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The Caring Corner: Kidzcope Helps Families with Grief

The Caring Corner: Kidzcope Helps Families with Grief

August 7, 2017 | Local

"The Caring Corner" is a monthly feature on a local charity. In 1789, Benjamin Franklin famously wrote that in life there are only two certainties: death and taxes. For many, the first of those things can be very difficult. Fortunately for Wichitans, Kidzcope e...

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The 7 Most Annoying Intersections in Wichita

The 7 Most Annoying Intersections in Wichita

July 31, 2017 | Local

Not every Wichita intersection is created equal. While most are just a standard inconvenience, there are some that stand out for their compounding annoyance to us all. The causes could be the amount of traffic that flows through, the design of the intersection ...

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The Power Bowl Comes to Wichita

The Power Bowl Comes to Wichita

July 27, 2017 | Local

Thanks to Two Olives, the trendy new health food concept of the power bowl has made its way to Wichita. A power bowl is a balanced, highly nutritious meal in a single bowl. It contains whole grains, protein and an abundance of vegetables, as well as other ingre...

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5 Ways Moving to the AAC Will Impact WSU

5 Ways Moving to the AAC Will Impact WSU

July 18, 2017 | Local

It was only a matter of time. By the end of last season, Wichita State had outgrown the Missouri Valley Conference like a college freshman outgrows friends from high school. But now that WSU is officially a member of the Power 6 American Athletic Conference, w...

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What Are Kansas' Marijuana Laws?

What Are Kansas' Marijuana Laws?

June 30, 2017 | Local

Whether you are a fan of it or not, marijuana laws are rapidly changing all around the United States. As the plant moves away from the "dangerous gateway drug" label, and into social normality, we need to know what we can and cannot do in terms of legality (if ...

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Aerial View of Wichita Eagle Building Demolition

Aerial View of Wichita Eagle Building Demolition

June 19, 2017 | Local

Demolition of the Wichita Eagle building began early May of 2017. The building is being demolished to make way for the new Cargill Protein Group headquarters building which will provide workspace for 800 of Cargill's employees. Construction of the new...

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Experiencing the Great Outdoors in Wichita

Experiencing the Great Outdoors in Wichita

June 7, 2017 | Local

If you’re anything like me, you come to life during the summer. Long evenings, green grass, barbecues, beers, beautiful lakes and a warm breeze are all you need to feel refreshed and stress-free, no matter what else may be going on in your world. Even if ...

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10 Questions with Admiral Windwagon Smith XLIV

10 Questions with Admiral Windwagon Smith XLIV

May 30, 2017 | Local

Your Admiral for Riverfest 2017 is Wendy Johnson, a longtime festival volunteer who grew up in Wichita and has a deep love for our community. Besides serving as festival ambassador as Admiral Windwagon Smith XLIV, Johnson is involved in many civic volunteer act...

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Wichita's Internationally-Recognized Speed Skating Team

Wichita's Internationally-Recognized Speed Skating Team

May 16, 2017 | Local

Wichita’s Roller City is nationally and even internationally recognized for producing top-notch speed skaters. Under the guidance of coach Joe Cotter, a National Coach of the Year and a USA World Team Coach who has been in the industry since 1974, Roller ...

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Craft Beer Week

Craft Beer Week

May 8, 2017 | Local

Local beer is a large part of Wichita’s culture. Home to a variety of locally owned and operated breweries and special events like Midwest Beerfest and the Air Capital Bacon and Beer Festival, Wichita is a perfect place for craft beer enthusiasts.  W...

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Wichita's Nobel Prize Winner, Vernon L. Smith

Wichita's Nobel Prize Winner, Vernon L. Smith

April 25, 2017 | Local

Wichita native Vernon L. Smith was awarded a Nobel Prize in 2002. Receiving the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2002, Smith was recognized for "having established laboratory experiments as a tool in empirical economic anal...

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