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July 13, 2014

Army recruiter: Tougher tattoo rules bring fewer –but better – recruits

By Bonnie Miller Rubin, Chicago Tribune

Uncle Sam still wants you – just not as heavily inked.

Three killed in accident on K-254 and 159th Street East

Eagle staff

At least three people are dead after an accident at K-254 and 159th Street East, a Sedgwick County dispatcher said.

Motley Crue: It was loud. There was fire. It was rock ’n’ roll.

By Denise Neil, The Wichita Eagle

A wall of speakers loud enough to leave ears ringing for hours. Grown men screaming until their voices were gone. Hand horns by the hundreds. Pyrotechnics hot enough to be felt in the back of the house.

School districts debate merits of master’s for teachers

By JAMIE STENGLE, Associated Press

Efforts to eliminate extra pay for teachers who earn advanced degrees are gaining momentum in a small but growing number of U.S. schools, stirring a national debate about how best to compensate quality educators and angering teachers who say the extra training is valuable.

Raffle to benefit family of former Wichita police officer who died on trail

By Amy Renee Leiker, The Wichita Eagle

The wife and four young children of a former Wichita police officer killed while climbing a trail at Table Rock Lake earlier this year will benefit from a raffle and fundraiser set for Aug. 2.

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