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Caution urged for holiday travelers

Motorists pass under the “Happy Holidays” street decoration on north Main Wednesday afternoon. The sign will see a lot of traffic as travelers hit the roads for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

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Next week Kansas roads will be busy with Thanksgiving holiday travelers going to and from grandmother’s house or other destinations. It is also time to take extra care when hitting the road, local and state safety officials said.
“Due to the fact that we are getting close to Thanksgiving and many individuals may be traveling, I would encourage everyone to check the weather forecast before they leave,” said Amy Miller, Barton County emergency management director. Also, “let someone know when you are leaving and when you expect to arrive at your destination. 
She also suggested telling them what route ...

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