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The McPherson County Conservation District Annual Meeting will be held Tuesday, February 2nd, at 9:00am at the McPherson County 4-H Building, 710 W Woodside St., McPherson, Kansas. Kansas Statute requires that conservation districts have annual meetings where supervisors are elected, a program of activity is presented, and a financial report is given. This will be a brief essential business only meeting due to Covid-19, there will be no dinner or entertainment. Covid-19 restrictions such as social distancing and masks will be required. The board of supervisors will be at the 4-H Building to answer any questions you may have, distribute
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TOPEKA, Kan. – The KSHSAA Board of Directors met Wednesday at the request of the KSHSAA Executive Board to discuss spectator limits for the winter activity season. During the meeting the following action took place: Motion by M. Kastle, seconded by B. Sutherlin to implement the following rule change for member schools during the 2020-21 school year only: Beginning January 29 until the end of winter activities regular season this school year, a maximum of four spectators per participant will be permitted to attend with appropriate social distancing required. Local school districts may choose to have stricter limitations based on seating
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January 21, 2021

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Sophia Herrera, of McPherson, showcased her talent among some of the best softball players in the country last week. She was selected to pitch for the Softball Factory Preseason All-American Tournament in Houston, Texas. Herrera was coached by Olympic gold medalist Jennie Finch and Katiyana Mauga, who holds the NCAA record for 20 homeruns in each of her 4 seasons as a player. Sophia Herrera and Jennie Finch Softball Factory is an organization that provides instruction, college planning and guidance to players nationwide. The organization has programs for players, parents, high school coaches and college coaches that provide training and
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TOPEKA, Kan – The Kansas State High School Activities Association is pleased to announce that Gary Harmon, longtime debate and speech coach has been selected for the 2020-21 NFHS “Outstanding Speech/Debate/Theatre Educator Award” and Susan Laushman, Pittsburg High School Choir Director for the past 16 years, has been selected as the 2020-21 NFHS “Outstanding Music Educator Award” recipient. NFHS Outstanding Speech/Debate/Theatre Educator Award – Gary Harmon Nominations for the NFHS Outstanding Speech/Debate/Theatre Educator Award are solicited from the NFHS’s state contacts. All new nominations, plus selected past recipients, are considered for State, Sectional or Citation awards.  When reviewing the nominations, the NFHS
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January 20, 2021

Mid America Classic Bracket

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For the full 2021 bracket CLICK HERE!
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January 20, 2021

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January 19, 2021

Obituary: George Dick Hess

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George Dick Hess, 92, of McPherson, KS, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 16, 2021, at McPherson Hospital. Dick was an oil producer and retired president of Hess Oil Co., McPherson. Dick was born December 19, 1928, in Blackwell, OK, the son of George Reiser and Evaline (Farrah) Hess.  Dick grew up in the oil fields of McPherson County, working alongside his parents at their country store between Canton and Galva.  As his father gradually shifted his focus from the store to oil production, Dick learned the business that would eventually become his own livelihood. Dick graduated from McPherson High
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January 19, 2021

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