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Chanute USD 413’s overall rating is green for the week beginning Jan. 25 with one of the two categories in the red backing off to orange.

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TOPEKA – Governor Laura Kelly on Thursday announced her administration’s final COVID-19 distribution order for population groups in Kansas. The vaccine will be administered in five phases, beginning with those most at risk of contracting or becoming seriously ill from COVID-19 and ending wit…

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The Neosho County Commission will hold a special meeting at noon today at noon in the commission room of the Neosho County Courthouse. The commissioners will discuss non-elected personnel, matters under attorney-client confidentiality, Road Use Agreement contracts and contributions. and clar…

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I must confess that I do not usually write letters to the editor for the same reason that I do not engage in debates on social media. I do not think it is the best avenue for a discussion. Actually I only read a few of the letters to the editor if it is related to a topic for which I have an…

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Editor’s note: Royster Middle School student Bailey Brecheisen provided a guest column for the Tribune.  

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Instead of a sit-down meal, organizers of the annual Community Christmas Dinner at Zion Lutheran Church held a drive-through. Based on 250 advance calls, volunteers prepared 300 meals and participants had their choice of ham or turkey. There was no home delivery, and participants pulled up, …

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Chanute residents Roger and Melody Adwell’s daughter-in-law is a nurse in Tulsa. They didn’t expect she would deliver their grandson in the parking garage outside Ascension St. John Medical Center near 21st and Utica.

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Editor’s note: The following was penned by former Chanute resident Joanie Steele, now of Pittsburg.

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Cherry Street Youth Center has received a $5,000 donation from Kirby’s Super Sports, which will make up 10 percent of Cherry Street’s $50,000 goal. If Cherry Street makes the goal by the end of the year it will receive a match of another $50,000.

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Christmas is a season of great joy. It is a time of God showing His great love for us. It can be a time of healing and renewed strength. Christmas is when we celebrate the birth of the Christ child. God sent His Son, Jesus, into the world to be born. His birth brought great joy to the world.