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PDF Edition - Jun 08, 2016

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Fatal accident at Orbis

Orbis employee killed in workplace accident

OSAGE CITY – A Topeka man died early this morning when he apparently was crushed between a forklift and other equipment at the Orbis Corp. plastics plant, 515 S. 5th St., in Osage City, according to a press release from the Osage City Police Department.

PDF Edition - June 01, 2017

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Healthy grilling 101

Eat well to be well

Grilling season is in full swing and there’s nothing that quite distinguishes summer from all other seasons like the sounds, smells and tantalizing taste of barbequed meat. Before you get set to grilling nonstop know there can be some health downsides to this mainstream Americana ritual. It doesn’t mean you have to forego grilling just be smart about how to grill as healthy as possible.

Indians send 14 qualifiers to State

The Osage City track team qualified 14 athletes and will be bringing five alternates to compete in the State Championships in Wichita. Indians will compete in 12 different events. Of the athletes who qualified, Carter Swindale placed first in the Regionals for javelin, setting a new school record.

Regional Champions:
Carter Swindale - javelin (breaking school record).
Claire Crawford - discus.
Girls 4 x 800m - Joy Steele, Miah McCue, Britney Wilkins, and Kenna Butterfield.

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