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Blankets went over the windows and Regier Construction teams began demolition on the inside of 512 N Main, where Fuji Japanese Bistro and Jacky Chenn... [Read More]
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For six months the family of  24-year-old Alyssa Runyon and 4-year-old Zaylynn Paz had waited to talk to Keith Hawkins — a young man who... [Read More]
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Some arrests are just too easy, as was the case Feb. 8. Newton Police made one of those just too easy arrests when they corralled... [Read More]
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Jason Callahan is going to be a busy musician. This weekend the Bentley resident will drive up to Ankeny, Iowa, for a show. He's looking... [Read More]
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Harvey County officials are not sure where a cyber attack against the county's computer network was launched from — nor exactly what attackers intentions were."We... [Read More]
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When a city street crew arrived to work on a Sand Creek Trail project near Centennial Park, they heard a dog barking and saw something... [Read More]
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There are seemingly endless below-the-belt puns that could be made after about half a stack of cannon balls went missing from Military Park, 200 E.... [Read More]
Amber Lock, Grant Manager for the Head Start grant at Cooper Early Education Center, had a nugget of good news for the school's policy council... [Read More]
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Shanda Wylie sat at her teller's station, counting out cash and logging transactions. She wore a big smile — obviously enjoying herself in the first... [Read More]
The sentencing hearing for James Nachtigal and his wife, Paige, has been rescheduled for the second time — pushed back from Jan. 31 to a... [Read More]
By Chad Frey Newton Kansan @ChadFreyThe sentencing hearing for James Nachtigal and his wife, Paige, has been rescheduled for the second time — pushed back... [Read More]
Police are investigating a reported incident of an intruder using Mace on a Newton resident in the 100 Block of E. Third."There were signs in... [Read More]
Tim Hodge is a Democrat working in a Legislature dominated by Republicans, which he says makes it hard early in the session when most of... [Read More]
A first grader at Slate Creek Elementary apparently made a decision about her future Friday morning after helping grind a little wheat into whole wheat... [Read More]
including a possible extension of the Heartland Flyer that would connect a current line from Dallas that ends at Oklahoma City to Newton."It is very... [Read More]
In a move that has been expected for sometime, Gov. Sam Brownback sent a letter of resignation to Secretary of State Kris W. Kobach today."In... [Read More]
A commercial development east of I-135 and south of First Street inched forward this week, as the city commission approved moving forward with engineering agreements... [Read More]
There is optimism coming from some involved with economic development."This is exciting," said Pam Stevens, director of the Newton Area Chamber of Commerce.That excitement is... [Read More]
A long-awaited project in Centennial Park took a leap forward Jan. 22, when the Public Building Commission approved primary plans for a new restroom/concession/press box... [Read More]
There is no dedicated ambulance service for the community of Walton. First response to medical calls and traffic accidents comes from the volunteer fire department... [Read More]
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