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The Kansan - Newton, KS
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Players headed out to the golf course early Tuesday, taking advantage of the crisp, clear morning on the final day of the Second Annual Mid South Championship.Sand Creek Station hosted some of the nation’s top ranked NAIA Schools at the tournament, drawing both local players and players from across the country, including Florida, Texas and Oklahoma.Sand Creek Station general manager Chris Tuohey said Coach Kyle Blaser with the defending NAIA National Champions, Oklahoma...

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It seems like seeing trash and picking it up should come naturally to us. However, debris and litter still collect in our parks and along our paths.On October 11, Harvey County is going to get cleaned up. Dawn Warrington, RSVP Director, is...

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Harvey County Commissioners revisited the county's drug testing policy at their meeting Monday, deciding to require retests in the event of a diluted result.The vote was 2-1, with Commissioner Ron Krehbiel dissenting."I think...

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The idea floats in softly at first, like a feather carried on the wind. I could write about loving my neighbor – could join thousands of other writers and bloggers who craft articles each of the 31 days of October. And then I laugh just enough to...

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There where squeals of delight ringing through the halls of Northridge Elementary School, but not from the small pig visiting the gymnasium Tuesday afternoon.The pig, who was appropriately named "Kevin Bacon," was there for a...

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By Tracy BeckermanMore Content Now“I’ll be right back,” said my husband as he headed for the door.

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About 1,000 people packed downtown Newton Saturday for the eighth annual Harvey County United Way chili cook-off, with perfect weather and a spirit of fun in the air. The cook-off raised more than $10,000 for United Way."The event was...

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October is Bullying Prevention Month. In the 2014 Kansas Communities That Care Survey, more than 13,000 Kansas students stated they were bullied between one and two times per week, and approximately 2,500 students disclosed being bullied each...

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