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May 04, 2017 - PDF Edition

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Wet weather causes tree damage

Jan OglebyHerald-Chronicle

A combination of heavy rainfall last week and continued winds Saturday caused an elm tree in the Osage City yard of Doris and Gordon Combes to become uprooted. The tree was planted by the Combeses 50 years ago, soon after they completed the building of their home.

Spring is sprung

Tammy Schlingmann/Herald-Chronicle

Between all the rain and wind, a spring-like picture to cheer everyone. These pictures were taken at Grandma’s Garden, Santa Fe Park, Osage City

Water main break in Overbrook

Water line repair

Jim Koger, Overbrook City Clerk, has announced a water line break at the S.E. corner of the Kansas State Bank parking lot, alley east of Santa Fe Trail and Maple streets.

Crews are on site and hope to isolate it to the area on the east side of Maple north from Market Street to fifth Street, east to Walnut, and south to Market. Surrounding areas may also be affected.

Right now, there is no estimate as to how long the repair will take.

You may experience lowered pressures and some water discoloration.

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