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The snow hasn't started flying yet, but it will. And the National Weather Service wants you to be prepared when it happens.

Our world's climate was the subject of the Newsmaker II segment Tuesday.

We are in the thick of winter, but the National Weather Service is already planning for the 2015 severe weather season.

Local residents got a first hand dose of severe weather know-how Tuesday night from the National Weather Service.

More honors are coming for the Flint Hills chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation.

The chapter won the Kansas Wildlife Federation's conservation organization award. Director Gib Rhodes says it's a testament to the group's hard work.

Newman Regional Health is announcing two significant promotions.

The location is finalizing in the next few days as the United Way of the Flint Hills prepares to formally kick off the general fundraising campaign.

The dollar cap is in place and the election date is set as USD 251 North Lyon County looks ahead to a vote on a new K-12 education complex.

New Year's Eve means a lot of reveling late in the evening through early in the morning. Police Chief Scott Cronk says that revelry actually can extend past sunrise when it comes to drunk driving.

Lyon County officials are watching the mid-range weather forecast with the county still getting cleaned up from two rounds of flooding last month and the prospect of anywhere from two to eight inches of more rain between Thursday and Tuesday.

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