The Kansan - Newton, KS
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City Commission to meetThe Newton City Commission will meet at 7 p.m. April 22 at Newton City Hall, 201 E. Sixth.Agenda items include mayoral appointments, quarterly financial reports, a proclamation for public works week, a proclamation for Arbor Day, a proclamation of National Bike Month, a proclamation for National Police Week and Peace Officers' Memorial Day, a consideration for construction of a new manufacturing facility in Newton, recommendations from...

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By Chad FreyNewton KansanWith the better weather, a new season is springing — garage sale season.This year the city-wide garage sale will be May 3, just one week away. For those planning a sale this summer, there are a...

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The Newton Kansan publishes milestone birthday, anniversary, engagement and wedding announcements for a small fee.Birthday and anniversary announcements are published each Thursday.Basic birthday announcements of less than 75 words...

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By Chad FreyNewton KansanState election rule changes have caused confusion among voters, and candidates."There is a lot of misinformation out there," said Deputy County Clerk Rick Piepho.One of those...

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It started innocently enough —  a quick comment from a wife to her husband."Go ahead and check it out," Melody Harmon said to her husband, Robert.The comment was in response to an email the couple received from...

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For several years I camped, fished and volunteered at West Lake. I became friends with the head ranger, many of the regular campers and the part-time people who worked there. Two of the regulars were also named Mike. One, from Wichita had camped...

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Word of the Dayslake \ sleyk \ verb; to allay (thirst, desire, wrath, etc.) by satisfying; to make less active, vigorous, intense, etc.: His calm manner slaked their enthusiasm; to cause disintegration of (lime) by treatment with water.

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Marion RelaysFridayArea top 8 finishersGIRLSTeam scores — Marion 92, Southeast of Saline 84, McPherson 68, Chapman 62, El Dorado 49,...

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Bethel athletequalifies for NAIAHILLSBORO — Bethel College freshman Xavier Caldwell qualified for the NAIA National Track and Field Championships in the long jump with a jump of 7.04-meters...

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In her letter to the editor, Jennie Maroney complains mightily about George Soros. In response, some reported facts from the Nation magazine -“The Koch brothers have already funneled more than $30 million into congressional races.

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