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The Kansan - Newton, KS
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Early during the April 27 Harvey County Commissioners meeting, commissioners were presented two notable pieces of information by county administrator John Waltner.The first was the 14-page Demographic & Taxation Report 2014-15 from the Kansas Association Counties. The report showed a population of 34,741 for Harvey County, which ranked 16th highest in Kansas in 2014. The county ranked 94th out of 105 in per capita valuation at $7,808, 99th in per capita mill levies at $283 and...

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  GOESSEL — More than a hundred ordinary, well-loved, well-used or even new aprons will be featured during the “Aprons: Plenty of Personality” exhibit May 5...

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SALINA — Berean Academy Students recently competed at the State Solo/Small Ensemble Contestat Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina.Musicians from Berean earned 14 I ratings, the top rating given at the contest. Results...

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Newman honors studentsWICHITA — Newman University honored student scholars and leaders for their outstanding academic achievements and accomplishments at the 2014 Academic Honors and Awards Convocation, held April 22 on the Newman...

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For the second straight year riders are getting set to pedal their way around the Newton area as part of the 2015 Chisholm Trail Bike Ride.The ride kicks off 8 a.m. May 2, and will begin and end at Athletic Park at the intersection of...

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Reader question: We own 75 units in 20 buildings. My husband has a good day job, and I manage the apartments. It is not easy work. We have had tenants occasionally complain, but we have shrugged it off as sour grapes, or It goes with the turf....

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The Newton City Commission has moved forward with plans to relocate and expand police department facilities.During its Tuesday (April 28) meeting the commission approved a committee's recommendation to purchase land for $475,000. The...

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Nearly 1,000 people have signed an online petition in favor of lowering utility water, sewer and trash bills in Newton.In a work session preceding the Tuesday (April 28) Newton City Commission meeting, assistant city manager and...

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Wildcat softballclaims winsMOUNDRIDGE — The Moundridge High School softball team claimed a pair of wins Tuesday over Sedgwick in HOAL play in Moundridge.Moundridge won 8-1 and...

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Newton fallsto DerbyThe Newton High School baseball team dropped a pair of games to Derby Friday in Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League Division I play at Klein-Scott Field.Newton fell 7-4 and...

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