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Acts of kindness, reasons to cheer

Lacerating politics, terror fears, and fatal encounters with police followed by slayings of officers have made this a joyless summer for too many Americans. Perhaps that heightens the gratitude in south-central Kansas for acts of kindness and reasons to cheer.

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Kansas Democrats’ endorsement streak is over

Kansas started 2016 with the nation’s only perfect 50-year record of endorsing the Democratic Party’s eventual presidential nominee, according to a study by American University’s Kogod School of Business. But the Kansas streak ended this week when the Democratic National Convention awarded the nomination to Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders.

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Kansas a model of what not to do

While the Republican National Convention was avoiding any mention last week of Kansas’ “real live experiment,” Gov. Sam Brownback posed this question to the state’s convention delegation: “What hasn’t worked here?” Seriously? Does he not receive job and revenue reports?

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Opinion Line (July 28)

Listening to Bill Clinton, you would think he actually liked his wife. If Hillary actually is the best mother in the whole world, why did he cheat? What a big storyteller.

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VIDEO: Karl Peterjohn on carbon dioxide, the EPA and not breathing

Sedgwick County commissioner shares his thoughts on climate change during commission meeting Wednesday.
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VIDEO: Karl Peterjohn on carbon dioxide, the EPA and not breathing 1:21

VIDEO: Karl Peterjohn on carbon dioxide, the EPA and not breathing

Tour the interior of the church at Central and Market 2:42

Tour the interior of the church at Central and Market

Vandalism at 445 N. Market 1:10

Vandalism at 445 N. Market

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ICT Chalk Talks kicks off

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