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The Kansan - Newton, KS
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Rain on Saturday forced the cancellation of the annual Mexican-American Fast Pitch Softball Tournament, but there was still some action in Athletic Park. There was still a car show, and at least one game was attempted in between storms. Kansan photographer Grant Litton grabbed a few photos during the day.

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Prairie View recently announced that Kristal Lang, RN, BSN and Katie Naccarato will be the 2016 recipients of the Justina D. Neufeld Scholarship. As a result, each will receive $350 to put toward education expenses. The Justina D. Neufeld...

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In a discussion regarding the need for more police staff at a recent city budget session, Newton Police Chief Eric Murphy andDeputy Chief Craig Dunlavy mentioned the need for more police officers. According to a Police Report Murphy...

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    1. Meet some bugs “The Bug Lady” will be at the Newton Public Library at 1:30 p.m. July 6.

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First Bank announces promotions First Bank’s management recently announced the promotion of several existing employees to new positions within the bank. Wesley McClellan...

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Football camp slated A football camp will be held July at the 12th Street and Boyd soccer fields for players in grades K through 12. Holding the camp are K-State football players Morgan Burns,...

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By Mark Schnabel Newton Kansan The 68th Newton Mexican-American Athletic Club Men's Fast-Pitch Softball Tournament didn't get much beyond the opening ceremonies because of the wet weekend weather. The tournament has been...

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