What’s Happening in Pratt

Happy Friday! Customer Service Awards!We often hear about bad service, well it’s time to start rewarding good service! If you have received great customer service please let us know at the Chamber. We would like to start giving a monthly award to a person and their business for great customer...

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Kingman Woman Celebrates $75,000 Win

Ruth Wright was already feeling lucky before she scratched off her $75,000 top prize on a $10 Tiger Pride instant scratch ticket. The first two tickets she scratched were winners as well! “I bought three tickets, and the first one was a $15 win. So I moved on to the...

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Skyline Schools Celebrating their 50th Anniversary

Skyline Schools will be celebrating their 50th Anniversary on Saturday, April 28, 2018. As a community we celebrate the rich history that Skyline continues to create  in our community. In 1963, state legislation mandated the consolidation of schools in the State of Kansas. According to the state mandate, new consolidated districts...

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2018 National Work Zone Awareness Week is April 9-13

Orange Alert: Work Zones are Danger Zones for Workers and Drivers 2018 National Work Zone Awareness Week is April 9-13 Highway construction work zones continue to be a danger zone for motorists and road crews. There was an average of 4.8 work zone crashes every day in Kansas last year...

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Girl Scouts Honors Dedicated Volunteers

2018 Volunteer Awards will be presented on April 7 at annual event WICHITA, Kan. – Forty-six South Central Kansas residents will be recognized at our Annual Meeting and Recognition Breakfast on April 7 with special awards from Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland for their extraordinary service as volunteers. Every day,...

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What’s Happening in Pratt

Customer Service Awards! We often hear about bad service, well it’s time to start rewarding good service! If you have received great customer service please let us know at the Chamber. We would like to start giving a monthly award to a person and their business for great customer service...

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China Retaliation Threatens to Further Harm U.S. Sorghum Farmers

LUBBOCK, Texas — China’s announcement today of a possible future retaliatory 25 percent tariff on imported U.S. sorghum will not help China’s consumers or U.S. farmers, according to National Sorghum Producers.  Such tariffs would mean additional financial burdens on U.S. sorghum farmers, who are already in the midst of cooperating...

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Agape Clinic

On April 7, 2018 The Agape Clinic will open at 8:15 a.m. till 11:00 a.m. The free clinic is for low income and uninsured people of Pratt County.  To see a physician you must be registered by 10:30 a.m. People are asked to bring proof of income and photo I.D. ...

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Gas Prices in Kansas and Nationwide Continue to Rise

At $2.47/gallon, however, Kansas has the 10th cheapest average gas price in the nation. TOPEKA, Kan. – April 2, 2018 – Motorists continue to pay more at the gas pumps this spring, as average prices across Kansas, and America, continue their recent increase. The average price for a gallon of regular...

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