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The Neosho County Sheriff’s Office and police received “vague information” Thursday about alleged traffic stops that may have occurred within the Chanute city limits or near the city. 

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A 29-year-old Parsons woman is in the Labette County Jail in Oswego following a vehicle/pedestrian, hit-and-run accident Wednesday night that claimed the life of her boyfriend, William Alex Treiber, 29, of St. Paul.

Residents in parts of three counties are under boil advisories beginning Wednesday. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment issued the advisories for rural water districts in Montgomery, Cherokee and Neosho counties.

The South Kansas and Oklahoma Railroad (SKOL) will replace the tracks at the crossing on U.S. 400 in Montgomery County on Monday, April 6, weather permitting.

The number of unemployed Kansans has surged in the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic, but prior to the necessary social distancing precautions and stay-at-home orders that shut down many jobs, the statewide jobless picture was holding steady.

In recent weeks the Parsons Police Department has been able to update computers in patrol cars. This was a part of a larger-scale project that was initiated by Police Chief Robert Spinks to keep up with technology in policing. 

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The Parsons Sun is offering access to its coronavirus stories with no payment required. To continue supporting our reporting, please consider a digital subscription.

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The Parsons Sun is offering access to its coronavirus stories with no payment required. To continue supporting our reporting, please consider a digital subscription.

For the safety of our staff, our customers and the community at large, the Parsons Sun office is closed to the public effective Monday, March 30. As before, the office will be fully staffed and ready to help customers in a variety of ways.

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The Parsons Sun is offering access to its coronavirus stories with no payment required. To continue supporting our reporting, please consider a digital subscription. 

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The Parsons Area Community Foundation has paved the way for community improvement through donors’ charitable giving, providing better quality of life for people in and around Parsons for a nearly a quarter of a century.

The Parsons Sun is offering access to its coronavirus stories with no payment required. To continue supporting our reporting, please consider a digital subscription.

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 The Parsons Sun is offering access to its coronavirus stories with no payment required. To continue supporting our reporting, please consider a digital subscription.

The Parsons Sun is offering access to its coronavirus stories with no payment required. To continue supporting our reporting, please consider a digital subscription.

The Parsons Sun is offering access to its coronavirus stories with no payment required. To continue supporting our reporting, please consider a digital subscription.

Labette County USD 506 has filed its response to Labette County High School Assistant Principal Ed Raschen’s federal civil lawsuit alleging violations of the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) of 1994.

The Parsons Sun is offering access to its coronavirus stories with no payment required. To continue supporting our reporting, please consider a digital subscription.

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The Parsons Sun is offering access to its coronavirus stories with no payment required. To continue supporting our reporting, please consider a digital subscription.

The Parsons Sun is offering access to its coronavirus stories with no payment required. To continue supporting our reporting, please consider a digital subscription.