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The right lane of southbound K-7 at Kansas Avenue is now open to all traffic, after a fuel spill closed a lane.

According to the Kansas Department of Transportation, the fuel spill on K-7 has been removed and the traffic incident was cleared.

The right lane at eastbound I-70 at 7th Street, where there was another fuel spill, was cleaned up and reopened shortly before 5 p.m.

Several area students have been named to the dean’s honor roll at Wichita State University.

Students on the dean’s honor roll are enroll full time and have at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Those on the dean’s list from Bonner Springs: Melissa N. Cisneros.

Those on the dean’s list from Kansas City, Kan.: Mario A. Hawkins-Myers, Christian R. Osuna, Katherine O. Osuna, David A. Selleck, Andrea L. Stitt and Samantha A. Watson.

by Alan Hoskins

The longest running tournament of its kind in the greater Kansas City area, the 38th annual Wyandotte County Open Golf Championship will be held Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 9-10, at Sunflower Hills.

Sponsored by Danny’s Bar and Grill in Piper Plaza at 109th and Parallel Parkway, the 36-hole stroke tournament will have six men’s flights and two ladies flights. The cost is $90 and includes one practice round to be played no later than Aug. 6 and two tournament rounds. Tee times will be available on Thursday, Aug. 7.

Kansas City’s longest putt contest will be held on the putting clock on Saturday. Closest to the hole prizes will be awarded on all four par 3 holes both days along with a long drive contest on No. 10. Closest to the hole on No. 16 on Saturday will win a $100 gift certificate to the Sunflower Hills pro shop while the closest on Sunday will win a foursome at Sunflower Hills via TeeQuest.com.

In addition to three rounds of golf, the $90 entry fee will include a tee package sponsored by Danny’s Bar and Grill, a hot dog lunch on Saturday provided by Farmland Foods and a Sunday dinner provided by the Sunflower Hills snack shop. Persons may enter at Sunflower Hills; by phone at 913-573-8570; or by email at SunflowerHills@aol.com.

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