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Small earthquake reported in south-central Kansas

Kansas began seeing a spike in earthquakes in 2014 that were blamed on wastewater injection wells from oil and gas production.

Jones did not practice until Friday, when he worked on a limited basis. He was questionable on the final injury report.

Anton Tasich, the long-time owner of Anton’s Coffee Shop, died Friday at the age of 88. His Springfield restaurant opened in 1974.

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Missing woman from Independence has ties to Springfield area

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