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'Tis the season of giving back, too

December 15
Christmas is the season of giving, and we at the Daily Union are no exception. We choose to extend the ... click here to read more »

From the editor's desk: Help us give back

December 06
Once again, here at The Daily Union, we are embarking on a project to help local struggling families ... click here to read more »

From the Editor's Desk: Salt is good

November 19
If there’s one thing I enjoy doing when I’m not writing (and trust me, I write quite a bit), ... click here to read more »

Our view: Next Opera House director needs to keep things lively

November 15
Junction City soon will be on the hunt for a new Opera House executive director, and that person will ... click here to read more »

Our view: Too many cooks in the kitchen?

November 10
While there are many different ideas floating around concerning personnel changes at the Junction City ... click here to read more »
China police fire on Tibetans after self-immolations: rights group
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese police have fired on Tibetan protesters demonstrating after a series of deadly self-immolations by people from Tibet campaigning against Chinese rule of their Himalayan region, a rights group said on Friday...
Google weighed security, free speech in move to stream Sony film
(Reuters) - Google Inc said on Wednesday it weighed the security implications of screening the Sony Pictures film, "The Interview," a comedy whose depiction of the assassination of North Korea's leader was blamed for a massive cyberattack...
Russia says Kiev's move to join NATO dangerous for Europe
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Ukraine's pursuit of NATO membership posed a danger to European security and that the West was using Kiev's bid to join the Atlantic alliance as a way to fuel confrontation between Russia and Ukraine...
Japan inflation slows and output slips, keep BOJ under pressure
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese annual core consumer inflation slowed for a fourth straight month in November due largely to sliding oil prices, highlighting the challenges the central bank faces in achieving its 2 percent inflation target...
Former President George H.W. Bush spends Christmas in hospital
(Reuters) - Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush remained hospitalized on Thursday near his home in Houston after experiencing shortness of breath this week, and was in "great spirits," his spokesman said...
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Hubener would be the perfect swan’s song for Snyder’s career

December 26
It’s time to think about the future in Manhattan. In six days, Kansas State will play UCLA in the Alamo Bowl to close out the 2014 football season. The game will mark the

Daily record for Dec. 26, 2014

December 26
Junction City Police Department The Junction City Police Department responded to 125 calls and made 14 arrests in the 72-hour period ending 7 a.m. Friday.

JCLT presenting 'The Trip to Bountiful'

December 23
The Junction City Little Theatre will be presenting "The Trip to Bountiful" Feb. 12 through Feb. 14 in Junction City. The tale tells the story of Carrie Watts, an elderly woman
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JCLT presenting 'The Trip to Bountiful'

December 23
The Junction City Little Theatre will be presenting "The Trip to Bountiful" Feb. 12 through Feb. 14 in Junction City. The tale tells the story of Carrie Watts, an elderly woman who must live with a difficult

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Garbage pickup schedule changes for holidays

December 23
There will not be any garbage pickup in Junction City Wednesday and Thursday due to the Christmas holiday. Garbage pickup will resume Friday and Saturday.

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KDHE, CDC investigate new virus

December 23
TOPEKA — The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) is working closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to investigate a new virus linked to the death of a Kansas

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Manhattan named 12th best college town in nation

December 22
MANHATTAN — Manhattan has been named the 12th-best college city in America, according to WalletHub. The site, which aims to help consumers and small business owners make better financial decision

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Hubener would be the perfect swan’s song for Snyder’s career


December 26
It’s time to think about the future in Manhattan. In six days, Kansas State will play UCLA in the Alamo Bowl to close out the 2014 football season. The game will mark the final start for Jake Waters, a successful — and underrated — signal caller.
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St. X Alumni Game about so much more than sports


December 22
When I first came to St. Xavier School to interview organizers of the Alumni Game, I had no idea what I was coming into. I had been invited by Dan Zoeller, a 2004 graduate of the school and man of exceeding tenacity, who led me to believe the game was a celebration of the history of athletics at St.
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Chiefs playoff hopes dim in 20-12 loss to Steelers


December 21
PITTSBURGH — Andy Reid refused to take the easy path. His aggressive decision made Kansas City’s fading road to the postseason decidedly more difficult.
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Lady Jays put up fight, fall to Hays, 54-43


December 18
HAYS — Their best post player was out with an injury, and one of their two stars had four fouls with slightly more than three minutes left in the first half, but the Junction City Lady Jays still managed to put up a fight with Hays, losing 54-43 Tuesday night.
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A Christmas Wish

December 26
A father’s love, as only it can, shines through Dale Munk’s soft, sad eyes. Although trying to remain upbeat, the Junction City man fights

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JC Naz helping out

December 26
UPDATED During the holidays, many churches and organizations lend a helping hand to those in the community who may be in need. The Junction City Church
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Chapman students experience nature

December 22
CHAPMAN — Students at Chapman Middle School were provided their second special assembly of the year on Dec. 2. Biologist Alisha Thomas travels
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