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Cluster confirmed at Hesston’s AGCO facility

HESSTON — The Harvey County Health Department, in conjunction with AGCO Corporation, has confirmed a cluster of COVID-19 cases at the AGCO facility in Hesston. The cluster includes 14 employees positive for COVID-19. These individuals are isolating

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Inman City Council gathering Monday

INMAN – The Inman City Council is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Monday at the City Office, 104 N. Main. Here is the agenda: Flag Salute Call Meeting to Order Public Input Additions to Agenda Approve

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Inman USD 448 to meet Monday

INMAN – The Inman USD 448 school board will meet at 6 p.m. Monday in the Inman High School Library. Here is the agenda: Call to Order Approve Agenda Approval of Minutes Communications/Recognitions 4.1 Patron Comments 4.2

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Royals developing a winning culture

Friday’s thoughts… ROYALS ROLLING – It’s often said spring training success doesn’t really matter since everybody begins the regular season 0-0. But for the Royals, who are rolling with a 4-1 record this spring, I believe wins

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Baseball Bulldogs making a lot of noise

Thursday’s thoughts… BASHING BULLDOGS — It was a bit of a head-scratcher during the preseason when McPherson College’s Bulldogs were picked to finish in fourth place in the KCAC Preseason Baseball Poll. The Bulldogs were 18-7 at

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MHS cagers one win away from making state

So here we are, a familiar place McPherson High’s basketball teams have been oh so many times before in their storied history. The Bullpup teams are one victory away from making the state tournament. But the challenges

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Robertson’s amazing FT streak ends

Tuesday’s thoughts… ROBERTSON’S STREAK ENDS – Lloyd Noble Arena in Norman, Okla., let out a collective gasp on Monday night when McPherson’s Taylor Robertson missed a free throw late in the Oklahoma Sooners’ 88-79 win over Texas

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