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Kansas State Scraps Being Turned Into Compost

Posted: 05/17/2009 - Kansas State University in Manhattan has been involved in a pilot project that takes food waste from two dining halls, turns it into compost and uses it on a garden, with some of the vegetables that are grown turning up on students' plates.

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Brown v. Board Celebrates 55 Years

Posted: 05/17/2009 - It has been 55 years since the historic Brown v. Board Supreme Court decision. People with ties to all of the five cases that comprised the Brown case gathered at the historic Monroe building to look back, and look forward.

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Kansas State scraps being turned into compost

Posted: 05/17/2009 - It's the circle of life.Kansas State University in Manhattan has been involved in a pilot project that takes food waste from two dining halls, turns it into compost and uses it on a garden, with some of the vegetables that are grown turning up on students' plates.

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Salina Children Send Shoes to Iraq

Posted: 05/17/2009 - The Army says two gradeschool-aged sisters and their classmates from Salina have made a significant contribution in the war in Iraq.

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Kindergarten Class at Nursing Home Graduating

Posted: 05/17/2009 - The first kindergartners to have their classes in a southeast Kansas nursing home are preparing to move on to first grade. But another kindergarten class will take their place in the fall.

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Report Critical of TFD in Fire Fighter's Death

Updated: 05/15/2009 - The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health released its report Friday on the August 2007 death of Topeka Fire Capt. Tony Cox. It says TFD has no formal mechanism in place to identify fire fighters who haven't had their annual medical evaluation.

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Anniversary of Desegregation Ruling is Sunday

Posted: 05/15/2009 - Festivities are planned this weekend in Topeka to mark the 55th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that overturned segregated education.

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Pill Mill Pharmacist Pleads No Contest

Posted: 05/15/2009 - A former central Kansas pharmacist has been convicted in what prosecutors are describing as an Internet "pill mill'' scheme.

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Medicaid Scheme Suspect's Hearing Set

Posted: 05/15/2009 - Vivian Mundy is charged with six counts of making false claims to Medicaid and one count each of obstructing a Medicaid fraud investigation and concealing records.

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Nat'l Guardsman's Story Brings Oprah to Tears

Posted: 05/15/2009 - A Kansas National Guard soldier is appearing on the Oprah Winfrey Show, telling a tear-jerking story of recovery from deep scars of war and the dog always by his side.

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Dodge Raceway Park Lawsuit Settled

Posted: 05/15/2009 - Two lawsuits stemming from an August 2007 brawl at the Dodge City Raceway Park have been settled out of court for $25,000.

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Irwin Army Community Hospital Monitors H1N1 Cases

Posted: 05/15/2009 - The Irwin Army Community Hospital Department of Preventative Medicine continues to monitor cases of the H1N1 flu virus, which has affected two Fort Riley Families.

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One of First Cold Cases Reopened by DA Goes to Court

Updated: 05/15/2009 - The man charged with murder and setting a 2006 arson fire that claimed the life of one Topeka woman, had a preliminary trial Friday. He was again charged with the crimes by D.A. Chad Taylor in March 2009.

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