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Dodge City Community College Scholarship Fund Gets a Boost

(Courtesy of Dodge City Community College) DODGE CITY, Kan. — At its regular monthly meeting on May 28th, the Dodge City Community College Board of Trustees voted to use an increase in incidental fees to help recruit more area fine arts students. The 5-2 vote, with trustees Terry Malone and Dan Reichenborn dissenting, paves...
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Lee Richardson Zoo closed to vehicle traffic on Saturday

(Courtesy of the Lee Richardson Zoo) GARDEN CITY, Kan. — Lee Richardson Zoo will be open to pedestrians only (no vehicle traffic) on Saturday, June 8, for the Beef Empire Days Chuckwagons at the Zoo, taking place on the west side of the zoo. Visitors will be able to view all animal exhibits during regular...
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Weekly Update: Garden City City Manager

Garden City City Manager Matt Allen updates us on the City Commission meeting that was held on 6/4/19.
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Trans Am Bike Race Headed Through Kansas

(Courtesy of the Kansas Department of Transportation) TOPEKA, Kan. — Participants in the Trans American Bike Race left Astoria, Ore., at 7 a.m. on Sunday, June 2, and are expected to cross through Kansas as early as Friday, June 7. The Trans American Bike Race is one of many cycling events in or through Kansas...
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USD 457: Kenneth Henderson Middle School Announces Spring Honor Roll

Kenneth Henderson Middle School has recently announced its A-B honor roll for seventh and eighth grade students for the spring semester of the 2018-2019 school year.  The honor roll includes: The A Honor Roll students: Seventh grade: Alexis H. Arwine, Joseph A. Caballero, Kamdyn E. Carr, Graham M. Dirks, Cristopher Escarcega, Brianna Estrada, Maggie...
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USD 457: Horace Good Middle School Announces Spring Honor Roll

Horace J. Good Middle School has recently announced its honor roll for seventh and eighth grade students for the spring semester of the 2018-2019 school year.  The honor roll includes:   The A Honor Roll students: Seventh grade: Karl Nathan P. Aguilar, Calista E. Davis, Maria I. Diego, Javier R. Garcia, Kyaw Paw Kah, Lucy M....
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USD 457: GCHS Announces Spring Honor Roll

Garden City High School has recently announced its honor roll for each of the academies for the spring semester of the 2018-2019 school year.  The honor rolls include Principal Honor, High Honors and Honors. The honor roll for the Freshman Academy includes:  Principal Honor Roll students: Emily G. Aguilar, Anahi Alcantara, Jasmin E. Alvarado,...
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Governor announces former Telegram publisher as new director of communications

(From the Office of the Governor) TOPEKA, Kan. — Gov. Laura Kelly today announced Dena Sattler as the new director of communications for the Office of the Governor. Sattler has been director of marketing and communications for the Kansas Department of Commerce since mid-February. Prior to joining Commerce, Sattler was publisher of The Garden City...
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Finney County to hold Tax Foreclosure Sale

(Courtesy of Finney County) FINNEY COUNTY, Kan. — Finney County is holding the Tax Foreclosure Sale on Friday, June 7, 2019. Registration opens at 9:00 a.m. in Room 210 of the Finney County Courthouse, 425 N. 8th St., Garden City, Kansas. Bidding starts at 10:00 a.m. A list of properties in this year’s sale is...
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USD 457: District Enrollment Office Changing Days of Operation During Summer

(Courtesy of USD 457) GARDEN CITY, Kan. — The Garden City Public Schools Central Student Enrollment Office at the Educational Support Center, 1205 Fleming Street, will be changing its days of operation during the summer. The office will be closed on Fridays during the summer starting on Friday, June 7th, and going through July 26th. ...
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