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From this week

Artesian Valley Health System Welcomes New Provider – James Green, FNP – BC
Artesian Valley Health System in Meade, Kansas is pleased to welcome James Green, MSN, FNP-BC, to our team of full-time providers. James is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP-BC) with a Master’s of Science in Nursing (MSN) from Walden University. James grew up in Columbus, Kansas, s small rural town in…

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Meade County Commissioners discuss flood insurance, computers
The Board of Meade County Commissioners met at 9:00 am, Janna Frydendall and Clair Bender were in attendance, also present was Janet Hale, Meade County Clerk. Frydendall called the meeting to order at…

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Meade City Council continues to look at stoplight upgrade options
The Council meeting was called to order in the council meeting room at 7:00 P.M. by Mayor Richard Knott. Council members present were…

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Meade Buffaloes

Buffaloes are Heading to State!!!

The Meade Buffaloes competed at their regional track meet in Sublette this past Friday, and their efforts were rewarded with a slew of athletes qualifying for the State Track meet this weekend. Among all the athletes going to state, Ethan Thompson stood out. Thompson took first in three events, making him a three-time…

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Fowler Goldbugs

Medina signs letter of intent to OPSU

Fowler High School football member, Saul Medina, signed a letter of intent to continue his football career with Oklahoma Panhandle State University. The Goldbugs former quarterback, who had a six passing touchdown game for the ‘Bugs, is pictured above with his mother…

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Goldbugs heading to State!

This past Thursday, the Fowler Goldbugs track team competed for a chance to go to state at their annual regional track meet. This year’s meet was hosted by the Kiowa County Mavericks in Greensburg, KS. This was the largest track meet the Goldbugs had entered into all season, with twenty-nine teams vying for a chance to compete at the State Track meet this weekend. The Goldbugs won’t be absent at this year’s state meet, thanks to the performances of two…

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SWH Mustangs

Math Relays

Plains Elementary hosted the final Math Olympics of the year on May 16, 2019. Students had one minute to solve as many addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems as they could. This was a tough test as the problems were not just one math application to apply. These were the…

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Packard will represent Mustangs at State Track!!!

This past week, the SWH Mustangs track teams traveled to Scott City to compete in the regional track meet. This would decide who would go on to compete at the State Meet, which is scheduled for this weekend. The Mustangs won’t be absent at the state meet, thanks to the performance by….

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