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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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U.S. Attorney assigns lawyer(s) to observe election in Dodge City

DODGE CITY, KAN — United State Attorney, Stephen McAllister announced on Tuesday that he will send a staff member to observe the voting situation on Tuesday, Nov. 6 in Dodge City. McAllister is sending one or more of his lawyers to Dodge City after recent news of the city only having one polling location...
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Flags to be flown at Half Staff

TOPEKA, KAN — Governor Jeff Colyer has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff until sunset, Oct. 31 in honor of the victims killed in the deadly shooting at The Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Saturday morning. According to a release sent from the Governor’s office, “We express our deepest condolences to the families...
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Crystal Apple Award finalists announced

GARDEN CITY — Garden City Mayor, Roy Cessna and others from the Chamber’s Crystal Apple Award committee went around the community on Wednesday morning to surprise the six finalists for the Garden City Area Chamber of Commerce Crystal Apple Award. The Chamber’s Crystal Apple Committee is made up of representatives from the business community...
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Mega Millions won in South Carolina

The six winning numbers were drawn on Tuesday night and one lucky individual in South Carolina woke up feeling like a billionaire. On Wednesday morning, lottery officials said in a statement that the jackpot was worth $1.537 billion, that’s less than $50 million than the previously estimated jackpot of $1.6 billion. The South Carolina...
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Governor Colyer proclaims October “Zombie Preparedness Month”

TOPEKA, KAN — Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer has proclaimed October as “Zombie Preparedness Month” after signing the proclamation on Oct. 22 to make it official. The Kansas Division of Emergency Management has placed special emphasis on reminding the public to be prepared for zombies. According to the release, “Kansans are at risk to be impacted...
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Dodge City Mayor addresses national news

DODGE CITY, KAN. — Dodge City mayor, Kent Smoll sent out a statement from his office regarding the election location office being relocated. The news of the election office in Dodge City moving outside of city limits has caused a lot of controversy for the city of nearly 27,000 individuals. In fact, the story...
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