The Kansas Genealogical Society will meet at 2 p.m. July 14 in the upper level meeting room at the Village Square Mall, Dodge City. The program, “Settling the Sea of Grass: Many Communities, One State” will be the presentation and discussion by Dr. Jay M. Price, Professor of History at Wichita State University.
According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, gangs are expanding, evolving and posing an increased threat to U.S. communities.
At first glance, it may seem that violent crime is on the rise, but according to Dodge City Chief of Police Craig Mellecker, the number of violent crimes in our community are declining.
The University of Kansas is inviting the public to visit its Native Medicinal Plant Research Garden.
Ford County Fire and EMS has determined that a discarded cigarette started the fire near Wright over the weekend. The fire occurred on US 400 near mile marker 131, about seven miles east of Dodge.
For the first time since 1989, the Residence Life staff at Dodge City Community College is spending a busy summer completing two new tasks. First, incoming freshman and sophomore women are being assigned to a brand new hall. And second, male students are being assigned to Coleman-Webb hall for the first time in many years (previously an all women’s hall).
Something akin to the Abbott & Costello 'who's on first?' routine has happened over the course of the weekend. Late last week, three federal judges created new boundaries that change the lines dividing state House, state Senate and State Board of Education districts.
Since 1947 the Prairie Schooners 4-H club has been a staple in Ford County. Today they are probably the smallest club, with only three families, but they are still doing their part to better themselves and the community they live in.
Montezuma is getting ready for their 100th anniversary and to celebrate, the community and city council are planning a weekend celebration June 29, 30 and July 1.
The organizers of this year's Relay for Life fundraiser want the community to remember that cancer doesn't stop or fluctuate with the economy.
Earlier this week we asked our Facebook fans to answer the following question; "Dodge City's 140th anniversary will be celebrated in less than two weeks, what are your favorite things about Dodge City?" We told them that their responses may be edited for content and clarity and used in a new series in the Globe.
Authorities say Kansas businessman, Ronald Bramlage, his wife and their four children were killed when their small plane crashed into a swampy area of central Florida.