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    Superintendent hires wife, son in Southern Cloud school district

    USD 334 Southern Cloud, with only 146 students and 41 employees last year, is one of the smallest school districts in Kansas but three...

    Kelly admin, KDHE continue to mislead on COVID data

    The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is still struggling to get basic COVID-19 reporting numbers correct. According to a story from the Pittsburg Morning...

    School boards still diverting money to Schools for Fair Funding

    Kansas school districts continue to pump money into Schools for Fair Funding, a coalition of school districts that successfully sued the state twice for...

    States locked down had worse earnings, wages and salaries loss in...

    According to personal income data published by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the states with COVID-related lockdowns imposed by their governors had worse losses...

    Kelly administration obstructs, obfuscates on PPE distribution

    In spite of a legislator's concern that personal protective equipment -- also known as PPE -- isn't getting to nursing homes, Governor Kelly has...

    KDHE won’t talk about COVID test kits purchased from unregistered company

    The Kansas Department of Health and Environment on April 7 issued a purchase order for $3.75 million worth of COVID test kits from OKEC,...

    Republicans for Bollier break with party on policy, too

    Kansas media made a big deal about a 'Republicans for Bollier' announcement recently, when a group of Republicans endorsed Barbara Bollier--a former Republican turned...

    August jobs report: not good for Kansas, ignored by media

    A bad August jobs report would be front-page news if Kansas had a Republican governor, but mainstream media apparently has no interest in reporting...

    Health Freedom event draws nearly 900 to Newton

    Hundreds crowded into the Wild Prairie Event Center in Newton Monday for the Heartland Freedom Revival, a symposium sponsored by Kansans for Health Freedom. ...

    Kansas Justice Institute questions legality of Timber Creek school quarantine

    Kansas Justice Institute litigation director Sam MacRoberts this morning sent a letter to Timber Creek Elementary School in USD 229 Blue Valley, questioning the...

    Kelly admin refuses to answer questions about $7 million no-bid contract

    Despite stating opposition to giving out a no-bid contract, Democrat Kansas Governor Laura Kelly continues to use them -- and continues to refuse to...

    Gov. Kelly’s September COVID deaths claim is grossly exaggerated

    Kansas Governor Laura Kelly at yesterday’s press conference made a consciously exaggerated and deceptive claim about COVID deaths in September.  She said there were...