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8:28 am
Mon November 26, 2012

At Play Theatre Roundup: 11/26 - 12/9

The Wichita State University School of Performing Arts presents She Loves Me , a romantic musical set in the 1930s where two feuding clerks secretly find solace in their anonymous pen pals, not realizing that they are actually writing to each other. She Loves Me is directed by Wayne Bryan.

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Health
5:52 am
Mon November 26, 2012

'Fiscal Cliff' Threatens Senior Citizens’ Meals

Credit Roger Wollstadt / Flickr

If Congress fails to come up with a package of budget cuts and tax hikes to avoid the automatic cuts scheduled for the first of January, thousands of senior citizens in Kansas may not get a daily, hot lunch. 

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News
5:51 am
Mon November 26, 2012

Top Morning News 11.26.12

Primers on new tax law to be posted; Kline's lawyers want a probe in wake of fired research lawyer; The 'Fiscal Cliff' threatens meals for senior citizens

KS Agency Posting Tax Guidance Ahead Of New Law

The Kansas Department of Revenue is posting guidance regarding two provisions of the state income tax law ahead of changes that take effect in January.

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Commentary
5:00 am
Fri November 23, 2012

Richard Crowson: Black Friday

During the dust bowl, I know from watching Ken Burns’ recent engaging PBS documentary, they had Black Sunday. It was the day of a devastating dust storm that blackened the sky. 300 million tons of topsoil blew away in that single event.

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Commentary
3:03 am
Thu November 22, 2012

Movie Review: Lincoln

Community
6:29 am
Wed November 21, 2012

Protesters Oppose Kobach's Work On Immigration

So-called
Credit Stephen Koranda

Around 50 protesters, mostly young people, gathered outside Secretary of State Kris Kobach's office Tuesday, calling on him to resign. Among other things, the protesters said Kobach spends too much time on immigration issues.

Community
6:22 am
Wed November 21, 2012

Wichita Water Rate To Go Up Jan. 1

The Wichita City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve water and sewer rate increases effective next year.

On January 1, Wichita's residential customers will see their monthly bills increase $1.19 to $7.74 depending on how much water they use. Commercial and industrial customers will see a rate hike of around 7 percent.

Alan King, Director of Public Works and Utilities says the water rates will insure a level of funding for proper renewal and replacement of aging water mains.

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News
5:55 am
Wed November 21, 2012

Top Morning News 11.21.12

Wichita water rates to go up; Protesters gather at Statehouse to protest Kobach's policies; New online exhibit features Black photographers.

Wichita Water Rates To Go Up Jan. 1

The Wichita City Council voted unanimously yesterday to approve water and sewer rate increases effective next year.

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Protesters Oppose Kobach's Work On Immigration

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Commentary
5:00 am
Wed November 21, 2012

Indie Film Guide 11/21 - 12/4

No screenings over the next few weeks, so, instead, Fletcher Powell takes a look at a couple of his favorite "food" movies for Thanksgiving.

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Music
3:38 pm
Tue November 20, 2012

What's On: November 24

Listen for Irish tunes with Cathie Ryan and her band. Cathie is an award-winning Celtic performer and Irish American. A beautiful voice, a delightful performer, a great time for listeners whether you're a fan of Celtic music or not! ! At one time Cathie was the lead singer for the group Cherish the Ladies but she's been performing on her own for several years. Cathie has been featured on NPR and on stages around the world – this concert is from her performance at the Old Settlers Inn.

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