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Shooter Kills Three at Kansas City’s Jewish Community Center

Shooter Kills Three. Two were not Jewish. By Dwight Widaman | As a performance of “To Kill a Mockingbird” was to begin this afternoon at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas ...

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Free Car Care Clinic Saturday

Christian Brothers Automotive in Shawnee is offering a Car Care 101 Seminar on Saturday, April 12th at 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. This event is FREE and open to the public. We ...

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5K Run Promotes STEM fields to Urban Youth

By Kharissa Forte | A science fair, 100-meter mascot dash and local vendors are what make A Walk for Education 5K a family friendly community event. This will be the first 5K ...

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Global Outreach Day Seeks Church Participation June 14

By Kharissa Forte | “Everyone can reach someone, and together we can reach the world,” is the mission phrase behind Global Outreach Day celebrated on June 14. The international event stems from ...

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Missouri and Kansas Caught in Sinaloa Drug Cartel’s Grip

From Johnson County, Kansas to Platte County, Missouri: Cartel’s presence is labeled as “significant” By Dwight Widaman | On Feb. 22, Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán, leader of the Mexican-based Sinaloa drug cartel, ...

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Central UMC Hosts Free One-Day Prom Dress Boutique

Blessed Dress: Empowering Girls One Free Dress At A Time Central United Methodist Church is hosting its one day only Prom Dress Boutique: Blessed Dress on Saturday, April 5 from 9 a.m. to 6 ...

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Late-Term Teen Abortions Under Scrutiny in Kansas

Kansas Fights to Strip License of Doc Who Sent Pre-Teen Girls for Late-Term Abortions by Kathy Ostrowski | LifeNews.com    The Kansas State Healing Arts Board voted unanimously late last week to ...

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Christians are Bad Tippers and Other Lies

By Dwight Widaman | Editor   Just a few minutes ago I heard a story on Christian radio that Christians are, you guessed it, bad tippers. It’s a convenient story that even ...

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Debate Begins on Kansas Court Ruling on School Finances

KS Supreme Court: Legislators made ‘unconstitutional’ school funding choices By Travis Perry │ Kansas Watchdog OSAWATOMIE, Kan. — In a long-awaited decision, the Kansas Supreme Court on Friday ruled that state lawmakers ...

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Local Media Called Out Over Disturbing Trend

While familiar faces disappear, younger and more liberal broadcasters are changing Kansas City TV and radio “news” By John Altevogt | Metro Voice Contributor You don’t have to be a veteran Kansas ...

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Kansas Moves to Keep State Aid Out of Casinos, Strip Clubs

Effort is to ensure welfare payments are reaching needy children was late, but still welcome. By Travis Perry KansasWatchdog.org — Could Kansas kids be going without necessities because one or both of ...

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KC Welcomes its First Christian, Urban, FM Radio Station

It was a hard road that led to God’s goodness   By Kharissa Forte | Metro Voice   On Friday, Feb. 28, Concrete Truth Community Network will host a support party in ...

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Of Presidents and Peasants

Hundreds of Youth Participate in the 2nd Annual Peasants’ Day Feast Shawnee, Kan. — Today, on President’s Day, instead of just taking a day off from school, hundreds of Kansas City area ...

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Opportunity to Hear Botswana Ambassador to U.S. Friday

Heritage Christian Academy welcomes the Ambassador of Botswana — February 7, 2014   Heritage Christian Academy will host Tebeleo Mazile Seretse, Ambassador of the Republic of Botswana to the United States for ...

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Homeless Ministry Celebrates 10 Years Serving Needy

Hope Faith Ministries (HFM), an equipping day center that serves the needs of the homeless and less fortunate in Kansas City, is celebrating its 10-year anniversary in 2014. Founded by a small ...

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