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The Kansan - Newton, KS
Updated at 8:53 AM

For almost two weeks, Northridge Elementary kindergarten through fourth grade students were anxiously watching a live feed of unhatched eggs – waiting in suspense for a baby bird to emerge. At about noon on Tuesday, Northridge science teacher Emily Schmidt’s class was alive with excitement after the first small chick hatched from its egg. “Hatching the chicks was an exciting way to teach some of our life science standards in a hands-on, interactive...

Posted at 8:45 AM

The Navy sent out search planes. The dog's owner scanned the sea in his tiny fishing vessel. For days, he refused to let go of Luna's long pink leash, he was hoping against hope he'd have reason to use it again. But time wore on, and still Luna was...

Posted at 8:45 AM

There are two types of movies that are vastly improved by a live audience's reaction: comedy and horror. "Green Room" contains a little of both. It is great on its own, but really feeds off the energy of a crowd.

Updated at 8:20 AM

Donald Trump isn't hoping to mend broken relationships with many of his detractors from the Republican Party.

Updated at 8:12 AM

Coming off a huge win that all but guaranteed Donald Trump the Republican party's nomination for president, the real-estate mogul tweeted early Wednesday defending one of his Democratic rivals.

Posted at 7:30 AM

The nominees for the 2016 Tony Awards were announced Tuesday morning, and my condolences for everyone who isn't in Hamilton. The breakout musical got a record 16 total nominations, including for Best Musical, Best Actor in a Musical, Best Actress in...

Updated at 5:14 AM

About a week ago, Ted Cruz was mathematically eliminated from the Republican race, but it wasn’t until Donald Trump’s resounding victory on Tuesday in Indiana that Cruz threw in the towel.

Posted at 1:55 AM

After six weeks handling one of the more lesser known responsibilities of a county commission, the Harvey County commissioners came to a decision on Monday regarding a fencing issue on the property line between land owned by Douglas and Rhonda...

Posted at 1:01 AM

At its April 26 meeting, the City Commission approved a development plan for the multi-family housing project that will be at Southeast 24th Street and Interstate-135, also establishing a Rural Housing Incentive District (or RHID) at that...

Posted at 1:01 AM

The Salvation Army is currently accepting applications for its camp— for kids ages eight to 12. The camp, which currently costs $20 per child, will take place for four days at a campground the Salvation Army owns in...

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