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February 26th, 2024
ELLY GRIMM • Leader & Times   International Women’s Day is right around the corner, and the Liberal Recreation Center will soon be helping celebrate it with a special event.  There will be a Women's Empowerment Lunch from 12 to 1:30 p.m. Friday, March 8 (also known as...

The outside of the Coronado Museum building. The building suffered some water damage last month, but Corondao Museum Director Nathan Dowell said work has been going well to bring everything fully back to normal. L&T photo/Elly GrimmELLY GRIMM • Leader & Times   The Coronado Museum...

Seward County Clerk’s office   Jill Garinger (Republican) has filed her intent to run for the office of Seward County Register of Deeds. Following is a list of local offices to be elected in 2024. The filing deadline is Monday, June 3, at noon.   COUNTY OFFICES County Commissioner...

EARL WATT • Leader & Times   Since the creation of the Big First District in Kansas in 1875, a Democrat has only been elected once, and that was for one term in 1952. Other than that, Republicans have owned the Big First. Paul Buskirk is hoping to change that. Buskirk is crossing the...

Abby Buller, left, and Kymper Post take a picture together after a Lady Cardinals win in a recent tournament. Courtesy photoROBERT PIERCE • Leader & Times   Late winter and early spring in area high schools means it is time for basketball playoffs. The Turpin Lady Cardinals recently...

ELLY GRIMM • Leader & Times   Bridging the digital divide throughout Kansas has long been a goal of the Kelly Administration and recently, there was some funding awarded to help with just that.  Wednesday, the Kansas Office of Broadband Development (KOBD) announced it was awarded...

Voters cast their ballots in a recent general election at the Seward County Activity Center. A presidential preference primary is scheduled to take place March 19, and Tuesday, county commissioners approved the purchase of 10 new ballot marking devices and two scanners. L&T file photo/Earl...

USD 480   The USD 480 Board of Education is pleased to announce they have selected two candidates to interview for the open superintendent position. The two candidates are: Stephen Linkous of Overland Park currently serves as the Chief of Staff for Arlington Public Schools in Arlington,...

Water management experts from eight states will gather in Liberal March 18 and 19 for the 2024 Ogallala Aquifer Summit. Courtesy photoK-State Research and Extension   A proverbial Who’s Who of water management in the High Plains region is expected for the 2024 Ogallala Aquifer Summit, set...

ELLY GRIMM • Leader & Times   Many people might not know there have been multiple stories and other works written about the Liberal area and Sunday, the Seward County Historical Society will be taking a step to help remedy that.  The Seward County Historical Society will be...