Author: Ryan D. Wilson

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After six years of advertising promotions, members of the Clay Center Business Association are seeing growth in their businesses, CCBA president Ginger Walker said at... [Read More]
School redesign is entering the next phase, as teachers of schools will visit schools that have already gone through a redesign process for ideas for... [Read More]
Fourteen veterans gave personal accounts of serving in the military while talking about their experiences with middle-schoolers at CCCMS as part of a school-wide assembly... [Read More]
Recently when it was snowing and blowing, I let the ornery boxer Val and the old dog Chester out in the back yard without putting... [Read More]
On Wednesday, a substitute District Magistrate Judge found sufficient evidence for probable cause to believe that Cassandra Brown had possessed methamphetamine following testimony from a... [Read More]
Let me tell you of the most epic battle for the Great Couch, which occurred just a fortnight ago. [Read More]
Several people pleaded to drug charges and other charges as part of plea deal in Clay County District Court Thursday. [Read More]
Landmark real estate agent Angie Frigon told those at Wednesday's Chamber Coffee her journey to becoming a real estate agent has been an interesting one. [Read More]
For five movies local business owner and entrepreneur Randy Rundle was the person directors called when they couldn't get old cars started on the set. [Read More]
At Tuesday's City Council meeting, council Phil Kasper has announced his resignation, as he has moved out of his ward and can no longer represent... [Read More]
A man appeared in Clay County District Court Monday morning for a first appearance in a case involving the death of a horse. [Read More]
Two professors from the University of Kansas and Kansas State University's geology departments agreed that a rock at the Clay County Museum with a footprint... [Read More]
It took them a few weeks, but I think the dogs finally miss not having Isaac around during the day now that school has started. [Read More]
The dogs were part of the family reunion over the weekend, and, though we had 11 dogs and 27 people there, we were only concerned... [Read More]
A military mom is making sure Garfield grade-schoolers get across US-24, Crawford Street, safely on their way to and from school, and she's inspired others... [Read More]
Ray's Apple Market has come a long way from the first grocery store built by Henry J. Floersch when he homesteaded in a town now... [Read More]
Clay County Medical Center and its foundation had a long tradition of giving, ever since the beginning, Hospital marketing and foundation director Marcia Newell told... [Read More]
Katrina survivor Mina Burkett misses many things about the South, but she doesn't miss the hurricanes. [Read More]
Several people appeared for first appearances in Clay County District Court Monday afternoon. [Read More]
The Uniondale Baptist Church in Sportsman Park will look a whole lot better with repairs a local family is planning to make. [Read More]
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