Karigan Kepple, 17, accompanied by her mom, Amber Kepple, left, gets her first driver’s license from clerk Vivian Rollins. Starting Monday, July 8, the driver’s license office in Wichita’s Twin Lakes Shopping Center will be open on Mondays, through Aug. 26, to help alleviate the summer crunch largely brought on by teenagers getting their learner's permit and licenses. (July 8, 2013)
Karigan Kepple, 17, accompanied by her mom, Amber Kepple, left, gets her first driver’s license from clerk Vivian Rollins. Starting Monday, July 8, the driver’s license office in Wichita’s Twin Lakes Shopping Center will be open on Mondays, through Aug. 26, to help alleviate the summer crunch largely brought on by teenagers getting their learner's permit and licenses. (July 8, 2013) File photo
Karigan Kepple, 17, accompanied by her mom, Amber Kepple, left, gets her first driver’s license from clerk Vivian Rollins. Starting Monday, July 8, the driver’s license office in Wichita’s Twin Lakes Shopping Center will be open on Mondays, through Aug. 26, to help alleviate the summer crunch largely brought on by teenagers getting their learner's permit and licenses. (July 8, 2013) File photo

State hopes opening Mondays for summer will bring relief for driver’s license office

July 09, 2013 08:14 AM

UPDATED August 06, 2014 02:47 AM

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