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    SHARED HOPE INTERNATIONAL GIVES KANSAS AN “A”

    Shared Hope International, a victim advocacy group that seeks to end sex trafficking and exploitation of women and children worldwide, issues annual report cards for states through its Protected Innocence Challenge. The “grade” Kansas received from Shared Hope International for ...Read More

    MORE PROTESTS OF PLANNED BIO TESTING

    The City of Newkirk is issuing a proclamation against planned chemical and biological testing at at the nearby Chilocco Indian School property at its next meeting, that is scheduled for November 27th, marking the latest move against the plans ...Read More

    Citizens Concerned Over Proposed Biological Testing

    On Sunday, a group of concerned citizens gathered along the Kansas, Oklahoma border to protest planned biological warfare testing, after it was revealed last week, that the Department of Homeland Security plans to mimic a biological terror attack at the ...Read More

    Area Police Report Uptick In Thefts From Vehicles

    In Winfield, police are getting overwhelmed with the growing number of burglarys. They say this week alone, more than 15 vehicles were broken into. According to Winfield Police, most of the cases involved vehicles that were left unlocked, so technically, ...Read More

    Stabbing In Winfield

    Winfield police continue today, to search for a suspect who they say stabbed a man Tuesday night in West Winfield. It happened around 11PM Tuesday, at 915 Stewart Street, where a 42-year-old man was found, bleeding from a stab wound ...Read More

    CHANGES ON ARK CITY SCHOOL BOARD

    Some new faces will grace the Arkansas City school board with the new year… Rhoda MacLaughlin-Ramirez and Lori Barnes both won spots in Tuesday’s election, along with incumbent Lance Niles, who was appointed to fill a vacant seat earlier this ...Read More

    COWLEY ELECTION RESULTS LISTED

    In the race for four open seats on the Cowley College Board of Trustees, the three incumbents, Bob Juden, Ned Graham and Brian Sanderholm, all were elected to serve another term. Gary Wilson was also elected to the board. Wilson ...Read More

    WINFIELD ELECTS THREE NEW FACES FOR SCHOOL BOARD

    Winfield voters on Tuesday elected Craig Thompson (1,026 votes), Julie St. Peter (945) and Edward Loeb (646) to the school board, making them the three new faces on the seven-member board. The new board members will be installed in January. ...Read More