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The Kansan - Newton, KS
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In the fourth year of competitive robotics at Hesston High School, the program already has its sights set on world domination, though not in any sinister way. After three of Hesston's teams swept the state competition held in Hutchinson last month, winning the tournament championship (two teams) and excellence award (one team), that qualified each for a spot in the upcoming VEX Worlds global championship in Louisville, Kentucky April 20 to 23. Hesston has made a quick ascent, as...

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Lead actor in Christian Youth Theater (CYT) Inc’s upcoming performance of Tarzan, William Wolfenberger, spoke with The Kansan on Wednesday. Wolfenberger, a Newton resident who was homeschooled throughout high school, said he has been...

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Brad Shores, who will assume an Athletic Band Director position at Bethel on May 14, said he is already working to assemble Bethel College’s very own scramble band— a rag tag pep band that will dress out of uniform and play unusual...

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Sheralyn Goering said she always wanted to get involved with CASA: A Voice for Children, Inc., and to be a Court Appointed Special Advocate, but issues related to her disability previously got in the way. Goering was reluctant to volunteer...

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Normally, a day off from school is a chance for individuals to focus on their personal interests. Thursday will be a little different for Hesston College students, though, as no classes will be held to facilitate the annual Larkfest event that...

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Moundridge swept by Litte River LITTLE RIVER — The Moundridge High School baseball team dropped a pair of games to Little River Tuesday in non-league play in Little River. Moundridge fell...

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By Mark Schnabel Newton Kansan SALINA — The Newton High School girls' track team won the nine-team Salina South Invitational Tuesday at Salina District Stadium. The Railer boys took second in the team...

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Billionaire Sean Parker, famous for his founding roles at Napster and Facebook, is backing an unconventional $250 million effort to attack cancer that involves persuading hundreds of the country's top scientists - who often are in competition with...

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Updated Apr 13, 2016 at 5:03 PM

Being president has its perks: Barack Obama will get advance episodes of

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