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Court documents quantify impact of gay marriage in Kansas
September 16, 2015
Court documents are offering a glimpse at the early impact of the gay marriage ruling in Kansas.
Ex-Kansas State researcher fails to get whistleblower status
September 16, 2015
A researcher who was fired from Kansas State University after accusing his colleagues of misrepresenting data in an academic journal has lost a bid for whistleblower protection under federal law.
Trail dedication featured in 100 Year Celebration
September 16, 2015
An important part of Edwardsville’s 100 Year Celebration Saturday at Edwardsville City Park will be the celebration of the completion of its walking trail, which will be dedicated to the late Phyllis Freeman, former city clerk.
Bike Show honors Kobi’s founder, benefits Vaughn-Trent
September 16, 2015
The 23rd Annual Kobi’s Bike Show filled an important need for the Bonner Springs community, while at the same time honoring the late “Mama Kobi,” who left behind a big hole.
Concerns spread over announcement of Thriftway closure
September 16, 2015
Rumors have been swirling that a major component of downtown Bonner Springs soon will be no more.
Edwardsville first responders accepted into prestigious program
September 16, 2015
The city of Edwardsville recently received notification that two of its supervisory personnel have been selected into the Executive Fire Officer Program starting next year.
Face to Face: Basehor chiropractor Scott Runnels
September 16, 2015
Basehor native and new chiropractor Scott Runnels is the subject of this year’s