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MICHAEL POULSEN Of VOLBEAT Says ‘One Day’ He’ll Make Death Metal Album

By |December 1st, 2021|Categories: Front Page, Rock News|Tags: , |

In a new interview with Finland's Chaoszine, VOLBEAT frontman Michael Poulsen, who played extreme metal with his first band, DOMINUS, back in the early '90s, said that he wouldn't rule out a return to death metal in future. "It's gonna happen one day; ...

Wamego’s Iron Clad, LLC awarded $11k from USDA

By |December 6th, 2021|

A Wamego Co-Working company is the recipient of a USDA grant, one of 26 projects around Kansas to receive an award. Iron Clad, LLC will receive close to $11,000 from the USDA, part of a rural development investment initiative to improve energy infrastructure. Iron Clad will use the funds to install a rooftop mounted solar [...]

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Kansas Farm Bureaus hears from Gov. Kelly during annual meeting

By |December 5th, 2021|

The Kansas Farm Bureau hosted its annual meeting Sunday, with Gov. Laura Kelly as the key guest speaker. During her speech, Kelly says strengthening rural communities in Kansas has been a critical mission for her administration. She recognizes agriculture is widely tied to the state’s past and future, economically and culturally. Kelly says farmers and [...]

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Riley County commission discusses county priorities for 2022 legislative session

By |December 5th, 2021|

Riley County commissioners met with area lawmakers to discuss the county’s priorities for the 2022 legislative session. One of the main topics of discussion was the impact of state actions on county dollars. Treasurer Shilo Heger presented the impacts based on dollar loss and mill levies from her office’s point of view. The numbers presented [...]

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USD 383 to provide grief counselors, support following deaths of two students

By |December 5th, 2021|

USD 383 Manhattan-Ogden Superintendent Dr. Marvin Wade says the district is implementing the Emergency Response Plan to provide support to students, staff members and families following the tragic deaths of two Eisenhower Middle School students and the serious injury of an Anthony Middle School student from an early Sunday morning crash on K-18. Two other [...]

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