Lawmakers are considering a bill to boost the speed limit on some Kansas highways to 80, but some state officials worry that’s too high.
Residents gathered for the second time this month to figure out a solution to their neighborhood grocery store closing.
Kansas residents have had to show proof of citizenship when registering to vote in state elections since 2013, but now it applies to federal…
“We won’t let up until we know the residents of this community have easy access to a community grocery store.”
how you can spice up your Sunday evening watch party
Students at Holy Family Catholic School had two guest speakers on Thursday afternoon to discuss their careers.
Accidents sometimes happen, and if there’s ever a gasoline spill, anthrax scare, or other hazardous chemical involved, a special team of fir…
Right now there are 286 public school districts in the state of Kansas, but a bill lawmakers are considering would force smaller districts t…
The Flint Hills Discovery Center Foundation has given “Friend of the Flint Hills” award to former Kansas Senator Nancy Kassebaum.
Should the state use taxpayer money to help send some students to private school?
how the new meal standard are affecting students in northeast Kansas
Some lawmakers want to establish a six-member committee consisting of two members from the house, senate, and state board of education, for …
If KSU goes without another cases of the mumps for the next 41 days they will have contained this isolated incident.
A public forum was held at Faith Temple on Lincoln Street to discuss concerns surrounding the closing of a Dillons store located on 1400 Hun…
Senator Anthony Hensley founded this event 35 years ago and it’s more relevant than ever with the Kansas Caucus approaching in March.
Karis and her two sisters were treated to a Love Your Melon party Saturday afternoon.
The intersection at K-4 and 46th Street is finally getting an overdue upgrade.
“In order to keep the prices low and to uphold our commitments to all our customers, we cannot continue to operate stores that are not makin…
750 plus people who waited in line, overnight, just to be seen
Hayley Thompson from Holton High School is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.