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Mental Health Month

Pawnee’s theme for this observance is “May is Mental Health Month – It’s Time to Talk.” Conversations about mental health are becoming easier and more common at home, in the workplace, and at school. We encourage you to take time this month to reflect on your own mental health as well as potential symptoms you may notice in others. If you or your loved ones are experiencing anxiety, depression,…
PAWNEE COUNTY, KS

Jimenez promoted to transportation director at Sunflower Diversified

Sunflower Diversified Services recently announced the promotion of Christina Jimenez to director of transportation. Jimenez is using her background in Sunflower’s General Public Transportation (GPT) program to oversee all ride scheduling and vehicle maintenance, while ensuring compliance with Kansas Department of Transportation regulations. “We currently run a crew of...
BARTON COUNTY, KS
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Pawnee Co. household hazardous waste collection approaching

Rod Wheaton with the Pawnee County Landfill would like to remind everyone that the Spring Household Hazardous Waste Collection is approaching. Rod and his crew will be on hand to help you properly dispose of all your household hazardous waste on Saturday, May 7, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Pawnee County Road & Bridge Shop at 723 North East Trail Street in Larned.
PAWNEE COUNTY, KS
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City employees accused of 10-years of scrap metal theft in Larned

PAWNEE COUNTY– Two of three suspects accused of scrap metal theft over ten years from the city of Larned appeared in Pawnee County Court Thursday. Randall Parker, 59, and Randall Bird, 45, both of Larned, are charged with Conspiracy to Commit Theft of property worth at least $25,000, but less than $100,000, according to Pawnee County Attorney Doug McNett.
LARNED, KS

RSVP Medical Transportation able to make ends meet

The RSVP Medical Transportation is a group of volunteers that provide rides to non-emergency medical appointments anywhere in Kansas for Barton and Pawnee county residents. Volunteers used their own vehicles to drive clients 30,681 miles in a one year time frame. Over 130 people utilized the program to the tune of 888 times.
GREAT BEND, KS