Thanksgiving is a time when people gather together to spend time with their loved ones, reflect on their blessings, and above all, eat. There is a particular tradition in Junction City of a free Thanksgiving ...click to read more»
James Butler, the latest Eagle Scout from Troop 41, was recognized by the U.S. Army Recruiting Command with a plaque and letter for achieving the highest rank in Boy Scouts, the Eagle Scout rank. ...click to read more»
High school students from St. Xavier Catholic School in Junction City attended their annual Spiritual Retreat on Nov. 20. After Mass and Adoration, the students walked to the Knights of Columbus Hall, ...click to read more»
The 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley are never without thanks. While so many civilians are thankful for the troops who defend our nation, it’s easy to see but hard to measure just how thankful ...click to read more»
November 25 Depression, anxiety or addiction can make it difficult to make it through the day. Sometimes, people with these problems ask a professional to help them manage or overcome their challenges.
November 25 Geary County Public Works is advising that the low-water crossing on Zumbrunn Road is closed due to damage to the crossing. A hole was found in the crossing, according to Geary County Emergency Management
November 25 TOPEKA — A Junction City man has been sentenced to life in federal prison for trafficking cocaine in Junction City and Manhattan. Another defendant in the case was sentenced to more than 21 years