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Eudora Girl Injured After Hitting Calf

Posted: 05/27/2008 - A 17-year-old Eudora girl was injured over the weekend when she hit a calf and lost control of her car near Randolph in northeast Kansas.

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Driver Rolls Vehicle on SW Gage, Walks Away

Posted: 05/26/2008 - The driver drove off the east side of the road for an unknown reason, hit a guardrail rolling the truck onto its roof and sliding about 140-feet.

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RCPD Phone Lines Still Having Problems

Posted: 05/26/2008 - They only have a few phone lines working Monday night, so if there are more calls than open lines, you could hear the busy signal in Manhattan Monday night.

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Kids Enjoy Memorial Day, Fishing

Updated: 05/26/2008 - Memorial Day is a holiday that means different things to different people. Young people may not know the specific meaning behind it, but they know it is fun, and they spend it with their families, at least the junior fishers at Lake Shawnee did!

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Penwell-Gabel Honors Veterans

Updated: 05/26/2008 - Penwell-Gabel Cemetery on 6th and Gage honored Veterans during the Memorial Day Holiday.

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Fort Riley Hosts Memorial Day Observance

Updated: 05/26/2008 - Fort Riley celebrates Memorial Day with a ceremony at Post Cemetery. Governor Sebelius and Col. Richard G. Piscal were present.

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Housing Development Targets Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Posted: 05/26/2008 - The Kansas City, MO Housing Authority plans to start construction in September on a housing development for grandparents raising their grandchildren. Support meetings and central location will be part of its features.

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Analysis: Debate over Energy likely to Continue Next Year

Posted: 05/26/2008 - Lawmakers declined to attempt to override a third coal plant veto by Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, but that doesn't mean the fight over energy policy is over. The issue is still in the courts and new legislation is expected next year.

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WWI Veteran Receives Place in History Books

Posted: 05/26/2008 - Frank Woodruff Buckles, the last known living American-born veteran of World War I, was honored at the Libery Memorial in Kansas City. The 107-year old toured the museum Sunday and will take part in ceremonies Monday.

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Veterans' Mental Health Becoming an Issue

Posted: 05/26/2008 - State Rep. Lee Tafanelli, who is a Kansas National Guard Colonel, is among those pushing for counseling and support services for veterans and an expansion of mental health services.

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