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Wed
03
Feb

The mystery of Texas fever

When drovers trailed their wild longhorn cattle into Kansas, the dreaded cry of “Texas fever.” Could spread panic through the stock farms that were in their path. Also known as Spanish fever, the mysterious disease could lie dormant for years, as though it were merely the figment of a particularly cruel imagination.

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Wed
27
Jan

Taking candy from kids

Jerry Marsh
Political Bites
 
Wed
27
Jan

GRASSROOTS NEWS

By John Schlageck
Special to the I-R
 
Wed
20
Jan

The Boston War

THE WAY WEST
By "The Cowboy" Jim Gray
 
Wed
20
Jan

Budget won’t go away

Rep. Steven Johnson
Capitol View
 
Wed
13
Jan

Live free or die

By "The Cowboy" Jim Gray
 
Wed
13
Jan

Government should work

By Lee Hamilton
 
Wed
06
Jan

Engage in our Democracy

Jerry Marsh
Political Bites
 
Wed
06
Jan

LET’S TALK TAXES

A recent story from the Associated Press outlines the problems faced by the Kansas Department of Corrections in finding new employees. “They are leaving state prisons in droves because of low pay, creating a public safety crisis that legislators will have to deal with on top of plugging a budget hole,” wrote AP’s John Hanna.
 
Wed
30
Dec

Frontier New Year’s Eve

The Way West
By "The Cowboy" Jim Gray
 

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