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May 5, 2015
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Campbell's sad school story

Winfield school superintendent J.K. Campbell told a sad story to about 25 business people at the Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce Thursday.

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Saturday 10/18/2014
The postcard storm isn’t over
Posted: October 18, 2014

We don’t get many storms this time of year, but campaign postcards are raining down on our house.

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Thursday 10/09/2014
Lucien Barbour: Leader, mentor, man to remember
Posted: October 09, 2014

It’s hard to imagine Winfield without Lucien Barbour.

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Friday 09/05/2014
Independent candidates flower on the prairie
Posted: September 05, 2014

There is a rising tide of independent candidates for political office in this country, and that tide has reached Kansas.

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Wednesday 07/23/2014
Republicans for Kansas Values empower moderates
Posted: July 23, 2014

Led by former Senate president Dick Bond, 100 former Republican lawmakers and their allies endorsed the Democratic ticket for governor.

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Saturday 07/05/2014
The Declaration of Independence: A transcription
Posted: July 05, 2014

(Editor's note: This is what all the celebrating is about. If you haven't read the Declration of Independence lately, or if you've never read it, it's well worth your time and effort. )

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Friday 07/04/2014
The Declaration of Independence: A transcription
Updated: July 04, 2014 - 11:27 pm

John Trumbull's oil painting "Declaration of Indepedence" hangs in the United States Capitol Rotunda. It depicts the presentation of the draft of the Declaration to Congress. Many, but not all, of the signers are depicted. (Wikipedia)

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Thursday 05/22/2014
We should never forget those who served
Updated: May 23, 2014 - 4:42 pm

Few experiences are more powerful or moving than a visit to a cemetery on Memorial Day. Unlike a military cemetery where rows upon rows of graves give silent testimony to the human cost of war, in most Kansas cemeteries the stories of the dead – young, old, male and female – tell a story about the community.

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Wednesday 04/23/2014
Phil Schmidt: Teacher, friend, mentor of many
Updated: April 23, 2014 - 12:54 am

Phil Schmidt was a professor of history and anthropology at Southwestern College for 47 years.

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Saturday 03/29/2014
Joe Vann: beloved athlete, educator and friend
Posted: March 29, 2014

(Editor’s note: Bill Medley and Karen Vann Young contributed to this column.)

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Wednesday 02/05/2014
Brownback’s reelection not a sure thing
Posted: February 05, 2014

Gov. Sam Brownback is in trouble and he knows it.

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Tuesday 04/28/2015
Medical Guide
Thursday 04/02/2015
Spring Home Improvement
Tuesday 03/31/2015
City Annual Report
Wednesday 03/25/2015
Farmer and Rancher
Saturday 02/28/2015
Achievement Edition 2015
Thursday 02/19/2015
Farmer and Rancher

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