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Flour power
July 16, 2013
Annual noodle day one of the Vinland Fair traditions that helps bind rural community
Published Baldwin USD 348 budget confirms superintendent’s prediction
03:01 p.m., July 16, 2013 Updated 03:01 p.m.
District to see only $18,000 in classroom money for 2013-14
Baldwin board votes to accept city SRO proposal
July 16, 2013
The proposal would require the district to pay only 25 percent of the officer’s salary and benefits, or $15,908 annually.
Baldwin school board clarifies busing fee
July 16, 2013
Fee to apply to rural students living within 2.5 mile radius of their schools
County budget reflects added cost of voter ID laws
July 16, 2013
Measure expected to cost county $32,500 next year
KDHE conducting telephone survey
July 16, 2013
Survey started Monday
Kansas among few states that cut funding to universities
July 16, 2013
37 states funded universities at higher lever for next fiscal year
Voting rights advocates fear problems with proof of citizenship requirement will mean many lost votes; board rejects Kobach modification
July 16, 2013
Law requires birth certificate, passport or other document for those registering in state for the first time
Five questions: Having a field day
July 16, 2013
The 16th annual Kansas State Research and Extension Horticulture Center Field Day will be July 27. Alan Stevens, the center’s director, explains what visitors to the center near Olathe can expect during the field day.
T. rex was a predator, KU researchers conclude
July 16, 2013
You might not guess it if you’ve watched “Jurassic Park,” but for about 100 years, some paleontologists have argued that the famed dinosaur Tyrannosaurus rex was actually a scavenger that fed on carcasses, not the fearsome predator many imagine.