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Topeka native tapped to run Trump campaign

Brad who? President Trump has hired Topeka native Brad Parscale, the digital media director of his 2016 campaign, to run his re-election bid, the campaign announced. But who is Brad Parscale? He’s ...

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Kansas Has a New Governor

Governor Jeff Colyer was sworn in as the 47th governor of Kansas at 3 p.m. January 31 in the Capitol rotunda in Topeka, accompanied by First Lady Ruth Colyer and their daughters, ...

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Bleeding Kansas Series Returns

Dramatic interpretations and talks about the violent territorial and civil war history of Kansas, from 1854-1865, will highlight the 2018 annual Bleeding Kansas series, which begins January 28. The programs are held ...

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CWA of Kansas is on the move!

CWA of Kansas is part of Concerned Women for America (CWA).  CWA is the largest public policy women’s organization in the nation.  As an organization they are committed to conservative issues such ...

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The Dirty Dog moves to larger space

Added services will make it the premier dog care facility in the area After five years of long days building her own business – The Dirty Dog – Mandi Biester is moving ...

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Kansas Pro-Life Legislative Update

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President Donald Trump made good on one of his campaign promises early in his presidency by nominating strong conservative judge Neil Gorsuch as the successor to the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice ...

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Local National Day of Prayer Events Announced

National Day of Prayer will take place Thursday, May 4. This year’s theme is “For Your Great Name’s Sake! Hear us …Forgive us …Heal us!”, which is taken from Daniel 9:19. “We ...

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Tim Hawkins comedy will bust your gut

The gut-busting comedy of Tim Hawkins comes to Wichita with entertainment fit for the entire family while doubling down on the funny. It’s a daunting task in an age where the obscene ...

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Topeka EasterFest grows in fourth year

Food Trucks, entertainers, vendors will take part Preparations are well under way for the fourth annual EasterFest –  the Topeka Easter Parade & Family Fun Fair, and organizers say requests for participation ...

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Don’t miss these deadlines for the Nov. 8 election

Voter registration deadlines for election loom in Kansas and Missouri By ANITA WIDAMAN Voting is a rite of passage in our home. We have taken our girls to vote with us since ...

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‘Emotional’ experience of Moses’ Tabernacle comes to KC Sept. 16–25

A ‘must-see’ event, The Tabernacle Experience has been seen by over 200,000 people across the U.S. Jerry Tharp, pastor of Lone Jack Baptist Church in Lone Jack, Mo. hasn’t been fortunate enough ...

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Cleargold Worship Dance Offers Awestruck III

Public Concert to offer Scripture through the Grace, Power and Joy of Dance Cleargold Worship Dance will offer their third annual Awestruck performance at First Southern Baptist Church, 1912 SW Gage, on ...

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Most “miserable city” in Kansas and Missouri listed

Do you live in a miserable city? What makes a city miserable? Do you live in one of the most unhappy places in Missouri or Kansas? The website RoadSnacks organized information from ...

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Annual Topeka Easter Parade & Fun Fest is Mar. 26

The  Topeka Easter Parade & Family Fun Fest will be back for the third consecutive  year on Saturday, March 26, 2016. Last Year’s event was attended by over two thousand people who ...

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Rally at Kansas Capitol to support religious freedom

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A coalition of religious groups from across Kansas will hold a rally on Feb. 17, from Noon to 1pm. The Rally for Religious Freedom will be held inside the Kansas State Capitol Building, in the ...

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Check out these highlights of Kansas City events, classes & concerts

Here are just a few of the hundreds of events coming up in Kansas City. For a full listing of our Kansas City calendar, click here: Metro Voice Calendar of Events.  For ...

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Walmart closings to impact 10 Missouri and Kansas towns

Walmart announced today it closing 154 stores in the U.S. with additional stores around the world bringing the total to 269 stores. Missouri will see a total of four stores closed while ...

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Football, Faith and Family Meet at Arrowhead

Arrowhead is first NFL stadium with on-site worship services. On Sunday afternoons in the fall, Arrowhead Stadium is home to the largest prayer meeting in Kansas City. More than 75,000 Chiefs fans ...

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Kansas City to Host Holocaust Remembrance

Kansas City has become the 58th American City to join a worldwide Holocaust Remembrance and commenoration planned for May 2016. An additional 50 cities around the world are also organizing similar commemorations. Regional ...

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Living Waters Canoe Ministry Makes a Splash

Canoeing Popular With Families and Church Groups. With snow on the ground in January, it’s hard to imagine why eight Christian men would want to canoe a clear Ozark river. The temperature ...

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Can Exodus Cry End Sex Slavery in Our Time?

Modern-day slavery is a global epidemic. Every year, millions of women and girls are exploited in the commercial sex industry. This August, a new generation of abolitionists is being called to take ...

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Tim Tebow’s Mom to Speak May 30

Pam Tebow, mother of Heisman Trophy winner and NFL Quarterback Tim Tebow, will be the guest speaker Saturday, May 30 at 7:00 p.m. at the Ottawa Municipal Auditorium, 301 S. Hickory Street, ...

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Kansas Passes Ban on Dismemberment Abortion

By a vote of 98 -26, the Kansas House on March 25 passed landmark pro-life legislation, Senate Bill 95,”The Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act.” Kansans For Life Executive Director Mary Kay ...

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Mission Director asked God “to show up like You did in the Bible”

Keynote speaker Rev. Barry Feaker, said he hoped the nearly 900 attending the 54th Annual Kansas Prayer Breakfast on March 18 did not come “to hear me,” but “because you recognize the ...

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Forbes article calls Kansas transition a “step in right direction”

“Nowhere is a working model for reform more evident than in Kansas” Though Kansas is facing some temporary budget shortfalls in the next year or two, some around the country still think ...

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