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Senator Elaine Bowers (R-Cloud County) would like to recognize the hard work put in by her staff who has assisted her during the 2018 legislative session. Her staff consists of Office and Committee Assistant Randi Walters, of Topeka; and Legislative
Wesley Williams, intern for Senator Bowers
Washington D.C.- Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D. seconds the President's notion that we should strengthen our nation’s background checks to own a firearm and emphasize mental health in these evaluations. Rep. Marshall wants to make sure that guns ar
Washington D.C.- Today the House of Representatives unanimously passed Congressman Roger Marshall's bill, H.R. 4675 the Low Dose Radiation Research Act of 2017. This was a very special moment for Dr. Marshall as it was his first stand-alone bill to p
Washington D.C.- Congressman Marshall M.D. recently received the wheat advocate award from the National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) and the Kansas Association of Wheat Growers (KAWG).
Washington D.C.-Congressman Marshall voted in support of the two-year budget plan. He released the following statement on his vote: “Today we delivered on our promise to our men and women in uniform, I am proud that this bill finally fully funds
Marshall Dedicates Pay to Military Families Washington D.C.- Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D. issued the following statement after Senate Democrats voted against the bill to keep our government open and extend the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
Washington D.C.- Today Congressman Roger Marshall's bill, H.R. 4675 the Low Dose Radiation Research Act of 2017, passed through the Science, Space, and Technology Committee.
TOPEKA – (December 26, 2017) – Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt has asked President Donald Trump to assert oversight of federal regulations promulgated by “independent” federal agencies.
Congressman Roger Marshall will host a series of town halls continuing his Listening Tour through the Big First District.
The total write-in votes from yesterday’s election are unofficial until the Phillips County Commissioners canvass the results at their regularly scheduled meeting at 10:00 AM on Monday, November 13.
Republican gubernatorial candidate and current State Insurance Commissioner Ken Selzer, CPA visited Phillipsburg on September 25th.
Pledges to Bring Business Experience, Sound Judgment, and Transparency to Office Phillipsburg, KS (Sept. 10, 2017) – Phillipsburg native Lance Munyon declared his write-in candidacy for Mayor of Phillipsburg today.
The Phillips County Republican Central Committee held their 37th Annual “Old Fashioned Republican Picnic” at the Logan City Building in Logan, Kansas on August 26th.
TOPEKA – (August 17, 2017) - The National Association of Attorneys General will focus on strengthening efforts nationwide to combat elder abuse, Kansas Attorney General and NAAG President Derek Schmidt announced today.
105 County Unclaimed Property Tour Kansas State Treasurer Jake Laturner made the Phillips County stop of his 105 County Tour on Thursday, August 17, 2017. Laturner and his staffers were at the Phillips County Courthouse to help residents claim their share of over $174,000 of unclaim
At the August 7, 2017 City Council meeting, the Governing Body adopted Ordinance #1408 annexing and zoning property into the City of Phillipsburg.
At the August 7, 2017 City Council meeting, the Governing Body adopted Ordinance #1408 annexing and zoning property into the City of Phillipsburg.
Residents seeking to become an election candidate had until June 1 to file with the Phillips County Clerk.
Phillipsburg City wastewater rates will increase effective July 1, 2017.