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The Kansan - Newton, KS
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Morris Lolar has been appointed head football coach.Lolar, a Wichita native, comes to Bethel from Independence Community College, where he has been defensive coordinator and secondary coach since January 2014.“I am really excited to have Morris on staff,” said Kent Allshouse, Bethel College athletic director. “We are fortunate to have a coach with his abilities taking the helm of the Thresher program. He is without a doubt the right person at the right time...

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MCPHERSON — Newton sophomore Brooklynn Entz needed only one minute and 13 seconds to score the Lady Railers’ first goal Tuesday in their opening round McPherson Invitational game against Topeka.That constituted a slow...

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Dry grass plus windy weather can equal dangerous conditions for open burning, and Lon Buller with the Harvey County Emergency Management Department reminds community members to use caution and follow safety protocol. The county...

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Children's faces lit up with huge smiles as a local organization presented them with a special gift — a type of gift some of their families thought they'd never get to use.On March 28, the Wichita-based Air Capital AMBUCS visited...

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With a family of four accomplished artists, the Ediger clan will highlight some of their best art during Carriage Factory Art Gallery's next exhibit that opens Saturday, April 4, with a public reception at 7 p.m. The artwork of Kristin...

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Steve Richards would add a new face and a clear-thinking mind to the Newton USD 373 School Board. Steve’s only agenda is to work for the best education for the children of the district.

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With the water bill five feet high and rising at my house, I could "feel the pain" when Kathy Valentine said at a recent commissioner candidate forum "we have a wound in this community! People are upset with utility bills going up; we need to...

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Carol Sue Stayrook Hobbs has shown great dedication to the Newton public schools. In a time of crisis for our schools, it is crucial to have individuals like Carol Sue in office. Please join us in supporting her in the April...

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We learned to know Jim Nickel over 30 year ago.  I have found him to be a man of integrity and great character.  He started as a teacher and then moved into business.  When he came to Newton, he purchased a small...

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I am supporting Jim Nickel for City Commission. Over the past eight years he has exhibited honesty and integrity in dealing with the issues facing the commission. He studies the facts and numbers and tries to come up with the best solutions with...

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Who is Barth Hague? Over the past few weeks I have had several people ask me this question. I have known Barth for many years going back to our high school days in Newton. Barth was born and raised here and, after graduation from Newton High...

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