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Phi Beta Kappa Inducts New Members At K-State

Posted: 06/01/2010 - More than 50 students recently were initiated into Kansas State University's chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Beta Kappa is the nation's oldest and most prestigious academic honor society.

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Rossville Playground Nearing Final Countdown

Posted: 06/01/2010 - The Rossville Park Improvement Group says the new playground will be finished by June 15th. The group is still working to raise money toward it's $130,000 goal.

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Civil War Re-enactment Memorial Day Ceremony

Posted: 05/31/2010 - The 8th Kansas Infantry Civil War Re-enactment group held the "Last Soldier Ceremony" at Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery in Emporia, Kansas.

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Memorial Day at the K: Royals Lose 7-1 to Angels

Posted: 05/31/2010 - Maicer Izturis' 1st home run of the season smacked into the foul pole after Luke Hochevar delivered the pitch. It was just that kind of a day for the Angels.. and the Royals in their Memorial Day afternoon clash.

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Kansas City's "Celebration at the Station"

Posted: 05/31/2010 - Kansas City's National World War I Museum opened at Union Station after this morning's Memorial Day observance. Sunday night also brought a huge crowd for the city's "celebration."

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NAMI Offers Resources For Veterans

Posted: 05/31/2010 - NAMI says traumatic brain injury, depression and other mental illnesses are major concerns in the veteran population. Because of this, NAMI has created the Veterans Resource Center.

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Public Bikes Go Missing In Hutchinson

Posted: 05/31/2010 - The Hutchinson News reported that organizers of the Public Bike Project expected some of the bikes might be stolen. But when all of them disappeared last week, that came as a surprise.

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No Merit Pay For Kansas State Faculty, Staff

Posted: 05/31/2010 - Provost April Mason says with a $23 million shortfall in general use funds in the last year, it was not the right time for a pay increase at Kansas State University.

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Plans Start For Iraq, Afghanistan Memorials

Posted: 05/31/2010 - Efforts are underway are to build one memorial to Iraq and Afghanistan soldiers in Wichita and another in either Leavenworth, Topeka or Junction City.

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Old Jewish Cemetery In Eudora Gets Attention

Posted: 05/31/2010 - The B'nai Israel Cemetery in Eudora was established after the town was founded in the 1850s. Some of those settlers became the roots of today's Jewish community in Lawrence.

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