Chief Allen Shelton has been named the 2018 Fire Chief of the Year by the Kansas State Association of Fire Chiefs. Shelton is in his 44th year with the Garden City Fire Department. Shelton began his career in September of 1975 as a volunteer firefighter. He was...
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School Closings and Delays for Monday, Nov. 12

Here are the latest school closings and delays for Monday, Nov. 12. Last update: 8:00 a.m.   USD 220 – Ashland – 2-HOUR DELAY USD 102 – Cimarron-Ensign – 2-HOUR DELAY USD 476 – Copeland – 2-HOUR DELAY USD 216 – Deerfield – CLOSED USD 482 – Dighton – 2-HOUR DELAY USD 225 – Fowler – 2-HOUR DELAY...
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Five resign at the Ness County Sheriff’s Office

NESS CITY, KAN. — The Ness County Sheriff’s Office has announced that the undersheriff, three deputies and a dispatcher have all resigned from their roles with the Ness County Sheriff’s Office effective immediately. According to the Ness County Sheriff’s Office’s Facebook page, Undersheriff William Sutton, Deputy Cole Stoecklein, Deputy Jonathan Rahe, and Deputy Jim Lutters...
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Stevens County man arrested for murder

MOSCOW, KAN. — The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) and the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office have made an arrest in the death of a 2-year old boy. The Stevens County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call to dispatch on Tuesday afternoon around 4 p.m. which caused them concern for the welfare of a young...
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Lee Richardson Zoo mourns death of snow leopard

GARDEN CITY, KAN. — The Lee Richardson Zoo, one of Garden City’s most visited attractions is mourning the loss of Kalmali, a seven year-old snow leopard. Kalmali was euthanized on Tuesday morning due to renal failure. According to a release from the zoo, “The median life expectancy for snow leopards is 15 years. Kali, as zoo...
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Kelly wins Kansas Governor’s race

TOPEKA, KAN. — Laura Kelly, a Kansas Democrat has been voted in as the new Governor on Tuesday evening in a primarily red-leaning state. Kelly defeated (R) Kris Kobach and (i) Greg Orman on Tuesday night. Kobach called Kelly shortly after 10 p.m. to concede the race. Kelly had been serving as a State...
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GCHS Cheerleaders to perform in New Year’s Day Parade

GARDEN CITY, KAN — Garden City High School cheerleaders Grace Reagle and Taylor Newsome will be performing at the world famous London New Year’s Day Parade on Jan. 1. Reagle and Taylor will be performing with over 800 other high school cheerleaders from across the U.S. that will be representing Varsity Spirit. Reagle and Taylor...
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Driver with 11 Illegal Immigrants arrested in Ford County

WICHITA, KAN — According to a release from U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister, Alex They Maya-Dimas, a 37-year-old Mexican citizen has pleaded guilty on Monday to unlawfully driving himself and 10 other illegal aliens from Arizona to Kansas. Maya-Dimas was driving his 2002 GMC Yukon when a Ford County deputy stopped him. According to the...
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Kansas Court of Appeals to hear arguments in Dodge City

TOPEKA, KAN — The State of Kansas Office of Judicial Administration announced on Thursday that a three-judge panel will hear oral arguments on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at the Ford County Courthouse in Dodge City. Judges Anthony Powell, G. Gordon Atcheson, and Kathryn Gardner will hear oral arguments in two cases starting at 9:30 a.m. The...
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Time Capsule dug up after 46 years

DODGE CITY, KAN — The Boot Hill Museum staff recently made a discovery of a buried object on their grounds, as they began preparing for construction on a new exhibit building. The object was a 2,700-pound vault that was buried 46 years ago. The vault has served as a time capsule, but had to...
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