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Area moms take a family approach to autism support
June 5, 2010
For the first two years of his life, Isaac Dority wouldn’t look people in the eye. Rebecca Dority, Isaac’s mother, said his speech was minimal, too. Isaac would only repeat the last thing he heard.
Area cities gearing up for parades
12:00 a.m., November 24, 2009 Updated 08:31 a.m.
There will barely be time for the turkey and stuffing to get cold this week before area communities turn their attention to holiday parades.
Holiday parade season kicks off this weekend in area
November 23, 2009
There’ll barely be time for the turkey and stuffing to get cold this week before area communities turn their attention to holiday parades.
Choice of Army lands soldier on helicopter crew
November 4, 2009
On what seemed like an ordinary Tuesday morning Sept. 11, 2001, Jaimeson Bard was sitting in a freshman math class at Tonganoxie High School when he heard news that would change his life forever.
MBA programs cater to working adults’ needs
July 15, 2009
With a national unemployment level at nearly 10 percent, and with no foreseeable end to the trend, some people have stopped thinking about their briefcase and started thinking about a backpack.
Shrine rodeo coming to town
May 13, 2009
The month of May in Tonganoxie means the end of the school year, the beginning of the pool season and more recently it has also meant it is time for the rodeo.
Severe weather whirls through area
April 26, 2009
The series of storms that swept through Northeast Kansas took the life of a Lawrence man Saturday evening.
Future bright for Baker University senior
Greg Rogers will graduate in December with a major in business and a minor in music and psychology
December 2, 2008
In many ways, it’s a typical morning for any Baker University student. Greg Rogers has no classes on Thursdays, but he’s still out the door of his Zeta Chi fraternity house at 9:30 a.m. He’s off to a morning piano lesson, a chapel service and a lunch with friends after the service.
Baker’s Rogers thinks he’s ‘pretty fortunate’
November 26, 2008
In many ways, it’s a typical morning for any Baker University student. Greg Rogers has no classes on Thursdays, but he’s still out the door of his Zeta Chi fraternity house at 9:30 a.m. He’s off to a morning piano lesson, a chapel service and a lunch with friends after the service. For Rogers, a senior who will graduate in December, it’s just another typical day.
WWII service time led to medical career
November 11, 2008
Going to war was inevitable for Robert McCullough back in 1943.

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Properly mowing your lawn requires more than just running the mower over your grass once a week.

U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins, R-Kan.

Greg Rogers, Baker University senior, attends a service at the ecumenical chapel on the Baker University campus.

Greg Rogers, Baker University senior, practices with his teacher, Trilla Lyerla, Baker University music professor.

Greg Rogers, Baker University senior, warms up before his Thursday morning piano class.

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