A band member and classmate of Samantha’s helped launch a Facebook event to encourage students and faculty to all wear the color.
Dr. Anderson will be replacing Dr. Julie Ford who will be retiring from the district on June, 30, 2016.
We’re only two weeks into the legislative session, and already the Kansas Legislature is making national headlines, because of a new committ…
On Friday afternoon, Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry was named the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year.
Despite leading the NBA’s Eastern conference, the Cleveland Cavaliers have fired head coach David Blatt.
Two people have been arrested in Jackson County on meth related charges.
Detectives recovered 6 generators valued at $3000 and $6,000 to $8,000 worth of cable.
Funeral services have been announced for a 16-year-old Seaman High School student who was killed in a two-vehicle accident Wednesday morning…
“My failure to clearly specify that all conferees, regardless of gender, should strive to present themselves professionally is unacceptable.…
A report for the Kansas Board of Regents says a total of 815 students who don’t meet minimum admission requirements are enrolled in the stat…
Kaylee Snell from Seaman High School is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.
Katherine Hazard saw the crash and helped the man, who she says was unconscious when she found him.
Parents and students in two Kansas districts are upset tonight after those districts decided to keep students in classes Thursday despite ov…
On the 25th anniversary of the first Gulf War, a Junction City native re-enlisted in the military.
Democrats are backing a bill aimed at shortening the Kansas Legislature’s annual sessions as part of a package of measures with a larger goa…
On Thursday, legislators expressed frustration that the agency running the institution doesn’t yet have a specific budget plan.
The Shawnee Heights cheer team will be competing at a national tournament in Dallas, Texas this weekend.
While Topeka only got a little snow, Manhattan and Junction City got a real winter storm — up to a reported 4.5 inches worth.