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Dodge City Daily Globe - Dodge City, KS
Posted at 8:45 AM

The Navy sent out search planes. The dog's owner scanned the sea in his tiny fishing vessel. For days, he refused to let go of Luna's long pink leash, he was hoping against hope he'd have reason to use it again. But time wore on, and still Luna was nowhere to be found.

Posted at 8:45 AM

There are two types of movies that are vastly improved by a live audience's reaction: comedy and horror. "Green Room" contains a little of both. It is great on its own, but really feeds off the energy of a crowd.

Updated at 8:20 AM

Donald Trump isn't hoping to mend broken relationships with many of his detractors from the Republican Party.

Updated at 8:12 AM

Coming off a huge win that all but guaranteed Donald Trump the Republican party's nomination for president, the real-estate mogul tweeted early Wednesday defending one of his Democratic rivals.

Posted at 7:30 AM

The nominees for the 2016 Tony Awards were announced Tuesday morning, and my condolences for everyone who isn't in Hamilton. The breakout musical got a record 16 total nominations, including for Best Musical, Best Actor in a Musical, Best Actress in...

Updated at 5:14 AM

About a week ago, Ted Cruz was mathematically eliminated from the Republican race, but it wasn’t until Donald Trump’s resounding victory on Tuesday in Indiana that Cruz threw in the towel.

Posted at 1:01 AM

City commissioners approved a new election cycle on Monday that would move city elections to November of odd-years. Approval was made due to Kansas House Bill 2104 that moved city elections from April in even-numbered years to the November...

Posted at 1:01 AM
Posted at 1:01 AM

t’s time to put a little bling into spring. Boots & Beer, the annual fundraiser for the Boot Hill Museum in Dodge City, will be held on Friday at the museum. "It’s our biggest fundraiser every year," said Lara Brehm,...

Posted at 1:01 AM

More than a 100 sixth grade students swarmed downtown on Tuesday and today as a part of National Historic Preservation Month. In its fifth year, the activity is a way to educate the public on our historic sites, especially reaching out...

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