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Topeka Hy-Vee hosts 'Cram-A-Van' fund raiser

TOPEKA, Kan.(KSNT)- Topeka Hy-Vee  located on 29th and Wanamaker Rd. held their annual “Cram-A Van” event on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Customers had an opportunity to purchase prepackaged bags of food for $5.00 to help Project Topeka Food Drive. 11 more words

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Ongoing NCAA issue could keep Kansas freshman from playing again this season

Kansas big man and freshman Cliff Alexander was pulled from the lineup for the Jayhawk’s game against Texas on Saturday because of an ongoing NCAA issue.  106 more words

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You Can't Get Rid of the Income Tax Without Consequences

We’re here now at the end of February and we all know what that means–it’s tax filing season. Which, of course, also means that it’s the season for complaining about taxes. 605 more words

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Shawnee County Sheriff’s office in phase III accident reporting

TOPEKA, Kan.(KSNT)- The Shawnee County Sheriff’s office has implemented phase III accident reporting as of Saturday at 2:15 p.m. During Phase III reporting, the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office will respond and investigate only those accidents listed below: 172 more words

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Suspect in Lawrence man's death rejects plea agreement

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — A woman charged with killing her housemate in Lawrence last year has rejected two plea agreements and will go to trial in March. 125 more words

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Former Kansas superintendent and 2 others sue over firings

GARDNER, Kan. (AP) — A superintendent and two of his top administrators who were fired last year are suing the Gardner-Edgerton School district in northeast Kansas. 117 more words

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Images - Volume 1, Week 9

When Heartland Park Topeka opened in 1989, the planned scope of the multi-sport motor sports facility seemed destined to make the Capital city of Kansas the capital of automobile racing in the midwest for decades to come. 396 more words

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