Kellis Robinett

Kellis is a University of Kansas student who is working this summer at The Current. Robinett hails from Austin, Texas, and is majoring in journalism at KU. He'll be the sports editor this fall of the University Daily Kansan, the school newspaper, but he'll be covering both news and sports this summer in Lansing.

Recent stories

Price to outfit each officer put near $3,210
August 18, 2005
Handcuffs: $39.99. Badge: $110. Body armor: $550. Outfitting a Lansing Police officer: Priceless. Well, not exactly.
Lansing cyclists join 8,000 riders for Northwest trek
August 11, 2005
Two Lansing women experienced the bike ride of a lifetime last month when they made the 200-mile trek from Seattle to Portland.
Business owner at home at bed and breakfast
August 4, 2005
Brenda Frese operates Moose Landing Bed & Breakfast out of her home in Lansing.
Family’s commitment to farming rewarded by county Farm Bureau
July 21, 2005
John Sloan and his family were named Leavenworth County Farm Family of the Year last week.
93-year-old ready for LHS reunion
July 21, 2005
Mae Florence Stiglmire, 93, will be the oldest alumna at this weekend’s Lansing High School All-Class Reunion.
Rags ignite fire at Dairy Queen
Reopening still slated for August
July 14, 2005
A box of rags soaked in turpentine caught fire at Dairy Queen on Sunday, causing smoke damage to the ceiling tiles.
K-5 traffic detoured for bridge work
July 14, 2005
Those who regularly drive on Kansas Highway 5 should get used to the detour that diverts them off the road on Lansing’s east side.
K-5 detours begin
July 13, 2005
Work began Monday on a $600,000 construction project that will detour traffic off of Kansas Highway 5 on Lansing’s east side.
Spate of new laws takes effect Friday
June 30, 2005
Several new laws will go into effect Friday, July 1, for the state of Kansas.
Local fans celebrate with Simien
Leavenworth native fulfills dream when taken 29th in NBA Draft
June 30, 2005
Former Jayhawk basketball player and Leavenworth High School alumus Wayne Simien was drafted by NBA team the Miami Heat on Tuesday.

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Recent photos

Officer Manuel Olmos models the equipment Lansing Police officer wear on any given day. All totaled, the uniforms and equipment for one officer costs $3,209.77.

Moose Landing owner Brenda Frese

An interior view of Moose Landing

Another interior view of Moose Landing

Moose Landing Bed & Breakfast is in south Lansing, in the newly annexed area of the city.

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