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Flag poles considered potential ‘weapons’

By Martin Hawver Guest Columnist strange thing happened outside the Statehouse a week ago. A few protesters, who had registered their intention to hold a public forum on the south steps of the Statehouse and who had been...

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Morning Glory 4-H

Olivia Rogers Club reporter Morning Glory 4-H Club held a Day Camp for its members on June 27.  There was something for everyone. Attendees made cards for the nursing home, searched for bugs on an insect hunt, enjoyed outdoor...

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Public sector jobs out pace private

We’re not fans of career politicians. After a few terms in office, many officials seem to be more in tune with administrative staff, lobbyists, public unions and other professional politicians as opposed to their constituents....

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Governor releases statement on business aviation tax

Topeka –Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has released the following statement in reaction to President Obama’s call to end business aviation tax credits: “Business aviation is one of our state’s and our country’s leading exports,”...

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Blazers win 13-under Kansas state title

Posting a perfect 6-0 record, Coach Mark Mills’ 13-under Blazer baseball team captured the 13 AAA state title June 25 at Heritage Park, Overland Park, Kan. A number two seed, the Blazers breezed through pool play with a 3-0...

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Focus on basic services needed

“Please don’t raise our taxes again.” It’s a refrain we hear many times over – both on internet sites and in discussion. As our country celebrated Independence Day, interspersed with holiday fireworks, food and family,...

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