Communications Director, Marie Kelley said almost everything will stay the same.
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“Its about being inclusive.”
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Ventria Bioscience is expected to add 12 full-time positions.
Voter registration in Shawnee County closes on October 17.
KSNT News Morning Anchor, Brittany Moore emcee’d the event.
High school students enrolled in any USD 501 school now have access to free Topeka Metro bus passes.
Kansas City leaders and other area agencies are researching the possibility of new digs for the boys in blue.
Pumpkins filled the property lining Lake Shawnee’s swim beach Saturday, all to support the Easterseals Capper Foundation.
flooded inventory will be arriving on the showroom floors of local dealerships, over the next 2 months.
Recreation Supervisor, John Bell said upwards of 10,000 visitors are expected throughout the weekend.
Among the women are Shawnee County Commissioner, Shelly Buhler and Executive Director of Lets Help, Linda Kehres.
The department of education believes the program could have the potential to fill nearly 200 open positions across the state.