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Double Trouble for Emmett Dalton

In salute to Dalton Defender Days in Coffeyville this weekend, the Montgomery County Chronicle provides its annual feature story featuring some aspect of the Dalton raid of 1892. This year’s feature story focuses on Emmett Dalton, the lone survivor of … Continue reading

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Delinquent property tax list: all townships

CANEY TOWNSHIP KATHERINE A ABBOTT, AT 000561, 11-35-14, $1,117.51. FRED ALBRECHT, Havana Country Club Add, AT 001681, 18-34-14, $419.87. LONNY W & DIANA L ALLEN, AT 000283, 16-34-14, $541.63. LONNY W & DIANA L ALLEN, AT 000283A1, 16-34-14, $376.94. LONNY … Continue reading

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Delinquent property tax list: Independence city

INDEPENDENCE CITY A T RENTALS, West Side Add, Lot 8, IC 004957, $306.55. ABBOTT FAMILY REV LIV TRST; EARL T ABBOTT SR, South Side Hghts Add, Lot 12, Block 12, IC 003966, $258.69. ACHESON TRST, VEROLA D ACHESON TRSTOR, Orig … Continue reading

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Delinquent property tax list: Caney, Cherryvale, Elk City, Havana, Liberty and Tyro cities

CANEY CITY KEITH L SR, PHYLLIS F & NEVA O ACUFF, First Add, Lot 9 & 10, Block 41, AC 000755, $393.39. NEVA O ACUFF, First Add, AC 000751, $427.62. FLORENCIO & ELENA G AGUIRRE, Brooks Add, AC 001213, $669.34. … Continue reading

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Delinquent property tax list : Coffeyville, Dearing cities

COFFEYVILLE CITY ROBERT P ABALOZ, Selby SubW/2Blk1 CityPark, Lot 5, Block 1, CC 005643, $814.59. ACP 1 LLC, Commercial Club 3rd Add, Lot 9, Block 5, CC 004621, $634.86. ERNEST A & SALVADOR A ADAME, Barrett Park Add, Lot 15, … Continue reading

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TEEN TO BE TRIED AS AN ADULT IN FEBRUARY DEATH OF BROCK SANDERS OF CANEY

By Andy Taylor chronicle@taylornews.org INDEPENDENCE — A 17-year-old teenager from Caney will be classified as an adult while facing a first-degree murder charge in a February homicide. On Friday, Judge Jeffrey Gettler ruled that enough factors exists to have Stevan … Continue reading

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Missing: Without a Trace

Forty years later, case of missing Coffeyville native remains unsolved BY ANDY TAYLOR chronicle@taylornews.org Forty years after the abduction of a Loy (Gillespie) Evitts, the Kansas City, Mo., Police Department continues to study any clue into the whereabouts of the … Continue reading

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The Wait Is Over

Remains of Air Force pilot shot down over Laos in 1969 to be returned home for burial BY ANDY TAYLOR chronicle@taylornews.org The wait is over for the family of a Montgomery County native who was shot down on a secret … Continue reading

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Darkened deed under a fatal flame: the story of the death of Ralph Paris

BY ANDY TAYLOR chronicle@taylornews.org
 CANEY — Ralph Paris never got a chance to see the spectacle that caught the nation’s eye in 1906. Paris, a young man from Winfield, Kan., described by a newspaper as being “well-behaved,” was one of … Continue reading

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INDEPENDENCE CITIZENS “WILLED THEMSELVES” TO SOLVE WATER CRISIS

BY ANDY TAYLOR chronicle@taylornews.org INDEPENDENCE — Independence city commissioners and city staff — appearing frazzled, sleepy, and unwashed — for several days, applauded Independence residents early Friday in resolving a water crisis that nearly shut down the community for a … Continue reading

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