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Capital City Barbershop Chorus annual show features Lemon Squeezy

The Capital City Barbershop Chorus will present its annual show, “Places In Our Heart” along with featured quartets Lemon Squeezy, the 2016 BHS International Silver Medalists, and Harmonium, the 2016 CSD champions ...

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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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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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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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“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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Luncheon to feature business building tips

All business owners want to get the most out of their businesses. At the May C5 Power Luncheon, Carl Fowler and Marshall Madil will demonstrate what can be accomplished with just a ...

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National Day of Prayer calls Americans to ‘Love One Another’

A praying church has always been the hope of America. On Thursday, May 2, thousands of prayer gatherings attended by hundreds of thousands of Christians will adorn the landscape of America on ...

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Washburn football player shot hours after being drafted by NFL Giants; roommate killed

Just hours after being selected by the Giants with the No. 180 overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft, Corey Ballentine, 23, was involved in an altercation, where he was shot. Ballentine’s ...

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City of Topeka announces emergency month-long closure of 21st Street Bridge over I-470

Beginning on Monday, April 29, the 21st Street bridge over I-470 will be fully closed to vehicular traffic and open only to pedestrians and bike on the north sidewalk. There will be ...

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YFC Golf Classic is a Tournament of Champions for teens

Topeka Youth for Christ’s 2019 Annual Golf Classic will be held on Friday, May 10th at the Lake Shawnee Golf Course.  The four-person, 18-hole scramble begins with a shotgun start at 12:30 ...

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Easter Fest highlights April celebrations in Topeka

April is all about Easter this year. With the annual celebration falling a little later in the spring this year, many are counting on nicer weather for their egg hunts, sunrise services ...

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NOTO director to speak at C5 luncheon

The public is invited to attend the April C5Alive “POWER” Luncheon, when Thomas Underwood, Executive Director of NOTO Arts District, will be the featured speaker. He will have an update of plans ...

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Voting for new Topeka flag ends soon

Topeka will soon have a new flag. Voting is going on now to choose between designs submitted by community members. Last October, the public voted on four designs, and gave feedback on ...

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Capper Foundation returns to original corporate name

The Capper Foundation was founded in 1920 by Arthur Capper and continues building abilities and expanding quality programs, services, support, advocacy and opportunities for people of all ages with a range of ...

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Prayer breakfast speaker advises on how to leave an intentional legacy

This year’s featured speaker at the Kansas Prayer Breakfast, on Wednesday, March 20th, was David McAlvany, and he focused on legacy. McAlvany is CEO of the McAlvany Financial Companies, International Collectors Associates, ...

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Local ministries to host Empowered to Connect Conference

The Empowered to Connect Conference, presented in a simulcast by Show Hope, will take place on April 5th and 6th and features two days of practical teaching in a safe and supportive ...

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Local voting will award a local Topeka restaurant with a $25,000 marketing package in Top Local Choice contest

Does your favorite restaurant need a little TLC? You can nominate your favorite locally-owned Topeka restaurant to receive a huge marketing package for free. It’s part of an initiative, called Top Local ...

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Boys and Girls Club honors two Kansas Youths of the Year

The Boys and Girls Club of Topeka recognized two of its top teens in the state Wednesday night. The Club held their annual Youth of the Year banquet at the Ramada Convention Center in Topeka. Students ...

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19-year old man booked into jail in connection with Sam’s Club fire; video

Topeka police took a man into custody after he caused a fire at the Topeka’s Sam’s Club Monday evening. Police Department spokeswoman Gretchen Koenen says 19-year old Jacob Orlando Eugene Bosch was ...

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KDOT tweet calls President Trump “a delusional Communist”

Someone at the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) on Sunday sent out a tweet calling President Donald Trump a “delusional communist” in a tweet that was later deleted. The tweet posted Sunday ...

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“The Donut Boy” to make stop in Shawnee County

Tyler Carach, an 11-year-old boy from Florida known to many as “The Donut Boy,” will soon be making a stop in Shawnee County. Carach made it his mission in 2016 to visit ...

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Kansans for Israel Rally to be held at the State Capitol

Kansans who want to show support for Israel will have an opportunity on Tuesday, March 19. The Kansans for Israel Rally will take place at the Kansas State Capitol. Kansans for Israel ...

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“Choose LIFE” Kansas license plates now available

After a 16-year battle, Kansans can finally pre-order the new “Choose LIFE” Kansas license plates. In 2002, the Kansas legislature approved the Choose Life license plate. However, the governor at the time, ...

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NOTO to host arts & antiques festival, classes and more

The NOTO Arts and Antiques Festival is a two-day show and sale event featuring high quality art and antiques from the region and beyond, as well as specialized industrial and vintage wares. ...

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C5Alive POWER Luncheon to highlight local speakers, venues

The March C5Alive “POWER” Luncheon will be held March 14, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Thornton Place, 2901 SW Armstrong Ave., just west of 29th & Wanamaker.  The meeting will feature ...

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