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October 18

Last week, several of us at The Daily Union had the opportunity to attend the Montgomery Family Symposium at the University of Kansas, an annual event that provides additional learning opportunities for journalists in the state of Kansas.

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October 14

This same-sex marriage business has gotten very complicated and very political very quickly, hasn’t it? When you sit down and think it through, it’s probably this superior sovereignty business that makes it complicated.

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October 14

To the Editor: Some men and women seek offices such as state representative or other high office while others live their lives quietly, doing their jobs, helping their neighbors and serving their community, state and nation in ways that are far less public and glamorous, until they are called to serve

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October 06

To the editor: I plan to support Paul Davis and Jill Docking in their bid to unseat the current Gov. Sam Brownback. I believe Paul Davis can bring the right measure of cooperation and bipartisanship to the governor’s office.

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October 06

To the Editor: Mr. Sanders, yours was the best letter to the editor I have seen in years. There is only one problem. The powers to be, just will not listen to anyone.

Man arrested after jumping White House fence, causing lockdown
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A man jumped the White House fence on Wednesday evening and was attacked by Secret Service dogs before being arrested, a Secret Service spokesman said...
Man arrested after jumping White House fence, causing lockdown
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A man jumped the White House fence on Wednesday evening and was attacked by Secret Service dogs before being arrested, a Secret Service spokesman said...
Wall St. rises on earnings; on track to snap four-week drop
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks advanced on Friday, as earnings from Microsoft and Procter & Gamble and easing concerns over the possible spread of Ebola in the United States helped put the S&P on track to snap a four-week losing skid...
Putin accuses United States of damaging world order
LAURA Russia (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the United States on Friday of endangering global security by imposing a "unilateral diktat" on the rest of the world and shifted blame for the Ukraine crisis onto the West...
Canada vows tougher laws as citizens worry in face of attacks
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada vowed on Friday to toughen laws against terrorism as an opinion poll showed a majority of Canadians lacked confidence in their security services' ability to deter homegrown radicals who struck twice in the past week...
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Fort Riley Middle School ribbon cutting ceremony

October 23
FORT RILEY — A little more than two months after the first group of children began attending the new Fort Riley Middle School, an ensemble of Junior High musicians and singers gathered outside the
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You can vote starting today

October 23
Early voting for the Nov. 4 general election has started today, and will continue through noon Nov. 3. Early voting commenced at 1 p.m. Thursday, according to Geary County Clerk Rebecca Bossmeyer.
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It's all about the partnership

October 23
Much of Unified School District 475's success as a district can be attributed to the strengths of Fort Riley. That's according to USD 475 Superintendent Dr.
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Artist puts many elements in layered art

October 22
Faith, nature and perplexity are sources of inspiration for artist Barbara Jo Stevens. Her artwork can be described as spiritual, layered and touching upon softness.
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Fort Riley to host middle school ribbon-cutting

October 21
FORT RILEY — The 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley, in conjunction with Unified School District 475, will host the Fort Riley Middle School ribbon cutting ceremony, 1 p.
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How's Chapman's new city administrator doing three months in?

October 20
Chapman introduced its new city administrator in July of this year, welcoming a young man just a few years out of college. But three months in, that man — Austin St.
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Bicyclist collides with vehicle

October 24
A bicyclist was hit by a vehicle Friday on Washington Street. Isaiah Winder was riding a friend’s bike on the sidewalk when Alba Aguirre accidentally sideswiped him, pinning his foot underneath her tire....Full Story»
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Deployed Fort Riley troops at low Ebola risk

October 24
Soldiers from Fort Riley are being deployed to areas with Ebola virus breakouts. Fortunately, the risk isn’t as severe as some might think. When Fort Riley soldiers are deployed, a threat assessment, taken from a medical and force protection standpoint, is conducted by Intelligence staff....Full Story»
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Shaun Hopper performing for JC this weekend

October 23
The C.L. Hoover Opera House in Junction City will be welcoming nationally-known guitarist Shaun Hopper at 2 p.m. Sunday. Born and raised in Adel, Ga....Full Story»
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Fort Riley Middle School ribbon cutting ceremony

October 23
FORT RILEY — A little more than two months after the first group of children began attending the new Fort Riley Middle School, an ensemble of Junior High musicians and singers gathered outside the school to perform for family, community members and both school and military officials....Full Story»
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JC Commission continue discussion on livestock in city limits

October 23
The cows are getting closer to home. During Tuesday’s City Commission meeting, city staff discussed amending the city’s zoning regulations concerning special use permits and livestock in city limits....Full Story»
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You can vote starting today

October 23
Early voting for the Nov. 4 general election has started today, and will continue through noon Nov. 3. Early voting commenced at 1 p.m. Thursday, according to Geary County Clerk Rebecca Bossmeyer....Full Story»

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Bumgarner, Giants top Royals 7-1 in Series opener

October 22
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Win or lose, Jake Peavy is a treat to watch when he pitches. He scowls, he shouts, he grimaces, he grins. Never hard to tell how things are going for him.
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Senior leaders say goodbye to Junction City

October 21
They’re more than teammates. They’re brothers. Tonight, the seniors of the Junction City Blue Jay soccer team ­— Amir McFarthing, AJ Nelson, Pierre Cherubin, Nick Swindell and Eric Artemis
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No. 14 Kansas State beats No. 11 Oklahoma 31-30

October 19
NORMAN, Okla. — Oklahoma entered the season boldly talking about competing in the first-ever playoff. Now, the Sooners know their chances of getting there are dim.
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