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“I’m a staunch Republican but I’m gonna vote for Laura Kelly in the upcoming election.” So said a local small businessman a couple of weeks back. more
Next Tuesday, voters, please remember that Democrats will never run out of excuses for criminals. more
If, as expected, Republicans win back one or both houses of Congress in the midterm elections, the most significant impact could well be summed up in two words: judges and subpoenas.   more
On March 2, 2021, when he had been president less than two months, Joe Biden met with a group of liberal historians in the White House East Room. The subject was Biden's "determination to be one of the most consequential presidents" in U.S. history, according to an account in Axios. more
No tree is more iconic than the apple tree. These beautiful shapely trees with their big red fruits are common in backyards and orchards, not only in the U.S. but also across the world. more
Here’s a recollection by 1964 PHS graduate Nancy Keller Kincaid about childhood hunting and fishing trips with her father and some strip pit swimming advice from her grandfather. — J.T.K.  more
As voters prepare to head to the polls, I want to once again bring awareness that in Kansas we have an ability to vote for sheriff, but do not have a constitutional right to do so. more
Among the questions on the Kansas ballot on Nov. 8 will be whether to retain certain Kansas Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and local District Court judges on the bench. more
The Randolph name is intertwined with the early history of Pittsburg Public Library. more
The holidays are approaching, and cheese and charcuterie boards are a great way to entertain. Look to France for inspiration and add duck rillettes to your charcuterie board.  more
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