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The accreditation for Wesley Medical Center's cancer program comes from the Commission on Cancer, part of the American College of Surgeons. [Read More]
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Wesley Healthcare has named Scott Barnett as its new market director of cardiovascular services. He will oversee all cardiovascular services, catheterization labs and electrophysiology labs... [Read More]
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Rooster, who died Saturday in the line of duty, wasn't wearing a bullet-proof vest. [Read More]
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Even as some are excited about a bill currently in committee in the Kansas Senate, the rollout of the Republican proposal to replace the Affordable... [Read More]
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The United Methodist Church is currently assessing its views on sexuality, something mentioned in its news release about the church split. [Read More]
Cancer screenings include skin, prostate, home kits and mammography services. [Read More]
A Dead Sea Scrolls scholar will describe the scrolls' impact on views of the Bible at presentations April 6 at Friends University. [Read More]
Health Center advises people to wear masks, get tetanus shots and watch for rattlesnakes. [Read More]
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Health Center advises people to wear masks, get tetanus shots, watch for rattlesnakes... [Read More]
Attendees will hear from foster and adoptive parents as they share their experiences. [Read More]
The clinic will serve primarily low-income, uninsured and underinsured populations. [Read More]
Most of the ash has blown away from the scorched land on Greg Goodnight's ranch, leaving behind red and yellow dirt, blackened brush and rocks. [Read More]
After wildfires destroyed their homes and ranch, three sisters say they can make it through as long as they have their family. [Read More]
Orphaned by the fires that swept through Clark and Comanche counties, the calves are stressed and hurt. One calf has badly damaged hooves. Some have... [Read More]
After almost a week without water, Englewood's well is back up and running, although the town of about 80 people is still under a boil... [Read More]
Charlie Gibson, 16, could see the piles of ashes from the books in her second-story bedroom of her burned home near Ashland. [Read More]
Since Tuesday night, staff at Ashland High School has kept the kitchen going, cooking for ranchers, firefighters or anyone else who needs a meal. About... [Read More]
Paxton Burns, 6, checks the big red box outside his house every morning before going to school. He checks it every night before bed, too. [Read More]
Paxton Burns, 6, checks the big red box outside his house every morning before going to school. He checks it every night before bed, too. [Read More]
Paxton Burns, 6, checks the big red box outside his house every morning before going to school. He checks it every night before bed, too. [Read More]
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