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All Kansas road work signs should have the state motto on them: “Ad astra per aspera.” To the stars through difficulty.
There are a lot more male flight attendants now than there used to be. Not surprisingly, they treat you more like your dad and not your mom. Don’t expect an extra smile or service.
The voters gave the Republicans the Senate, the House of Representatives and the presidency and they still cannot get anything done. Does Congress realize how incompetent that makes them look?
So Germany doesn’t think they can rely on the U.S. That is exactly the way it should be. We can no longer afford to fight the world’s battles. Since we aren’t that reliable, stop selling your VWs in the USA.
President Trump’s terrible choices for his staff, advisers and Cabinet positions have been beyond imagination. No one can accomplish anything when they are bogged down fixing mistakes due to incompetence or trying to explain lies with more lies.
Conservatives were very unhappy under Presidents Clinton and Obama. We just have self-control not to riot, burn cars, scream and curse.
Bill Snyder tells you all you need to know about K-State in not releasing Corey Sutton. Don’t risk going there because sometimes, like in life, things don’t work out and you have to move forward.
Wichita and WSU should do all they can to keep the state track meet returning to Wichita.
It appears that Mayor Longwell wants to rob pedestrians of their safety and sanity by allowing unfettered access to all parks to bicyclists.
I do not understand the reasoning to spend $1.5 million on Nafzger Park for the NCAA Tournament when we are closing the pool at McAdams Park, which directly serves Wichita citizens and children.
There’s certainly a lot to complain about in Wichita and Kansas, but I have to say that all the new planters along Douglas with their wonderful mix of flowers and foliage are fabulous.
One of life’s little joys is purchasing an item you need and realizing it unexpectedly was on sale.
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