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Kansas Supreme Court to consider convicted killer’s appeal
March 23, 2015
The Kansas Supreme Court is considering the appeal of a convicted serial killer who stuffed the bodies of several victims into barrels.
Westar Energy will return $38 million to customers
March 23, 2015
Westar Energy will be sending rebates to customers after collecting $38 million too much last year.
Johnson County museum, 1950’s all-electric-house moving to new county building
March 23, 2015
The Johnson County Museum and the popular 1950’s all-electric house in Shawnee will be moving to the recently approved Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center.
Shawnee’s Neighborhood Painting, Inc., named as a top small business
March 23, 2015
Ryan Toelkes’ innate entrepreneurial spirit has created a booming small businesses in Shawnee and it all began with some strokes of paint and a lot of ground work.
President of Shawnee Rotary Club remembered as humble leader
March 23, 2015
Dan Cook died on Friday at the age of 47 in Wyoming. He is remembered by the Shawnee Rotary Club as a humble leader who served the community well.
Officials to discuss program for Kansas food aid recipients
March 23, 2015
State and federal officials are preparing to outline the details of a new program for helping food stamp recipients in Kansas find employment.
Hospitals push for Medicaid expansion in Kansas
March 23, 2015
Hospitals are hurting because Kansas hasn’t expanded Medicaid coverage to serve more poor people, health officials said in urging lawmakers to make changes.
Shawnee has mixed reaction to concealed-carry firearm bill
March 23, 2015
A bill is quickly making its way through the Kansas legislature that would allow people to carry concealed guns without requiring them to get a state permit or take training classes.