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Drowning highlights importance of boating safety

Memorial Day is Monday and that means the unofficial beginning of summer. So, starting this weekend, folks will be flocking to the state’s many lakes.
However, this boating season comes on the heels of a tragic drowning. A Kansas man died Sunday afternoon after a boat carrying him and two other people capsized on Tuttle Creek Lake near Manhattan. The Associated Press reported that two men and a woman were in a  fishing boat when it capsized near the mouth of Tuttle Cove. A nearby fisherman pulled a man and the woman out of the water, but couldn’t ...


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