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How to get more done by working less

When Leonardo Da Vinci was working on his masterpiece painting of The Last Supper, he would work in a flurry for several days straight, and then, without warning, would break for a ...

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Dave Says – Investigate your options

Need some financial advice? Debt and income crisis? Pay off the house first? Check cashing? Taxes? Credit Cards? Check out what folks are asking Dave Ramsey.   Investigate your options   Dear ...

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PGA Championship 2019: Phil Mickelson says this new golf rule has made ‘huge difference’

There’s a new golf rule change on Tour that’s garnering praise on the putting surface — and no, it has nothing to do with the flagsticks. In 2019, the USGA changed its rules to allow golfers ...

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“Kids Ride Free!” all summer on Topeka city busses

Topeka kids can now look forward to a break from school, with summer right around the corner, as well as a free transportation around Topeka on city busses. Since the summer of ...

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Registration ongoing for 2019 Sunflower State Games

Registration is ongoing for the 30th Anniversary of The Sunflower State Games, Kansas’ own Olympic style sports festival. The 2019 Sunflower State Games will take place July 12-28 in Topeka and will ...

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How child molesters think and act and how to protect children from them

As previously reported in the Metro Voice, scandals involving child molesters are rampant. The release of the documentary, Leaving Neverland, recently has increased the national conversation about pedophilia and child molestation. A ...

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Felicity Huffman, in tears, pleads guilty in college bribery scandal

Actress Felicity Huffman, known for her role in Desperate Housewives, broke down in tears in federal court in Boston Monday, as she pleaded guilty to a scheme to boost her daughter’s SAT scores. ...

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‘It’s time to rise up,’ Venezuelan general tells military officers in video

A Venezuelan general has called on the country’s armed forces to rise up against President Nicolas Maduro, who has relied on the backing of the military to hold on to power despite an ...

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Need help forgiving others? Let these quotes from Scripture guide you

Forgiving is one of those fundamental lessons we try and teach our kids from an early age: when siblings bicker or hurt each other, or if friends break a toy. Yet when ...

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Why every spending decision is an investing decision

We all would like great health and physical fitness, but only people with self-discipline achieve such goals. Other areas of life are the same way. Investing time, commitment, and sacrifice into your ...

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Two $500 closest to pin prizes offered in golf tournament benefiting Topeka Youth Project

The 22nd Annual Topeka Youth Project’s Tee Off for Youth Golf Tournament will take place Friday, June 14, 2019, at Village Greens Golf Course in Ozawkie. The tournament is sponsored by Reser’s ...

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The cure for our culture of contempt: Love your enemies

New York Times bestselling author and economist Arthur C. Brooks says America is being ripped apart by bitterness and contempt, fomented by public bullies and self-interested leaders – but following the plan ...

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Jake Tapper admits that Trump did not call neo-Nazis and white supremacists ‘very fine people’

Joe Biden, in his candidacy announcement, tried to convince people that Trump is at worst a white supremacist and at best a white supremacist sympathizer. Jim Acosta is happily touting that narrative. Here’s ...

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Searching for the meaning of masculinity on a Kansas college campus

For nine weeks, Zyrie Berry-Henricks has been meeting with four other University of Kansas students to try to answer the question: What does it mean to be a man? It’s part of ...

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Lightning strikes Kansas airport

Airport surveillance cameras captured the incredible moment lightning strikes the tarmac at Hutchinson Airport. A lightning strike during a May 5 storm damaged a portion of the airport’s main apron. Photos were ...

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Depression doesn’t have to be a dirty word

In our popular culture, depression is deemed a dirty word.  Many of us are ashamed to acknowledge to ourselves and to others that we can’t muster enough strength to get out of ...

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Why God? Why?

I was recently visiting with some high school seniors and asked them what their classmates thought about God.  “They’re sometimes confused,” they said.  I asked them to explain. “They see bad things ...

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‘Hindu Extremists’ launch brutal attack on Indian Christians during prayer meeting

A group of Indian Christians was brutally attacked while gathering during a prayer gathering earlier this month. The savage beatings, perpetrated by six violent Hindu nationalists, took place at Praise the Lord ...

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Guinness tells marathon-running nurse: no skirt, no record

A British nurse who ran the London Marathon in her uniform says she has been denied a Guinness World Records listing because she wasn’t wearing a skirt. Jessica Anderson ran last week’s ...

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North Topeka activities include Chalk Walk

NOTO Arts District is getting out the sidewalk chalk and attempting to cover each square of concrete sidewalk within two blocks with art. The 6th Annual Two Block Chalk Walk will be ...

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Virginia head coach Tony Bennett finds peace and perspective in his faith in Christ

After earning a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year, Virginia couldn’t avoid the talk of losing in the first round again. In 2018, coach Tony Bennett ...

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Simplify your morning routine to get more out of your day

Some people wake up each morning refreshed, bright-eyed and ready to take on the day. Others slap the snooze button repeatedly and drag themselves begrudgingly from a cocoon of blankets. Whether you ...

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How to know if your parent has dementia

We’ve all forgotten a person’s name, where we put our keys, or whether we locked the front door after we’ve left home. While these things indicate lapses in memory, experiencing them from ...

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“Best tournament of the year” benefits Pancreatic Cancer research

Spring is here, summer’s near, and it’s that time of year – time to gear up for the 17th Annual Rod Rogers Memorial Golf Tournament benefitting KU Cancer Center. The event is ...

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LIFE LESSONS FROM A LITTLE ONE – Promised victory

Last month I wrote about a little boy who maintained a countenance of joy and hope, even when met with constant defeat along the way. A boy who aspires to be a ...

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