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PrattTribune - Pratt, KS
Posted at 1:01 AM

Much has been written and there has been much discussion about a current case before the Supreme Court that is of great significance for working mothers. The case concerns a United Parcel Service driver who was put on an unpaid disability leave after her doctor told her to avoid lifting bundles that weighed more than 20 pounds.

Posted at 2:05 AM

[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Monday's Castle. Read at your own risk.]

Posted at 12:01 AM

John and Francie Hattabaugh of Branson, Mo. celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with an early family gathering and dinner in Kansas City, over the Thanksgiving weekend.  

Posted at 12:01 AM

Jeff Jones of Pratt Glass Enterprises and Roger Adelhardt asked the Pratt County Commissioners to reconsider their bid to Hopper glass for replacing the windows in the Pratt County Courthouse.

Posted at 12:01 AM

A visitor in Lanette Stegman’s third grade classroom at Southwest Elementary School will likely see her students using iPads. She estimates the children use the hand-held electronic gadgets about three-fourths of the day, with a...

Posted at 12:01 AM

Whether voters mark a ballot by hand or use a touch screen, at some point a voting machine is involved in the voting process in Pratt County.

Updated at 10:29 PM

Splurge-worthy brunch dishes that are worth waking up for.

Updated at 10:29 PM

No more scrambling for last-minute appetizers—these hors d'oeuvres can be made in advance and frozen.

Updated at 7:44 PM

The Sun City gypsum quarry, owned and operated by National Gypsum Company, has earned the National Mining Association (NMA) and the U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine safety and Health Administration’s (MSHA) Sentinels of Safety...

Posted at 8:06 PM

Ken Weatherwax, best known for playing Pugsley on the 1964 series 

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