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The City of Atchison will hold a public hearing at noon Tuesday, May 26 in the City Commission Meeting Room for the purpose of considering an application to be submitted to the Kansas Department of Commerce for Community Development Block Grant funds under the CDBG-CV category supporting com…

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Monday evening, the Atchison City Commission voted unanimously to keep the Atchison Lions Pool closed until the summer of 2021.

Atchison City officials report there is a change of plans concerning the closure of a key intersection along one of the city's more prominent corridors. 

At the time of its installation, a gravestone might mainly be meant for the appreciation of the loved ones of the deceased, but over the limitless stretch of history, the gravestone’s educational purpose rises to the surface.

Following petitions during the public forum period of the City of Atchison governing body meeting on Monday, city leaders verbally concurred to review previous steps meant to prepare a storied Atchison park for private sale.

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Amid the beginning of the week and the impending 23rd Amelia Earhart Festival, the City of Atchison City Commission took steps to finalize its FY 2020 budget.

An annual balancing act looms in passing a municipal budget that meets the costs of City of Atchison needs while avoiding tax increases.

Atchison County residents will soon gain the ability to summon emergency help with a text message, in a new arrangement that confers various other benefits.

After 35 years, Mayor Allen Reavis is beginning a gradual transition of his ownership of Atchison Dental Associates, though he plans to continue working full time for the foreseeable future.

The head of the municipal staff will present on Monday the recommended 2019 budget during the first full meeting of the City of Atchison governing body.

The City of Atchison offered more information Monday on its settlement with a man it has sanctioned at various times since 1988 for public nuisances.

Governments at every level throughout the nation can be expected to lick their chops after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned this week a loophole on online retail sales tax.

Final action on stepped-up regulation of several downtown intersections is expected on Monday at the second and final Atchison governing body meeting of the month.