- More than 30 snakes removed from rural home near Clay Center
- Phoenix police: Hiker finds dead body on a mountain trail
- Police: Pizza delivery man shoots, wounds would-be robbers
- Two vehicles damaged by Molotov cocktail
- Wounded Warriors of Collier opens house for homeless vets
- Man burned in motor home fire near Salt Lake City dies
- More than just eagles can be found at Milford Nature Center’s Eagle Day
- Clay County Arrests
- Drones spotted Monday
- Remembering Searstown, the gateway to Fort Lauderdale
Opinion (open access)
Here's an interesting fact you may not be aware of — when the city of Clay Center first became a city in 1875, there were two things the city council put on the agenda as things that needed their immediate attention -- dogs and pool halls.
Telling you the stories that are “Windmill Memories” in this column will be as remembered by the writer; however, there are some memories of the family enjoying telling incidents that happened to the writer much too early in her life for personal recall.
There are still some people who think the local coffee group I refer to as the Rustic Illuminati are just a coffee group. I contend this small group of movers and shakers in Clay Center are part of the worldwide Illuminati who for centuries have influenced politics, governments, economic sy…
Of all the crazy, nasty weather Kansas is known for, what we hate most are its ice storms. Though normally fairly rare, this kind of weather has been on the rise as we see more warmer-than-usual winters where temperatures hover around freezing instead of far below freezing.