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Cherokee County Commissioners nix wind development

Surrounding counties have mostly allowed the introduction of wind farms, but the Cherokee County Commission took a stand Monday, unanimously passing a resolution putting a one-year moratorium on wind development. Commissioner Lorie Johnson said the...

Leavenworth Dems get school board candidate fired, call state rep ‘Nazi’

A candidate for school board in Leavenworth and a sitting state representative have found themselves the target of "Cancel Culture." In the case of Mary Wood, the cancelation was -- at least in part --...

KS Highway Patrol fights to destroy innocent man’s classic Corvette

When Richard Martinez bought a 1959 Corvette from an Indiana used car dealer, the Kansas man had no reason to believe his new ride was “contraband.” But that’s what the Kansas Highway Patrol determined...

Supreme Court issues stay in SB 40 case

After intervention by Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt, the Kansas Supreme Court has issued a stay in the case involving Senate Bill 40 -- which gives Kansans aggrieved by a government COVID action the...

Blue Valley asks students to declare preferred pronouns

Under the guise of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), teachers in Blue Valley are asking students to declare their preferred pronouns, and that practice is encouraged by district administration.  For those who aren’t familiar...

Oklahoma new educator symposium blasts cops, white women

As the Sentinel has been reporting for several weeks now, Critical Race Theory -- disguised as "Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion," has been gaining a serious foothold in Kansas schools. From Hiawatha to Shawnee Mission, to Topeka...

JoCo Sheriff opts department out of county vaccine, testing mandate

When county officials asked Johnson County Sheriff Calvin Hayden to opt his department into a county government initiative requiring employees to show proof of COVID vaccination or submit to regular testing, he said no.  “I’m...

Blue Valley teacher violates student’s privacy over medical mask exemption

A Blue Valley Northwest teacher is under fire today after parents complained she promised to tell her Facebook followers whether a student with a medical mask exemption was utilizing the exemption the next day. “I’ll...

Labette County woman seeks to use initiative process to impose wind regs

In Reno County, a protest petition managed to stop the construction of an industrial wind generation facility, but a Labette County woman is hoping to use the initiative process to set wind farm regulations...

GOP leaders to Governor: Stop illegally spending COVID relief funds

Republican leaders in the Kansas House and Kansas Senate will consider legal action against Gov. Laura Kelly’s administration over its COVID relief spending. In a letter to Kelly, Senate President Ty Masterson, Speaker of the...