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Jessica Quinhones knew it wasn’t a good sign that her body grew tense each time a customer entered the door of her business, Around the Corner coffee shop. Instead of being able to welcome customers,…

Like any athlete, the members of Quentin Yoho’s team at Allen Community College need to be ready. They need to practice and prepare. They need to keep their grades up. They need to know how…

LAHARPE —While folks are still putting out jack-o’lanterns and other spooky Halloween decor, the LaHarpe PRIDE Committee has its sights set a couple months down the road. PRIDE is teaming up with TLC Garden Center…

WICHITA — Your natural gas bill is going to go up this winter. Natural gas prices run nearly double what they did a year ago and experts predict the increased prices to last at least…

A state agency is defending its blacking out of much of a report commissioned with tax dollars. It says it was accommodating a contractor that argued the redactions were needed to protect trade secrets. The…

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Like other ranchers across the country, Rusty Kemp for years grumbled about rock-bottom prices paid for the cattle he raised in central Nebraska, even as the cost of beef at…

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Inmates with mental health issues are waiting months to get the medication and treatment they need to be deemed competent to assist in their own defense because a state hospital is…

GIRARD, Kan. (AP) — A Crawford County jail inmate has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of another inmate, the Kansas Bureau of Investigation said Monday. Gavin P. Wood, 25, of Arma was…

LOS ANGELES — In a year of both extreme heat and extreme drought, California has reported its driest water year in terms of precipitation in a century, and experts fear the coming 12 months could…

It was a beautiful day for a parade Saturday, as the annual Farm-City Days festival brought a large crowd to downtown Iola. The event also featured a carnival, a concert and other activities.