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New State Income Tax Rules

As the end of the 2011 rapidly approaches, the Kansas Department of Revenue has begun posting information concerning the changes in state income tax laws that take effect January 1st. The state of Kansas has sent out mailers to 160,000 businesses to inform them about the new tax law and how it applies to them. State Revenue Department Spokesperson Jeannine ...

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Holiday Open House at Pawnee Indian Museum State Historic Site

REPUBLIC, KS—The Kansas Historical Society announced that Pawnee Indian Museum State Historic Site will host a holiday open house 2 – 4 p.m. Saturday, December 8. Visitors can tour the museum and shop in the newly stocked store. Refreshments provided. Admission is free 2 – 4 p.m. Regular admission fees apply the rest of the day: $5 adults, $1 students. ...

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8 Man-II State Championship Preview From Kpreps.com

By Mark Schremmer, for Kpreps.com Yes, technically it’s a rematch. The Thunder Ridge Longhorns will meet the Baileyville B&B Falcons in the 8-Man Division II state championship game at Newton for the second consecutive season. However, Baileyville B&B coach Justin Coup said revenge from last year’s 46-14 loss to Thunder Ridge isn’t a factor entering Saturday’s state title game. “It’s ...

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Sub-State Volleyball Brackets Released By KSHSAA

56 KSHSAA Volleyball Sub-State Tournaments will be conducted on Saturday, October 20, 2012. There will be 8 sub-state tournaments per classification/division with the winners of each tournament advancing to their state tournament on Friday & Saturday, October 26-27. TIME: Sub-State Tournaments played on 1 court may start no earlier than 1 PM; tournaments conducted on 2 courts may start no earlier ...

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Recreational Trails To Receive $2 Million In Federal Funding

Kansas’ recreational trails program will receive $2 million under the federal transportation bill passed by Congress this summer. “One of our highest priorities is to enhance ecotourism in Kansas, which includes developing a good trail system,” said Robin Jennison, Secretary of the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT), which manages the trails program. “This level of funding will ...

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Pony Express Festival Sunday

The Kansas Historical Society announced the schedule for the Pony Express Festival, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Sunday, August 26, at Hollenberg Pony Express Station State Historic Site, 2889 23rd Road, Hanover. 10 a.m. – period demonstrators begin presentations 11 a.m. – non-denominational church service by circuit rider preacher with music by the community choir Noon – catered lunch (charge ...

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The Entire State of Kansas Declared Drought Emergency

Kansas Seeks to Halt Releases from 3 Reservoirs   Brownback says he has allowed pumping from all of the state’s fishing lakes to water livestock. Kansas has now declared all 105 counties in a drought emergency, with crop losses projected at $1.5 billion.   This status triggers the Kansas Water Office and Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism to ...

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KDOT Sign Placement Reminder

Before you place political signs next to the highway the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) reminds you to make sure it’s not located on highway right of way.   By law, all right of way on state highways is to be used exclusively for public highway purposes.  The public should be aware that all political campaign signs or billboards are ...

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Washington County FFA Member Earns Top Honor

A member from the Washington County FFA Chapter received one of the state’s top honors for excellence in his Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) program. Nathan Doss was named the Kansas FFA Star in Ag Placement June 1 at the 84th Kansas FFA Convention on the Kansas State University campus. Doss was first selected as the North Central FFA District’s Star ...

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Nebraska Law Makers Approve Keystone Pipeline Bill

A bill that would resume a state review of the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline has won final approval from Nebraska lawmakers.      Lawmakers voted 44-5 Wednesday to forward the measure to Governor Dave Heineman, who has said he supports the project to pipe oil through Nebraska from western Canada and North Dakota.      The measure authorizes the Nebraska Department ...

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