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Johnson County Republicans elect two conservative immigrants to lead the party

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The Republican Party in Johnson County, Kansas has a new public image after a surprise ending to a vote for party chair and other board positions. It has huge implications for the ...

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Barbara Bollier is no moderate

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Barbara Bollier’s entire campaign for U.S. Senate is built on a fiction that she hopes no one will challenge. As a member of the Johnson County delegation to the Kansas Legislature who ...

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Regional economy is improving as unemployment dips to 5.8%

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Although the economies of Missouri and Kansas were hit hard by the pandemic, things are improving as unemployment drops across the area. Creighton University’s August survey of supply managers and business leaders ...

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Oldest church bell in Kansas rings again over downtown Lawrence

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What is being called the oldest church bell in Kansas rings out over downtown Lawrence once again after being restored. The bell, a 150-year-old ringer as old as the Lawrence United Methodist ...

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New website becomes Online Farmer’s Market for Kansans

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In 2020, life has changed for both the farmer and the consumer. KSGrown.com was developed earlier this year out of a need to help both producers and consumers, to facilitate a direct ...

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Beatles vs. Stones show to perform at Topeka Performing Arts Center

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The debate between the Beatles and the Rolling Stones has been going on ever since they first crossed paths on the charts 54 years ago. The argument at the time, and one ...

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Back the Blue rally held prior to Topeka City Council’s special session draws large crowd

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A large crowd of approximately 500 people gathered ahead of Tuesday night’s special City Council meeting to support local police during a Back the Blue rally. The rally took place on the ...

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Saturday’s ‘Rolling Rally’ in Topeka draws attention to Tuesday’s Back the Blue Rally

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Topekans hit the streets on Saturday to show their support for local police with a Back the Blue “Rolling Rally,” complete with honking horns on vehicles decorated with signs and flags. The ...

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Family Research Council documents state funding of abortion industry

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A new study by the Family Research Council gives Missouri and Kansas credit for attempting to defund the abortion industry but also points out where work remains to be done. Missouri has ...

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Leaked audio now shows Goodyear lied in responding to policy

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Leaked audio now shows Goodyear executives lied when they denied the company was hindering the wearing of specific clothing with Blue Lives Matter slogans.The audio, which was secretly recorded by a Goodyear ...

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Goodyear under fire for ‘diversity’ training that disrespects police officers

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Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. is scrambling to avoid a nationwide boycott after a whistleblower released a slide from the company’s new diversity training course. The unidentified employee leaked the slide showing ...

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Police believe they have found body of missing wife of Kansas pastor

Authorities believe a body is likely that of Marilane Carter, the missing wife of Pastor Adam Carter of Overland Park, Kan. In a strange and so far inexplicable development, the body was ...

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KFL announces winners of 2020 Oratory Contest

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Kansans for Life hosted its annual oratory contest again this year to encourage teens to speak up for the value of human life. The 2020 David Gittrich Memorial Oratorical Contest was conducted ...

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Wife of Leawood Baptist Church pastor is missing

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The pastor of Leawood Baptist Church is asking social media users to help find his missing wife, 36-year-old Marilane Carter. “Please help us find my sweet wife,” Adam Carter wrote on Twitter. ...

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Kansas primary results prove to be a shocker

Tuesday’s Kansas primary election results have provided some surprises with one Republican Congressman being sent home. First term Congressman Steve Watkins lost the Republican primary in the 2nd District to Kansas State ...

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Kansas organization ranked among best Christian workplaces in 2020

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Union Rescue Mission in Wichita, Kansas, is among the best Christian workplaces for 2020 as selected by the Best Christian Workplaces Institute. Seventy-six organizations met the certification standard determined by exemplary ratings ...

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Voter Guide: Kansas 3rd Congressional District

The struggle to unseat Democrat Sharice Davids for the Kansas’ 3rd Congressional district seat may be an uphill battle for Republicans. While political junkies may be familiar with Davids’ ties to the ...

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Kansans for Life warns about mailer falsely claiming Roger Marshall performed an abortion

The Kansans for Life Political Action Committee is warning voters about a mailer falsely claiming that Senate candidate Dr. Roger Marshall once performed an abortion. The mailer was sent by a Super ...

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VOTER GUIDE: Kansas US Senate race

The Kansas U.S. Senate race is one of the most important races for people of faith this election cycle. For Republicans, it may be one of the most difficult to win. The ...

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KSBE rejects Gov. Kelly’s school reopening plan

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Kansas’ elementary, middle and high schools will be able to reopen for in-person instruction in August, despite Gov. Laura Kelly’s school reopening plan to delay the 2020-21 school year until after Labor ...

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Division of Kansas Tourism launches new tagline celebrating Spirit of Kansas

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The Kansas Tourism Division of the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism has introduced its new tourism marketing tagline and campaign, which honors and celebrates the perseverance that defines what it ...

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Millions in federal aid could be lost as one in three Kansas households has yet to fill out census

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Amid a pandemic that has slowed efforts to count Americans, more than a third of Kansas households haven’t yet responded to the U.S. Census. In some counties, especially in rural areas, less than ...

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Local authorities have conflicting face mask regulations

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If you’re confused about requirements to wear a face mask don’t feel alone. Across the sprawling Kansas City Metro, which encompasses 14 counties, there are almost as many different regulations. The problem ...

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‘Do more than vote,’ Kansans for Life tells pro-life voters as it endorses Trump

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Kansans for Life (KFL) has given President Donald Trump the most enthusiastic endorsement one can get.  But the organization says those who have pro-life views need to up their game this year ...

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As Confederate monuments come down across U.S., Wichita memorial comes into question

In 2016, a monument honoring both Union and Confederate Civil War veterans was erected in Wichita’s Veterans Memorial Park. The Reconciliation Memorial replaced a Confederate flag that was taken down the year before following ...

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