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Updated at 9:09 AM

In a crime-of-the-week show, it’s either the case that keeps you interested or the characters that are investigating it. In some circumstances, you find a show that is good at making both the crime and the main characters intriguing. “Rosewood” is not that show. The crimes are pretty standard — angry spouses killing in the name of jealousy, the murderous misadventures of drug dealers — but what isn’t typical is the perfect chemistry between the two main characters. Jaina Lee Ortiz and Morris...

Updated at 9:07 AM

The Pratt High School girls' tennis team finished up their season at regionals held in Pratt this weekend.

Updated at 9:02 AM

Giving up a touchdown in the second half, the Pratt High School Greenback football team lost their second game this season, falling to the Hesston Swathers on the road. The 14-7 loss moves the Greenbacks to 4-2 on the season.

Updated at 8:58 AM

Five years ago Pratt Community College started it’s soccer program. Today the team brings players and coaches in from around the world and is currently ranked in the top 20 junior college teams in the nation. But as the program has...

Updated at 8:48 AM

Nate Beeler cartoon on Hillary Clinton.

Updated at 8:45 AM

Nate Beeler cartoon on the House speaker.

Updated at 8:37 AM

Pratt County Commissioners got their first look Monday evening at a map showing the location of the transmission lines for NextEra’s proposed wind generation farm in Pratt County.

Updated at 8:34 AM

Construction crews are busy finishing up details on three areas in Pratt Regional Medical Center as they move closer to the beginning of demolition of the original portion of the hospital complex.

Updated at 8:32 AM

Naming your child is a decision with lifetime consequences. Choose a name that will be an asset to your child, not a liability.

Posted at 1:01 AM

TIP OF THE WEEKWhen it comes to snacking, there are dozens of ways to answer your cravings.

Updated Oct 12, 2015 at 6:21 PM

County Attorney Ken Van Blaricum reports that two cases involving controlled substances have been resolved.

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