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Savor the Flavor: Top 3 Must-Visit Cafes in Council Grove
In this article, we explore three charming cafes in Council Grove. Have you had the pleasure of visiting any of them? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Junction City: A Vibrant and Diverse Neighborhood in Geary County
Welcome to Junction City, a vibrant neighborhood located in Geary County, Kansas. With a population of 23,033, Junction City offers residents a dense suburban feel and a close-knit community. Whether you're a young professional or a family, Junction City has something to offer for everyone. Let's dive into the various aspects of this neighborhood and discover what makes it so special.
Geary County Booking Photos Nov. 29
Recent Booking Activity for the Geary County Detention Center. All persons included in this post are innocent of crimes until proven guilty in a court of law. Bonds have been posted. Photos are unavailable. Michael Cordray, Driving while suspended, arrested 11/28. James Underdue, Failure to appear, arrested 11/28. Filecity Kilmer,...
Discovering Grandview Plaza: A Hidden Gem in Geary County, Kansas
Welcome to Grandview Plaza, a vibrant neighborhood located in Geary County, Kansas. With a population of 1,744, Grandview Plaza offers residents an urban suburban mix feel, making it an ideal place to call home. Whether you're looking to rent or own a home, this neighborhood has something for everyone. Let's explore the various aspects of Grandview Plaza that make it such a unique and desirable place to live.
Large amount of meth found during traffic stop leads to man’s arrest
COUNCIL GROVE, Kan. (WIBW) - A large amount of methamphetamine found during a traffic stop in Council Grove led to an Emporia man’s drug arrest. The Morris Co. Sheriff’s Office and Council Grove Police Department say that just before 10:20 p.m. on Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 23, the Drug Enforcement Unit stopped a vehicle in the 1000 block of E. Main St. in Council Grove for a traffic violation.
Lauren Heller signs with Barton County Community College
USD 475 has announced that Junction City High School J-Stepper Dance Team senior Lauren Heller has signed with Barton Community College. Barton CC is considered one of the top nationally ranked collegiate dance teams in the nation.
City does not plan to suspend rural EMS service on Dec. 5th
Junction City Commissioner Jeff Underhill has released a letter submitted to city and county commissioners concerning the funding disagreement over county payment for their share of EMS service. The City Commission had demanded payment of $802, 556 owed for EMS service by Dec. 5th or they would consider stopping that service to the rural part of the county. The County later paid $447,654. 64.
Geary County Booking Photos Nov. 22-28
Recent Booking Activity for the Geary County Detention Center. All persons included in this post are innocent of crimes until proven guilty in a court of law. Bonds have been posted. Photos are unavailable. Mageal Aniles Hernandez, Driving while license cancelled/suspended/revoked, arrested 11/21. Andy Cordova, Failure to appear, arrested 11/22.
On Nov. 17 on U.S. 36 at Zenith Road Brooke Swango, of Junction City, was issued a Citation for Speeding. On Nov. 20 in the 300 block of Parkview Dr. Linn, Robert William Eichenberger, of Morganville, was arrested on pending charges of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; No Driver’s license; No Liability Insurance and No Registration. Eichenberger posted $1,000 bond and was released. On Nov. 20…
Remember Me Tree will be held in Herington
Hospice of Dickinson County is sponsoring its annual “Remember Me Tree,” to honor the memory of loved ones during the holiday season. The tree will be on display through the end of December, and can be found in the Home Health and Hospice office, 11 N. Broadway, Herington.
Rain, sleet and snow mix is possible
The National Weather Service said a wintry mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow is possible late Thursday night and into Friday morning. Areas along and north of a line from Herington to Holton stand a better chance of seeing a wintry mix. At this point, snow accumulations are forecast...
Kansas man has been charged with assault with a deadly weapon at Fort Riley
(TOPEKA, Ks.) The United States Department of Justice announced on Monday, November 27, 2023 that a Kansas man had been charged with assault following an incident that occurred at Fort Riley in Junction City, Kansas. Court documents show that Jordan Thompson, 24, from Galena has been charged with two counts...
Why Milford Township Could Be Your Next Dream Neighborhood
Welcome to Milford Township, a charming neighborhood located in Geary County, Kansas. With a population of 2,000, Milford Township offers residents a suburban rural mix feel, providing a peaceful and friendly environment. Most residents in Milford Township own their homes, and the neighborhood is known for its conservative values. The public schools in Milford Township are above average, making it an ideal place for families to settle down and raise their children.
2023-24 Preseason Profile: Wabaunsee Boys Basketball
After closing out another impressive 14-7 season, the Wabaunsee boys basketball team will look to restock after graduating a ton of talent over the offseason. Christian Ulsaker returns to lead the Chargers, entering his fifth year at the helm with an overall record of 54-38. Zach Frank will be the...
Opera House Education Building project moving forward
Phase one of the Education Building project at 131 West 7th Street for the C.L. Hoover Opera House is nearing completion. Opera House Co-Director Joe Markley said the building will be ready for the public to view at the end of December. This project was prompted by the expanding youth...
The Santa Fe Trail: Pioneering Pathways of American Expansion
The Santa Fe Trail, a historic trade route originating in 1821, carved a path from Missouri to Santa Fe, New Mexico, becoming a linchpin in America's westward expansion. Burdick, Kansas, although not directly on the trail, owes its establishment to its proximity to the trail, signifying the influence of this commercial artery in the genesis of American frontier towns. The trail's heavy use until the advent of the railroad in Santa Fe in 1880 highlights its role in pivotal historical events such as the Mexican-American War and the California Gold Rush.
Noon Kiwanis supports Angel Tree
JC Noon Kiwanis has donated $500.00 to Angel Tree of Geary County. Angel Tree is a ministry of Salvation Army but relies on volunteer help and donations from the community. It receives no funding from the Salvation Army. Angel Tree provides toys, clothing, gift cards and food during the holiday...
JCHS boys and girls basketball is set to begin the 2023-24 campaign
Junction City Blue Jay and Lady Jay basketball tips off their seasons Friday night at Great Bend. The girls game broadcast begins at 5:45 p.m. followed by the boys game. Anthony Gorges will provide the play by play call on 107.9 FM / 1420 KJCK.
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Dogs Of junction city, KS Need You!
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of junction city..
JC Breakfast Optimist Club Learned About Community Health Support
Shannon Rosauer, Marketing Communications Coordinator; Lindey Martinez and Jasmine Hammond, Community Health Workers; and Tonette Hammond, Supervisor from the Konza Prairie Community Health Center shared information with JC Breakfast Optimist Club members at the club’s Celebration of Optimism. The meeting was held November 29 at the Hampton Inn on South Washington Street in Junction City.