AAA Kansas Warns of Driving Dangers on ‘Drinksgiving’

Thanksgiving Eve is big party night for students, others home for the holiday The day of frenzied shopping that follows Thanksgiving is commonly referred to as Black Friday. But, in recent years, some have started referring to the night before Thanksgiving as ‘Blackout Wednesday’ or ‘Drinksgiving’ because of the heavy...

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Foreign Landowners Must Report Holding

Lori Kreutzer, County Executive Director of the Pratt and Barber County Farm Service Agency, today reminded foreign investors who buy, sell or hold a direct or indirect interest in agricultural lands in the United States that they are required under the Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act to report their holdings...

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National Sorghum Producers Partners with USDA to Quantify Sorghum Sustainability in Key Ethanol Production Region

National Sorghum Producers today announced a partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service in Kansas. The partnership will be executed through a conservation collaboration grant that will document sorghum farmer practices to promote positive conservation outcomes and quantify the environmental footprint of the crop. “Sorghum farmers...

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Glen Campbell Museum & Rhinestone Stage

Downtown Nashville continues to buzz as the Glen Campbell Museum and Rhinestone Stage begins to take shape with load-ins and construction daily. The newest addition to the downtown skyline is scheduled to open in early 2020. Photos give a sneak peek to the build-out of the museum which will honor...

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KBI announces SAKI findings, launches public awareness campaign

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) on Thursday announced findings and recommendations resulting from a five-year collaborative effort to identify, inventory, and test previously unsubmitted sexual assault kits in Kansas. Achievements of the Kansas Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (SAKI) were detailed, and a new statewide public awareness campaign to confront...

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KBI reveals new missing persons website

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) revealed a new website aimed at increasing the public’s involvement with Kansas missing persons cases. The new missing persons website can be viewed at www.kbi.ks.gov/missingpersons. Unlike several national or non-profit missing person sites, the search tool is specific to missing person cases that originated in Kansas....

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