Marion newspaper publisher files lawsuit over police raid

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A fourth federal lawsuit has been filed over last year’s police raid on the Marion County Record newspaper. The lawsuit was filed by Record publisher and editor Eric Meyer.   It contends that local officials violated Meyer’s constitutional

KHP reports speeding ticket for 150 mph

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The Kansas Highway Patrol continues to report problems with speeding, and one motorist in south central Kansas was recently ticketed for going 150 miles an hour. KHP trooper Chad Crittenden posted a portion of a ticket on

Dam Jam music event secures new location

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Organizers of the Dam Jam music festival have announced a new location for this year’s event. The festival, which is known as the biggest lake party in Kansas, announced Monday that it will take place at 1744

Storms leave damage in northern Oklahoma

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Damage cleanup is underway after severe storms moved through parts of northern and northeastern Oklahoma. Authorities in Osage County say houses and other buildings were damaged after a possible tornado moved through Barnsdall Monday evening. No injuries