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MAC breakfast features presentation on Society of the First Infantry Division

FORT RILEY — When Ret. Command Sgt. Maj. Buddy Wallace was in the Army, he remembers he often said "no" more than he said "yes." Ever since joining the Society of the First Infantry Division, though,
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Tours to connect citizens with Geary County's past

A full range of activities slated for Saturday and Sunday makes this weekend the ideal time to visit the Geary County Historical Society Museum and any of their several off-site buildings during their
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Historical society opens doors for trip back in time

The Geary County Historical Society wants the public to know the ins and outs of how an item is brought into the museum. Its White Glove Tour Wednesday offered the public a glimpse at the details of what
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City Engineering Assistant retiring after 30 years

After 30 years of drawing maps, maintaining street signs, updating databases and assisting residents with permits, Engineering Assistant Clarence Mahieu is calling it quits.
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Fitch Solutions: Sentiment Improves for Vivendi as CDS Tighten 29%
(The following statement was released by the rating agency)NEW YORK, April 24 (Fitch) A series of recent asset disposals isimproving credit default swap (CDS) spread movement for Vivendi SA,according to Fitch Solutions in its latest CDS case study...
Apple's China success sets stage for iPhone 6, new products
(Reuters) - Strong sales of iPhones in China and emerging markets sets the stage for Apple Inc to reap even higher profits after it launches the next iPhone and other new products, analysts said...
UPDATE 1-NY Times reports ad revenue rise, ending years of drought
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Big tech companies offer millions after Heartbleed crisis
BOSTON (Reuters) - The world's biggest technology companies are donating millions of dollars to fund improvements in open source programs like OpenSSL, the software whose "Heartbleed" bug has sent the computer industry into turmoil...
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MAC breakfast features presentation on Society of the First Infantry Division

FORT RILEY — When Ret. Command Sgt. Maj. Buddy Wallace was in the Army, he remembers he often said "no" more than he said "yes." Ever since joining the Society of the First Infantry Division, though, everything has changed....Full Story»
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Brown Bag concerts set to bring Heritage Park to life

Maintaining a long-standing tradition, the Junction City Arts Council will host Brown Bag concerts in May at Heritage Park. These concerts provide an opportunity for the young musicians at local schools to showcase their talents in free concerts for the community and their peers....Full Story»
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Fort Riley soldier pleads guilty to making false statements to Social Security Administration

KANSAS CITY — A Fort Riley man has pleaded guilty to making false material statements to the Social Security Administration, the U.S. Attorney's Office said Wednesday....Full Story»

Smith resigning as city manager, placed on administrative leave

Just two weeks after presenting his State of the City address, Gerald Smith has submitted his letter of resignation as Junction City Manager. ...Full Story»
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Rates on the rise?

Water and wastewater customers in Junction City could see increases in their bills as early as July....Full Story»
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Fort Riley Spouse of the Year up for national award

Reda Hicks has got your six, Army spouses. As the Fort Riley Spouse of the Year, she knows all about getting things squared away, being Army strong and how Army families keep the Army rolling along....Full Story»
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