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PrattTribune - Pratt, KS
Posted at 12:01 AM

For the farmer, working the land, harvesting the crops, feeding the cattle is all part of the usual daily activity on the farm.For some who do not live and work on a farm, these activities are more than work. They are interesting experiences just waiting to be enjoyed and they are paying good money to come and do the chores.

Posted at 12:01 AM

Pratt County has recorded no cases of whooping cough yet but after several cases were reported in Barton County including one death, the Pratt County Health Department is keeping a close eye on the situation.

Posted at 12:01 AM

The Pratt Health Foundation received a BlueCHIP award — a nice little acrylic trophy, but more importantly, $2,500 to further efforts to create healthy environments.

Posted at 12:01 AM

There was a whole lot of shaking going on in Shari Gates’ classroom at Skyline on Wednesday and it wasn’t from earthquakes felt recently in Kansas and Oklahoma.

Posted at 10:05 PM

In the history of wrestling there have been many highs... and many, many lows. There have been men whose entrance theme was just fart noises, men who are really cyborgs from the future, and then, of course, the litany of men who fall into that...

Posted at 7:05 PM

Everyone and their mother has made a Fifty Shades of Grey parody at this point. Sorry for...

Updated at 5:27 PM

The Pratt Community College Beaver men got hot in the first half scoring 61 percent and that was too much for Cloud to overcome giving the Beavers an 82-72 victory over the Thunderbirds.

Updated at 5:23 PM

The Lady Beavers hung on to defeat the Lady Thunderbirds 62-59 with a late fourth quarter run.

Updated at 5:17 PM

ISIS claimed today in an online posting that the last of its US prisoners, 26-year-old Kayla Mueller, was killed in a Jordanian air strike.

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