Month: June 2023
It has been over six months since the Keystone Pipeline leaked thousands of barrels of oil in and around Mill Creek northeast of Washington, Kansas.
One of the events the Clay County Independence Day Celebration is bringing back from last year is the battle of the barrel. For those who
The Higher Learning Commission, or the HLC, has officially taken Cloud County Community College off probation effective June 22nd. Cloud was originally placed on probation
Director Brian Peete of the Riley County Police Department spoke about the arrests they made related to the suspected fentanyl overdoses at a press conference.
Kansas residents are gearing up for a spectacular Fourth of July, as a new study reveals that the state is among the top spenders on
Summer is here and with schools out and the heat hitting triple digits, Clay County residents may be facing unexpected financial hardships. For those needing
On the evening of June 28th, counties in the KCLY listening area experienced some severe weather that carried into the following morning. Residents in Republic