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The Leavenworth Times - Leavenworth, KS
Updated at 10:29 PM

The Lansing High School wrestling team got a heavy dose of their own medicine Wednesday night in their road dual with Blue Valley Southwest.Head coach Nick Flynn's Lions won just four varsity matches en route to a 47-19 loss to the Timberwolves. Flynn said it was a loss that came in an oddly familiar fashion."They were tougher than us," Flynn said. "They don't have excellent wrestlers, but every wrestler they put on the mat was very disciplined. They did the things that...

Updated at 10:26 PM

Ah, the holidays have passed and folks are thinking of New Year's resolutions for 2015. For many, it may be which diet is best.

Updated at 10:25 PM

By KENNETH L. KIESERLeavenworth Times outdoor columnistRecently someone asked me: Why do we have fishing regulations in lakes, ponds or rivers full of quality fish? There are good reasons for fishing laws. All are...

Updated at 10:24 PM

So, recently, the news has had a lot to say. Last year, Michael Brown was shot in Ferguson. Several unarmed black people – and it's not just black people, either - have been killed by police officers.

Updated at 10:22 PM

In the Friday, Jan. 2, edition of the Leavenworth Times was a letter from Dr. G.F. Welch, in which he states the committee which supports the countywide sales tax renewal was formed because of my suggestion.

Updated at 10:20 PM

By SAM SHERMANssherman@leavenworthtimes.comLeavenworth High School head swimming coach Willis Willmeth has had a hard enough time getting some of  his swimmers back to practice.Between sickness and extended holiday...

Updated at 10:19 PM

The 1-cent county sales tax extension for another 20 years is on the table, soon. Consider:

Updated at 10:17 PM

To the editor:The inescapable truth is that all taxes are oppressive. 

Updated at 10:13 PM

In this Q5, Ernest Evans discusses the course, World Terrorism, that he will be teaching at Kansas City Kansas Community College-Leavenworth Center.

Posted at 10:05 PM

George Clooney could write his name on a cocktail napkin and networks would fight each other for...

Updated at 9:06 PM

Police hunted for three heavily armed men with possible links to al-Qaida in the military-style, methodical killing of 12 people Wednesday at the office of a satirical newspaper that caricatured the Prophet Muhammad.

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