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The Kansan - Newton, KS
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Handling a record 804 adult criminal cases in 2015 was not an achievement Harvey County Attorney David Yoder was thrilled to accomplish. Compounding the issue was the fact that, with four prosecutors in the county attorney's office, that made Harvey County the busiest office per capita in the State of Kansas. In addition, the county attorney's office handled 131 juvenile cases for defendants less than 18 years of age in 2015. While that number is about average, the costs associated...

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The Newton Dog Park Project (NDPP) met with the City Commission to discuss the proposed dog park at 4:30 p.m. on April 18. City staff members were also in attendance, as well as NDPP supporter and fiscal sponsor Caring Hands Humane Society...

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Leave it to Asghar Farhadi to pull back the chador on Iranian society, and do it with style and substance. “Fireworks Wednesday,” the latest from the Iranian wunderkind, was made 10 years ago but plays like new with its timeless scenes of marital...

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“The Man Who Knew Infinity” tells the fictionalized true story of Srinivasa Ramanujan, a brilliant unschooled mathematician whose work changed the field. Let me stop you before you say “A Beautiful Mind” or “The Imitation Game.” This biopic, from...

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Watching two black cats chasing a kitten might not sound like a recipe for laughs, but in the hands of Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele it’s pretty funny. Well, at least most of the time.

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Monday's Board of Education was rather routine — aside from a presentation by students who participated in "Destination Imagination" and qualified for the international championship — but tucked inside the discussions of the board...

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One highly poignant place to visit in the Holy Land is the annual Samaritan Passover festival commemorating the Children of Israel leaving slavery under the rule of the Pharaohs in Egypt. The Samaritans of today claim descendants of...

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You might think you’re good at counting cliches, but you’ll want to bring along a pocket calculator if you want to keep track of them in “Mother’s Day.” This is the third entry in what’s become director Garry Marshall’s series of holiday-titled and...

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Nitpickers could have a field day with this down-home little British import. Along with the main storyline, there are side-plots galore. Some of them aren’t developed or thought through enough, others involve illogical decisions, others would have...

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