July 16, 2013
Jason Kendall is news editor of the Shawnee Dispatch.
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My family specializes in unusual Christmases. There was the Christmas Eve when the lights went out. It was 1987, and we were living in a tiny apartment building, stacked alongside 8 million other people in Seoul, the capital city of South Korea.
There’s more to it than meets the eye. That was the upshot of a column I wrote in this space, back in August, about Shawnee lawmakers’ ongoing review of the city’s policies regarding how to conduct public meetings.
Get ready, Shawnee, your taxes are going up.
The best restaurant I’ve ever eaten at is called the Schnitzel Shack. It’s way out in the styx of Rincon, Ga., tucked into a nondescript strip mall between a thrift store and a nail salon. Its interior is a cultural blender set on pulse: traditional beer-hall tables, a
How long is too long for a public meeting? No one wanted to say it, but that seemed to be the upshot Tuesday night when a Shawnee City Council committee meeting turned to the issue of the governing body’s public-meeting policy.
Just how hilly is Shawnee's Johnson Drive? A GPS, a 7-mile drive and a sea-level change later, we try to get to the bottom of it.
What’s the one, single thing that represents Shawnee to you?