Kansas is unmatched in its tracking of ex-convicts, resulting in more than 21,000 people convicted of sex, drug or violent crimes being registered on a public database.
The production of Ray Cooney’s “Funny Money,” a British farce, has been rescheduled due to an injury to an actor, according to a representative of Winfield Community Theatre.
Virginia Parker, right, puts cole slaw on a plate Tuesday before it goes to Carol Mulhern, left, during Five Loaves service at First Presbyterian Church. They were serving pork burgers, tater tots, cole slaw, baked beans, cake and cookies. Five Loaves, starting its 13th year, began in Januar…
Cowley College sophomore Sasha Elizondo, a psychology major known for her outstanding accomplishments on the track and during the cross country season, was named February Student of the Month.
Elaine Nogueira-Godsey, assistant professor of theology, ecology and race at The Methodist Theological School in Ohio, will present the Parkhurst Lecture at 4 p.m. Feb. 25 in Wroten Hall on the Southwestern College campus.
Local and area students are among the 921 who completed associate’s, bachelor’s or graduate degrees in the fall 2019 semester at Fort Hays State University.
A significant drop in methamphetamine prices led to a nearly a 20 percent decline in Wichita burglary last year, according to a police official.
Kansas and national Democratic Party groups on Friday sued the Republican official who oversees the state's elections, accusing him of violating voters' rights by delaying the implementation of a law designed to make voting on Election Day more convenient.
The children of Joe and Judy (Fisher) Haggard will be honoring their parents at a reception and card shower in honor of their Diamond 60th Anniversary at 4 p.m. Feb. 22 at the Cornerstone Christian Church Annex in Atlanta.
The Winfield High School Viking Drama will present “Radium Girls,” a drama in two acts by D.W. Gregory, at 3 and 7:30 p.m. Feb. 22, and at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 23 in the WHS auditorium, 100 N. Viking Blvd.