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Rodeo action will return to the Northeast Kansas Heritage Complex next Friday and Saturday, July 10 and 11, when the Jackson County Fair Association presents the 10th-annual Jackson County Rodeo. There will be riding and roping events for rodeo fans of all ages at this year’s event, which begins at...
Jackson Heights High School Class of 2020 salutatorian Erin Curtis (left) joined co-valedictorians Jerilyn Nelson (center) and MaKenzie Kennedy to celebrate their graduation. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
Jackson Heights High School Class of 2020 salutatorian Erin Curtis (left) joined co-valedictorians Jerilyn Nelson (center) and MaKenzie Kennedy to celebrate their graduation. A total of 34 graduating Cobras were honored in a commencement ceremony held on Sunday, June 21 at the JHHS gym.   Click...
No public fireworks displays have been scheduled in Jackson County this year due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation, but starting this coming Saturday, June 27, local fireworks enthusiasts will have the opportunity to stock up on Class C fireworks for their own backyard displays. Saturday...
A parade to celebrate the end of the school year for Jackson Heights students was held recently in Circleville. The district has announced that it will hold its graduating ceremony at 2 p.m. Sunday at the JHHS gym.
Following the U.S. Department of Labor’s surprise report on Friday, June 5 of a decline in the national unemployment rate, U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) called the report “a positive step forward in our econom­ic recovery,” it was reported. Sen. Moran also expressed grati­tude over the passage of...
On Monday, Gov. Laura Kelly took action on the remaining eight bills passed by the Kansas Legislature during the 2020 regular session. Gov. Kelly signed five pieces of legislation and vetoed three bills. The bills she signed are as follows. • House Bill 2018 amends the Video Competition Act (Act)...
Agricultural producers can now apply for USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP), which provides direct payments to offset impacts from the coronavirus pandemic, it has been reported. The application and a payment calculator are now available online, and USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA)...
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt has issued the following statement regarding the COVID-19 relief bill (Second Conference Committee Report on House Bill 2054) approved by large majorities in the State Legislature after an overnight session just before adjourning its annual regular session: “...
Retired K-State Research & Extension plant pathologist Dr. Doug Jardine spent much of his career sharing information on soybean disease management. His estimates suggested we could increase soybean yields by more than 12 percent if we could eliminate disease pressure. Disease elimination is not...
So my obsession with blue/green algae has led me to understand the frustrations that the expert doctors and scientists must be having with COVID-19. Just when you think you know the beast you are battling, it throws you a curve ball. Just when you think this is a hot weather, static water, no air...

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