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The Kansan - Newton, KS
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Carol Gurley is trying out a new haircut — but not just because she would like a different style. The Newton business owner grew out her hair so she could donate it to Locks of Love, an organization that creates wigs for children with illnesses."My family history inspired me to do Locks of Love," said Gurley, who owns Carol's Skin Care Center in downtown Newton. "... I hope it will inspire (others) to donate to cancer. We need a cure."Locks of Love is...

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Newton, Kansas, has some work to do.The city has fallen behind in the community challenge versus Newton, Iowa, and just a few days remain in the competition."We are significantly behind Newton, Iowa, in all the contests that...

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At times grandparents run after their grandchildren. Mollie Thompson, however, chose to run with them during Bethel College's Fall Festival.During Fall Festival at Bethel College Bethel College Academy of Performing Arts held thefirst fun...

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In the Oct. 15th Kansan, the Whitewater Lions Club President, Leon Koehn took Harvey County Sheriff T. Walton to task for his lack of response to requests to put in an appearance in a parade in Whitewater as the County Sheriff.Mr.

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The Harvey County Farmer's Market will close for wintet. The final Farmer's Market for 2014 will be from 8 a.m. to noon Oct. 25 in the 100 block of East Sixth.

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Early voting has begun in the mid-term election, and county election officials are expecting a strong turnout for an election which comes to fruition Nov. 4."It looks like it will be heavy," said Rick Piepho, assistant county...

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Newton KansanThe weather was favorable in the 5 p.m. hour Tuesday - warm with a light, cool breeze as Newton residents in shorts and tennis shoes walked a mile course around the Sand Creek bike path.Promoted as "Fitness...

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Week in religionCatholic bishops ended a two-week summit in Rome last week without coming to an agreement on the church’s teachings regarding gays and lesbians.

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Newton KansanHalloween is approaching and parts of Newton will look like an episode of "Walking Dead" this weekend.Two local non-profit organizations - Heart to Heart and the Fox Theater - will be hosting zombie related...

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Pets have the power to render humans, well, more human. While dog walking and meeting others, I sense goodness on both ends of the leash. All my defenses go down, and that, my friend, is spiritual.

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It’s not that “Bad Judge” is bad, exactly. It’s just not that good. Stuck somewhere between irreverent and feel good, the new comedy starring Kate Walsh as Rebecca Wright, the naughty jurist of the title, can’t decide what it wants to be, which...

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