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  • abbr. Kansas


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  • Kan. nurse convicted in 'nude therapy' case resentenced to longer prison term Kan. nurse resentenced in 'nude therapy' caseWICHITA, Kan.

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  • By any measure, Paul and Ruthann Atchley's house in Lawrence, Kan., is unusual.

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  • "Do we continue this benefit for those who are deceased, or do we divert resources to those who are living?" said Robert Lamkey, director of public safety for Sedgwick County, Kan., which is paying for such burials out of its general fund after the state ended its support.

    Even in Death, Budget Cuts Take a Toll

  • Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kan., is run by Pastor Fred W. Phelps Sr., who says the deaths of American soldiers are punishment for the nation's tolerance of homosexuality.

    Church protests at Md. soldier's funeral

  • Another of the early enrollees, offensive lineman Scott Haverkamp of Silver Lake, Kan., is getting used to the cultural transition.

    Georgia signs class big on bulk instead of flash

  • Heath Chapman, vice president, commercial banking at Morrill & Janes Bank in Merriam, Kan., which is still lending to small businesses, says companies increase their chances of getting a loan if they give financial forecasts that look realistic.

    Small Firms Get Local Loans

  • NEWSWEEK: You paid an undercover visit to the RCW Kennels in Elk City, Kan., which is listed on the USHS website as a puppy mill.

    Inside the Puppy Mills

  • The project, which he inaugurated on the Fourth of July weekend in 2005 in a front yard in Salina, Kan., is part of a nascent “delawning” movement concerned with replacing lawns around the country with native plants, from prairie grasses in suburban Chicago to cactus gardens in Tucson.

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  • The year in which the month commenced with Kan was also called Kan.

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  • After 10 weeks of testimony and two days of deliberations, a f ederal jury found William was owed nothing by his brothers Charles and David, who almost entirely own Koch Industries, a $35 billion oil conglomerate in Wichita, Kan., that is the nation's second-largest private company after Cargill Inc.


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