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Author Archives: Lee Hartman

2021 KC Chiefs schedule features a tough opening stretch

Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs 2021 schedule was released Wednesday evening, and there were a number of interesting things to take away from the schedule. A Tough Opening Stretch Four of Kansas City’s first ...

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Kansas News Briefs: Wichita door camera records mountain lion

news

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — In Kansas news, Wildlife officials say a Wichita doorbell camera captured video of a mountain lion trotting along a residential back alley earlier this week. Kansas Department of ...

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Report: Zuckerberg’s grant program demanded control of elections

elections

The Amistad Project, an election integrity organization that has spent much time since November reviewing the outside and possibly illegal influences on the 2020 president election, already has filed a complaint with ...

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Christian university student leaders refuse to approve conservative club

University

Student government leaders at Point Loma Nazarene University denied Turning Point USA’s request to become a chartered club. The leaders and a university official at the private Christian university in San Diego ...

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C5Alive featured speaker is also Chaplain of the Kansas Senate

C5Alive

Cecil Washington, Jr. will be the featured speaker at the May C5Alive POWER Luncheon. In addition to serving as Pastor in a local church, Washington also serves as Chaplain of the Kansas ...

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New book based on LifeWay Research shows VBS is ‘Worth It’

Many of today’s American adults have fond memories of Vacation Bible School (VBS). Memories range from Bible stories and fun songs to flower-shaped cookies and Kool-Aid in Dixie cups. “It’s Worth It” ...

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Dem. governor halts Kansas effort to protect women’s sports; override falls one vote short

women’s sports

Conservative legislators have failed to override Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly’s veto of a bill to protect women’s sports in the state’s schools. The Senate vote on Monday to override Kelly was 26-14, ...

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Topeka to celebrate reopening of Great Overland Station

Great Overland Station

A celebration of the reopening of Topeka’s Great Overland Station is set for May 7. Festivities will begin at 4:30 p.m. with a ribbon cutting, vendor booths, musical performances, NOTO artists painting ...

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National Day Of Prayer event to be held at Capitol in Topeka

prayer

The National Day Of Prayer will be observed this year on May 6. Perhaps there has never been a time the people were more desperate for prayer and breakthrough in our city ...

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5 tips for managing high cholesterol

High cholesterol

High cholesterol is one of the major controllable risk factors for coronary heart disease, heart attack and stroke, but typically shows no symptoms. Understanding the role cholesterol plays, potential risk factors and ...

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15 best-paying side jobs for seniors

jobs for seniors

Retirement can be a ton of fun. After decades of grinding out long hours, you can finally sit back, kick your feet up and relax. Oftentimes, though, people can get tired of ...

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Gov. Kelly vetoes transgender ban in girls’ sports

transgender

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly on Thursday vetoed a bill barring transgender athletes from competing in girls’ and women’s sports, saying the legislation would endanger the state’s business climate and send a “devastating message that ...

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Citizens Potawatomi Nation to dedicate Skyline Park interpretive signs on Burnett’s Mound

Skyline Park

Officials of the Citizens Potawatomi Nation will formally dedicate interpretive signs placed at the entrance to Skyline Park at 3 p.m. on April 29. Citizens Potawatomi Nation Chairman John “Rocky” Barrett will ...

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Topeka Tulip Time includes festival today at Lake Shawnee

Tulip Time

Jerold Binkley Tulip Time 2021 lasts from April 9-25. The event features nearly 100,000 tulips and flowering bulbs in Shawnee County Parks + Recreation’s three featured gardens – Ted Ensley Gardens at ...

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3 ways to make your yard a safe haven for beautiful birds

birds

Without a few measures in place, your home and garden could be hazardous to birds. Here are some great ways to create a safe haven for beautiful flying visitors. Garden organically: Conventional ...

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How to avoid the new tax increase on retirement accounts

retirement accounts

Last month we discussed the SECURE Act and its projected $15.7 billion tax increase on beneficiaries of tax deferred retirement accounts (like 401(k)s, 403(bs), TSPs, IRAs, etc.). The only ones excluded from ...

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Shawnee County decides to end mask mandate

health orders, mask mandate

The Shawnee County Commission decided at their meeting Thursday April 15 that the county’s mask mandate would end at midnight. Private businesses, non-profits and other organizations will now decide for themselves if ...

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Top diet tips to beat the Quarantine Bulge

quarantine bulge

I gained four pounds the first month of quarantine, the beginning of the quarantine bulge. I blame the evil mix of gym closings, excessive yoga pant wear, and the fact that peanut ...

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Seminary degree helps ORU coach create winners on and off basketball court

basketball

Paul Mills, who recently coached the Oral Roberts University basketball team to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament, may be the first college coach to have a seminary degree. Mills grew ...

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Boost Your Immune System from Coronavirus or Any Other Germ

immune system

Overcoming any virus, flu, bacterial infection or coronavirus begins by understanding your immune system is different from your neighbor, sibling and or spouse.  This is important because your immune system is what ...

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Supreme Court rules against California’s Covid-19 restrictions on in-home religious gatherings

religious gatherings

The U.S. Supreme Court said Friday that California must lift its coronavirus restrictions on in-home prayer meetings and other home-based religious gatherings. Five conservative justices noted that rules limiting indoor social gatherings to ...

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Downtown Topeka Farmers Market open for the season

Farmers Market

The Downtown Topeka Farmers Market is now open on Saturday’s through Nov. 7, from 7:30 a.m. to noon, at 12th & Harrison, south of the Judicial Building. The open-air market is full ...

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Kansas law banning dismemberment abortion of live babies in the womb blocked by judge

dismemberment abortion

A Shawnee County Judge has issued an opinion siding with Kansas City-area abortionists and striking down a law prohibiting the brutal practice of live dismemberment abortion. The 2015 law received overwhelming bi-partisan support in the Kansas legislature and is ...

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FROM THE CHEAP SEATS – Baseball: Hope springs eternal

baseball

There’s one thing that I truly enjoy about the beginning of baseball season – the fact that every team is 0-0 and hopeful that they have the right ingredients to produce a ...

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New alternative health care business opens in Topeka

health care

A local Topeka woman has opened a new health care business in southwest Topeka. Danyle Harvey-Strauss, a veteran, is the owner and visionary for Empower Life, a one-stop-shop network for health and ...

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