Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Five scouts and their leaders trek for 11 days    by CYNTHIA SCHEER  For 11 days this summer five Washington Boy Scout members and leaders carried 50-pound packs as they hiked 7 to 12 miles a day in high altitude. The every-three-year-trip tested the group’s... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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The Linn High School FFA chapter won Northeast Area State Land Career Development Event hosted Oct. 5 in Keats by Riley County High School. Team members included Evan Bott, Aaron Stuenkel, Preston Myers and Kamryn Smith. Linn held off 23 other teams from 15 schools for the right to compete at... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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by MARCIA HUBBARD  The Linn High School girls’ volleyball team couldn’t seem to get over the hump during the Twin Valley League tournament last Saturday at Blue Valley High School in Randolph. The Lady Bulldogs were in Pool 1 of the Gold Division with Valley Heights,... + continue reading
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
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Brewery using hot water byproduct of brewing process to keep new sidewalk free of snow BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Kansas Territory Brewing Company has new heated sidewalks. Owner Brad Portenier said the idea was inspired by the hot water generated by the brewery. “We won’t have to... + continue reading
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
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BY MARCIA HUBBARD The Washington County High School football team struggled against Centralia in their Homecoming game last Friday, losing to the Panthers, 50-0. Sophomore Garret Otott was credited with 18 yards rushing on 10 carries. Freshman Drew Buhrman tallied nine yards on four carries.... + continue reading

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10/18/2017
BY CYNTHIA SCHEER  Nineteen-year-old John Detimore, of Burlingame, was arrested Oct. 12 in western Iowa after a high-speed chase. Detimore was wanted in connection with several vehicle thefts in multiple counties two weeks ago, including thefts in... + continue reading
10/18/2017
by MARCIA HUBBARD  Competing in the Twin Valley League volleyball tournament Saturday at Blue Valley High School in Randolph, Hanover fell just shy of advancing out of pool play. The Lady Wildcats were in Pool 1 of the Gold Division with Valley... + continue reading

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BY MARCIA HUBBARD The Hanover High School football team moved its record to a perfect 6-0 after the Wildcats pounded Blue Valley 62-0 in action Friday at Hanover. The game was also an 8-Man, Division 2, District 3 contest. HHS is now 2-0 at the District playoff level. Hanover scored 48 first-... + continue reading
10/04/2017 - 0 comment(s)
BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Leroy Pearson slowed his truck as he approached a large, three-story stone house setting alone in a crop field. “Isn’t that something?” he said as he looked at the house located between Clifton and Brantford. “I keep thinking... + continue reading
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BY CYNTHIA SCHEER Randy Hubbard returned to Kansas last week after spending two weeks serving meals for the Red Cross in Hurricane Irma-ravaged Florida. Hubbard is the emergency management coordinator for Washington County and said he volunteered because... + continue reading

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by MARCIA HUBBARD  The Linn High School girls’ volleyball team couldn’t seem to get over the hump during the Twin Valley League tournament last Saturday at Blue Valley High... + continue reading

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By Travis Mounts  We’re about three months away from the start of the 2018 Kansas legislative session, and once again school funding will dominate the proceedings. I’ll warn... + continue reading