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The Kansan - Newton, KS
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  TOPEKA — Top Republicans were forced Friday to rewrite an education funding plan, the passed it through both the House and Senate, in an attempt to satisfy a court mandate and end a looming threat that public schools across the state may shut down. That rewrite meant good things for schools — as the crafters of the bill removed a .05 percent cut to general operating fund budgets for schools that had previously been used to pay for increases to Local...

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JQ Restoration & Paint has been open at 117 SE 14th for about eight months and employee Angel Martinez said business is slowly beginning to pick up. While Martinez said they specialize in complete auto...

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"I had an overly active imagination as a kid. You know, when you're a kid and you can't help that your mind wanders," said card game artist and freelance graphic designer Ethan Patrick Harris. Harris, who is in his early 40s, has a number...

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County commission to meet   The Harvey County Commission will meet at 9 a.m. June 27 in the commission meeting room of the Harvey County Courthouse, 800 N. Main.  Agenda items include consideration of...

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  Doll named territory manager Bunting® Magnetics Co. recently announced the appointment of Wendy Doll as its new Territory Manager supporting customers in portions of California and Nevada, and the entire...

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Tim and Karen Dudte will celebrate their 40th anniversary on Sunday, June 26.  Timothy J. 

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Rebels fall to Salina SALINA — As has happened a number of times this season, the bats were quiet for the Newton Rebels, falling to the Salina Blue Jays 7-2 Friday night at Dean Evans...

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Daryn Pittman scored his fifth World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series victory of the season when he swept the night at Jackson Motorplex on Friday.

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The week of June 20th was one fraught with political oddities, to say the least. Donald Trump gave his loyal campaign manager Corey Lewandowski the boot on Monday to kick things off, and from that point forward the headlines just seemed to get...

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In January 1968, Americans back at home watched in horror as General Westmoreland's troops in Vietnam engaged in a Tet Offensive that claimed between 10,000 and 15,000 Vietnamese lives along with 205 U.S. soldiers. The civil rights movement had hit...

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