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1 Coronavirus in Kansas: 17,000 more Kansans vaccinated, cases continue to climb
2 Kansans in area codes 620 and 785 encouraged to start using all 10 digits Saturday
3 Kansans seeking unemployment now must prove job search efforts
4 New foundation help Kansans navigate KDOL's 'endless loop of misery'
5 Coronavirus in Kansas: 26,000 more Kansans get first COVID vaccination
6 Kansans Fueling Kansas – Sun Valley Inc.
7 Coronavirus in Kansas: Almost 25% of Kansans are finished getting COVID vaccine
8 Lawmakers push to reimburse unemployed Kansans for late payments
9 Kansans frustrated with long call lines, payment delays, rally outside labor office
10 1 in 3 Kansans vaccinated for COVID-19
11 Kansans demand help with rent, say federal and state assistance is not enough
12 KSDE honors districts with Kansans Can Star recognition program
13 Evergy to re-start disconnections to Kansans that have not paid electricity bills
14 Coronavirus in Kansas: More than 33% of Kansans vaccinated with at least one dose
15 Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly Vetoes Anti-Transgender Sports Ban
16 Kansans will remember the GOP consistently voted against their well-being on COVID-19
17 A day in the life of Kansas’ newest career: a wheat and wind farmer
18 Unemployed Kansans can apply for PEUC again
19 Coronavirus in Kansas: 27,000 more Kansans vaccinated
20 Proposal, presidential order raise rural Kansans' concerns about land ownership rights
21 Study shows majority of Kansans may believe in immunity passports
22 Some Kansans in Phase 3 and 4 struggling with vaccine eligibility at retail pharmacies
23 Kansans Fueling Kansas – Elliot Family Farms
24 Coronavirus vaccines followed speedy but safe path to Kansans' arms
25 Kansans honored during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week
26 Johnson & Johnson vaccination pause presents challenges for rural Kansans
27 Here’s how to talk — and listen — to Kansans hesitant on COVID vaccines, doctors say
28 Gov. Kelly: Kansans receiving critical funds for housing, utilities; how you can apply
29 Pittsburg City Manager Daron Hall recognized as one of Ingram's '50 Kansans You Should Know'
30 All Kansans over 16 eligible for COVID-19 vaccine starting Monday
31 No job, no money from KDOL, a lot of Kansans struggle to pay bills
32 Kansas State Treasurer unveils billboards in attempt to reunite Kansans with their money
33 Coronavirus in Kansas: Almost 36,000 more Kansans vaccinated
34 Kansans receive critical funds for housing, utilities
35 Senator Kristen O'Shea is working to help Kansans struggling with unemployment benefits
36 Coronavirus in Kansas: Almost 24,000 more Kansans vaccinated
37 Insurance plans would help middle-income Kansans who need health care
38 About 30% of Kansans have received their 1st COVID-19 vaccine dose
39 Kansans likely to exhaust unemployment will receive job search assistance from state
40 Kansans lawmakers consider Constitutional Convention to limit federal power, crowd rallies in support
41 Kansans flock to grocery store for alcohol, cleaning supplies amid COVID-19 pandemic
42 More than 1 million Kansans have received at least 1 COVID-19 shot; also, Brazilian variant detected
43 Kansans want community-based alternatives to incarceration. Let’s fund them.
44 ‘We were thrilled with the response’: Hunter Health vaccinates 1,000 Kansans
45 Appointments still open as vaccine eligibility expands to every Kansan 16 and older
46 $18 million in grants sent to help pandemic related food insecurity
47 Kansans evacuated from town of Willard due to brush fire
48 Half Of Kansas Counties Turn Down COVID Vaccines Even Though They're Far From Herd Immunity
49 KDOL asks unemployed Kansans not to use auto-dialers
50 Gov. Kelly vetoes measure meant to help low, middle-income taxpayers
51 Hays, Kansas Confronts Its Racist History | Here & Now
52 Letters to the editor: Readers say legislators give Kansas a bad rep, and prioritize private schools over public
53 Pittsburg City Manager named one of 50 Kansans to know
54 Kansans react on anniversary of South Wichita riot
55 Editorial Roundup: Kansas
56 ‘Right place at the right time’: 2 Kansans save woman in burning van
57 Some rural Kansans supporting Senate bill that would set standards for wind industry
58 KFB President Recognized As One 50 Kansans You Should Know
59 Kansas Museum of History expanding COVID-19 vaccine access with walk-in times
60 Kansas revenue estimates increase as lawmakers eye override of Kelly veto on tax bill
61 West Wichita potholes raising concerns from Kansans
62 Kansans encouraged to 'Call-a-Lawyer'
63 Moran thanks local healthcare workers, urges Kansans to get vaccinated
64 Governor Laura Kelly Announces Kansans are Receiving Critical Funds for Housing, Utilities
65 Senator says the wind industry is running amok in Kansas. He believes his bill will protect rural residents.
66 Local United Way cashes in on unclaimed property search
67 Chauvin trial reopens old wounds for Kansans who've lost loved ones to police shootings
68 All Kansans 16 and older able to get COVID vaccine
69 Pushing to get more vaccines into the arms of Kansans
70 Fed-up Mission man creates group for Kansans frustrated with unemployment system
71 Citing Brownback budget cuts, Kansas Gov. Kelly vetoes GOP Legislature’s tax proposal
72 Lt. Gov. Toland: Western Kansas needs workers 'and we need them now'
73 I was a federal prosecutor in the District of Kansas. I know why KCK gets no justice
74 Gov. Laura Kelly rejects sweeping, Republican-backed tax cut proposal with veto
75 Shank: Kansas one of only 12 states to decline Medicaid Expansion
76 Local resident photographs what many Kansans never see
77 More than $6M returned to the local economy in 2021 through free tax return assistance
78 The Great Kansas Experiment: Could these little fish be the answer to organic farming?
79 LETTER: Political antics
80 Eighteen months ahead of the 2022 election, is the Kansas governor race really a toss-up?
81 Telehealth proves its worth to patients and doctors during pandemic. Policymakers should support its infrastructure.
82 Kansans encouraged to “Call-a-Lawyer”
83 Kansas gas stations to see $615,000 in grant funds
84 KDHE adds Minnesota, several countries to travel quarantine list
85 Kansas sees new push after report shows Medicaid expansion saves state businesses’ money
86 Area school districts honored
87 Governor continues back to work, back to school tour
88 Kansas native Brock Bila, Drury teammate finish second at ACA's Pickwick Slam
89 Everyday messengers for coronavirus vaccines could provide 'shot in the arm' toward normal
90 CapFed Best News: Washburn Tech East 'ups its game' with expanded advanced manufacturing program
91 KDOL looking into possible data breach
92 Seaman board commits $70K to start discussions on a potential name change. District's namesake was KKK leader.
93 New fiscal forecast for Kan. fuels GOP's tax-cut dreams Posted Apr 21, 2021
94 Kansas group bringing farmers and schools together through KDHE's Farm to Plate program
95 Marijuana advocates holding out hope for legislation to pass in Kansas
96 North Dakota, Kansas Governors Veto Anti-Trans Sports Bills
97 COVID cases up slightly in Pawnee County
98 County records first Covid-19 death in more than a month
99 “She needs to address this”: Kansans demand Gov. Kelly speak at next unemployment protest
100 Some Kansans will be paying higher energy bills for months – here’s what you need to know