Like many children, I once dreamed of becoming President of the United States. A big, old White House and a high-power job were awe-inspiring. When I was 13 years old,
Dr. Medlicott arrived in Lawrence, Kan., in 1868. According to the Lawrence Weekly Times of Oct. 19, 1871, John J. Medlicott, of Irish decent was raised near Marietta, Ohio. He
Every so often, something happens to remind us that there’s more to government than the insanity we’re exposed to daily from too many politicians in Washington, D.C. Several of those
It is late summer, 2019, the third year that the Office of President of the United States has been occupied by one causing great concern among humanity around the world.
As the calendar turns to October and a political circus fully envelops D.C., it’s important to remember there’s an election on the horizon that’s not the 2020 presidential referendum. In
The Texas cattle drives stimulated a new era of economic growth across the Kansas plains, especially after Joseph McCoy opened his “cattle depot” at Abilene in 1867. Chicago and St.
What’s that old saying? The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry. That was the case Saturday night. Because of unexpected happenings elsewhere, we missed the Match Month
In the Sept. 5, 2019 USD 112 board minutes, Superintendent Clark stated saying “Are we looking at one school for the entire district?” Then in the Sept. 12, 2019 board
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