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To this day some people are still rebuilding after the damage wrought by the outbreak of tornadoes in April 2011. Pratt City Branch Library suffered extensive damage during that time and was closed as a result. However, the library has been rebuilt
A satirical news source poked fun at the Coors Light commercials depicting a train that brings frosty beer and fun to dull parties. The news parody site The Onion said the train was barreling through a field to a dull barbecue when it crashed in
With a hard hat atop his head, 26-year-old John Wright carefully removed circuitry from a breaker box Tuesday while his classmates at Pratt Community College worked on a 52-inch fan in the ceiling. The students in the college's electrical technology
He was born May 27, 1932, in rural Pratt County, to Charles C. and Zoe D. (Thompson) Brant...He was a farmer and District Administrator for Kansas Farm Bureau for 32 years and active in Pratt County 4-H. Jim is survived by his wife, Dorris; two
He was born Aug. 21, 1979, at Salt Lake City, Utah, the son of Mike and Marla Main McGovney...On Sept. 3, 2005, he married April Williams at Attica, Kansas. Other survivors include: his parents, Mike and Marla McGovney, Cunningham; in-laws, Tim and
Jayce Elon Ibarra and Jasper Rey Ibarra, twin brothers, age one, died Monday, Dec...They were born Jan. 10, 2012, in Pratt, the sons of Ramon and Destry (Chalker) Ibarra. They are survived by their parents, Ramon and Destry of Pratt, Kan.; two
He was born Feb. 25, 1956, in Pratt, Kan., the son of Thomas James and Laurene Weese Walters. A lifetime Pratt area resident, he graduated from Pratt High School in 1974 and from Pratt Community College in 1976. Thomas worked in Environmental
Pratt police and fire department officials released no new details on a fire that claimed the lives of two infants and injured their mother on Monday. Fire Chief David Kramer and Assistant Chief George Stevens were not at work Tuesday and were not
Infant twins died Monday afternoon after a fire gutted their home in Pratt, police confirmed Monday night. Police, fire and EMS crews were called to the residence in the 600 block of South High Street in Pratt shortly after 2:30 p.m Monday. The twins'
The Pratt County standoff that lasted nearly six hours Monday was the result of a report of a suicidal woman, a news release from Pratt County Sheriff Vernon Chinn stated...Monday at a home about two miles east of Isabel in southern Pratt County.