After learning the process Sunday, the Social Action Committee at First Unitarian Universalist Church is looking at where to go from here.
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MDA officials say their goal is to provide the best experience for campers.
It would include a tower 100 feet tall at 707 west 13th street.
Marrs and Mattis have been inseparable since they met for the first time in August.
A Hutchinson man has located his lost service dog that went missing.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reports that the influenza has directly caused 65 deaths in Kansas.
Corporate officials say they expect the deal to close in May.
After working in nearly 170 homes, the Disaster Response group for the Great Plains United Methodist Conference is almost done.
It is no normal textbook-style class.
To help deal with the fatal fire, the department had a critical incident stress debriefing Sunday.
It comes just weeks after Brownback presented his goals for the state budget.
He says now that his family’s power is back, he plans on visiting them over the summer, to help them clean up.
The lawsuit was just filed in district court Monday.
It happened at Honie’s Wig & Beauty Supply in the 1700 block of South Hillside around 12:30 p.m.
The challenge involves people, mostly teenagers, eating the laundry capsules on video for others to see on social media.