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Kansas (Free access)
Sunday, May 22, 2022
Kansas Legislature convenes Monday for ceremonial final day of the 2022 session, but some lawmakers sought action on fentanyl, tax and vehicle legislation.
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Saturday, May 21, 2022
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Friday, May 20, 2022
TOPEKA — The Kansas Supreme Court waded through more than a decade of complex procedural history and an enormous evidentiary record Friday to reverse the Kansas Court of Appeals by answering a simple-sounding question of where businessman Gene Bicknell resided for tax purposes in 2005 and 2006. Bicknell, who gained fame as a Pizza Hut […]
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The U.S. House panel investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol on Thursday asked Republican Rep. Barry Loudermilk of Georgia to appear before the committee to answer questions about a tour of the Capitol that Loudermilk gave the day before the assault. But Loudermilk and the top Republican on the House Administration […]
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National (Free access)
Monday, May 23, 2022
When Vladimir Putin announced Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the war seemed far away from Russian territory. Yet within days the conflict came home — not with cruise missiles and mortars but in the form of unprecedented and unexpectedly extensive volleys of sanctions by Western governments and economic punishment by corporations. Three months after the invasion, many ordinary Russians are reeling from blows to their livelihoods and emotions. Moscow’s vast shopping malls have turned into eerie expanses of shuttered storefronts. Harsh new restrictions and the closure of independent media have prompted many Russians to flee. But even that has gotten much harder, as Western nations banned flights. One expert says a summer of economic misery could be coming for Russians. more >>
Health officials remain perplexed by mysterious cases of severe liver damage in hundreds of young children around the world. The best available evidence points to a fairly common stomach bug. That virus hasn’t previously caused this kind of problem in otherwise healthy kids. Investigators in the U.S. and abroad are exploring a number of theories that might explain the mystery. One possibility that's not yet proven: that the stomach virus and the coronavirus are combining to provoke a liver-damaging immune system response. more >>
- By Kim Baldwin McPherson County farmer and rancher
It’s beginning to feel and look a lot more like summer is quickly nearing! The kids have wrapped up their school year, the alfalfa is about to bloom, the cows have come home to graze, and the wheat is waving in the warm Kansas winds.
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