Representatives of the City of Garden City, Finney County and other municipalities and counties were in Topeka the last week of January voicing opposition to a bill that seeks to move up the effective date of a tax lid and eliminate some exemptions to it.
Area state lawmakers who oppose the existing tax lid law also oppose a Senate Bill seeking to remove exemptions and move up the date of implementation by 18 months.
SCOTT CITY — A 32-year-old Scott City man charged with arson related to a Sept. 27 fire at the Wendy’s restaurant in Scott City was back in court Friday morning for a status check.
These meetings are open to the public under Kansas law. Portions of the meetings may be closed to the public, but only under specific exemptions cited in Kansas law.
The daily list of responsibilities is long for Natasha Weilert.
The annual Garden City Area Chamber of Commerce banquet promises to be a “magical” evening.
DEERFIELD — Smoke and the smell of pork drifted out of what used to be the Deerfield fire station on Wednesday afternoon as men prepared the main dish for the annual Deerfield Brotherhood Ground Hog Supper.
Garden City’s dining selection soon will expand to include a Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen restaurant.
The third annual Garden City Cheer and Dance Showcase starts at 11 a.m. today at the Garden City High School gym. Dance and cheerleading teams from Garden City, Holcomb, Dighton, and Dodge City will compete and perform. There will be a special performance at 12:05 p.m. by GC Glitter Bombs, a…
K-State Research and Extension will provide a free, educational session on the voting process from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Finney County Library as part of its Knowledge at Noon series. Melvin Neufeld will be the presenter and participants will have the opportunity to get help in compl…
People interested in learning more about the role the City of Garden City plays in their everyday lives are invited to enroll in the city's Citizen Academy.
Garden City Downtown Vision, Inc., will host its annual meeting at 6 p.m. Feb. 15 at High Plains Public Radio, 210 N. Seventh St.
The Finney County United Way’s 2017 application for funding is now available. For more information, call the United Way office at (620) 275-1425 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A week after Holcomb welcomed its new Love’s Truck/Travel Center, Garden City welcomed its own Love’s Country Store on Thursday, near the U.S. Highway 50/400 bypass and Harvest Street.
(TNS) — Apple Inc. has begun offering trade-in credit for damaged iPhones, a strategy that could encourage people to buy a newer model rather than try to fix or bear with their current device.
Bonita Pfannenstiel, Ness County Farm Loan Manager, announced that the FSA Farm Loan Division will be available to Finney County farmers starting immediately.
The Kansas Department of Agriculture is seeking authority to quarantine and treat or destroy crops that could pose a risk to public health because of toxicity.
About a year ago, demolition began on the old Bank of America building at 1515 E. Kansas Ave. to make way for the new home of Garden City’s Commerce Bank.
BEIJING (TNS) — A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck southern Taiwan early Saturday, toppling several buildings and killing at least three people in Tainan, one of the island’s oldest cities, according to local news reports.
NASHUA, N.H. (TNS) — He’s back. At center stage.
WASHINGTON (TNS) — For the last two years, America’s job-creation machine has been like “The Little Engine That Could,” chugging ahead with “I think I can, I think I can” regardless of headwinds at home or abroad.
WASHINGTON (TNS) — President Barack Obama on Friday took credit for the latest jobs report, saying the 4.9 percent rate shows his stewardship has made the U.S. economy the “strongest and most durable” in the world.
WASHINGTON (TNS) — As the Zika virus reaches the United States and the nation’s capital, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are calling for an urgent response to prevent its spread, and are scheduling briefings and committee hearings to address it.
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, who won Iowa's 2012 caucuses, ended his presidential campaign Wednesday and endorsed Marco Rubio for president.
WASHINGTON (TNS) — Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said Wednesday morning he will suspend his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, opting to focus instead on his on his re-election effort this year.
NASHUA, N.H. (TNS) — Now it’s all about New Hampshire.
WASHINGTON (TNS) — The private email server Hillary Clinton used while secretary of State re-emerged as a liability for her presidential run, as the State Department acknowledged Friday that 22 messages stored on the server contain top secret information.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (TNS) — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder said Friday he hopes the water in Flint might be safe to drink again in three months, but it’s impossible to predict because it’s not a question of time, but of science.