Editorials

  • Gifted students 2/1/2015

    Education experts estimate between 6 percent and 10 percent of students are academically gifted. Definitions vary, but in Kansas it means "performing ...

  • Football injuries 1/30/2015

    It might be just a game, but it is a big one. Super Bowl XLIX (49 for non-Romans) kicks off Sunday night and, if last year is any guide, about one-thi ...

  • Kansas' birthday 1/29/2015

    Today -- Jan. 29 -- is Kansas Day. One hundred fifty-four years ago, Kansas became the 34th state admitted to the United States of America. Since 1877 ...

  • Faith v. facts 1/28/2015

    Merriam-Webster defines science as "knowledge about or study of the natural world based on facts learned through experiments and observation." Relig ...

  • Seismic activity 1/27/2015

    Because of the rather dramatic increase in earthquakes registering in Kansas, last year Gov. Sam Brownback assembled a task force to determine what wa ...

  • Right to hunt 1/25/2015

    The state of Kansas currently has 20 specific liberties enumerated in its Bill of Rights. They give constitutional protection to high-order entitlemen ...

  • Kiwanis generosity 1/23/2015

    If the Kiwanis Club of Hays reflects the kind of community service provided by the umbrella organization, Kiwanis International easily will be going s ...

  • The state economy 1/22/2015

    This might be the closest thing to an admission we'll get from Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback that his fiscal experiment is failing. "My budget proposal ...

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