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Kansas: Regents chair refuses to suspend social media policy
January 16, 2014
Kansas Board of Regents Chairman Fred Logan on Wednesday refused a request from a faculty group to suspend the board’s recently approved social media policy.
Kansas: Governor praises ‘Summer of Mercy’ protests
January 16, 2014
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback compared past “Summer of Mercy” anti-abortion protests in Wichita to the abolitionist movement that helped end slavery in a major speech Wednesday night.
Kansas: Legislature, not courts, should decide school funding, Brownback says
January 16, 2014
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback compared past “Summer of Mercy” anti-abortion protests in Wichita to the abolitionist movement that helped end slavery in a major speech Wednesday night.
Kansas: Legislature, not courts, should decide school funding, Brownback says
January 16, 2014
Starting a new legislative session during an election year and with a state Supreme Court ruling on school finance expected any day, Gov. Sam Brownback on Wednesday said his conservative Republican policies have helped lift Kansas from the Great Recession.
Baldwin City’s Lumberyard Arts Center seeking items for Chocolate Auction
January 16, 2014
Artists, chocolatiers invited to donate
Baker invites Baldwin City residents to join community choir
January 16, 2014
Rehearsals start Jan. 30