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Mac College student writes a book

The title of her first book, “Nuts & Bolts,” is very fitting for McPherson College student Jackie Gullion. She is a sophomore in the automotive restoration program and getting ready to publish her first collection of poems,

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2 cases of variant virus detected in county

COVID-19 data in McPherson County can be found on the home page of mcphersoncountyks.us, under “McPherson County COVID-19 Dashboard.” This data will continue to be updated Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week. Publi  releases will move to once

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Boil water advisory rescinded by KDHE

TOPEKA – The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has rescinded a boil water advisory for McPherson County Rural Water District No. 1 public water supply system, located in McPherson County. The advisory was issued because of

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Next week’s USD 418 lunch menu

Here is next week’s USD 418 lunch men for April 19-23 MONDAY – Pizza Hut pizza, corn, peaches, Rice Krispy treat and milk TUESDAY – Chicken fried steak sandwich, applesauce, potato wedges, cookie and milk WEDNESDAY –

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Sell on Sports

Transfer talk running rampant

Friday favorites… HUDGINS STAYING LOYAL – When Trevor Hudgins played for Manhattan High in the McPherson Invitational, I thought he was a very good player, but never expected him to become the super nova that he is

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Baseball Bullpups in midst of long break

Thursday’s thoughts… RED-HOT BULLPUPS IDLING – After last Thursday’s baseball split with No. 1-ranked Buhler, which gave the McPherson Bullpups a 7-1 record, a quirk in the schedule has left the team with more than 2 weeks

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Mass exodus continues at KU

Wednesday’s ramblings… TRANSFER PORTAL STRIKES AGAIN – The Kansas Jayhawks have been hit again by the transfer portal, which seems to be the “in” thing to do now in college basketball. This one was rather significant for

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Would Ventura had been a superstar?

Tuesday’s thoughts… WHAT WOULD VENTURA HAVE BECOME? – The Kansas City Royals really haven’t had a defined pitching ace for many years, with perhaps James Shields being the last. We sometimes forget they had a potential star

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