Maintain Easter egg safety

By Susan M. Jackson Easter is this weekend. How many eggs will you help color and decorate? How many will you have fun hiding for someone special to find? Easter eggs are a fun tradition for many fam...
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Fire last week

A man is silhouetted against fire Thursday night near 24th and Meridian during a controlled burn of a pasture field.
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Where there’s smoke …

What appear to be two satellite dishes are surrounding by smoke and fire Thursday night during a controlled pasture-land burn near 24th and Meridian.
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Fire surrounds what appears to be a large satellite dish Thursday night near 24th and Meridian during a controlled-burn of pasture land.
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Thursday night fire

Kendal Moore of Sedgwick helps control a controlled-burn fire Thursday night on some pasture land at 24th and Meridian.

Koehn chosen as Newton mayor

The Rundown is prepared by the City of Newton Public Information Office to summarize the City Commission meeting and does not represent official Commission minutes. 7 p.m. April 8, 2014, Newton City ...

Season with herbs and spices

By Susan M. Jackson Harvey County Extension agent, family and consumer sciences, and community development Herbs and spices have many benefits for the cook in your kitchen. They can add flavor and va...

Kansas State pullet sale on April 19

By Ryan Flaming, Harvey County Extension agent, Agriculture & Natural Resources Kansas State Universityís Poultry and Gamebird Research and Teaching Center is selling several breeds of pullets o...

Newton Public Library events

Newton Public Library 720 N Oak Street Newton, KS 67114 (316) 283-2890 fax: (316) 283-2916 Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-9pm Fri-Sat 9am-6pm Free Technology Classes: Sm...