These cool nights and warm days have my sinuses in an uproar. I’ve taken so much Advil the past few days that I hear Gov. Sam Brownback is going to put a tax on ibuprofen.
Want to fix the state’s finances? No problem. Fine legislators $1,000 every time they blame someone else for the budget mess.
Never miss a local story.
The one-track mind Kansas liberal assigns blame for all that is evil to the Koch brothers. I’ll bet they will be blamed for arson, looting and rioting in the liberal-controlled city of Baltimore next.
Mr. President: Young people who refuse to finish high school won’t be helped by your silly idea of free community college.
Hillary Clinton, if elected president, will be the death of the United States.
I’d rather have Hillary on my side instead of Jeb Bush.
The safest place to ride a bicycle in Wichita is on a stationary one at the YMCA.
If you think you look cool smoking an e-cig while you’re driving, well, think again.
The courts are stacked in favor of the prosecutors when so many of the judgeships are given to former prosecutors. In a criminal case there is no way that their experience as a prosecutor will not influence their rulings and handling of the trial.
After the windstorm a few weeks ago, there are still homeowners with piles of branches by their front curb. Are you waiting for the branch fairy to come by and pick them up?
Having a baby’s ears pierced is child abuse.
This year’s “Gridiron” show had way too many negative political jokes. I know the media lean far left. I can laugh as much as anyone and attend “Gridiron” every year, but these jokes were not cleverly written nor humorous.
Wichita was among the few places in the U.S. not participating in the 50th anniversary of “The Sound of Music.” With Bill Warren’s monopoly, the blame falls on him. Does this make sense for someone who has invested so much in honoring the golden era of movie palaces?
The family of John David Loeb would like to thank the Derby EMS, fire and police departments. On April 19 we were frantic and grief-stricken, and the men who responded treated the situation and our family with professionalism, sympathy and compassion.
Thank you to the very tall young man who searched the whole grocery store to give this senior citizen with high blood pressure the last bag of “less salt” potato chips.
“Hwooping,” “wooping,” “hooping.” Each correct, the last one preferred. If all you have to worry about is how to pronounce “whooping cough,” you are fortunate indeed.
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