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Donna J. Kidd Award bestowed on Tom Ryan

Tom Ryan JAAA Award

Thomas J. Ryan II, Valley Falls, was presented with the Donna J. Kidd Award by the Jayhawk Area Agency on Aging at a luncheon July 9 at The Barn Bed and Breakfast Inn.

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New pastor leading Meriden congregation

Meriden United Methodist Church has received a new minister this month. The Rev. Kenneth Parker is a native of Kansas and has been a Methodist minister for 33 years.

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Sunset Haven’s 40th celebrated

Sunset Haven 40th

A small group gathered Sunday afternoon to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the public housing complex known as Sunset Haven in Valley Falls.

July 29th, 2015 | Posted in Featured,Valley Falls | Read More »

Meals on Wheels program at Perry

Meals on Wheels in Perry

With well over one million dollars spent by the state of Kansas on nursing facilities each day, it seems only logical that everything that can be done to help cut those expenses should be explored.

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New sub shop proves success

Subs and Stuff

In the highly-competitive restaurant business, where there’s little margin for error, good help and a tasty product people are willing to pay for will always be key ingredients in the recipe for success

July 29th, 2015 | Posted in Featured,The Independent | Read More »

Naylor family shares their small engines

Gary Naylor

Antique engine enthusiasts make up a big part of the annual threshing bee show at Cottonwood Station near Meriden and none more so than Gary Naylor and his family.

July 29th, 2015 | Posted in Featured,The Vindicator | Read More »

New pharmacy opens at Meriden mall

Dustin Hothan FW Meriden Pharmacist

The F.W. Huston Medical Center is teaming up with a local family to open a pharmacy in the south Meriden strip mall known as Countryside Square.

July 7th, 2015 | Posted in Featured,The Vindicator | Read More »

Longtime Winchester scorekeeper receives Clint Hill Service Award

Raymond Riley

Among some, 82-year-old Raymond Riley of Winchester will always be remembered as “that guy,” the man who cast the deciding vote to close the high schools in Winchester and Nortonville so they could be replaced by what was eventually to become known as Jefferson County North High School.

July 7th, 2015 | Posted in Featured,The Independent | Read More »

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