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Spirit of Kansas 4th of July festival back in full for 2021 in Topeka

Spirit of Kansas

The Spirit of Kansas is back for 2021. Shawnee County Parks + Recreation has released a statement saying the Spirit of Kansas Independence Day celebration, will be back in full this year ...

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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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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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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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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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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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Kansas News Briefs: Wichita door camera records mountain lion

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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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C5Alive featured speaker is also Chaplain of the Kansas Senate

C5Alive

Cecil Washington, Jr. will be the featured speaker at the May C5Alive POWER Luncheon. In addition to serving as Pastor in a local church, Washington also serves as Chaplain of the Kansas ...

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Dem. governor halts Kansas effort to protect women’s sports; override falls one vote short

women’s sports

Conservative legislators have failed to override Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly’s veto of a bill to protect women’s sports in the state’s schools. The Senate vote on Monday to override Kelly was 26-14, ...

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Kansas City National Day of Prayer locations

prayer kansas

Americans will gather Thursday, May 6 for the annual National Day Of Prayer. The region will host both in-person and virtual gatherings. The theme for this year’s celebration is “LORD pour out ...

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Topeka to celebrate reopening of Great Overland Station

Great Overland Station

A celebration of the reopening of Topeka’s Great Overland Station is set for May 7. Festivities will begin at 4:30 p.m. with a ribbon cutting, vendor booths, musical performances, NOTO artists painting ...

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National Day Of Prayer event to be held at Capitol in Topeka

prayer

The National Day Of Prayer will be observed this year on May 6. Perhaps there has never been a time the people were more desperate for prayer and breakthrough in our city ...

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Gov. Kelly vetoes transgender ban in girls’ sports

transgender

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly on Thursday vetoed a bill barring transgender athletes from competing in girls’ and women’s sports, saying the legislation would endanger the state’s business climate and send a “devastating message that ...

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Citizens Potawatomi Nation to dedicate Skyline Park interpretive signs on Burnett’s Mound

Skyline Park

Officials of the Citizens Potawatomi Nation will formally dedicate interpretive signs placed at the entrance to Skyline Park at 3 p.m. on April 29. Citizens Potawatomi Nation Chairman John “Rocky” Barrett will ...

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Topeka Tulip Time includes festival today at Lake Shawnee

Tulip Time

Jerold Binkley Tulip Time 2021 lasts from April 9-25. The event features nearly 100,000 tulips and flowering bulbs in Shawnee County Parks + Recreation’s three featured gardens – Ted Ensley Gardens at ...

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Shawnee County decides to end mask mandate

health orders, mask mandate

The Shawnee County Commission decided at their meeting Thursday April 15 that the county’s mask mandate would end at midnight. Private businesses, non-profits and other organizations will now decide for themselves if ...

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Downtown Topeka Farmers Market open for the season

Farmers Market

The Downtown Topeka Farmers Market is now open on Saturday’s through Nov. 7, from 7:30 a.m. to noon, at 12th & Harrison, south of the Judicial Building. The open-air market is full ...

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Kansas law banning dismemberment abortion of live babies in the womb blocked by judge

dismemberment abortion

A Shawnee County Judge has issued an opinion siding with Kansas City-area abortionists and striking down a law prohibiting the brutal practice of live dismemberment abortion. The 2015 law received overwhelming bi-partisan support in the Kansas legislature and is ...

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New alternative health care business opens in Topeka

health care

A local Topeka woman has opened a new health care business in southwest Topeka. Danyle Harvey-Strauss, a veteran, is the owner and visionary for Empower Life, a one-stop-shop network for health and ...

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Shawnee County mask mandate remains, but businesses, non-profits can opt-out

health orders, mask mandate

Shawnee County commissioners announced at today’s meeting that the county’s mask mandate will remain in place, but there is now an option to opt out. Commissioners Aaron Mays, Bill Riphahn and Kevin ...

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Shawnee County to lift health orders on Monday; mask mandate remains

health orders, mask mandate

Starting Monday, March 22, COVID-19 Health Orders in Shawnee County will become just recommendations. Shawnee County Commissioners made the move on a 2-1 vote Thursday, with commission chair Kevin Cook voting against ...

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Chef Sean Hall to be featured at C5Alive POWER Luncheon

C5Alive

Chef Sean Hall has traveled quite the interesting road. From Executive Chef at a major Las Vegas Hotel, to training new chefs, to restaurant owner, caterer, and now his experiences in Topeka ...

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What is the ‘7% guaranteed’ annuity myth?

annuity

One of the most common things I hear from people who own or have been pitched an annuity is the belief that the annuity will “earn 7% guaranteed.” Usually this is due ...

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Gage Park mini train and carousel open for Spring Break week

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A sure sign of spring is the opening of Topeka’s Gage Park mini-train and carousel. The two classic attractions open March 6 and will be open daily through Spring Break week. They ...

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Traveling Evangelist to speak in Topeka this weekend

Traveling Evangelist

Dr. Larry Martin has given 49 years to gospel ministry. While still in his teens, Martin launched his ministry career as a traveling evangelist. He spent almost twenty-five years pastoring churches in ...

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