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Dodge City Daily Globe - Dodge City, KS
Updated at 2:34 PM

Timothy Egan ventures an answer to the question above:

Updated at 1:18 PM

QuadMed, a company that manages 120 clinics and recently signed a deal with Walmart, may take residence at the Ford County health campus for on-site or near-site primary care for local employers, including Ford County.

Updated at 1:06 PM

As my dad always told me when I was a kid dumping trashcans and wiping ashtrays in buildings he cleaned after he finished working his day job, every job is important.

Updated at 12:58 PM

A Dodge City doctor is changing his business model with fewer patients, less insurance hassles and a subscription service, saying it will improve care, reduce patient costs and reclaim his life.

Updated at 12:17 PM

Dave Granlund cartoon on the New York Ebola case.

Posted at 12:00 PM False
Updated at 10:42 AM

Election Day is fast approaching — a fact of which you are no doubt aware, as political ads flood the airwaves, campaign messages clog your social media feeds and email inboxes, and candidates (often with their politically connected friends in tow)...

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