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Hartford's St. Mary's Church had a visitor Saturday --  Kansas City Archbishop Joseph Naumann. Accompanied by Didde Catholic Campus Center's Father Ray May, they blessed St. Mary's new parish hall.

Tuesday's Flint Hills Community Health Center - Lyon County Health Department board of directors meeting mostly consisted of general housekeeping items.

The biggest item on the agenda was the approval to purchase of new phone and computer systems for their new satellite location in Eureka.

Changes to the phone system for the Lyon County Sheriff's Office are now in effect.

On KVOE's Newsmaker segment Friday, Sheriff Jeff Cope said the addition of a phone tree will make life easier for dispatchers -- and let callers get the help they need immediately if they have an urgent situation.

Two Kansas Republicans are facing some potential trouble heading into November's general election.

The U.S. Postal Service has officially told residents of Reading that it has approved a new post office, and they're looking for 700 square-feet of space to accomodate it.

City and county governments in Kansas will be dealing with a property tax lid earlier than first projected.

The world of broadcast journalism is still reeling from the on-air murders of two TV reporters in rural Virginia earlier this week.

The Emporia Area Association of Realtors has merged with two other realtor boards covering northeast Kansas.

The USD 284 Facilities Committee met last evening in Cottonwood Falls to discuss the next step in moving toward finalizing plans to renovate their schools.

Lyon County commissioners had a short action meeting Thursday.

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