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NCK Tech Board Of Trustees – July 2017

The NCK Tech Board of Trustees met on Monday evening, July 31 on campus in Beloit. Jim Johnson was re-elected as the board president with Carolyn Finney as the vice-president. The board then approved...

Kansas Offers Online Hunter Education Courses

Taking Hunter Education has never been more convenient thanks to Internet-assisted courses designed to allow students to complete their classwork at home. After a student completes their Internet work, they can attend a field...

Brownback Holds Presser, Leaves Biggest Question Unanswered

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback discussed his appointment on Thursday to become an ambassador in President Trump’s administration during a news conference. On Wednesday the White House announced President Donald Trump would nominate Brownback to...

Kansas Class “AA” American Legion Baseball Scoreboard – 7/27/17

The Kansas "AA" American Legion Baseball State Tournament started a day late after heavy rains move across Marshall County, causing a rain-out. Click to view the updated bracket In games Thursday, July 27 at Marysville: Doniphan...

Gov. Brownback Expected To Resign To Take U.S. Ambassador Position

President Donald Trump plans to nominate Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback to serve as ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom. The White House confirmed yesterday that the President plans to announce the appointment today. If confirmed by...

Kansas System Hack Accessed Millions Of Social Security Numbers

By Celia Llopis-Jepsen for the Kansas News Service Hackers who breached a Kansas Department of Commerce data system used by multiple states gained access to more than 5.5 million Social Security Numbers and put the...

Kansas Supreme Court To Hear School Finance Case

Attorneys for Kansas could face a potential uphill battle beginning today in the Kansas Supreme Court as they prepare to argue that legislators increased spending on public schools enough this year to provide a...

With Kansas Senator’s Opposition, GOP Health Care Bill Stopped

By JIM MCLEAN - Kansas News Service U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran remains a “no” vote on the Republican’s Affordable Care Act replacement bill. In late June, the Republican senator from Kansas, to the surprise of many, announced his...

KHP Reports Significant Increase In Citations Over Independence Day Weekend

The Kansas Highway Patrol wrote more DUI and speeding tickets over the Independence Day Holiday than in 2016. On the bright side, the KHP reported no fatality accidents. The reporting period ran from 6p.m....

Kansas Tops June Revenue Projection By Over 13 Percent

Kansas says it collected $72 million more in taxes than anticipated in June. The Department of Revenue reported Monday that the state took in $609 million in taxes last month. That’s 13.5 percent more than...
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