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The Kansan - Newton, KS
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Vice presidents often are chosen based on their complementary aspects, and no one needs a helping hand from a running mate like the discourteous Donald Trump does. His ascendency to Republican frontrunner has come at the expense of numerous groups, and although his stances likely have helped him in the primaries, they surely will hurt him in a general election.

Posted at 2:04 AM

Everything is on the up and up with the new Newton YMCA, quite literally, as construction went vertical a little more than a month ago and the much-anticipated facility remains on schedule to open its doors in the fall. “Although the...

Posted at 1:24 AM

Along with the warm weather spring brings for all to enjoy comes the need to be more vigilant on the road, as the pleasant conditions prove advantageous for cities, counties and states looking to get road construction projects...

Posted at 1:01 AM

Darrell L. Bybee, a longtime aspiring entrepreneur, entered into eternal life on April 24, 2016 in Newton at 62 years of age. He was born on July 16, 1953 at St. Francis in Wichita to the late Arthur E. and Marvelle L. Bybee. He married...

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Current Board President for Harvey County Economic Development Jaci Reimer said to say what direction they will be moving in is a bit unclear at this point. Reimer said the organization is undergoing some changes. “Before making the...

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Steve Kelly, who is currently president of Newton Medical Center and also served as CEO of the hospital for 16 years, said he is proud of the hospital’s many achievements in 2015. A summary of those achievements is listed...

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Emergencies happen daily, but some types of emergencies happen repeatedly— these reoccurring emergencies can quickly sap resources and overwhelm emergency responders. In certain cases, patients not only call 911 during an emergency,...

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This is Child Abuse Awareness Month

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T. Walton helped found the Heart To Heart Child Advocacy Center 15 years ago. The center exists today as a place for children to be interviewed about abuse they have suffered, and to connect those children to counseling.  Walton can...

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  The case of Kim, first told by The Kansan Wednesday, shows some of the major difficulties when it comes to prosecuting cases. First and foremost, children struggle to testify. “If you are going to testify, that is scary...

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It started in November of 2015, when then 10-year-old “Kim” had a talk with her mother. “(She) told me words a parent never wants to hear. They were devastating,” said “Jennifer.” Kim told a...

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