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American Legion Post 170 has announced that in order to comply with current COVID-19 restrictions, there will not be a Memorial Day service this year. 

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The Chanute City Commission held a public hearing on Thursday night about submitting a Community Development Block Grant application and despite having an audience of six people, there were no public comments. 

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The opening of the Main Street Chanute Farmers Market downtown brought a lively selection of vendors and customers along with sunshine and moderate temperatures Tuesday evening. Hours are 5 to 6:30 pm.

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Marilyn Lock saw a Facebook post by former Chanute High School classmate Mike Ashley about his “Drive a Way 19 Tour” that he was doing in the Kansas City area. In a joking manner, Lock commented to Mike on his post to come on down to Chanute to her driveway.  

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A helicopter air crane stopped for fuel at Martin Johnson Airport Thursday morning on a flight from Hays to near Memphis. The crane is configured to load seawater to drop on large fires, and is one of three traveling from Medford, Ore., to Savannah, Ga., for sea transport to Greece. A total …

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USD 413 administrators announced on Tuesday they will be embarking on the development of the district’s strategic plan with the assistance of the Cambrian Group.

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After Brian Campbell resigned in January, administrators began to search for possible replacements. According to USD 413 Superintendent Dr. Kellen Adams, the school interviewed four prospects, but did not make a hire.