Million-dollar gift could turn dreams into reality for northside neighborhood

It is a property worth more than a million dollars in the north part of town, but the that owns the land and buildings in the 600 block of W. Atlantic decided they could accomplish more by never even listing it for sale.

Lawmakers last year approved Hutchinson's $102 million income tax cut.

The crash was shortly after 1:30 Wednesday afternoon near Turners.

Only widely scattered showers and storms are expected today with many areas remaining dry.

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