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The '1895' version of the Rooks County Fair

Body As the City of Stockton gears up to celebrate its 150th Anniversary, there are many things that make this town what it is: a thriving, friendly place to live and raise a family. The Rooks County “Fair of Champions” is one of those special things to celebrate about Stockton, as it is one of the longest-running county fairs in the state of Kansas. The Rooks County Free Fair packs in a full week of grandstand activities and top-notch entertainment.
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North America's largest wheat protein plant is in Kansas

PHILLIPSBURG – Governor Laura Kelly on Tuesday joined Amber Wave, a leader in sustainable agriculture, food ingredients, and low-carbon fuels, to cut the ribbon on a state-of-the-art wheat protein ingredients facility in Phillipsburg that will be the largest wheat protein producer in North America within two years, according to a media release from her office.
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California man killed when semi-truck hits cyclist in NW Kansas

NORTON CO., Kan. (WIBW) - A California man was pronounced dead at the scene after he was hit by a semi-truck while riding his bicycle along a NW Kansas highway. The Kansas Highway Patrol Crash Log indicates that just before 8 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 8, emergency crews were called to the area of Highway 36 about 6 miles west of Highway 383.
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Gov. joins leaders for opening of continent’s largest wheat protein plant

PHILLIPSBURG, Kan. (WIBW) - Governor Kelly joined local leaders at the grand opening of the largest wheat protein plant in North America. Kansas Governor Laura Kelly says on Tuesday, Aug. 9, she joined leaders from Amber Wave, a leader in sustainable agriculture, food ingredients, and low-carbon fuels, to cut the ribbon on a state-of-the-art wheat protein ingredients facility in Phillipsburg to be the largest producer in North American within 2 years.
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RoCo Arts mural project gratefully accepts Jerry Sterling Memorial

The Mural Project of RoCo Arts Council was blessed last week by the family of Jerry Sterling with a generous donation in his honor. This gift will be very beneficial in getting paint on the blank wall at the “stoplight intersection” of U.S. Highways 183 and 24 in Stockton. Jerry’s wife, Patti…
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Commissioners conduct short meeting

At the start of the August 2nd regular meeting of the Stockton City Commission, the members present approved the Consent Agenda as presented. Items included were the Solomon Valley Manor gross payroll in the amount of $59,091.38, the Solomon Valley Manor warrants in the amount of $68,613.34, the…
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Nova Theatre closed this weekend because of Fair

Body The Nova Theatre in Stockton will be closed this weekend (August 12th, 13th and 14th) so everyone can enjoy the Rooks County Free Fair!. Then head on back to the movies next weekend (August 19th, 20th and 21st) to enjoy the action/adventure movie “DC League of Super Pets,” rated PG, and starring the voices of Keanu Reeves, Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson.
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Officials cut ribbon at Phillipsburg wheat protein plant

PHILLIPSBURG — Gov. Laura Kelly on Tuesday joined Amber Wave, a leader in sustainable agriculture, food ingredients, and low-carbon fuels, to cut the ribbon on a state-of-the-art wheat protein ingredients facility in Phillipsburg that will be the largest wheat protein producer in North America within two years. The company is investing more than $250 million into the facility and is creating more than 60 new jobs as it ramps up to full capacity.
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Bicyclist struck and killed on Kansas highway

NORTON COUNTY —A California man died in an accident just before 8p.m. Monday in Norton County. The Kansas Highway Patrol reported a 1997 Freightliner semi driven by Ronald D. Steelsmith, 41, Phillipsburg, was westbound on U.S. 36 six miles west of Kansas 383 Highway. The semi rear-ended a bicycle...
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