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Tuesday, November 29, 2016
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Lighted Horse Parade gets the Christmas season started in Barnes   The annual Barnes Lighted Horse Parade, which was canceled last year because of icy weather, drew a huge crowd this year for its soup supper, shopping, musical entertainment and parade. The Hometown Cafe... + continue reading
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Seven visits announced during month of December   Santa Claus will be making his way around Washington County during the month of December. Different community organizations have organized festivities around Santa’s arrival. Following are the... + continue reading
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Lutheran youth gather 40 years later to reminisce about traveling ministry   BY LESLIE MANNING   “I love my dad so much,” said Brenda Bullock. “It’s kind of hard to watch him get older. I wanted to give him this... + continue reading
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Pancake feed, open houses, Hospice tree lighting and Festival of Trees also set for Saturday   BY LESLIE MANNING   Washington celebrates Christmas the first Saturday of December with food, shopping and Santa.   Washington Lions... + continue reading
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BY MARCIA HUBBARD   The Washington Youth Football Team finished its season with a 2-4 record. The Tigers were led by 11 sixth-grade players — Brett Buhrman, Connor Cheely, Konnor Gepner, Aiden Goeckel, Tregan Graff, Joel Hoover, Matthew Kern, Payton LeDuc, Blake Orth,... + continue reading

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Seven townships in northwest quarter of county designated as location for future wind project   BY DAN THALMANN   NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, will meet with the Washington County Commissioners on Monday... + continue reading
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BY MARCIA HUBBARD   The Cloud County Community College women’s basketball team showed no ill effects from Thanksgiving turkey when it took the floor Saturday, Nov. 26 against Coffeyville Community College as the T-Birds came back from... + continue reading

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Stretching from post to post around much of the county’s prairies and fields, barbed wire is known mostly for its use in keeping cattle in their pastures. Straight, taut lines of wire are the typical view of barbed wire fences.   An artist with local ties saw... + continue reading
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A large group of WCHS students took part in the Powder Puff Football game and Iron Man Volleyball Game held Tuesday, October 25. The event was sponsored by the FCCLA as a project to bring students together to raise awareness of hunger. Students and spectators donated items for the local food... + continue reading
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BY MARCIA HUBBARD The third time proved to be a charm for the Hanover High School football team. After falling short the last two seasons, the Wildcats, ranked first in the state in 8-Man, Division II, dominated No. 2 Dighton, with a final score of 68-22 .   “I thought... + continue reading
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By DAN THALMANN   Did you know the president of Colombia, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, received his bachelors degree from the University of Kansas?   Juan Manuel... + continue reading