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McPherson Memorial Day Services Announced

The McPherson Area Veterans Committee will be hosting Memorial Day Services, May 30, at various locations. Services will be in-person this year. This year’s speaker will be McPherson Police Chief Mikel Golden.  The first service will be

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Public Meeting to Discuss Elm St. Project

McPherson, Kan. – The City of McPherson Public Works Department is scheduled to reconstruct Elm Street from Earl Street to Allison Street. Part of the project will include storm sewer improvements along Earl from Allison Street to

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Class 4A State Baseball Bracket

Salina, Kan. – Brackets have been released for the Class 4A State Baseball Tournament that will take place at Dean Evans Stadium in Salina. The Bullpups have earned the No. 1 Seed and will open with El

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Little River Baseball team Punches Ticket to State

Salina, Kan. – The Little River, and Canton-Galva/Elyria baseball teams would both reach the Regional Semifinals Thursday, with the chance to reach the Championship, and potentially punch their ticket to the State Tournament. Top-seeded Little River would

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McPherson, thank you for everything

My work here is done. Today is my final day at KBBE-KNGL after nearly 10 years, which followed up on the 33 years I worked at The McPherson Sentinel. That makes it 43 years covering McPherson High,

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Labertew should have been D-III MVP

Thursday’s thoughts… ALL-LEAGUE REFLECTIONS – I was a little surprised on Sunday when the All-AVCTL Division III basketball lists were announced. In a year where McPherson High’s girls were never challenged as they were 10-0 and won

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Royals’ silence speaks volumes

Wednesday’s ramblings… ROYALS EERILY QUIET – Now that the lockout is over, baseball’s Hot Stove has been like an inferno. While American League Central rivals Chicago, Minnesota and Detroit have been wheeling and dealing, not a peep

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Duke to send Coach K out a winner

When in doubt, pick a blue blood. The days of dynasties in college basketball have long past, due greatly to the one-and-done rule. I grew up in the days when it was UCLA and everybody else, much

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