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JETMORE, Kan. (KWCH) - Some in the Hodgeman County town of Jetmore are frustrated with water they say smells like rotten eggs. It’s a situation that isn’t new, but is one in which the city is looking to permanently fix. Jetmore City Administrator Michael Ort said the smell...
After a cooler start to the work week, the National Weather Service in Dodge City said intense heat will return by the weekend. A high of 87 was projected Monday — 20 degrees cooler than the high of 107 recorded Sunday. Highs of 92 Tuesday and 94 Wednesday are...
Janice Marie Bradshaw, 63 died Sunday, July 31, 2022 at Presbyterian Manor of the Plains, Dodge City. She was born on October 16, 1958 at Dodge City, Kansas the daughter of Paul and Florene (Smith) Bradshaw. She lived in Dodge City the past 2 years moving from Ulysses, Kansas. She worked as a sales associate for AT&T.
A witness said it never happened. The story goes that Wyatt Earp and Clay Allison had a face off in Dodge City in 1878. But it’s not true. Allison did come to Dodge, demanding that law enforcement be a little nicer to Texas cowboys. He and a group of about 20 men looked ready to take action to enforce their demands. But saloon owner Chalk Beeson (photo) and cattleman Dick McNulty headed them off and convinced them to give up their guns. The cowboys soon left. Wyatt wasn’t part of the event.
TOPEKA, Kansas — The Dodge City Police Department struggles to keep officers. Stress, in an era where police complain they’ve become pariahs, only makes it harder to hire and keep officers on patrol. All that turnover means more work for the officers that remain, which could bring on...
The Mullinville Community Foundation has made great strides in restoring the local high school building and upgrading their Community Building, all of which were badly damaged in storms last year. “After receiving the Patterson Family Foundation grant last year, the Foundation partnered with the Mullinville Recreation Commission to solicit bids...