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    Church safety seminar this Friday

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    Many shootings and other violent acts over the years have occurred in small churches and in small towns. It seems appropriate then that a national one-day seminar on church safety will take ...

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    Kris Kobach appears in parade with military gear, upsets city officials

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    The City of Shawnee is apparently afraid of military equipment being viewed by kids and touchy adults. After Secretary of State Kris Kobach appeared in the Old Shawnee Days Parade in a ...

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    Scarecrows… Tarantulas… RoadRunners… WHAT’S NEXT???

    Topeka’s NAHL hockey team, formerly know as the Roadrunners, have scheduled the unveiling of the new team name on Tuesday, June 5th at the Kansas Expocentre. The event will be from 4pm-7pm ...

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    Don’t let your church be the next site of a violent act

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    Many shootings and other violent acts over the years have occurred in small churches and in small towns. It seems appropriate then that a national one-day seminar on church safety will take ...

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    Youth Project offers Tee Off for Youth Golf Tourney

    The 21st Annual Topeka Youth Project’s Tee Off for Youth Golf Tournament will take place Friday, June 15, 2018, at Village Greens Golf Course in Ozawkie. The tournament is sponsored by Reser’s ...

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    Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Recipient to Visit Area Cities

    Operation Christmas Child, a project of international Christian relief organization Samaritan’s Purse, delivers gift-filled shoeboxes to millions of children in need each year. For many years, Topeka families have packed shoebox gifts ...

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    GreatLIFE manager is passionate about Junior Golf

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    Ronnie McHenry has had a passion for Junior Golf for a very long time. He first got involved at age six or seven. Later on, while pursuing golf at Washburn University, he ...

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    Does the Kansas Constitution guarantee the right to life or the right to abortion?

    A state court has ruled that the Kansas ban of dismemberment abortion of a living unborn child violates our State constitution. In response, the legislature will consider putting a proposed constitutional amendment ...

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    Was the Right Singer Named the Winner of ‘The Voice?’

    Fifteen-year-old singer/songwriter Brynn Cartelli (Team Kelly) has made history as the youngest contestant to win ‘The Voice,’ after a two-part finale shown on Monday and Tuesday nights. Runner-up was Britton Buchanan (Team Alicia); third ...

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    Nationally Recognized Summer STEM Program Coming to Topeka Lutheran School

    Camp Invention, a nationally recognized, nonprofit summer enrichment camp program, is coming to Topeka Lutheran School the week of June 18 – June 22, 2018. A program of the National Inventors Hall ...

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    Kyla Jade, former area church choir singer, goes to ‘The Voice’ finals

    Following this week’s semi-final performances, America chose its top three The Voice artists to send through to the finale next week, and they are all girls: Spensha Baker (Team Blake), Brynn Cartelli (Team Kelly) ...

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    OVERCOMING OBSTACLES – Life Lessons from a Little One

    My son and I like to build obstacle courses throughout the house. We overturn chairs, move furniture, repurpose pillows and clutter the floors with whatever large objects we can find. But the ...

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    The Creation of Hope: My journey through the darkness of mental illness

    By Mark Brenneman May is Mental Health month in America, and what better time to look at the positive side of those that struggle with mental illness. There is so much negative ...

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    Kansas Legislature passes Adoption Protection Act

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    It was another late night last night with the Kansas House passing the Adoption Protection Act around midnight, and then the Senate also passing the bill around 2:00 a.m. It was hard ...

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    Lifeline announces big changes

    The Lifeline Children’s Services Kansas team has announced some big news about how God is working. In the Fall of 2017 Lifeline was approached and asked by the Caring Pregnancy Options board ...

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    Unity is theme for National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 3

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    The public is invited to area observances May 3 for the National Day of Prayer. Local events are being sponsored by the Citywide Prayer Movement and include morning, noon, and evening events so the ...

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    Feisty & Feminine Workshop offered on interacting with Muslims

    Dr. Dawlat Bishara, Dr. Safwat Bishara, and Former Kansas House Speaker Pro Tem Peggy Mast will join CWA State Director Barbara Saldivar in a frank panel discussion of how to engage authoritatively ...

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    Former area church choir singer Kyla Jade could win ‘The Voice’

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    UPDATE: Local singer Kyla Jade represented Team Blake Shelton during the live  episode of The Voice Monday night April 16. Kyla belted out the gospel classic “How Great Thou Art” and was immediately voted through to ...

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    Pastor Fred Hollomon, former Chaplain of the Kansas State Senate, Remembered

    Fred Hollomon, a Southern Baptist pastor who served as Senate chaplain in Topeka for over 33 years, died February 13, 2018 at his home in Lawrence after a long battle with Alzheimer’s ...

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    Gracia Burnham hated herself more than her terrorist captors

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    During her long captivity in the dense Philippine jungle, Kansan Gracia Burnham came to realize she hated herself. “The hardest thing for me was seeing myself for what I really was. When ...

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    City of Topeka and Shawnee County declare war on human trafficking

    The Shawnee County Commission, at their meeting on April 5, voted to approve a resolution “declaring war” on human trafficking. The City of Topeka’s governing body had voted 9-0 on April 3 ...

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    Religious liberty in jeopardy in Kansas

    The Kansas House of Representatives has rejected HB 2481, the Adoption Protection Act, by a vote of 58 to 64, thus jeopardizing religious liberty in the state of Kansas. The law would preserve ...

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    Woman at center of landmark segregation case dies

    The woman, who at age 10 stood at the center of the landmark Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education that ended school segregation laws, died Monday. Linda Brown Thompson was ...

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    Big-name speakers highlight CWA Kansas State Conference

    Penny Nance, CEO of Concerned Women for America in Washington, D.C., was the keynote speaker at the Kansas State CWA Conference on March 15, but other well-known locally-based speakers were also on ...

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    Hearings to be held on Adoption Protection Act

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    Faith-based adoption agencies in Kansas have been helping children find their forever homes for more than 60 years. Today, their ability to help kids is threatened. In 2006, Catholic Charities was forced ...

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