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County Seeks Public Input on US-24 Corridor Study

Updated: 07/14/2008 - Pottawatomie County is asking for the community's input on issues related to US-24, including transportation, traffic, land use and development. The public is asked to complete a survey to help a study team plan for the future of the highway.

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Players Tee-It-Up For Boy Scouts

Updated: 07/14/2008 - The greens at Topeka Country Club were full as golfers turned out to help raise funds for the Boy Scouts.

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Coal Plant Battle Shifts to Courtroom Tuesday

Posted: 07/14/2008 - A Sunflower spokesperson says the utility hopes that two of the six legal challenges that arose from KDHE Sec. Rod Bremby's decision to reject an air-quality permit for two new coal plants will be dismissed Tuesday.

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Kansas Democrats Upset Over Latest Roberts TV Ad

Posted: 07/14/2008 - Democrats assert the disclaimer at the beginning of Pat Roberts latest ad, which attacks opponent Jim Slattery's lobbying work does not adequately lay responsibility for the commercial's contents on the GOP incumbent.

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Bombardier Chooses Canada over Missouri for Plant Site

Posted: 07/14/2008 - Missouri officials have lost their bid to lure Canadian aircraft giant Bombardier's multimillion dollar plant to Kansas City. That's after months of effort and a 240-million dollar incentive package.

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Capital City Crushers Bout it Out

Posted: 07/13/2008 - The crowd cheered as the derby girls rolled around fighting their way through the blockers, those watching had a list of illegal maneuvers to watch for and the rules of the game.

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In a Switch, Governors Now Await Running-Mate Call

Posted: 07/13/2008 - Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius was among a group of leaders gathered this weekend at the National Governors' Association getting buzz as a possible presidential runningmate.

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19-Year-Old Shot and Killed in KC

Updated: 07/13/2008 - The Kansas City Star reports that after interviewing several witnesses, detectives discovered that several youths were playing with guns inside the home when Alhambra, the 19-year-old, was shot.

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Fiesta Mexicana 2008 Has King and Queen

Updated: 07/12/2008 - The winners were crowned at a Coronation Ball Saturday evening. Monica DeLagarza is your new queen and is a student at Washburn University. Joshua Pickering is your 2008 Fiesta Mexican King.

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Recent Disasters Leave Local Help in Financial Struggles

Posted: 07/12/2008 - With the recent tornadoes, flooding and wind damage we have had it's caused major financial struggles for the Salvation Army and American Red Cross that provide disaster relief to Kansas.

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Woman Run Over at Jeremiah Bullfrog's Overnight

Updated: 07/14/2008 - A woman is seriously injured early this morning in the parking lot of Jeremiah Bullfrogs Bar & Grille. Police are saying that she was hit by a car early Saturday morning and rushed to Stormont Vail Hospital.

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Ft. Riley Commanding General Nominated to Pentagon Post

Updated: 07/11/2008 - Sec. of Defense Robert Gates nominated Ft. Riley Commanding General Robert Durbin to be special assistant to the Army Chief of Staff for enterprise management. Maj. Gen. Durbin has been at Ft. Riley a little more than a year.

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