Kwik Shop relocating its storage tanks is unlawful and puts residents in danger, said a resident who lives near the expansion on the northeast corner of Buckeye Avenue and 14th Street.
People who live in the rural areas of Dickinson County who plan to shoot off fireworks will need to apply for a fireworks permit, according to County Clerk Barb Jones.
Abilene Public Schools Interim Superintendent Gary Nelson thanked the Board of Education, school staff and Abilene community for everyone’s support this past school year.
The Kansas Department of Transportation has given its approval of OCCK taking over the city of Abilene’s public transportation, Interim City Manager Jane Foltz told the Abilene City Commission at a study session earlier this week.
Greyhound pet owners from across the country — along with many of their retired racers — will be converging on Abilene the next few days ( June 20-22) for their annual Home of America Greyhound Gathering.
Ken Hakoda, music director and conductor of the Salina Symphony, has resigned from the Salina Symphony and from his teaching position at Kansas Wesleyan University, effective Monday.
Finding help to develop an update to the comprehensive plan for the city of Abilene was the discussion at the study session of the Abilene City Commission on Monday.
Mowers, pet supplies, office and school supplies, greeting cards and plants are some of the things Webb Home Center plans to carry when it expands to Lumber House at the former Shopko/Alco store on North Buckeye next fall.
Dickinson County and its townships are documenting the damage done by flooding dating back to April 28, county Finance Director Janelle Dockendorf told the Dickinson County Commission at its regular meeting Thursday.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Jerry Moran, R-Kan., announced that the National Park Service (NPS) has determined that the Chisholm and Great Western cattle trails meet the criteria to become National Historic Trails. The NPS made this determination in a final feasibility study submitted to Congr…
The Heritage Commission is asking the Abilene City Commission to request signage on Interstate 70 that directs motorists to historic downtown Abilene.
The American Legion Department of Kansas’ Boys State Committee has appointed Shane Wilson to serve as the executive director of the American Legion Boys State of Kansas Leadership Academy.
Nearly 250 “We Like Ike” signs were sold and Abilene showed veterans, visitors and residents their patriotic support in the Abilene Convention & Visitors Bureau’s D-Day Commemoration contest last week.
An informational meeting regarding the 2019 county committee election process will be held at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the Dickinson County FSA office, 328 NE 14th, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Braden Stueve in Dickinson County.
WASHINGTON — The communications program at the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, consisting of Director of Communications Joe Montgomery and Public Information Officer Audrey Hambright, have been recognized with the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges’ (…
“We are in the presence of greatness,” said Charles Sanders, in introducing five World War II veterans on a panel discussion at the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum on Wednesday afternoon.