The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism hasn’t raised hunting and fishing licensing fees since 2003.
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The pheasant and quail population is going up thanks to all the rain this year.
Interfaith Housing has received a grant from the Kansas Housing Resources Corporation to build two new rental homes.
Blue-green algae was found on top of the Pratt kid’s fishing pond early last week.
Low oil and gas valuations have hit Barton County hard. Barton County is the third largest oil and gas producing county in the state.
The Hoisington school district is working hard on defending their case to the state.
St. Rose Health Center is adding a patient portal to better serve it’s patients in rural Kansas.
The Barton County Sheriff’s Department along with the Great Bend Police Department and K.B.I. trained their swat teams today. It’s part of t…
The Hoisington school district has submitted two applications for emergency state aid.
The Hutchinson Correctional Facility has shut down it’s much loved service dog training program.
Great Bend has 42 new teachers this year and half of them have previous experience.
The Great Bend Recreation Commission is building a playground next to it’s Recreation Building called the My Backyard Playground.
The tunnels under the hotel are open again after being refurbished.
The 20th Judicial District Juvenile Services in Great Bend had five percent of their budget cut in the last round of the 62 million dollar s…
Last month, the Family Crisis Center lost a $70,000 grant for their women’s shelter.