MANHATTAN, Kansas — Five Republicans running for the U.S. Senate debated farm issues in Manhattan on Saturday. They all described themselves as loyalists to President Donald Trump.
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Peggy Smith is the office administrator for Haysville United Methodist Church, but after being inspired by a message from the church pastor, Peggy has added in a COVID-19 endeavor: making masks.
Kansas junior college football plays in the big time these days. The Jayhawk Community College Conference made a key change to its player eligibility rules three years ago that drew blue-chip players in from out of state. The level of play shot up almost overnight, transforming at least one team from a perennial doormat to a national contender.