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Three of a kind
 
First-year teacher follows in footsteps of mother, grandmother

All eyes on the sky to see eclipse
A total eclipse will move across the country from the northwest to the southeast, passing through part of northeast Kansas.

Search for chief of police begins
Public safety study released

Box built to bless
Food, other items available for anyone

Valley Center native helps bring back serial radio
Noah, a Valley Center native who has lived in Bel Aire since 2012, is part of a new group called Kansas Radio Theatre. The group was started by Wichita native Ray Wills, a theater veteran who worked as an actor for 25 years. He was in four Broadway shows, as well as several episodes of “Law and Order" and soap operas.

Man hurt in collision with farm equipment
The Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office said Nicholas Ray Orton was traveling at what appeared to be a high rate of speed, left the road, drove through a farm yard and struck a piece of farm equipment.

2 arrested after chase
Sgt. Matt Vogt said police were investigating a suspicious person call in the Valley Meadows neighborhood about 7:15 a.m. when a vehicle fled from the area. The pursuit went south on Meridian and ended on Air Cap Drive in Park City, where the suspect vehicle struck a Valley Center patrol car, damaging it but not causing any injuries to the officer inside.

Suspect steals ‘Wind’ street signs
Someone with an apparent fascination with wind stole street signs in Valley Center recently.

Man hurt in collision with farm equipment
The Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office said Nicholas Ray Orton was traveling at what appeared to be a high rate of speed, left the road, drove through a farm yard and struck a piece of farm equipment.

Man exposes himself at local laundromat
Police responded to a report of indecent exposure. Apparently, a white man in his mid-30s or early 40s with black hair, a pony tail and no front teeth was at the business on a laptop computer. A female customer walked by and noticed that the man had his hand in his pants. He removed his hand and exposed his genitals to the customer.




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