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Projected natural gas prices for the coming months were discussed at Thursday’s Winfield City Commission work session, as the effects of record high gas prices during February’s cold snap continue.

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TOPEKA (AP) — More than 100 Topeka West High School students protested outside the school Friday over administrators’ handling of a male student who they said raped a female student during the summer and repeatedly harasses females at the school.

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Every county in Kansas has lost residents to COVID-19, but Cowley County has the highest virus-related death rate in the state for a county its size. 

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BELLE PLAINE — A former high-ranking election official violated federal law in 2016 when he granted requests by Kansas, Georgia and Alabama to modify the national voter registration form to require documentary proof of citizenship in those states, a federal judge ruled.

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Cleanup was required Friday morning after processed animal parts spilled from a truck near the U.S. 77 Bypass north of Arkansas City.

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TOPEKA — Kids across the U.S. are posting TikTok videos of themselves vandalizing school bathrooms and stealing soap dispensers and even turf from football fields, bedeviling school administrators seeking to contain the viral internet trend.

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Cleanup was required Friday morning after processed animal parts spilled from a truck near the U.S. 77 bypass north of Arkansas City.

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It’s been almost 50 years since Ray Clayton, as an undergraduate at Pittsburg State, began his career working with handicapped people, and he’s about ready to retire. When he retires, Kansas Specialty Services, the business he and a group of colleagues began about a year before the closing o…

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Tim Durham moved to Arkansas City in 1979 to work at Sparks Music, but ended up running Family Life Services for 39 years and becoming entrenched in the community.

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The monthly meeting of the Udall 4-H club was held Sept. 12 at Udall’s Heritage Church.

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Tim and Sandy Durham will give a PowerPoint presentation at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Cherokee Strip Land Rush Museum on a famed evangelist in the 1920s and 1930s who conducted a faith healing service at the Wilson Park Rotunda in Arkansas City.

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