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The Kansan - Newton, KS
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Local officials are concerned about budget cuts at the state level — and how those cuts could trickle down and affect cities and counties.Willis Heck with the Harvey County Council of Governments said the group discussed proposed state cuts at their meeting Wednesday."We're very concerned about the financial situation," said Harvey County Administrator John Waltner.The Associated Press reports a projected $279 million shortfall in the state's current budget,...

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A fused glass workshop for beginners is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 13. The class if from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at Carriage Factory Art Gallery, 128 E. Sixth St. Linda Fern Johnson, an accomplished fused glass artist, will instruct...

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By Peter BeckerMore Content NowBe sure to look for the Geminid meteor shower this weekend. Although it may be cold out, this is one of the best meteor displays of the whole year.

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Marti McCartney is a self-taught expert on the Victorian era, specifically in the 1870s, her favorite period in history.The Harvey County Historical Museum, 203 N. Main, is featuring a game exhibit, which it will be showing...

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Bethel College freshmen – most first-year students, in fact – probably don’t imagine they have much in common with those on the other end of the life spectrum.Then it...

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A few months ago a film called “Tracks” had a very limited release in America, telling the true story of Robyn Davidson, a young Australian woman (played by Mia Wasikowska) who, back in the 1970s, went on a 1,700-mile hike across her continent,...

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It seems to be a good time for based-on-fact movies about smart British people. “The Theory of Everything” is earning accolades, and will probably garner an Oscar nomination or two, for its story of Stephen Hawking. And now we’ve got “The Imitation...

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LINDSBORG — The Bethel College women's basketball team won its second straight game for the first time this season, stopping Bethany 61-47 Thursday night in KCAC play in Lindsborg.April Harpe led the Threshers with 17 points...

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LINDSBORG — The Bethel College men's basketball team's biggest improvement from last season to this season has been its defense.The defense took a step back Thursday night, falling to Bethany College 90-73 in KCAC play in...

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