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McPherson man arrested on multiple charges

A McPherson man was arrested on requested drug and violation of a protection order charges after an incident that began in downtown Salina late Monday night. Officers were sent to Homewood Suites by Hilton, 115 E. Mulberry Street, just before 11 p.m. Monday for the report of a man allegedly following and harassing a 28-year-old woman who had a protection order against him, Salina Police Captain Gary Hanus said this morning. Another woman in her 20s was with the 28-year-old.
SALINA, KS
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Buffalo Injures Kansas Deputy; Animal’s Owner Found Gored to Death

BUSHTON, Kan. (AP) — Authorities say a buffalo charged and seriously injured a Kansas sheriff’s deputy one day before the animal’s owner was found gored to death. Ellsworth County Sheriff Murray Marston said in a news release that the buffalo had wandered onto a state highway and the deputy was trying to get the animal back in a pasture when it charged.
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25 DAYS TO 2022 KICKOFF: Gabe Hoover

NOTE: Kansas State has elected to advance players’ classification even though the 2020 season did not affect eligibility. Those who wish to take advantage of this extra year will be listed as a (“super”) senior again after their original eligibility would have been exhausted. #25 Gabe Hoover.
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CIK Season Previews: Little River remains loaded after back-to-back trips to state title game

WICHITA, Kan. (Catch it Kansas) - Kevin Ayers did it at Wallace County and he’s doing it again in Little River. Since taking over in 2019, Ayers has led the Redskins to a 32-5 record with back-to-back trips to the Div. I championship game, and a state title in 2020. With most of his talent back from last year’s one-loss team, the Redskins will again be a team to beat in 2022.
LITTLE RIVER, KS
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Charging bison injures deputy; animal’s owner found dead

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH/Gray News) - Authorities in Kansas say the owner of a bison was found gored to death the day after a sheriff’s deputy was injured by the animal. KWCH reports that Ellsworth County 911 received a call around 9 a.m. Monday from the aunt of 56-year-old Scott Schroeder, of Bushton, who found her nephew dead in a pen. She said she thought that a bison had killed him.
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Bison kills Ellsworth County man, injures deputy

Ellsworth County officials said a bison killed a man in an area northwest of Bushton on Sunday, and the animal also injured a sheriff’s deputy. The deputy was injured Sunday night in an area near K-4 Highway and 5th Road. He was trying to get a bison from the highway back onto a pasture when the bison charged him. He was in stable condition after surgery at Salina Regional Health Center. Officials said a Rice County deputy arrived at the scene and shot the bison as it was getting ready to attack the Ellsworth County deputy a second time.
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Lyman Kruckenberg, age 95

Lyman L. Kruckenberg, age 95 years, of Lyons, Kansas and formerly of Great Bend, Kansas, passed away early on Friday morning, July 22, 2022 at the Rice County Hospital in Lyons, Kansas. Lyman was born on November 19, 1926 at rural Great Bend, Kansas to Emil F. and Sophie J. (Soeken) Kruckenberg. He graduated from Great Bend High School in 1943, and served in the U.S. Coast Guard and the Merchant Marines for a total of 3 years in both the Atlantic Theater and Pacific Theater during World War II. Lyman was united in marriage to Esther E. Keil on December 15, 1946 at Larned, Kansas. He owned and operated Kruckenberg Construction in Great Bend for nearly 40 years, and estimated that he had erected over 2,000 steel buildings in the area over that span of time. Lyman and Esther loved traveling and camping with their RV, and Lyman particularly loved fishing, hunting, woodworking, and baseball – having played and coached both slow & fast-pitch softball in his younger years. Lyman was a longtime member of Trinity Lutheran Church and American Legion Post #180, both of Great Bend.
LYONS, KS

Update: Charging buffalo kills man from Bushton, injures deputy

ELLSWORTH COUNTY — Authorities in Ellsworth County are investigating after a man was found dead on Monday and a deputy injured on Sunday by a charging buffalo. At 9 a.m. Monday, a woman called Ellsworth County 911 to report she needed an ambulance because she found her nephew, identified as 56-year-old Scott Schroeder of rural Bushton, dead in a pen and thought a buffalo killed him, according to Sheriff Murray Marston.
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Ordinance No. 3372

AN ordinance regulating public offenses within the corporate limits of the city of mcpherson, kansas; incorporating by reference the “uniform Public Offense Code for Kansas Cities,” 2022 edition; and making certain modifications and additions to the same. WHEREAS, the City Commission of the City of McPherson has considered...
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