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Kansas unemployment dropped in January
March 18, 2014
A Kansas agency says the state’s jobless rate dipped to 4.8 percent in January and more people held jobs than at the beginning of 2013.
Reception set for new Leavenworth County K-State Research and Extension agent
March 18, 2014
Leavenworth County Research and Extension will have a reception welcoming its new agriculture and natural resources agent.
Leavenworth County Republican women to meet next week
March 18, 2014
The Leavenworth County Republican Women’s Club monthly program and luncheon is next week.
Tonganoxie moves forward with tearing down police station
March 18, 2014
Tonganoxie will move ahead with demolishing the former Tonganoxie police station.
KU medical schools wins re-accreditation despite concerns
March 18, 2014
The Kansas University Medical School won re-accreditation despite concerns voiced by KU officials to legislators that lack of funding for a $75 million health education building could have jeopardized accreditation. Even so, the need for a new building remains a concern going forward, officials said.
Schools’ Spring Breaks a recent invention
March 18, 2014
During the next couple of weeks colleges and virtually every other school will be observing spring break.
Basehor residents voice questions about future city campus
March 18, 2014
Several Basehor residents approached the city council Monday night with questions about the board’s interest in buying a 44-acre plot of land near 158th Street and Parallel Road.
Kansas: Veterinarian warns of poisoned dogs
March 18, 2014
A Topeka veterinary clinic is warning customers about rat poisoning incidents involving someone in a white van who has been seen throwing white bags into people’s yards.
The Chieftain’s Pet of the Week: Nellie
March 18, 2014
Nellie enjoys social time, LOVES her toys, knows some tricks, too.