Archive for Wednesday, May 6, 2009

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K-12, higher education leaders slam House’s proposed budget cuts
May 6, 2009
The newest House Republican leadership plan to cut the budget was getting slammed today by representatives of public schools and higher education.
Commuter forecast, May 6, 2009
May 6, 2009
Highway 24 near Grantville is down to one lane this morning. There’s also a fair amount of fog this morning, so drive with caution.
Signs tell possible flu sufferers to stay away
May 6, 2009
Despite only a handful of reported cases of H1N1 flu virus in the state, Leavenworth County Health Department officials are still keeping a vigilant eye on the situation to make sure residents are safe.
County waits for ruling on state gas tax lawsuit
May 6, 2009
Leavenworth County is still backing Shawnee County’s plan to sue the state for shorting some counties on gas tax revenues since 1999.
Five questions: PTK is on the way
LCDC hires firm to help sell the county
May 6, 2009
The Leavenworth County Development Corporation is in negotiations with Pearcy, Tice, Krizman Communications, Inc. to market the county’s assets.
Parkinson agrees to coal-burning plant
May 6, 2009
In a stunning development, Gov. Mark Parkinson and Sunflower Electric Power Corp. on Monday signed an agreement over the coal-fired electric power project that has strangled Kansas politics for nearly two years.