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Representative Jerry Henry to file for 1st Senate District

TOPEKA — Jerry Henry, of Atchison, today announced he will file to run for the Kansas Senate in the 1st District, which includes Atchison, Brown, ... read the rest»

WTC Control

Wamego — WTC announced today the release of WTC Control, our new home monitoring product. WTC Control combines the features of home automation and ... read the rest»

Play “Pick 3” Twice a Day Starting February 7

TOPEKA — Starting Sunday, February 7, the Kansas Lottery’s Pick 3 game will be drawn twice a day, giving players twice as many chances to ... read the rest»

KWU Presents Concert Featuring Wind Ensemble and Orchestras

Salina — The Kansas Wesleyan Department of Music presents its Winter Band-Orchestras Concert at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2016, in Sams Chapel, ... read the rest»

Westar Energy schedules conference call to discuss 2015 results.

Topeka — On Feb. 24, 2016, Westar Energy, Inc. (NYSE: WR) plans to release 4th quarter and year end 2015 earnings after market close. On Thursday, ... read the rest»

Sports top 5

Rock Creek Basketball

Boys The Rock Creek varsity boys had two games this week one that was great and one that was not so hot. They started off the week on Monday, ... read the rest»

Friday nights game

We will not be playing a 9th (C-team) girls game at Clay Center this Friday, Dec.... read the rest»

Wamego wrestling results

The Wamego Red Raider grapplers placed third at their home invitational on Saturday, with Alec Pierson and Tyler Patrick winning their events. "We had ... read the rest»

Dawgs Repeat

Rossville fans went through a season of runaway victories wondering if a challenge was available in class 3A. On Saturday in the state championship game ... read the rest»

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Born February 5th
1900: Adlai E. Stevenson II, Illinois governor and presidential candidate.
1914: Sir Alan Hodgin, English physiologist and biophysicist.
1926: Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, longtime New York Times publisher.
1934: Hank Aaron, American hall of fame baseball player.
1938: John Guare, playwright (The House of Blue Leaves).
February 5th
in history
1900: The United States and Great Britain sign the Hay-Pauncefote Treaty, giving the United States the right to build a canal in Nicaragua but not to fortify it.
1917: U.S. Congress nullifies President Woordrow Wilson's veto of the Immigration Act; literacy tests are required.
1918: The Soviets proclaim separation of church and state.
1922: The Reader's Digest begins publication in New York.
1922: William Larned's steel-framed tennis racquet gets its first test.

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