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Collyer, KS

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Sharks travel to WaKeeney for swim meet

The Stockton Tiger Sharks continued to navigate through their regular season schedule as they traveled to WaKeeney on Saturday, June 18th. According to Tiger Sharks Swim Coach Daphne Plumer, “Many of the swimmers were trying events they have never swam before and swimming extra events this week.” …
WAKEENEY, KS
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Straight Talk From the Deer Guides: A Kansas Pro Dishes on Blood-Trailing, Buck-Shaming, and Bad Excuses

We know you’re already thinking about deer season. So are we, which is why we are kicking off a new series called “Strait Talk from the Deer Guides.” Having interviewed scores of them over the years, I can tell you that most whitetail guides have strong opinions, all of them have some wild stories, and some of them are more than happy to talk about both. If you’re a fellow deer nut, it makes for fascinating conversation. But more than that: If you listen closely, you’ll also come away with some nuggets of deer-hunting wisdom that can only come from folks who chase whitetails for a living.
MORLAND, KS
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Accident Injures One

A 21-year-old Salina man was taken to the hospital Thursday morning after suffering injuries in a two-vehicle accident. Police Capt. Paul Forrester tells KSAL News that a 2010 Ford F150 pickup truck was going north on Highland at 11:40 a.m. when it pulled out in front of a 2009 Lexus IS 250 going west on Claflin and hit it.
SALINA, KS
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How to Hunt the Best Day of the Strut No. 6: May 10

By the second week of May, it can seem like turkey season has gone on forever, especially if you’ve been going at it hard in multiple states like more and more turkey nuts do. But with the next Best Day of the Strut coming up on Tuesday, this is no time to be giving up. In fact, our expert for the day, a Kansas-based guide with a killer track record of putting his clients on big toms, picked May 10 as his favorite day to hunt during his state’s six-week season.
MORLAND, KS
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