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The dog days of summer are coming to an end. Pups were treated to a pool party Sunday before Maring Aquatic Center was drained for the season. Money raised from the event went to help maintain the Chanute Dog Park.

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Chanute police arrested a man Friday afternoon on multiple warrants and drug charges when he reportedly made a criminal threat with a handgun.

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The ever-performing principal of Royster Middle School, Don Epps “Woohoo-d” his students with a special welcome to RMS Thursday morning. “I truly believe that the start of the school year can set the mood for the entire year,” he said. “I believe in happy students. We want them to have learn…

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Joanna Connor of the Joanna Connor Band of Chicago performs Saturday night at Martin Johnson Airport at Chanute Blues Blast 2019.  Sponsored by the Chanute Area Chamber of Commerce, Donnie Miller was the opening act.

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The Humboldt Square was packed Saturday for Water Wars, sponsored by A Bolder Humboldt, including a parade, bubbles, slip and slides, dunk tanks, water balloon dodgeball, polar plunge, a watermelon-eating contest, and more.

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The Chanute Veterans of Foreign Wars post has voted to move to smaller quarters and met Friday evening to plan the change.

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No one spoke at the budget hearing Thursday and the Neosho County Community College Board of Trustees approved the 2019-20, holding the mill levy steady from last year.

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The August travelogue will take those in attendance on a photographic trek to Ecuador. Jay and Roxanne Witt — travelogue alumnus for Sydney and Honduras — will focus on their July trip to the island nicknamed Luz de América (Light of America). This program at 7 pm on Thursday is free, with d…

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Chanute Christian Academy student 10-year-old Joselyn Cowen on Friday, July 26 competed in the NASP World Archery Championship in Nashville. Tenn. She scored a 244 out of 300 in the Elementary Division; her score included six 10’s. Each archer shoots three rounds of five arrows at both 10 me…

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A busy day at the Neosho County Fair on Thursday including the crowning of Royalty, Queen Sophie Osborn, 17, back right, and King Brayden Gough, 13, both of the Best Yet 4-H Club; front row, Prince Drake Schulz, 10, with the Meadowlark 4-H Club, and Princess Jaylee Kramer, 11, with the Hillc…