Results 1 - 14 of 14 in Wakarusa, KS
... A broken van window at 408 Almond St. was reported Sunday. A hit-and-run vehicle struck a vehicle parked at 5255 Wakarusa. A domestic dispute in the southeast part of town was reported at 1:07 a.m. Monday. It is being investigated as an aggravated ... Comment?
... in this year's Water Festival, including Central Plains Center for BioAssessment, Lou and Company, Save the Wakarusa Wetlands, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Kansas Geological Survey and the City's Stormwater Division. Activities include wetland ... Comment?
... be open to motorists throughout the project. Single, one-lane closures causing delays are expected. Traffic Impact: Wakarusa north and south of the intersection with Bob Billings Parkway will be reconstructed as part of this project. The roadway ... Comment?
... city-owned fiber to several key facilities, including the Clinton Water Treatment Plant, Fire Station #4 on Wakarusa and the Police Investigation & Training Center, improving access and service for public safety officers at those important ... Comment?
... city-owned fiber to several key facilities, including the Clinton Water Treatment Plant, Fire Station No. 4 on Wakarusa and the Police Investigation & Training Center, improving access and service for public safety officers at those important ... Comment?
... safely on unplowed roads. For example, most of the challenging calls in the Topeka area have come from around Wakarusa, Tecumseh or Auburn. In Wichita, most of the challenging calls have come from the Goddard, Colwich, Derby and Rose Hill areas. ... Comment?
... e name wasn't released. The incident occurred about 10:24 a.m, Jan. 24 in the 10500 block of S.W. Topeka Blvd. near Wakarusa. Sheriff's said the body of an adult white male was found after the man was struck by a train. Comment?
Officials are asking for the public's help in identifying the man killed by a train last week near Wakarusa. Comment?
Some students at Haskell Indian Nations University likened their two-decade battle to save the Wakarusa wetlands to pleading for someone on death row.They wanted a full reprieve to save the wetlands from the South Lawrence Trafficway. Comment?
... by volunteers. Meanwhile, the Capitol got its own tree a 14-foot Scotch pine from Country Christmas Trees in Wakarusa that was lit Friday. The Kansas Christmas Tree Growers Association has two meetings each year, rotating among roughly ... Comment?
... Band Pottawatomie Nation, Sierra Club, Wetlands Preservation Organization, Jayhawk Audubon Society, Save the Wakarusa Wetlands and Kansas University's Environs and EcoJustice groups. Even if the opponents appeal the court's decision, KDOT could ... Comment?
... Scotch pine from Derby will remain at Cedar Crest, while a 14-foot Scotch pine grown at Country Christmas Trees in Wakarusa will be displayed at the Statehouse and lit in a public ceremony November 30th. The live trees are indoors after fire codes ... Comment?
... from the Windy Knoll Tree Farm in Derby. The tree will be officially lighted on Monday. Country Christmas Trees in Wakarusa also delivered a scotch pine to Cedar Crest. That tree will be displayed at the statehouse and will be lit on November 30 ... Comment?
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