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Wood carver finds fun after the fear
CHILLICOTHE, Kan. (AP) - Steve Holt laughs when reflecting on what he regards as three stages of emotion when creating public art. The first stage: fear. "You go, 'Can I really do this?' I'm right out here in front of everybody, and if I mess up, everybody's going to see ...
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Column ‘Why I’ll never date a feminist’ earns mockery and insults
A Missouri journalist’s column headlined “Why I’ll Never Date a Feminist” turned him into one of the top targets of social media mockery.
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Finalists announced in Missouri APME contest
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Finalists have been announced in the Missouri Associated Press Media Editors 2016 newspaper contest. The awards in actual order of finish - first, second and third places - will be announced at the Associated Press/Missouri Press Association Day at the Capitol in Jefferson City on ...
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Kickapoo Tribe of Kansas celebrates new water rights deal
HORTON, Kan. (AP) - A Kansas Indian tribe is celebrating a new water rights agreement that will help it develop a reservoir on its reservation. The agreement between the Kickapoo Tribe of Kansas and the state was approved earlier this month but still must be ratified by Congress. The St. ...
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