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Shawnee lawmakers push Kansas to sever ties with Obamacare
February 2, 2014
Some conservative Kansas lawmakers, led by two representatives from Shawnee, are pushing to let the state join a compact seeking independence from the Affordable Care Act.
Kansas farmers praise progress on farm bill
February 2, 2014
While local farmers appear to be happy that a new farm bill is close to being signed into law, nutrition advocates worry that cuts to the food stamp program could further exacerbate problems for the hungry in Douglas County.
Kansas City Connection: Plenty of culture to keep you out of the cold
February 2, 2014
Anyone in doubt about whether Kansas City offers world-class arts, music and theater entertainment should take a look at this week’s cultural calendar, which features premier soloists, cutting-edge theater and unique art openings. These events also have the added benefit of taking place in well-insulated theaters, where it should be possible to forget about the cold weather for an hour or two.
Baldwin girls claim 3rd-place game in Wellsville tourney
February 2, 2014
Wellsville — The Baldwin High School girls claimed third place in the Wellsville Top Gun Tournament on Saturday with a 53-42 victory against Spring Hill.