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Homecoming king and queen
 
Antoine Johnson and Jordyn Granger are named Valley Center High School winter homecoming king and queen Feb. 10.

Brother arrested in fatal shooting
According to Sedgwick County jail records, Michael Lee Phillips was booked into the jail about 2 p.m. Feb. 12 on charges of first-degree murder, aggravated battery and two counts of aggravated assault.

Summer baseball returns to Valley
Mud Daubers to play here

District to seek bids on turf
Artificial grass planned for practice fields

Video shows moments before man died
Hearing in case of torture, murder continues

Fire destroys oversized garage
Fire Capt. Rob Tormey said the fire started when a heat lamp apparently came in contact with straw. The lamp was left on to keep a puppy warm in the southeast corner of the building.

Local accounting firm among top 25
A local accounting firm has joined a prestigious list. Porter, Carswell & Raya Chtd., located at 214 W. Main, was No. 20 on the list of the top 25 largest accounting firms in the Wichita area. The list was produced by the Wichita Business Journal.

PARK CITY
Park City pushes pet microchipping
Registration fee structure modified

Man accused of shooting dashboard
Park City police responded to Samuel Brewski's at 400 E. 61st North after dispatchers received a call about a disturbance with a weapon in the bar's parking lot.

KECHI
Kechi keeps contract with local builder despite pace
The project has fallen behind schedule, as only 10 of the 20 structures have been completed to date — with a number of others currently in progress. Technically, the original agreement with the city has been broken because specific timeframes in the contract weren't met.
BEL AIRE
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SCHOOL
Cub Scouts move up
On Feb. 11, Valley Center's Cub Scout Pack 494 and Boy Scout Troop 494 conducted their annual Blue and Gold Banquet.

VCHS intern of the month
Student intern stretches her
knowledge of physical therapy

Top essay
Pam Porter of Little Arkansas Chapter of DAR presents a certificate and $25 gift card to Sarah Maschino, daughter of Brian and Marci Maschino, for winning the American History Essay contest.

School menus
Feb. 20 through 24

Highlights
Week of Feb. 16

POLICE & FIRE
Park City police reports
Feb. 5 through 11

Valley Center police reports and fire calls
Feb. 6 through 12

Kechi police reports
Feb. 1 through 12

Blotter Buzz
Week of Feb. 16

SHERIFF
Sheriff's reports
Feb. 5 through 11
DEATHS
LUISA BOYARSKI
Luisa “Ting" (Coromina) Boyarski , 93, died, Feb. 6, 2017.

IRENE COX
Irene Fern (Dozier) Cox, 80, of Andover, died Feb. 5, 2017. 

CHARITY FIVEASH
Charity Sue Fiveash, 58, of Wichita, died, Feb. 9, 2017.

HARVEY HAZEN
Harvey Lynn Hazen, 63, of Valley Center, died, Feb. 8, 2017.

BETTY LEHR
Betty Joan Lehr, 86, died Feb. 6, 2017, at Wesley Medical Center.

GILBERT MESSERSCHMIDT
Gilbert N. Messerschmidt ,92, retired owner of A&M Upholstery and World War II Navy veteran, died, Feb. 8, 2017.

DOROTHY PRAY
Dorothy Irene (Burns) Pray, 83, died Feb. 7, 2017, in hospice care at home, from cancer.

WYNONA VANCE-YARDLEY
Wynona L. Vance-Yardley, 60, died, Feb. 9, 2017.

STEVE MERTINS
Steve Allen Mertins, 58, of Valley Center, died, Feb. 11, 2017.

LOOKING BACK
Looking Back
Week of Feb. 16
HEARD ON MAIN STREET
Heard on Main Street
Week of Feb. 16




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