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    Wyandotte Daily
    Wyandotte Daily
    Wyandotte Daily

    Wyandotte Daily

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    Record number of dogs and cats helped at Humane Society

    UG releases ballot records for commissioner selection

    Girlfriend says yes to proposal months after donating kidney to boyfriend

    Courtney followed in parent's footsteps as award-winning teacher

    Pembroke Hill seniors help Strawberry Hill neighborhood

    Kansas officials say cash donations best way to help tornado victims

    Owens recognized for contributions to local history

    Opinion: Legislative update from Sen. Pat Pettey

    Two KCKCC freshmen earn all-Jayhawk softball honors Sophomore Alyssa Lee first recipient of Justin Cothran Helmet Award. Other awards announced. more »

    Wichita - The Kansas City T-Bones wrapped up a quick two-game road series with a 5-4 win over the Wichita Wingnuts at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium on Friday night.

    New book by Sporting KC's goalkeeper details how he overcame a gambling problem and went on to establish himself as one of the top players in Major League Soccer. more »

    Targeting families involved in divorce, estrangement, conflictual situations or domestic violence, the PACES Exchange and Visitation Center, Kansas City, Kan., provides a safe, neutral, child-friendly environment for families. more »

    A University of Kansas Medical Center professor, whose research focuses on the benefits of exercise after strokes, will walk 570 miles across the entire state of Kansas this month in support of research. more »

    New turf saves games and helps boost Blue Devils’ (35-23) recruiting efforts. more »

    Twenty-eight people, most requesting funding, spoke at a public hearing on the Unified Government budget on Thursday night. But only the 29th request of the night received approval. more »

    The Kansas City, Kan., Rotary Club, at its May 7 luncheon, recognized outstanding teachers from each of Wyandotte County's nine high schools. more »

    Cinco de Mayo parade downtown rescheduled The Cinco de Mayo parade in downtown Kansas City, Kan., has been rescheduled. more »

    Beginning on Monday, May 20, and continuing through Sunday, June 2, drivers can expect increased sheriff presence on city streets, highways and roadways as the Wyandotte

    How much is gas? Gas prices jumped during the past week. more »

    T-Bones drop season opener Following an emotional pregame, the Wichita Wingnuts used two big innings and a strong pitching performance to beat the Kansas City T-Bones 8-0 in the 2013 regular season opener at Lawrence Dumont Stadium. more »

    KCKCC cager Montgomery signs with Graceland Rich Harrop has turned to Kansas City Kansas Community College to add size and rebounding to his Graceland University basketball team by signing 6-1 Lady Blue Devil forward Jherica Montgomery. more »

    Newspaper industry experiences many changes during 150 years Things have changed substantially since the Kansas Press Association was founded 150 years ago. more »

    Asner to portray ‘FDR’ in KCK in benefit performance Actor Ed Asner will return to his hometown and to Wyandotte High School to give a benefit performance of "FDR" on June 29. more »

    Obituary: Edyth A. Bowring Edyth A. Bowring, 98, died peacefully Wednesday, April 30, 2013, at the Indian Creek Health Care Center in Overland Park, Kan. more » May 2, 2013 in NEWS

    KCK native and Kansas Supreme Court justice honored by KU Law School A Kansas Supreme Court justice who is a native of Kansas City, Kan., was one of three persons honored recently by the University of Kansas School of Law. more » May 15, 2013 in NEWS

    Bynum, Banks add names to commission applicants

    Sporting KC to play host to Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup third-round match on May 28 at Sporting Park

    Casino charitable grants may go to 13 agencies

    BPU looks at bill prepayment by William Crum May 15, 2013 Content RSSPrint The Board of Public Utilities discussed the possibility of prepaying utility bills at the May 15 workshop meeting.

    Annual golf outing supports scholarships for KCK students The KCK School Foundation for Excellence is holding its 23rd annual Scholarship Golf Tournament on Wednesday, June 12, at Sunflower Hills Golf Course, Bonner Springs, Kan. more » May 15, 2013 in SPORTS

    KCK native and Kansas Supreme Court justice honored by KU Law School A Kansas Supreme Court justice who is a native of Kansas City, Kan., was one of three persons honored recently by the University of Kansas School of Law. more » May 15, 2013 in NEWS

    Retiring KCKCC couple headed for dream home in Colorado When it comes to retiring, it doesn’t get much better than those retirement years that are ahead for Kansas City Kansas Community College’s Ron and Terry Bales. more »

    Five applicants so far for vacant 1st District, at-large Commission seat Five applicants have filed so far for the vacant 1st District, at-large seat on the Unified Government Commission. more »

    Home catches fire twice near 53rd and Hagemann

    KCK wholesale bakery expands offerings nationwide Desserts by Angie, a wholesale bakery operating in Kansas City, Kan., expanded today to start offering online ordering nationwide. more »

    Mayor to speak at Habitat prayer breakfast May 31 Mayor Mark Holland will be the keynote speaker for the Heartland Habitat for Humanity 2013 Faith in Community Prayer Breakfast. more »

    T-Bones drop exhibition game to RedHawks, 8-2

    Public forums planned for KCKCC academic vice president finalists

    Police destroy explosives found in field

    Inmates escape from Lansing Correctional Facility