November Numbers Beat Estimates, Show Continued Economy Growth
The Kansas economy continues to grow with November revenue receipts, released Friday, topping collections from November 2011 by $35.2 million, or about 8.7 percent, according to the Kansas Department of Revenue.
Senator Moran Visits Russell
KRSL Special: Rush County Urging Limestone Bridge Repair
Still wanting to rebuild a historic-but-crumbling triple-arch limestone bridge, Rush County commissioners hope they can entice their counterparts in Russell County to break loose with a little more cash for the project.
Santa's Helpers Plans Four Toy Giveaway Days
Christmas Angel Tree Helps Disadvantaged Kids in Natoma
Children love receiving gifts on Christmas morning, but many area kids this year won't have the opportunity to open presents. That's why folks in Natoma have formed the 'Tis the Season Committee to help disadvantaged kids during the Christmas season.
Bob Dole Released from Hospital Wednesday
Rise of Trich in Local Cattle Herds to be Discussed at Monday Program, Must RSVP by Thursday
Russell County Extension representatives along with presenters from Kansas State University and the State of Kansas will hold a program Monday, December 3 at the Russell County 4-H Building to discuss the rising problem of bovine Trich, a venereal disease affecting local cattle herds.