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Civil tables

Civic clubs often meet at meal time for their business, and for most of them it's to help others who could use a lift,...

Hybrids needed

Late last month the Kansas secretary of state certified United Kansas as the state's third minor political party. Certified earlier for the next general...

AI, RI

Artificial Intelligence, the darling of master nerds, coding maestros and computer virtuosos, is shined up as an indispensible part of life as we scroll...

Hopscotch

Next week local students in Kansas will be free to enroll in schools beyond their home district. In urban counties, the change tempts visions...

Journalism lost (2): obituaries

The obituary was once a critical feature in newspaper publishing. Now it lives mostly online, the last words published about an individual, a finale...

Frugal vs. cheap

Legislators and voters can fall prey to the no-tax hobby farmers who believe township ghosts fix the roads, that the sheriff works for free...

A lousy system

Spring will bring us tree pollen, ragweed, and presidential primaries. There are remedies at hand for most seasonal allergies but an antidote for these...

Opportunity

Four years ago, students and educators in southwest Kansas began talk of bringing a satellite campus from one of the state's universities to Dodge...

East and West (3)

The state's few metropolitan counties and its vast rural stretches are set apart by contrasting landscapes, divergent lifestyles and disparate cultures. But their people...

The dead zone

Half the world erupts: Gaza in ruin, the Middle East a powder keg. War continues in Ukraine. Haiti, west Africa, Central America and Europe's...

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