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New hires should be made quickly, efficiently With a timetable now established for when Junction City officials plan to interview and select a new permanent city manager, city officials should keep in ...more»

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Last week, several of us at The Daily Union had the opportunity to attend the Montgomery Family Symposium at the University of Kansas, an annual event that provides additional learning opportunities for ...more»

Time to hang up the phone while on road

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Junction City now will start enforcing its new ordinance on using handheld devices while driving, and it’s something motorists in Junction City and Geary County should stay ahead of the game to ...more»
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October 31

Junction City Police Department The Junction City Police Department responded to 79 calls and made three arrests in the 24—hour period ending 7 a.m. Friday.

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October 30

Junction City Police Department The Junction City Police responded to 94 calls and made six arrests in the 24—hour period ending 7 a.m. Thursday. Wednesday · 11:44 a.

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October 29

Junction City Police Department The Junction City Police Department 49 calls and made five arrests in the 24—hour period ending 7 a.m. Wednesday. Tuesday · 9:24 a.

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Trick-or-treat so others may eat

As children across the country donned Halloween costumes, going door-to-door asking for candy, Sheridan Elementary School is teaching children to think of others as well.
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Historical society explores early law enforcement

October 31
The Geary County Historical Society in Junction City will host "Kansas Anti-Horse Thief Societies," a presentation and discussion by John K. Burchill, at 7:15 p.
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B&B Theatres opening Nov. 6

October 31
B&B Theatres new Junction City Gem soon will celebrate its grand opening. To ring in the reopening of the theatre, there will be free popcorn with every ticket purchased to a film at the special event
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All Treats in the streets

October 30
Where can you find Batman, Mario and Luigi, and Spiderman hanging out with a hotdog? Washington Street, naturally. Junction City’s youth proudly marched down Washington Street in their spookiest,
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A chance at more money

October 30
More money soon could be on the way for Geary Community Hospital — nearly $700,000. Out of an estimated 1,200 hospitals, only 100 were able to reach part two of Meaningful Use, a national program
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Chapman's upcoming musical

October 28
CHAPMAN — What does the French Riviera have in common with Chapman?
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Leasing, not selling, after all

October 28
When it comes to the former Jupiter building, Junction City Commissioners said they have the best interest of taxpayers in mind. During a special City Commission session Monday evening, they decided
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Fort Riley in the news

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Oct 31, 2014

Soldiers, local leaders attend AUSA conference

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Former and current 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley soldiers gathered with ...Full Story»
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Oct 31, 2014

'Durable' soldiers break bread with veterans

McFARLAND — Several Fort Riley soldiers got the opportunity to connect with local veterans and ...Full Story»
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Oct 27, 2014

Fort Riley participates in K-State Homecoming Parade

Soldiers of the 1st Infantry Division supported their community partners at Kansas State University ...Full Story»
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Oct 23, 2014

Fort Riley to host ghost tours

FORT RILEY — The Historical and Archaeological Society of Fort Riley will conduct their annual ...Full Story»
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Oct 21, 2014

2nd Battalion, 70th Armor Regiment reactivates

2nd ABCT Public Affairs FORT RILEY — Six years after deactivating, one of the Army’s most ...Full Story»
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Ebola vs. flu — what's the difference?

November 01
With flu season in full effect and the threat of Ebola knocking on the United States’ door, many are wondering just how contagious are the diseases? According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), during a 30-year period between 1976 and 2006, estimates of flu-associated deaths in the United ...Full Story»
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Trick-or-treat so others may eat

November 01
As children across the country donned Halloween costumes, going door-to-door asking for candy, Sheridan Elementary School is teaching children to think of others as well....Full Story»
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Peace walk to be held in memory of Walker

October 31
A community peace walk in memory of the late Lorraine Walker, former principal of Washington Elementary School, will be held from 9 a.m. to noon, Nov....Full Story»
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GCH recognized for patient safety

October 31
Geary Community Hospital has been recognized by the Kansas Healthcare Collaborative for its successful completion of a patient safety initiative. GCH was among a group of 23 Kansas hospitals that collectively achieved an 84....Full Story»
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B&B Theatres opening Nov. 6

October 31
B&B Theatres new Junction City Gem soon will celebrate its grand opening. To ring in the reopening of the theatre, there will be free popcorn with every ticket purchased to a film at the special event on Nov....Full Story»
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Minors allegedly responsible for hiding guns

October 31
Two male minors are responsible for allegedly hiding guns discovered behind the KJCK Radio Station in Junction City. The two boys, both 15, placed the guns under a broken tree as one of the boys didn’t want his parents to confiscate them....Full Story»
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