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    Tuesday, June 26, 2018
    ebook Will Ravenstein The auditorium of the Geary County Historical Museum echoed with some mild laughter as memories of businesses from the 1950s and 60s were shared among a group of residents Sunday during the monthly Memories at the Museum series. Katie Goerl, Geary County Historical Society executive director, said that she and museum curator, Heather Hagedorn, came up with the idea for ...read more
    Categories: Community, General News Article, Chamber, Fun Facts, Human Interest
    Tuesday, June 26, 2018
    Mike Sellman Junction City officials increased the amount for the 2018 Street Maintenance project, Tuesday, June 19.  In March, the City Commission approved a bid to Bayer Construction for $864,084.25 for the project. As the Public Works Department budgeted $1.1 million for the project, and the city received a good bid from Bayer, Public Works Director, Ray Ibarra, asked city officials to ...read more
    Categories: Community, General News Article, Chamber, Economic, Human Interest
    Wednesday, June 20, 2018
    JUNCTION CITY, KA (June 19, 2018) – Camso, an industry leader in manufacturing off-road tires, wheels tracks and track systems, announced plans today to establish a new manufacturing operation in Geary County, KS.   Camso serves the Material Handling, Construction, Agriculture and Powersport industries by manufacturing and distributing off-road tires, wheels, rubber tracks and undercarriage ...read more
    Categories: Community, Human Interest, Chamber, Economic, Press Release
    Tuesday, June 19, 2018
    Maria Childs maria@jcdailyunion.com Jun 15, 2018 Recently, Economic Development Director Mickey Fornaro-Dean invited the industrial vice president of the Union Pacific Railroad to Junction City for a tour of prospective sites. Dean informed the Economic Development Commission of the project’s active status Thursday morning at the monthly meeting. “We spent four to four and a half hours in Geary ...read more
    Categories: Community, Chamber, Economic
    Tuesday, June 19, 2018
    Stephanie Casanova du.reporter2@jcdailyunion.com Floating bridge bays rocked side to side as Fort Riley soldiers maneuvered a 124,000-pound tank across Milford Lake Friday morning. The bridge crossing was part of Fort Riley’s monthlong Gauntlet training. Friday morning’s exercise, called a wet gap crossing, is not often conducted during trainings, said Joey Sullinger, 1st Infantry Division ...read more
    Categories: Economic, General News Article, Chamber, Community