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The Kansan - Newton, KS
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Newton Commissioners have given the green light to what city staff say are several much-needed roadway and infrastructure improvement projects.Commissioners approved roadway improvements on Boyd Street from First Street to Sharps Drive. Suzanne Loomis, city engineer/director of public works, reported it serves as the entryway to an industrial zone but is barely more than a gravel drive with slurry seal and overlay equaling less than two inches of pavement. The minimal pavement can't...

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Watching a demonstration of the Newton Police Department's K-9 Unit in action is often a highlight of the Citizen's Police Academy, a class that gives community members a peek behind the scenes of the local police department.Citizen's...

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The banners were put up recently, and computers unpacked Thursday afternoon at the Democratic Party Headquarters of Harvey County.There are no "local" candidates for the party to support come November, but there are some state...

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The 2014-15 Prairie Window Concert Series will kick off with a show at Newton's Fox Theatre.The americana vocal trio Red Molly will take the stage at 7 p.m. Aug. 22.The concert will feature two 45 minute sets. Tickets are $20,...

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By Chad FreyNewton KansanThe future of sex offender registries could be in doubt — something that does not sit well with local law enforcement and child advocates."It is...

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A team of nine students and adults from Peabody-Burns High School’s SAAD Chapter joined more than 150 high school students and adult advisors from 15 Kansas counties for the 13th annual Kansas Youth Leadership Summit (KYLS) held at Rock...

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The World Health Organization has officially declared the Ebola virus an international health emergency.

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