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Stressed? Here’s a quick and easy way to relax

stressed

If you, like millions of Americans, feel stressed out and in need of a long vacation you can’t afford to take, don’t sweat it. There is a lot you can do to ...

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Five tips for buying your first home

home

Low interest rates and a desire for more space as COVID-19 led people to spend more time at home are boosting demand for homeownership. According to the National Association of Realtors, home ...

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Nearly 1/3 of investors 65+ sold at the stock market bottom

stock market

Typically when you fail to plan, you are planning to fail, and that applies to the stock market. It’s best to have a plan before trouble comes, rather than make emotional decisions ...

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Home design: How to bring more space into bathrooms

bathrooms

Today’s designers, architects and builders are creating modern bathrooms that are practical, luxurious, comfortable and accommodating. They know homeowners and homebuyers desire – even demand – these features regardless of the bathroom’s ...

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Hallmark Channel, other outlets refuse to run pro-life ad

pro-life

The Hallmark Channel is among several entertainment outlets that are refusing to air a pro-life ad from the Susan B. Anthony List. The advertisement is part of the group’s $2 million campaign ...

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Gov. Parson will sign prescription drug monitoring bill into law on Monday

prescription drug

Missouri on Monday will become the final state to enact a prescription drug monitoring program. Gov. Mike Parson plans to sign bipartisan legislation from Holly Rehder (R-Scott City) and Rep. Travis Smith (R-Dora) on ...

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A Kansas animal disease lab could help prevent the next pandemic

pandemic

At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, animal disease labs across the country stepped up to expand testing capacity, and they could play a role in preventing the next pandemic. Spillover events ...

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Forgive and be Forgiven

forgive

“I will never forgive him for what he did!” Have you ever said that to yourself about someone who deeply hurt you?  When someone you trust lies, physically abuses, verbally intimidates or ...

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Donna Lippoldt, founder of Culture Shield, is June C5 speaker in Topeka

Donna Lippoldt

Donna Lippoldt, founder of Culture Shield Network, will be the featured speaker at the June C5 POWER Luncheon. The purpose of Culture Shield is to inform, connect, and mobilize the Body of ...

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Chiefs’ Daniel Sorensen talks about faith and how he got his nickname

Daniel Sorensen

For Daniel Sorensen, the experience of winning a Super Bowl does not compare to being a disciple of Jesus Christ. Winning the biggest game of the year is a supreme thrill, but ...

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FROM THE CHEAP SEATS – It’s just like riding a bike

bike

Like most people, I received my first bike when I was quite young. I got it Christmas one year and I thought it was the greatest thing ever, even after I crashed ...

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Kansas City’s West Bottoms giving away free wedding package

West Bottoms

The summer wedding season is nearing, and many couples who delayed marriage during the pandemic plan to get married in 2021. Kansas City’s West Bottoms is helping out by giving away a ...

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Presbyterian Church (USA) is latest denomination to report losing membership, congregations

Presbyterian Church (USA)

The Presbyterian Church (USA) is the latest denomination to report troubling membership losses. The PCUSA lost approximately 56,000 active members and closed more than 100 congregations in 2020, according to a recent ...

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Lifeguard shortage affects Topeka pool openings

lifeguard

A national lifeguard shortage is being felt locally in Topeka. With most swimming pools and aquatic centers in Topeka having opened on May 29,  Shawnee County Parks + Recreation is still short ...

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Lifeguard shortage may affect Kansas pool openings this summer

lifeguard shortage

A national lifeguard shortage is being felt in cities all across Kansas. With swimming pools and aquatic centers in Topeka opening May 29 – Memorial Day weekend –  Shawnee County Parks + ...

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Topeka Pools, Aquatic Centers, and Adventure Cove with new floating playground open May 29

Adventure Cove

A ribbon cutting ceremony for the Grand Reopening of the Lake Shawnee Adventure Cove is set for 1 p.m. May 26 at the cove. The reopening will unveil the new floating playground, ...

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5 ways to help prevent the spread of illness

spread of illness

This year, as cold and flu season converges with the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to take precautions to help prevent the spread of illness and infection both in and out of the ...

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What is home sharing for seniors?

seniors

Due to COVID, we’ve all felt the strain of isolation at some time or another, but people living alone, especially seniors, have felt the effects especially hard. In fact, prolonged isolation can ...

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What does God think of your name?

name

“A good name is to be chosen rather than great riches, and favor is better than silver or gold” (Proverbs 22:1).  What do you think of that statement from the Bible?  It ...

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Spruce Up for Spring with these fresh ideas for home upgrades

home upgrades

Spring means it’s time to start sprucing up your home and garden with a little TLC and home upgrades. If you’re unsure where to begin, consider these tips: Make function a priority. ...

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Dave Says – Dealing with debt collectors

dave ramsey

Need some financial advice? Debt and income crisis? Pay off the house mortgage first? Check cashing? Taxes? Credit Cards? Check out what folks are asking Dave Ramsey.   Dealing with debt collectors   ...

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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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