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May 28th, 2022
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GUEST COLUMN, Star Parker   I am so pleased and proud that the first annual edition of The State of Black America (Encounter Books), published by my organization, CURE, Center for Urban Renewal and Education, in conjunction with the Claremont Institute has just been released. CURE was...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR, Starley Craig, Liberal   USD No. 480 plans on spending more than $300,000 on some new programs for next school year. This figure does not include future programs that may catch the staff’s and board’s eyes. This is a list of programs to be adopted for USD No. 480....

GUEST COLUMN, Larry Phillips, Kismet   It was so heartwarming to see my critics are still living on every word I write. Without someone and something to hate, these poor folks would shrivel up and blow away. The important thing is they prove everything I believe and write about concerning...

SAINTS PERSPECTIVE, SCCC President Brad Bennett   When I first arrived back at Seward County Community College, I immediately began to plan for the future of our extraordinary institution. We are in the midst of making several changes and updates around campus with the goal of academic year...

GUEST COLUMN, Ganon Evans, Kansas Policy Institute   The April Labor Report from the Kansas Department of Labor shows Kansas lost 100 private-sector jobs. Updated jobs numbers show that private-sector jobs in March were 3,000 more than what was estimated last month; previous job numbers are...

MY PERSPECTIVE, Gary Damron   Last week we reviewed a high point in David’s life, as he killed the giant Goliath after telling him, “‘the battle is the Lord’s’” (1 Samuel 17:47). “Saul took him that day and did not let him return to his father’s house. Then Jonathan [Saul’s son] made a...

THE POSTSCRIPT, Carrie Classon   It’s that time of year again. No, I am not talking about bikini season. I’m talking about bunion season.  I did not even know I had a bunion until fairly recently and now, every time I start wearing sandals again, I am reminded that I do. I imagine it...

L&T Publisher Earl Watt   Addressing economic development in Liberal and Seward County has had its shares of ups and downs over the decades, and the current effort to revisit the unified front on tackling economic development should have been done years ago. Liberal’s attempts at...

GUEST COLUMN, Greg Doering, Kansas Farm Bureau   I recently saw my first copperhead of the year while out trying to catch some pre-spawn bass at a farm pond. Initially I thought it was a snapping turtle poking its head above the water before I caught a glimpse of the telltale oscillation of...

GUEST COLUMN, Dick Morris   The lesson of history could not be clearer: If we don’t fight those who would invade their neighbors, we will be stuck fighting them on our own shores. As Ukraine remains in a life-and-death struggle for its existence, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., took to the Senate...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR, Starley Craig, Liberal

 

USD No. 480 plans on spending more than $300,000 [ ... ]

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GUEST COLUMN, Larry Phillips, Kismet

 

It was so heartwarming to see my critics are still living [ ... ]

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