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New Chanute Public Library director Kara Hale, left, and retiring director Susan Willis look over a new addition to the collection. A retirement party for Willis will be held 4-6 pm on Tuesday, Jan. 28.

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CASA experienced a small miracle in late December when a beautiful young child named Tessa Lou Francis visited the CASA office at the Allen County Courthouse with her family. 

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Some Chanute businesses’ employees dressed up Friday to show their support for the Kansas City Chiefs. Wendy Mitchell, left, and head teller Rhonda Sizemore, right, showed their pride at Bank of Commerce. Kickoff for the AFC Championship game between Kansas City and Tennessee is 2:05 pm Sund…

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Sam Cox, far right, Thayer 8th grader, is the winner of the Neosho County Spelling Bee held Thursday at St. Patrick’s Catholic School, Chanute. Kadence Ball, center, Thayer 6th grader, was second, and Bethany Umbarger, left, Thayer 8th grader, third.

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While the economic impact on Spirit AeroSystems in Wichita has drawn concern at state and national levels, local leaders say things are “business as usual” at Orizon Aerostructures.

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Knox Prudencio Wehlage, son of Lacy Coltrane and Dustin Wehlage, Iola, is the New Year’s Baby for 2020 at Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center, Chanute. 

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On Thursday, January 2, officers with the Chanute Police Department responded to a report of a disturbance in the 500 block of west 14th Street. Upon arrival, it was reported that an adult male and an adult female had been in a altercation with one another. Rhonda Purdunn, 59, Chanute, was a…

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HUMBOLDT — Humboldt Speedway and Whitworth Construction owner Rhenda Whitworth was featured in a Minority and Women Business Spotlight on the Kansas Department of Commerce webpage, Kansascommerce.gov

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During the past century, beets were a staple Kansas crop. Although the industry has faltered in Kansas, beet juice is once again an important commodity for the sunflower state.