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Kansas lawmakers approve $131M budget for state court system
June 1, 2015
Kansas legislators have approved a $131 million budget for the state court system for the fiscal year beginning July 1 to avoid the possibility that judicial offices would close otherwise.
May economic report suggests slow growth ahead in Midwest
June 1, 2015
A report on a May survey says slower economic growth likely is ahead for nine Midwestern and Plains states.
Baldwin City magician’s white lie leads to business that’s blowing up
June 1, 2015
Eric Potter was icing his hands Sunday evening after three days of twisting balloons into shapes for children with his wife, Kelly, at the first weekend of Midland Railway’s Day Out with Thomas.
Shawnee woman suing archdiocese
June 1, 2015
A Kansas woman contends in a lawsuit against the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas that a false child abuse complaint was filed against her after she complained that her daughter was being bullied at school.
Kansas Senate can’t pass tax plan, despite looming threats
June 1, 2015
Aggressive messages from top aides to Republican Gov. Sam Brownback and the prospect of furloughs for state workers still couldn’t push a new plan from GOP leaders for raising taxes to close a budget shortfall through the state Senate early Monday morning.
Baldwin City Council agenda, June 1, 2015
June 1, 2015
Continuation of electrical rate discount to be considered when council meets at 7 p.m. tonight at Baldwin City Public Library
Kansas state workers could be furloughed if budget delayed
June 1, 2015
All nonessential state workers will be immediately furloughed if the Kansas Legislature does not pass a budget by June 7 and Gov. Sam Brownback will veto proposals from legislators to increase business taxes, administration officials warned lawmakers Sunday.