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Skeletal Remains Positively Identified

Skeletal remains found early this spring in North Central Kansas have been positively identified. The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI), along with the Cloud County Sheriff’s Office and the Mitchell County Sheriff’s Office, have identified human skeletal remains that were located in April, along the Mitchell and Cloud County line.
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KBI IDs human remains found in north-central Kanas

MITCHELL COUNTY – The Kansas Bureau of Investigation, along with the Cloud County Sheriff’s Office and the Mitchell County Sheriff’s Office, have identified the human skeletal remains that were located in April, along the Mitchell and Cloud County line, according to a media release from the KBI. Due to the...
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Concordia, KSConcordia Blade-Empire

For the record 6-21-21

Accidents—At approximately 12:15 p.m. Friday, June 18, officers investigated a three-vehicle accident in the 1700 block of Cedar Street involving a vehicle driven by Conrad Zimmerman, Concordia, a vehicle owned by Sotero Mares, Concordia, and a vehicle owned by Pedro Garcia, Concordia. At approximately 9:30 p.m. Saturday, June 19, officers...
Geary County, KSJunction City Daily Union

Cloud County Community College to be host to first ever Tech Day

Cloud County Community College’s Geary County campus will be host to the first ever Tech Day on Wednesday, July 21. The free event, at the Junction City campus, will be from 4-6 p.m., and will highlight a number of Cloud County’s technical-focused programs. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about Nursing, Pharmacy Technician, Allied Health (Certified Nurse Aide and Certified Medication Aide), Emergency Medical Technician, Renewable Energy, CDL, Early Childhood Education, Business, and Criminal Justice.
Mitchell County, KSJunction City Daily Union

UPDATE: Skeletal remains identified as El Dorado man

MITCHELL COUNTY – The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI), along with the Cloud County Sheriff’s Office and the Mitchell County Sheriff’s Office, have identified the human skeletal remains that were located in April, along the Mitchell and Cloud County line. Due to the advanced decomposition of the recovered remains, positive...
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CCCC board accepts gift of ag facility

During its regular meeting on Tuesday night, the Cloud County Community College board of trustees accepted the gift of a new agriculture facility from the Cloud County Community College Foundation. The 8,000 square-foot facility will be used to meet the needs of the growing agriculture program by providing space for...
Concordia, KSConcordia Blade-Empire

OCCK to begin providing public transportation in Concordia

OCCK, Inc. will be providing all general public transportation within the city limits of Concordia beginning on July 1. This service has been provided by the Concordia Senior Center. This new venture, called GoConcordia, will be a joint partnership between OCCK, Inc., the Concordia Senior Center, and the Kansas Department...
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Remains identifed as missing El Dorado man

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation, along with local law enforcement, have identified the human skeletal remains that were found near the Cloud County and Mitchell County border as those of a missing El Dorado man. According to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI), the remains were those of Waylon Fort,...
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Cloud County, KSConcordia Blade-Empire

CCCC athletic teams receive Ukens Awards

The Cloud County Community College baseball and volleyball teams are the winners of the 2020-2021 Burnell Ukens Academic Teams of the Year Awards, given to the men's and women's T-Bird athletic teams that finish the year with the highest overall team GPA. Overall, the volleyball team finished the year with...
Concordia, KSConcordia Blade-Empire

For the record 6-16-21

Arrests—At approximately 11:56 a.m. Monday, June 14, officers responded to a disturbance in the 200 block of West Seventh Street. Upon further investigation, officers arrested Dustin Mendenhall, Concordia, for disorderly conduct. Mendenhall was transported to the Cloud County Law Enforcement Center. Criminal Damage—At approximately 9:30 a.m. Saturday, June 12, officers...
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T-Bird baseball, volleyball teams win academic awards

CONCORDIA - The Cloud County Community College baseball and volleyball teams are the winners of the 2020-2021 Burnell Ukens Academic Teams of the Year Awards, given to the men's and women's T-Bird athletic teams that finish the year with the highest overall team GPA. Overall, the volleyball team finished the...
Republic County, KSConcordia Blade-Empire

Republic County man charged with rape of child

Jose Pedro Toledo Leite, former vice president for academic affairs & student success at Cloud County Community College, has been charged with one count of alleged felony rape of a child under the age of 14 and one count of aggravated indecent liberties with a child. According to a report...
Cloud County, KSConcordia Blade-Empire

Board approves pay hike for Sheriff’s Office

A proposal to increase the hourly wage of all full-time employees of the Cloud County Sheriff's Office, except for Sheriff Ken Davis and the on-site nurse, by $1 per hour, was approved by the Cloud County board of commissioners during its regular meeting on Monday. Davis had presented the proposal...
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Cloud County Co-op tops Funk Pharmacy

Scoring four runs in the top of the fourth inning, Cloud County Co-op posted an 11-7 Concordia Recreation Girls Softball win over Funk Pharmacy Thursday night at the Concordia Sports Complex. In the other game played on Thursday, the American Legion defeated Subway, 15-8. Cloud County Co-op and Funk Pharmacy...
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Davidson earns Cloud County academic honors

Brenna Davidson, Ottawa, was named to the Cloud County Community College Spring 2021 President's List. To be named to the president's list, students must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours of college coursework and must have earned a semester grade point average of 3.9-4.0.