Hodgeman County, KS

Kansas StateDodge City Daily Globe

Counties receive funding through Kansas High Risk Rural Roads Program

Two southwest Kansas counties are among 16 counties in Kansas to receive funding through the Kansas High Risk Rural Roads (HRRR) Program, according to Kansas Department of Transportation Secretary Julie Lorenz and Gov. Laura Kelly. According to Lorenz, Hodgeman County will receive $62,000 to install pavement markings on all paved...
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Olpe, KSEmporia gazette.com

Olpe girls set for state semifinal tussle with Hodgeman County today

The Olpe girls will continue their quest for a state title as they take on Hodgeman County in the state semifinal at United Wireless Arena in Dodge City at 3 p.m. today. The Eagles are 23-0 and the winners of 49 in a row, a streak that includes all of last year’s season.
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Kansas man dies after SUV travels into dry creek bed

HODGEMAN COUNTY—One person died in an accident on Wednesday in Hodgeman County. The Kansas Highway Patrol reported a 2001 Lincoln Navigator driven by Michael J. Keiley, 84, Jetmore, was northbound on 219 Road one mile south of L. Road. The SUV traveled into the west ditch, continued through a barbed...
Jetmore, KSDodge City Daily Globe

Advisory had been issued on Jan. 26 due to line break

JETMORE — The boil water advisory for the City of Jetmore in Hodgeman County has been rescinded by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. The advisory was issued on Jan. 26 due to a loss of pressure in the system due to a waterline break. "A failure to maintain...
Jetmore, KSDodge City Daily Globe

KDHE issues boil water advisory for Jetmore due to waterline break

JETMORE — A boil water advisory has been issued for Jetmore in Hodgeman County, according to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. According to KDHE, it is not related to COVID-19 but due to a loss of pressure in the system due to a waterline break and, with a failure to maintain adequate pressure, it can lead to a loss of chlorine residuals and bacterial contamination.