It was everything 'outdoorsy' at Sheridan College Saturday. The college Outdoor Adventure Club held their spring Gear Swap as their primary fundraiser to help students go on their outdoor adventures. Advisor to the club, Julie Davidson explains.
Johnson County's Commissioners approved a request from County Attorney Ken DeCock, on behalf of the state, to allow a special prosecuting attorney in an upcoming criminal case to be tried in Johnson County.
Parents of Kaycee school kids came to the last Johnson County School Board meeting to voice their concerns with the latest PAWS scores from Kaycee School and the possible repercussions from the state for the low test scores.
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