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Ex-candidate Wolf confronts Kansas Sen. Moran at town hall
August 10, 2015
Dr. Milton Wolf, a tea party-backed former Senate candidate, confronted U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran at a town hall meeting Monday over the Kansas medical board’s past investigation of Wolf’s license but declined to say whether he’s planning to challenge the incumbent in the Republican primary next year.
Catholic foundation raises $500K for students
August 10, 2015
A Kansas foundation has raised more than a half a million dollars under a new program that seeks to pay for low income children in northeast Kansas to attend private schools.
Letter to the editor: Community support make iCan Bike camps successful
August 10, 2015
I would like to give thanks to volunteers and sponsors for making Baldwin iCan Bike Camp a success.
Man found guilty in Douglas State Fishing Lake aggravated robbery
August 10, 2015
A 23-year-old Wellsville man was found guilty Friday of one count of aggravated robbery in connection with an incident at Douglas State Fishing Lake. Donnie Ray Michael Plouffe pleaded no contest to the charge Friday in a deal with the Douglas County District Attorney’s Office. Prosecutor Eve Kemple agreed to dismiss Plouffe’s aggravated battery charge after he entered his plea, according to court records.
Kansas City Connection: a place for good jazz, eats; Starlight lets it go
August 10, 2015
Since the days of Charlie Parker and Count Basie, Kansas City has enjoyed a reputation as a jazz town. But these days one of the most reliable venues to see different jazz bands every night isn’t a nightclub — it’s the restaurant and lounge of a swank hotel on the Country Club Plaza.