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Kansas House panel considers higher scrap theft penalties
March 10, 2015
A Kansas House panel is reviewing a bill to significantly increase penalties for scrap metal theft.
Face to Face: Bonner High history teacher Ryne Huff
March 10, 2015
Ryne Huff, history and sociology teacher at Bonner Springs High School, is the subject of this week’s Face to Face column.
Kansas farm experts plan webinar on crop insurance
March 10, 2015
Kansas State University is offering an hour-long webinar to help farmers and others make decisions on crop insurance as the signup deadline at the end of March nears.
Remember when for March 12, 2015
March 10, 2015
Events reported in The Chieftain this week 10, 25, 50 and 100 years ago.
Dirty politics nothing new, even in Bonner Springs
March 10, 2015
Many believe that angry elections are a modern development and that mudslinging is a 21st century tactic.
City government organization hosts April voting contest
March 10, 2015
The League of Kansas Municipalities is hosting a county and statewide contest to recognize the cities with the highest percentage of voter turnout in this year’s April elections.
Bonner parks department makes improvements to community garden
March 10, 2015
The Bonner Springs Parks and Recreation Department has made changes to the Community Garden to better gardeners’ experience.
Bonner High journalists earn awards in regional contest
March 10, 2015
Bonner Springs High School students took home 18 prizes after competing in the Kansas Scholastic Press Association Regional Contest last month.
GOP plan to overhaul Kansas school aid could move quickly
March 10, 2015
The chief financial officer in Kansas’ largest school district is urging legislators to give more consideration to a plan from Republican leaders to overhaul how the state distributes aid to public schools and prevent unexpected budget surprises.
Basehor-area Legislator seeks Common Core comments
March 10, 2015
In advance of a hearing on the fate of Common Core before the House Education Committee on Wednesday, March 11, committee member Rep. Willie Dove announced via email that he is conducting an informal poll of his constituents on whether they want to see the controversial program continued in the state.