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New Activities Added to EasterFest in North Topeka

The Great Football Toss, where kids & adults can throw small footballs at a target on the ground to win one of four bicycles, will be a new event at EasterFest in ...

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Benedictine College Honors 50th Anniversary of “Humanae Vitae”

To those not paying attention, it may not seem newsworthy that a Catholic college would honor a papal encyclical, but Humanae Vitae is no ordinary encyclical, and Benedictine is no ordinary Catholic ...

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Fires, dust storms plague Kansas this week

Winds approaching hurricane force and dry conditions fueled dangerous fires yesterday with gusts of 70 miles per hour in western Kansas challenging firefighters. Wildfires continue to burn across several Kansas Counties Wednesday ...

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Kobach goes to court to fight legal challenge to Kansas’ proof-of-citizenship law

A Kansas law requiring proof of citizenship on voter registration forms goes on trial this week in federal court. Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach wants to prove his assertions that voter fraud ...

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Topeka native tapped to run Trump campaign

Brad who? President Trump has hired Topeka native Brad Parscale, the digital media director of his 2016 campaign, to run his re-election bid, the campaign announced. But who is Brad Parscale? He’s ...

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Just 4 hate groups remain in Kansas, 18 in Missouri

The number of hate groups in Missouri went down from 24 to 18, and in Kansas the number currently stands at just 4. The numbers are according to a recently released report by ...

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Kansas Has a New Governor

Governor Jeff Colyer was sworn in as the 47th governor of Kansas at 3 p.m. January 31 in the Capitol rotunda in Topeka, accompanied by First Lady Ruth Colyer and their daughters, ...

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Kansas church to build its own mini-town with “nightclub”

One of the largest churches in Kansas is getting into retail and residential development with plans to build a mini-town. Central Community Church in Wichita plans to build a 280-home community on ...

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Christian College Expo features schools from 17 states

Christian Colleges to descend on Kansas City February 24 for free annual Christian College Expo. For the 20th year, the Midwest Christian College Expo returns to Kansas City with a wide variety of booths and information ...

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Bleeding Kansas Series Returns

Dramatic interpretations and talks about the violent territorial and civil war history of Kansas, from 1854-1865, will highlight the 2018 annual Bleeding Kansas series, which begins January 28. The programs are held ...

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CWA of Kansas is on the move!

CWA of Kansas is part of Concerned Women for America (CWA).  CWA is the largest public policy women’s organization in the nation.  As an organization they are committed to conservative issues such ...

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Local National Day of Prayer Events Announced

National Day of Prayer will take place Thursday, May 4. This year’s theme is “For Your Great Name’s Sake! Hear us …Forgive us …Heal us!”, which is taken from Daniel 9:19. “We ...

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Tim Hawkins comedy will bust your gut

The gut-busting comedy of Tim Hawkins comes to Wichita with entertainment fit for the entire family while doubling down on the funny. It’s a daunting task in an age where the obscene ...

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You Visited Me In Prison

Faith groups partnering with states to help make released convicts productive citizens.   Jesus’ words in Matthew 25:36 are among the most quoted from the New Testament: “I was in prison and ...

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Don’t miss these deadlines for the Nov. 8 election

Voter registration deadlines for election loom in Kansas and Missouri By ANITA WIDAMAN Voting is a rite of passage in our home. We have taken our girls to vote with us since ...

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