Archive for Thursday, June 18, 2015

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Kansas regents hold tuition, fee increases to 3.6 percent
June 18, 2015
The Kansas Board of Regents is limiting increases in tuition and fees at state universities this fall to 3.6 percent after strictly interpreting a cap imposed by the Legislature.
Kansas attorney general plans campaign on human trafficking
June 18, 2015
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says his office is launching a statewide billboard campaign against human trafficking.
Four soccer players named to all-state teams
June 18, 2015
Four local soccer players were recently named to the Kansas Soccer Coaches Association all-state teams, receiving recognition for their outstanding performances during the 2015 season.
Hutchinson transforms into Smallville again
June 18, 2015
Hutchinson will transform itself into Superman’s hometown again this weekend.
Tonganoxie’s Kirby McRill Aventure Walk/Run is Saturday
June 18, 2015
A unique 5K walk that pays homage to a not-so-ordinary namesake is back for its second year Saturday and organizers are hoping several teams sign up in the coming days. The Kirby McRill Adventure Walk and 5K run will start with registration at 7 a.m. Saturday at The Jewel on Main at Fourth and Main streets in the downtown Tonganoxie area.
Kansas man charged with molestation arrested in California
June 18, 2015
Police say a suburban Kansas City music instructor charged with child molestation has been arrested in California.
Basehor ‘gaining traction’ in push for EMS expansion
June 18, 2015
After three years of asking the county to expand its EMS services in Basehor, city officials believe they are finally gaining traction.