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March 24th, 2019
Tammy Lenear and her staff stop for a photo in her agency’s offices recently. Lenear’s agency was recently awarded a major customer service award for work in 2018, and Lenear said she is very proud...

Seward County commissioners Ada Linenbroker, left, and Jim Rice listen as administrator April Warden updates Employee Committee member Marie Abel on progress with pay raises for county employees....

USD 480 Superintendent Renae Hickert finishes giving her report at the USD 480 school board meeting Monday evening. L&T photo/Elly GrimmELLY GRIMM • Leader & Times   EDITOR’S...

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ELLY GRIMM • Leader & Times   The Liberal High School drama department is known for putting on quality productions for the community and later this week, the community will be able...

ELLY GRIMM • Leader & Times   Students will be returning from spring break Monday, as will the USD 480 school board for its next meeting Monday evening starting at 6:30.  Up...

Congressman Dr. Roger Marshall fields some questions from Seward County Community College administrators during a visit to the college campus Friday morning. Many topics were discussed with...

ROBERT PIERCE • Leader & Times   In order to better streamline its new hire process, Seward County’s Human Resources department is looking to purchase a new management system. The...

Stevens County Natural Resources Conservation Service   The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), will have a Local Working Group (LWG) meeting from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Friday, March 22,...

The LHS Redline Dance Team practices a routine for an upcoming event recently. Tryouts for the 2019-2020 Redline Dance team will be taking place Saturday, March 30, and there will be other events...

One of the crosswalk warning signs installed at the intersection of 2nd and Kansas Avenue earlier this month. Discussion of the installation of the signs came about after a pedestrian accident...

Leader & Times publisher Earl Watt, left, discusses the newspaper industry with students from Eisenhower Middle School last week. The students were on a tour to learn about career options in...

ROBERT PIERCE • Leader & Times   For many years, criminal justice has been a popular degree program at Seward County Community College. For some of those years, the program also had...

Courtesy photoROBERT PIERCE • Leader & Times   Today’s windy cold weather is a reminder winter is still somewhat en force for the High Plains region, but with highs forecast in the...

Liberal citizen Reita Isaacs talks to the Liberal City Commission Tuesday evening about Pancake Day and the recent donation to OTLR of the former Garfield Elementary School property. L&T...

L&T photo/Elly Grimm• Special to the Leader & Times   Liberal citizens were invited to “Come Fly Away” with the Liberal Chamber of Commerce at this year’s Chamber Bash Saturday...

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