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Tony Adame covers athletics at small Kansas colleges.
Paul Suellentrop covers Wichita State athletics.
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Marcia Werts is a metro editor at The Eagle.
Ardua Harris is the features editor for The Eagle.
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Jerry Siebenmark covers banking and financial services.
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Hashtags: The Eagle encourages conversations via Twitter using hashtags. All you have to do is write your tweet and include the hashtag. Here are some local hashtags you could use:
#ksstorms: Weather-related updates
#wichita: General Wichita tweets
#ictdining: Updates related to Wichita-area restaurants or food
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