Archive for Wednesday, February 26, 2014

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Sub-state basketball brackets released
February 26, 2014
Brackets for next week’s sub-state basketball tournaments were released Wednesday by the Kansas State High School Activities Association.
Kansas bill to open police records advances
February 26, 2014
A proposal for making Kansas police records more available to the public has cleared a committee, a victory for open-records advocates who have been working to overcome opposition from prosecutors.
Mirror earns 19 awards in state newspaper contest
February 26, 2014
The Mirror newspaper has won several honors in the Kansas Press Association’s Award of Excellence contest, the association announced this week.
Kansas: As critics rally, efforts under way to revive anti-gay marriage bill
February 26, 2014
As protestors rallied Tuesday outside the Capitol to bury a bill that they said would have provided legal protection for discrimination against gays, a Christian group sought to revive an alternative.
Mirror meet, greet event is tonight at Tonganoxie Public Library
February 26, 2014
Readers will have the opportunity to meet with The Mirror’s staff later today to learn more about the newspaper and any ask any questions they might have.
Bonner Springs dentist offers free seminars
February 26, 2014
Bonner Springs Dentist Thomas Drake is offering several free seminars about sleep apnea, snoring and dental health.
The Mirror to be delivered a day late
February 26, 2014
This week’s edition of The Mirror will be arriving a day late.
Kansas: Liquor store owners oppose push for grocery stores to sell alcohol
February 26, 2014
Brian Fadden, owner of Parkway Wine & Spirits in Lawrence, says that if a proposed bill to allow grocery and convenience stores to sell wine, liquor and strong beer passes, he’ll likely go out of business. But he’ll at least be able to find another job.
Pastor’s Corner: Ash Wednesday can be meaningful to non-Catholics, too
February 26, 2014
Next Wednesday, March 5, there is a good chance you’ll see a co-worker or someone at school or at the store walking around with ashes on their forehead. So, what’s up with that?
Face to Face: Tonganoxie Assistant City Administrator Jennifer Jones-Lacy
February 26, 2014
This week’s Face to Face feature focuses on Jennifer Jones-Lacy, Tonganoxie assistant city administrator