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Kansas Newspaper Clippings - General Topics

2012

Brett Zongker
Eisenhowers want memorial revised
Hutchinson News, 01/11/2012

Jan Biles
Book focuses on Kansas myths
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/15/2012

Shaun Hittle

Exec pay varies widely at nonprofits
Lawrence Journal World, 01/15/2012

Associated Press
Historical society surveys water towers
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/18/2012

Marilyn Maring-Dotts
Letter to the editor on wealth gap, Boeing, downtown hotel, Kansas Chamber, Ike
Wichita Eagle, 01/20/2012

Phil Anderson
Historic house offers promising future
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/21/2012

Mary Clarkin
Schroeder mulls bill to 'clean up' statutes
Hutchinson News, 01/21/2012

Associated Press
Portrait of 'wild' senator comes to Lecompton
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/23/2012

Kansas Sesquicentennial
Lawrence Journal World, 01/23/2012

Scott Rothschild
Capitol Briefing News from the Statehouse
Lawrence Journal World, 01/23/2012

Alex Garrison
Lecompton icon makes way home
Lawrence Journal World, 01/23/2012

Jan Biles
Museum gets historic portrait of abolitionist
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/24/2012

Samantha Foster
Stones named Kansan of Year
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/28/2012

Mike Hall
Mike Hall: You want cream in your what?
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/01/2012

Danny Clemmer
Letters to the editor on KPI, paying for wars, casino costs, contraception, drunk driving, Huelskamp, war on Christianity, Boeing
Wichita Eagle, 02/04/2012

Scott Rothschild
Capitol Briefing News from the Statehouse
Lawrence Journal World, 02/06/2012

Letters to the editor on teacher evaluations, contraception, raw milk, Koch attacks
Wichita Eagle, 02/08/2012

Associated Press
Court finds Kansan competent for trial on threats against Obama
Kansas City Star, 02/10/2012

Associated Press
Boy wants antifreeze law after dog's death
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/13/2012

Scott Rothschild
Capitol Briefing News from the Statehouse
Lawrence Journal World, 02/13/2012

Letters to the editor on Medicaid, tax deals, hotel vote, Black Elementary, Legislature, recall
Wichita Eagle, 02/15/2012

Mike Hall
An appreciation: The life of the Rev. Richard Taylor
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/18/2012

Jan Biles
Children's book focuses on Eisenhower's childhood
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/18/2012

Scott Rothschild
Capitol Briefing News from the Statehouse
Lawrence Journal World, 02/20/2012

Jan Biles
Kenyan students learning ways to address countries' problems
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/21/2012

The Herald Staff
FEMA funds earmarked for county
Ottawa Herald, 02/22/2012

Scott Rothschild
News from the Kansas Statehouse
Lawrence Journal World, 02/27/2012

Amy Bickel
Gingrich may be at Hutch GOP caucus
Hutchinson News, 03/01/2012

Eric Smith
Six inducted into business hall of fame
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/02/2012

Tim Hrenchir
Native Topekan becomes syrup entrepreneur
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/03/2012

Steve Kraske
Gingrich, Paul announce stops in Kansas
Kansas City Star, 03/03/2012

Scott Rothschild
Capitol Briefing News from the Statehouse
Lawrence Journal World, 03/05/2012

Associated Press
Public asked to help fund cabin where state song was born
Hutchinson News, 03/06/2012

Associated Press
Aviation museum opens archive center
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/08/2012

The Capital-Journal Editorial Advisory Board
Editorial: Welcome to Kansas, candidates
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/08/2012

Scott Rothschild
Capitol Briefing News from the Statehouse
Lawrence Journal World, 03/12/2012

Amy Bickel
Handicapped parking is a touchy subject
Hutchinson News, 03/12/2012

Crystal Herber
Kansas melting pot talk set for Sunday
Ottawa Herald, 03/14/2012

The Capital-Journal
Capital-Journal reaches deal to print in KC
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/15/2012

Opinion Line (March 15)
Wichita Eagle, 03/15/2012

Scott Rothschild
Capitol Briefing News from the Statehouse
Lawrence Journal World, 03/19/2012

Associated Press
Armenian delegation to visit Kansas
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/19/2012

Scott Rothschild
Capitol Briefing News from the Statehouse
Lawrence Journal World, 03/26/2012

The Capital-Journal
Rally seeks repeal of stand your ground law
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/31/2012

Dolph C. Simons Jr.
Koch Industries and Koch brothers are assets to state
Lawrence Journal World, 03/31/2012

Phil Anderson
Burnett's Mound taking shape again
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/01/2012

John Hanna
Someone in Kansas was 'Mega' lucky- Lump sum for the state's lone winner is about $154 million
Hutchinson News, 04/01/2012

Scott Rothschild
Capitol Briefing News from the Kansas Statehouse
Lawrence Journal World, 04/02/2012

Ann Marie Bush and Phil Anderson
Alcala helps rescue man pinned under car
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/05/2012

Skip Ellis
Letter: Performance lacking
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/08/2012

Jan Biles
Carnival to promote autism awareness
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/20/2012

The Capital-Journal
Topekan wins $1 million in Powerball
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/24/2012

Associated Press
Senate passes plan to merge arts, film panels
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/26/2012

Ann Marie Bush
Leno features Bunten as 'Mister Inappropriate'
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/26/2012

Richard Shank
Alf Landon was a gentleman candidate
Hutchinson News, 04/26/2012

Jeanette Bates
Don't leave God out
Hutchinson News, 04/27/2012

Ken Stephens
Salt museum in Hutchinson, Kan., to mark its fifth anniversary
Kansas City Star, 04/28/2012

Steve Rose
'EVIL' Suburbs deserve more respect
Kansas City Star, 04/29/2012

Marvin A. Burris
Letter: Ike memorial debate
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/03/2012

Brett Zongker
Koch gives Smithsonian $35M
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/03/2012

Vicki Estes: Building lasting memories
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/06/2012

The Capital-Journal
Monday's C-J last one printed in Topeka
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/06/2012

Maria Whittaker
Letter: Give Mom a paid sick day
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/11/2012

The Capital-Journal Editorial Advisory Board
Editorial: Mothers make every day special
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/12/2012

Beccy Tanner
Potawatomi chief left his mark on Kansas
Wichita Eagle, 05/13/2012

The Capital-Journal Editorial Advisory Board
Editorial: Hays House history continues
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/13/2012

Brett Zongker
Eisenhower Memorial design changes offered
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/15/2012

Amy Bickel
Kansas State Fair ticket sales are off to a rocking good start
Hutchinson News, 05/17/2012

Associated Press
Brownback to decide fate of anti-Islamic law bill
Kansas City Star, 05/25/2012

John Hanna
Koch brothers, Cato Institute ready to end lawsuits
Kansas City Star, 06/25/2012

Associated Press
Files from 'In Cold Blood' investigation auctioned
Lawrence Journal World, 07/20/2012

Roxana Hegeman
PETA sues Kansas over booth restrictions at state fair
Kansas City Star, 08/28/2012

Associated Press
PETA sues Kansas over state fair
Hutchinson News, 08/28/2012

Roxana Hegeman
Judge says state fair can shield PETA video
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/04/2012

Beccy Tanner
State Fair: 100 years celebrating Kansans and Kansas
Wichita Eagle, 09/06/2012

Mary Clarkin
Poll: Fairgoers like ID laws and 75 mph limit, not so sure on kids with cellphones
Hutchinson News, 09/17/2012

Associated Press
New arts commission to seek federal grant
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/26/2012

The Capital-Journal
Councilman Gray to speak at cannabis rally
Topeka Capital Journal, 09/28/2012

The Capital-Journal
A.G. Schmidt asks court to stop auction of KBI files
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/01/2012

Associated Press
PETA ends its lawsuit against Kan. State Fair
Hutchinson News, 10/03/2012

Associated Press
Kansas activists say they'll seek to recall Kobach
Lawrence Journal World, 10/04/2012

Scott Rothschild
Religious freedom caucuses set up in Kansas Legislature, eight other states
Lawrence Journal World, 10/09/2012

Associated Press
Kansas to add 3 names to Walk of Honor: Earhart, Curtis and Kilby
Wichita Eagle, 10/10/2012

Roy Wenzl and Bill Wilson
Charles Koch relentless in pursuing his goals
Wichita Eagle, 10/14/2012

Staff and Wire Reports
Late Pennsylvania Sen. Specter had Kansas roots
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/15/2012

Steve Fry
Son of KBI agent says copier of Clutter records belong to him
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/15/2012

Eagle News Service
'Perversion files' show locals helped Boy Scouts
Wichita Eagle, 10/19/2012

Dave Helling and Steve Kraske
Kansas, Missouri remain nation's crimson political islands
Kansas City Star, 11/10/2012

Tim Carpenter
Political pundits talk farmers, Brownback, Obama
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/29/2012