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Annual Red Kettle Campaign begins

The season of giving is right around the corner, and the familiar sound of bell ringing will announce the beginning of The Salvation Army’s annual Red Kettle Campaign.  The Salvation Army kicks ...

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Topeka opens drop-off sites for international Christmas project

This week, 5 sites in the Topeka area will be among 5,000 U.S. drop-off locations collecting shoebox gifts for children overseas during Operation Christmas Child’s National Collection Week, Nov. 12-19. Topeka families, ...

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Popular youth speaker will address students and adults about overcoming obstacles

Nathan Harmon is a man who is beyond passionate about what he does. He truly believes that every person he interacts with can be impacted and that every person can have a ...

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Top comedian comes to YFC Comedy Café

Michael Joiner is undoubtedly one of today’s most popular entertainers and comics. Whether it is nationwide sold-out comedy tours, films, hidden camera pranks or YouTube skits, the comedian demonstrates an extraordinary ability ...

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Topeka Metro Offers Free Rides on Election Day

There is no excuse for not voting in Topeka this election day. On Tuesday, November 6th, Topeka Metro will offer bus rides free of charge all day for fixed routes, and provide ...

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Safe Kids Kansas offers tips to keep trick-or-treaters safe

TOPEKA – On Halloween, ghosts and ghouls may give you a fright, but real dangers, like pedestrian accidents, falls, burns and poisonings are a scary reality. Safe Kids Kansas, the Kansas Department ...

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Times set for Lake Shawnee trout stocking, ribbon cutting at fishing pond

Lake Shawnee will be stocked with 7,000 pounds of rainbow trout at noon on Saturday, Oct. 27. The trout will be released at the main boat ramp. Following the stocking, the lake ...

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Salvation Army partners with Scotch Cleaners to provide warm coats

You may not know it judging by current temperatures, but winter will be blowing into Northeast Kansas sooner than many care to admit. The change in seasons has many digging out their ...

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Non-profit to open apartment building for women in need

You Can Begin Again/You Can Begin Again Too of Topeka, Kansas has announced the opening of a 10-unit apartment building to be used for young women who are aging out of the ...

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C5Alive invites all Topeka area pastors to appreciation luncheon

The annual C5Alive “Pastors Appreciation Luncheon” will be held Oct. 11 at Great Overland Station, and the featured speaker will be Jimmy Dodd, CEO and founder of PastorServe. Members and guests are ...

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Italian Festival Returns to Topeka

Christ the King Catholic Church, 5973 SW 25th St., will host its fourth annual family-friendly Italian festival, “Rome Sweet Home,” on Saturday, October 13, from 3:00 -7:30 p.m. on the parish grounds ...

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Danny Gokey’s first headline tour coming to Topeka

Danny Gokey is gearing up for his first-ever headline tour with this fall’s Hope Encounter. Also featuring GRAMMY® nominee Tauren Wells and breakout artist Riley Clemmons, the tour will hit 29 markets ...

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Equipping for the future: What that looks like for young TRM guests

Equipping looks different to different people, but Topeka Rescue Mission Ministries believes in starting during infancy and continuing throughout a person’s life span. The following gives a glimpse into how the ministry ...

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C5Alive Luncheons to feature Josh Jones, Jimmy Dodd, Lamar Hunt, Jr., Cody Foster

The next monthly C5Alive “POWER Luncheon” will be held September 13, 11:30am – 1 pm at the Vinewood Venue, 2848 SE 29th St. Featured speaker at the luncheon will be Josh Jones, ...

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New GraceMed clinic opens in former Dillon’s location

GraceMed has opened a central Topeka community health center in a vacant Dillon’s grocery store at 1400 S.W. Huntoon. They have closed their former location at 1615 S.W. 8th Ave. An Open ...

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