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Kansas Newspaper Clippings - Public Utilities

2014

Megan Hart
Don't allow prepaid electricity program, ratepayer board argues
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/07/2014

Associated Press
Overnight trips from Salina to Denver to open access to medical marijuana
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/09/2014

The Capital-Journal
Kansas federal gun prosecutions ranked third in nation
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/09/2014

Andy Marso
KCC employee uses state email to air intent to 'extol King Jesus'
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/11/2014

Solor powered
The Kansan.com, 01/12/2014

Associated Press
Chamber looks at energy, education
Parsons Sun, 01/14/2014

Scott Aust

KMEA power taking off in Garden City
The Garden City Telegram, 01/16/2014

Scott Rothschild
Public comment period opens on proposed changes to permit for coal-fired plant
Lawrence Journal World, 01/16/2014

Aly Van Dyke
Shawnee County recycles 11K tons of waste in first year
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/16/2014

Rick Plumlee
State agency to start receiving applications for help with heating bills
Wichita Eagle, 01/16/2014

Megan Hart
KCC: No safety rules broken in Wichita natural gas accident
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/16/2014

Tim Carpenter
Emler exits Senate for KCC post
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/16/2014

Megan Hart
New KCC commissioner says he will strive for balance
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/17/2014

Mary Clarkin
Senate confirms Emler to KCC
Salina Journal, 01/17/2014

Associated Press
Kan. Senate confirms member's appointment to KCC
Wichita Eagle, 01/17/2014

Jamie Willey
City gets $500K grant for sewer work
Parsons Sun, 01/22/2014

Mary Clarkin
Opting to reuse
Hutchinson News, 01/22/2014

Scott Rothschild
KBA leader vows Kansas will become bioscience leader
Lawrence Journal World, 01/27/2014

Celia Llopis-Jepsen
USD 501 board member joins Westar team
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/30/2014

Megan Hart
KCC to EPA: Be flexible regulating greenhouse gases
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/30/2014

Andy Marso
Utility companies lobby for lower solar reimbursement
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/04/2014

Megan Hart
New wind farms in Kansas sell power as far as Alabama
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/04/2014

Associated Press
Westar installing solar panels in Lawrence
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/05/2014

Andy Marso
Committee puts solar power bill on hold in surprise vote
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/11/2014

Andy Marso
Senator from Louisburg named to KCC
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/24/2014

Megan Hart
Westar asks KCC to give developers more time to get deposits back
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/28/2014

Megan Hart
Outgoing KCC commissioner: Kansas needs a plan for low-income people's energy bills
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/28/2014

Ryan McCarthy
Committee approves senator for KCC post
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/31/2014

Megan Hart
Troubled water utility Howison Heights likely won't get full requested rate hike
Topeka Capital Journal, 4/3/2014

The Capital-Journal
Asphalt company banned from doing business in Kansas
Topeka Capital Journal, 4/3/2014

Associated Press
Kansas public broadcasting could lose funding
Hutchinson News, 4/30/2014

Megan Hart
Westar asks for 25-cent per month average rate increase
Topeka Capital Journal, 5/9/2014

Megan Hart
Proposed natural gas changes could hurt customers, agency says
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/21/2014

Megan Hart
Westar will ask for $3.5 million for La Cygne costs
Topeka Capital Journal, 8/3/2014

Jim McLean
More formal vetting process to be used in selecting new Medicaid inspector general
Kansas Health Institute, 8/14/2014

Heather Hollingsworth
Attorneys headed to court over 'In Cold Blood'
Topeka Capital Journal, 8/21/2014

Christopher Guinn
Utility petitions court for eminent domain power
Dodge City Daily Globe, 8/25/2014

Deb Gruver
Kansas uses rigorous evidence standard for child abuse, neglect
Topeka Capital Journal, 8/31/2014

Peter Hancock
Progressive groups to stage 'Turnaround Tuesday' rallies at Statehouse
Lawrence Journal World, 9/1/2014

Associated Press
Drug abuse top reason for removing kids from home
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/1/2014

Megan Hart
KCC approves $3.5 million for Westar related to coal plant upgrades
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/10/2014

Megan Hart
Lower approved rates for Kansas utilities could save millions
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/14/2014

Mary Clarkin
Orman 'looks like a winner' after court ruling
Hutchinson News, 9/18/2014

Dion Lefler
Wolf Creek faces shutdown if fire-damaged generator isn't fixed in 2 days
Wichita Eagle, 10/7/2014