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An estimated 3,000 protesters gather at the Kansas State Capitol in Topeka on Saturday to advocate for women’s issues and oppose President Donald Trump.




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Galleries

  • POMP & CIRCUMSTANCE Pomp

    Flint Hills Job Corps graduates celebrate receiving their diplomas during ceremony on Friday afternoon.

  • FARM DOGS | MARVIN, PAL Farmdogs2

    Marvin Hachmeister has never met a stranger, he certainly passed that on to his dog, Pal, an 8-year-old heeler mix. Hachmeister’s land just outside Wildcat Park is Pal’s domain. He keeps watch over the cattle and lives like a farm king. Pal often acts as a greeter at Wildcat Park, running to entering cars to put a smile on visitors faces. Pal even gets to go to races with Hachmeister; he competes in 10Ks with his faithful owner. Email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to suggest a farmer for this series.

Opinion

  • Repeal campus concealed carry

    The Kansas Legislature is more moderate now than it was a few months ago before citizens vented their frustration at the ideologically conservative bent of legislation on tax policy, education and other issues has hurt this state in multiple ways.

  • It certainly is an interesting world

    To the Editor: We’ve got to hand it to Rush Limbaugh.

  • Criticism is cheap; ideas more valuable

    To the Editor: My daddy told me, “If you’re going to criticize something, you better have suggestions to make it better.

Lifestyle

    • Westmoreland woman’s Kansas art on display

      The K-State Student Union’s Kemper Art Gallery opened again this month with the Kansas- inspired work of a local artist.

    • Digging into presidential trivia

      Last week I interviewed Ronnie Elmore from Kansas State University, an expert on presidential pets, for a story that was published in last Sunday’s paper.

    • Wright highlights exploitation of art

      One often takes a chance on a book simply by the artwork on the cover.

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