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'Tis the season of giving back, too

Dec 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

Dec 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

Nov 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

Nov 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?

Nov 10
While there are many different ideas floating around concerning personnel changes at the Junction City ... click here to read more »
ECB QE question marks cool three-day stocks rally
LONDON (Reuters) - A three-day rally in world share markets started to peter out on Friday as worries emerged that the European Central Bank's money printing plans could come with a number of restrictive strings attached...
Eight children killed in Australia in reported mass stabbing
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Eight children have been killed and a woman who was mother to seven of them was injured in the northern Australian city of Cairns, police said on Friday, in what several media outlets reported was a mass stabbing...
Special Report: Depleted oil field is window into China's corruption crackdown
LIMAU, Indonesia (Reuters) - In a muddy clearing in southern Sumatra, a portable diesel power plant hammers away alongside a wellhead, struggling to extract crude from a depleted reservoir that lies below farmland and rubber plantations...
Washington tries to tackle hackers behind Sony attack
WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES, (Reuters) - Washington made the woes of cyberattack victim Sony Pictures its own on Thursday as the White House acknowledged that the devastating strike against the big Hollywood studio was a matter of national security that would be met by a forceful government response...
For North Korea's cyber army, long-term target may be telecoms, utility grids
SEOUL (Reuters) - The hacking attack on Sony Pictures may have been a practice run for North Korea's elite cyber-army in a long-term goal of being able to cripple telecoms and energy grids in rival nations, defectors from the isolated state said...
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Unemployment shows increase in November

December 19
After months of posting decreases, the unemployment rate in Geary County has gone the other way — up. Statistics released Friday by the Kansas Department of Labor indicate

No reverse here

December 19
CHAPMAN — Austin St. John is fighting an uphill battle, it seems, in trying to convince citizens of Chapman to change angled parking to reverse parking.

Are the good old days of title transfers over?

December 19
A newly-married couple decides to buy a home and begin their life together. Thirty years go by when they decide to sell it. There are no leans against the home, and they’ve
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Unemployment shows increase in November

December 19
After months of posting decreases, the unemployment rate in Geary County has gone the other way — up. Statistics released Friday by the Kansas Department of Labor indicate Geary County’s

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No reverse here

December 19
CHAPMAN — Austin St. John is fighting an uphill battle, it seems, in trying to convince citizens of Chapman to change angled parking to reverse parking.

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Are the good old days of title transfers over?

December 19
A newly-married couple decides to buy a home and begin their life together. Thirty years go by when they decide to sell it. There are no leans against the home, and they’ve paid off their mortgage.

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USD 475 employees complete Professional Leadership academy

December 19
On Dec. 16, the Professional Educational Leadership Academy (PELA) recognized 14 students for successfully completing the requirements of the program.

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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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Blue Jays canít overcome late surge from Hays, fall 69-53


December 18
HAYS — After cruising to a 38-point win over Great Bend Friday, Junction City Blue Jays head basketball coach Pat Battle warned that things might not be as simple against Hays.
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Wamego topples Chapman in league action, 68-38


December 16
CHAPMAN — When North-Central Kansas League foe Wamego traveled to Chapman Tuesday night, no one was expecting Wamego to shoot a staggering 72 percent from behind the three point line.
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Wrestlers finish fourth at Garden City


December 16
The Junction City wrestling team just keeps plugging along, waiting for the chance to prove what they’re really made of. On Saturday, they traveled to Garden City, where they placed fourth out of 12.
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GCH gives back to community

December 19
Geary Community Hospital conducted its 16th annual Operation Care food drive. The drive ran from Nov. 10 through Nov. 14. The hospital then teamed with

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Santa visits Grandview Elementary School

December 18
Santa has been a busy man all year, and December is perhaps his busiest time. He didn't let a little snow keep him from Grandview Elementary School Thursday.

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GCH adopts children for Salvation Army Angel Tree

December 18
Geary Community Hospital adopted 50 children for the 'Salvation Army Angel Tree — Christmas is for Kids' program. A tree with ornaments representing

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