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Kansas bill limiting duration of conservation easements defeated in Senate
April 5, 2014
A bill that would have limited the duration of conservation easements, which have been used to preserve tallgrass prairie in the Flint Hills and prevent encroachment on military bases, was defeated in the Senate on Friday.
Kansas Senate agrees to more money for schools; insists on vouchers
April 5, 2014
Republicans in the Kansas Senate have agreed to drop a provision from their school finance bill that would have defunded implementation of the Common Core standards for reading and math.
Baldwin boys 1st, girls 2nd in season’s first track meet
April 5, 2014
The Baldwin High School boys were first and girls second in their first competition of the 2014 season. The teams opened the year at Liston Stadium on an afternoon temperatures topped out at 50 degrees in the 12-team Baldwin Invitational.