Archive for Wednesday, August 10, 2011

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Leavenworth County Fair week big help for local business, some say
August 10, 2011
Early Monday afternoon, Makayla Leslie walked out of Casey’s in Tonganoxie with two large pizzas to join her mother, Leana, and brother, Justyn, in a pickup, hauling goats to the Leavenworth County Fairgrounds less than three blocks to the west.
Little revenue from Farm Aid has gone to Kansas farmers
August 10, 2011
Farm Aid helps dozens of organizations and thousands of farmers each year through its programs and grants. But, for those expecting their dollars from the group’s Aug. 13 concert at LIVESTRONG Sporting Park to make their way from ticket sellers to grandpa’s chicken coop, think again.
Creditworthy? Advice for parents as students hit the road with their first credit cards
August 10, 2011
As the fall semester draws near at area colleges and universities, the Kansas Credit Union Association offers advice, below, to parents about students and credit cards.
Brownback says state is returning to feds $31.5 million health care reform grant
August 10, 2011
Gov. Sam Brownback on Tuesday rejected a $31.5 million grant from the federal government to implement a part of health care reform designed to allow Kansans to get the best insurance coverage possible.
It’s Leavenworth County Fair time
August 10, 2011
This is the 85th year for our Leavenworth County Fair.