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McPhersonSentinel - McPherson, KS
Updated at 9:40 AM

On Friday, Deputy Secretary Krysta Harden announced over $9 million in grant funds will soon be available for outreach and technical assistance to minority and veteran farmers and ranchers. This funding will enable community-based organizations, eligible higher education institutions and tribal organizations to work directly with these groups to successfully acquire, own and operate farms and ranches and to access all USDA programs and services. These funds are being provided...

Updated at 9:37 AM

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Updated at 9:30 AM

Moundridge School District may say good-bye to its middle school principal at the end of the school year.

Updated at 9:27 AM

The traveling “Climate & Energy Central” exhibit will be open to the public Thursday at the McPherson Museum.

Updated at 9:26 AM

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Updated at 9:25 AM

Barry Flinchbaugh, retired K-State Extension State Leader, spoke to McPherson-area residents about what to expect from the federal government regarding agriculture policy during the annual McPherson Chamber of Commerce farm forum.

Updated at 9:23 AM

The Friends of the Lindsborg Library are working to add materials to the Lindsborg Community Library’s collection through a fundraiser called Book Blitz.

Updated at 9:22 AM

A man was arrested Sunday morning after threatening another man with a pocketknife.At around 2 a.m. Sunday, a 33-year-old McPherson man said he got into an argument with Tyrone Robert Denny, 31, of McPherson, and that Denny briefly...

Updated at 9:22 AM

A man was taken to McPherson Hospital Friday after a head-on collision.At 5 p.m. Friday, Jeffrey Morrell, 41, of Evansville, Indiana, was traveling north on 14th Avenue when he had a medical issue. His vehicle crossed the center...

Updated at 9:20 AM

Students design video games as part of McPherson Middle School clubComing Thursday

Updated at 9:15 AM

Throughout the month of January, patrons of the public library had the opportunity to place their vote to determine the future arrangement of our fiction collection.

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