July 21, 2024

Keeping Media and Government Accountable.

Tag: Sentinel

Parent abandons SMSD due to CRT indoctrination

Shawnee Mission parent Jeff Arant has decided to homeschool his soon-to-be kindergartner because he doesn’t want his son exposed to…

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Kelly talks sexual orientation, vaccines with Louisburg elementary kids

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly spoke via Zoom to Louisburg elementary students in March. Parents say the district didn’t provide advanced…

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Are COVID vaccine doses collecting dust in Kansas? Kelly won’t say

There may be extra COVID vaccine doses in Kansas pharmacies, but Gov. Laura Kelly’s administration won’t respond to emails or…

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Osage, Coffey Counties missing vaccine, despite KDHE claims

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says all 105 Kansas counties received doses of COVID-19 vaccines, but that’s not…

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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…

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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…

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Governor Kelly ignores Majority Leader’s COVID transparency request

Don’t expect additional COVID transparency from the State of Kansas any time soon. Kansas House Majority Leader Dan Hawkins, (R-Wichita),…

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Executive order keeping schools closed flies in face of actual science

Despite compelling evidence that the spread of COVID-19 in schools is unlikely, and that closing school — and keeping them…

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Kelly admin won’t respond to pervasive problems at long-term care facilities

(editor’s note: the story has been updated to include a quote from KDADS that was provided after publication) The problems…

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KC Star reporter perpetuates misleading attacks on Republicans

Kansas City Star Washington D.C. Correspondent Bryan Lowry on Sunday sent out a tweet in the aftermath of Joe Biden…

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Cell phone tracking system raises privacy concerns for Kansans

The Kansas Justice Institute on Wednesday warned of potential privacy issues surrounding the use of data from a cell phone…

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Gov. Kelly, David Toland need to answer questions on student achievement

 On Nov. 14 of Kansas Framework For Growth, created by Governor Kelly’s administration and Commerce Secretary David Toland, put out a…

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Lawmakers face call to grow government with higher tax revenue

The group that creates budget estimates for the state of Kansas revised its tax revenue numbers last week, estimating the…

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Lawrence paper continues to distort school budget numbers

The Lawrence Journal-World has access to a full picture of USD 497’s budget but continues to report misleading budget numbers…

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Day After Trump Blasts Google’s “Rigged Search Results,” Sentinel Makes Google News

Does Google rig the news? Of course it does. If an online reader clicks the Google “News” link, he or…

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Sigh! Danedri Herbert Is Moving On

Danedri Herbert, the stellar co-editor of the Sentinel since its founding a year-and-a-half ago, has received the proverbial offer she…

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ACLU Bullies Kansas State Senator for Managing Her Own Facebook Page

The ACLU has historically talked a good game about free speech, but the organization has been notoriously selective in challenging…

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No Gun Incidents at K-State Since Campus Carry, Collegian Reports

The Kansas State Collegian reports zero gun incidents at the K-State since a law allowing individuals to carry concealed weapons…

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Former Legislator Rebuts Hineman’s “Misleading Rhetoric”

House Majority Leader Don Hineman sent a letter to Kansas newspapers explaining his vote to increase taxes, and one former…

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Student Journalists Seek School Official Accountability

Student journalists are demanding in an editorial that the Pittsburg School District Superintendent Destry Brown be held accountable for hiring…

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Wichita’s Voice for Liberty, Bob Weeks, Answers 20 Questions

Nearly every day, blogger Bob Weeks publishes news, analysis, and commentary on state and local politics. It’s information readers can’t…

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