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Trauma Services Gear Up for 4th of July Injuries

Hands, arms and faces suffered the most injuries last year from fireworks that exploded or sparked in the wrong direction according to statistics taken ... read the rest»

AG Schmidt asks Kansas Supreme Court to put school finance ruling on hold during appeal

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt today asked the Kansas Supreme Court to put on hold a lower court's order to increase school funding while the Supreme ... read the rest»

Statement by the Press Secretary on H.R. 2146, H.R. 1295

On Monday, June 29, 2015, the President signed into law: H.R. 2146, the "Defending Public Safety Employees' Retirement Act," which Renews Trade Promotion ... read the rest»

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Moxie Softball Results - Summer Blast - Topeka

Manhattan Optimist Moxie went 1-3 in this weekend's tournament in Topeka. In the opening pool play game, Moxie faced NCK Adrenaline. Alexis Wilson went ... read the rest»

Manhattan Optimist Moxie earns second in Bite Outta the Little Apple Tournament

Manhattan Optimist Moxie started their summer season with a 4-2 record and 2nd place hardware to show for their efforts. In pool play that started on ... read the rest»

Schedule Changes to State Baseball & Softball

The 2015 KSHSAA State Baseball and Softball Tournaments are set to begin this Thursday, however due to recent forecasts of rainy conditions the schedule ... read the rest»

St. Marys HS 2015 MEL Track & Field Results

St. Marys Girls Results 4x800m — second, 10:13.23 100m H — Sarah Kasprzak, seventh, 17.96 100m — Maddie Layton, sixth, 13.18, Mallory ... read the rest»
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Born June 30th
1768: Elizabeth Kortright, later Elizabeth Monroe, first lady to U.S. President James Monroe.
1911: Czeslaw Milosz, Polish poet and critic.
1917: Lena Horne, American singer.
1919: Susan Hayward, actress.
1926: Paul Berg, Nobel Prize-winning biochemist.
June 30th
in history
0: John Bardeen, Walter Brattain, and William Shockley demonstrate their invention, the transistor, for the first time.
0: Three Soviet cosmonauts die when their spacecreaft depressurizes during reentry.
1857: Charles Dickens reads from A Christmas Carol at St. Martin's Hall in London--his first public reading.
1936: Margaret Mitchell's novel, Gone With the Wind, is published.
1960: Alfred Hitchcock's film, Psycho, opens.

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