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Wed
02
Nov

Life and times of Paddy Welsh

By "The Cowboy" Jim Gray
 
Wed
02
Nov

Abuser-in-chief Trump?

By Jill Richardson
 
Wed
26
Oct

Defining independent

By Jerry Marsh
 
Wed
26
Oct

JUSTICE MEANS YES

Here’s what you need to know about the effort to unseat Kansas Supreme Court justices up for retention on the Nov. 8 ballot: The Carr brothers will never, ever see the light of day again. The justices are not activists. That’s a term for a judge who doesn’t roll your way all the time. If the justices are unseated, Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback will have undue influence replacing them.
 
Wed
19
Oct

Camp on the Pawnee Fork

By "The Cowboy" Jim Gray
 
Wed
19
Oct

Do your duty and vote!

By Jerry Marsh
 
Wed
12
Oct

GENDER BIAS

We shouldn’t need an 11-year-old tape of Donald Trump being his sexist self to know how he views women. His record speaks for itself — as does his behavior at Sunday night’s debate with Hillary Clinton. This is how the Los Angeles Times editorial writers described the Republican’s nominee for president: “Trump successfully steered the discussion in his direction most of the time.
 
Wed
12
Oct

GIVE BACK

At this past week’s breakfast meeting of the Smoky Hills Charitable Foundation at Wilson, Ellsworth attorney John Sherman announced that the Stumps Foundation, which he represents, planned to kick off this fall’s Two-for-One campaign by donating $10,000 to Smoky Hills’ unrestricted Community Fund.
 
Wed
05
Oct

Kansas could go national

By Jerry Marsh
 
Wed
05
Oct

WAY TO KNOW

By Layne Bruce
 
Several years ago cyberspace was frenzied over many popular websites going dark for 24 hours to protest a federal bill meant to crack down on video piracy. The Stop Online Piracy Act — or SOPA — was a controversial and perhaps misguided effort championed by the Motion Picture Association of America to end illegal online sharing of copyrighted material, primarily movies and music.
 

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