In a year already marked with much celebration, its 25th anniversary year, the Kansas Lottery has achieved a new record for sales. Sales of Lottery products in Fiscal Year 2012, which began July 1, 2011, and ended June 30, 2012, were nearly $244 million (unaudited). That’s up more than 4.6 percent from the previous year’s sales.
A record number of people applied for a Kansas license to carry a concealed firearm during the fiscal year that ended June 30, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced last week.
Amy Lassiter, Ozawkie, has been hired to be the Delaware Township librarian at Valley Falls.
The Aug. 7 primary election in the 2nd District will determine which of two Republican candidates will be the next county commissioner.
A man who is accused of at least one burglary and possibly linked to several others pleaded guilty last week and is facing four years in prison.
An Oskaloosa woman is currently being held in the Jefferson County Jail on charges that she allegedly tortured a child.
Courthouse records for the week of July 19, 2012.
The former associate of an abortion doctor who was murdered in 2009, Dr. Ann K. Neuhaus, rural Nortonville, will file an appeal after having her license stripped by the Kansas Board of Healing Arts.
Kansas first lady Mary Brownback has announced the second annual Kansas Book Festival will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 15 at the Kansas Historical Society in Topeka.
One of the largest youth hunting events will take place Aug. 11 at the Theodore Naish Boy Scout Camp, 1100 Martinek Lane, Kansas City.