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Times-Sentinel | August 14, 2018
By Travis Mounts The Cheney Diamond Dawgs dropped their opening game at the National Baseball Congress World Series on Saturday, but bounced back for a win on Monday. The Diamond Dawgs – third-place finishers a [...]
Times-Sentinel | August 11, 2018
Move could cut response times to Cheney   By Sam Jack Sedgwick County manager Michael Scholes’ draft of the 2019 county budget, released last week, includes $580,459 to put a new ambulance and crew at [...]
Times-Sentinel | August 11, 2018
By Travis Mounts About 40 people packed the Haysville City Council meeting on Monday, July 23, nearly all to either express opposition to the idea of a tiny home development near Haysville, or to support [...]
Times-Sentinel | August 11, 2018
By Michelle Leidy-Franklin Late spring freezes in April left local peach farmers Nick and Mary Steffen of Steffen Orchard wondering if they would have any peaches at all. Peach trees are early bloomers, and that [...]
Times-Sentinel | August 11, 2018
By Sam Jack CHENEY – The Cheney Pharmacy is hosting student interns from the KU School of Pharmacy this summer, continuing an ongoing partnership with the school. Interns spend about a month at the local pharmacy [...]
Times-Sentinel | August 11, 2018
By Sam Jack GODDARD – Local Girl Scouts Leah Werth and Gloria Gibler created a “blessing box,” located on the corner of First and Main streets in Goddard, near the library. “Basically, it is like a [...]
Times-Sentinel | August 11, 2018
By Travis Mounts Friday marked a milestone moment in the construction of the Wichita Union Stockyards, an event center and steakhouse under construction on MacArthur Road, just west of Hoover. Mike and Tina Andra are [...]
Times-Sentinel | August 11, 2018
By Sam Jack Campus High School’s new natatorium is coming along and could be ready as early as mid-September, head swimming coach Kelly Kennedy said. “It’s just beautiful. They’ve got all the tile in the [...]
Times-Sentinel | August 11, 2018
These photos were shared by the Conway Springs Library from the 2018 summer reading program. Pick up a copy of the Aug. 2 print edition of the Star-Argosy for a story on this summer’s program.
Times-Sentinel | August 08, 2018
Updated 10:05 p.m. A pair of incumbents won’t be headed back to the State Legislature. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Republican John Whitmer (R-Wichita) has been upset in the GOP primary race for the [...]