More than 800 students were out in full force around the city, helping with projects at more than 50 locations for Community Service Day.
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During the training, officers are challenged with split-second, life-changing decisions.
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Dozens of friends and family members gathered in Russell Thursday night to honor the boy.
Family members invite the public to tonight’s event. It’s their way of celebrating Gabriel’s life.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation said a 14-month-old boy has died.
An active investigation is being conducted by Russell police and the KBI.
Today, a Great Bend kid found out he was finally going to play basketball with Officer Ethan Thomas.
Rice County fire crews are on the scene of a building fire at the Jacam facility.
The USDA gets data by sending surveys out to farmers, but the agency is noticing fewer are responding.
Officials say keeping businesses in the community and attracting new businesses are priorities.
Gov. Sam Brownback officially signed Joey’s Law Friday at a ceremony at the Kansas Statehouse.
The Great Bend Farm & Ranch Expo features over 700 vendors, from 25 states, plus Australia and Canada.
Many vendors at the Great Bend Farm & Ranch Expo hope to help farmers with their new innovations.