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Kinsley woman dies after falling from mule

VASSAR— Faye Ann Dye, 57, of Kinsley, was killed after falling from a mule Dec. 15 near Lamont Hill.

The Osage County Sheriff's Office was called around 6 p.m. that evening to a woman who had fallen from a mule. According to a press release issued by the department, two subjects had been riding mules near the 23000 block of State Highway 368, when a loud vehicle scared the mules into running, dislodging Kinsley.

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Osage City Wrestling Club wins $2,500 grant

OSAGE CITY—The Osage City Wrestling Club got a boost this week, learning they were one of five small division recipients of a $2,500 grant through the Liberty Mutual Insurance Responsible Sports program.

The club and organizer Jamy Dunbar made a mission of gathering community support through friends and family members visiting the Liberty Mutual site and answering a short quiz about responsible sports.

Elderly woman dies after being thrown from mule

Around 6 p.m. Sunday evening, The Osage County Sheriff's Office was called to Lamont Hill to treat a 65-year old woman who had fallen from a mule. According to a press release issued by the department, two subjects had been riding mules near the 23000 block of State Highway 368, when a loud vehicle cause of the mules to buck, throwing the rider.

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.WINTRY WEATHER TO RETURN THIS EVENING AND TONIGHT...
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