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One-time Coffey County Attorney Doug Witteman officially becomes a judge for the Fourth Judicial District on Friday.

Wolf Creek has told the Kansas Corporation Commission it could cost as much as $1 billion to deactivate the plant when its useful life ends in 30 years.

To celebrate 30 years in the energy business, Wolf Creek held an anniversary party Thursday.

Wolf Creek is close to restarting the plant, according to spokesperson Cassie Bailey.

Wolf Creek continues work on two major projects.

One of those is the emergency planning facility at BETO Junction. Spokesperson Cassie Bailey says the foundation should be poured soon.

Wolf Creek officials say repairs made to a generator room cabinet following a fire Monday were successful.

On Wednesday, a special two-day exercise ends at Wolf Creek.

Plant officials have been working with representatives of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, state and Coffey County to test the abilities of all involved to protect the health and safety of those in or living near the plant.

Wolf Creek investigators have found the apparent location of a fire Monday that caused a short evacuation of non-essential personnel.

The Emporia Municipal Golf Course was a bit soggy for the annual Wolf Creek golf tournament benefiting United Way of the Flint Hills Friday.

Wolf Creek is nearing their mid-cycle outage, rescheduled for this month.

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