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SNB Bank Merger

Posted: 09/22/2008 - Southwest Bancorp is announcing the planned merger of SNB Bank of Wichita with SNB Bank of Kansas in Hutchinson.

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Missouri Parents Warned about Hosting Underage Drinkers

Posted: 09/22/2008 - Parents in St. Charles County are being warned against hosting underage drinkers in the home. Healthy Communities says a study by the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine found a higher rate of underage drinking in that eastern Missouri county than in the state and nation.

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Fire at Salon Under Investigation

Posted: 09/21/2008 - The cause of a fire at Total Images Hair Salon, 4005 SW 21st St., Topeka, remains under investigation. The fire displaced at least five people and caused over $150,000 in damage.

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Engineering Shortage In Kansas

Posted: 09/21/2008 - The state's three engineering schools are saying Kansas lacks engineers, and is asking for state financing to help.

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Three Dead After Johnson County Fire

Posted: 09/21/2008 - The Johnson County Sheriff's Office today identifies the victims as 74 year-old Richard Fielder; his 54-year-old son, Ricky Fielder, and 72-year-old Doris McGinnis.

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Child Dies After Injuries

Posted: 09/21/2008 - The boyfriend of the victim's mother has been booked on aggravated battery charges.

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Molestation Case Upheld

Posted: 09/21/2008 - Court upholds conviction in molestation case, despite attempts to keep victim out of the state so she could not testify.

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Blink-182's Barker critically injured in plane crash

Posted: 09/20/2008 - A man who came across a fiery jet crash said he saw former Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and disc jockey Adam "DJ AM" Goldstein trying to extinguish the flames on their bodies by ripping off their clothing.

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Expert to Study Wichita Mummy

Posted: 09/20/2008 - An ancient cold case has brought a leading Egyptologist to Wichita this weekend.

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Katrina Refugees Make Homes In Topeka

Posted: 09/20/2008 - Hurricane Katrina refugees have been in Topeka for three years. Some look back and cry, some laugh, and many have accepted the Capital City as their home.

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