Just to be clear, there is no “master race.”
Since 2014, Your Community Foundation has been involved in #GivingTuesday.
This season of “The Bachelor: Amazon” has ended. Next up may be the season of recriminations.
In the aftermath of a campaign season that pretty much focused on everything wrong with Kansas and the nation, Friday night’s Thrive Allen County banquet was a much-needed celebration of things going right.
They shop in malls and high-end supermarkets, buy condos by the seaside, attend wine tastings, vacation abroad, and push their kids to apply to Harvard.
The 2018 election was “Year of the Woman, Part Deux.” Women, particularly Democrats, made gains nationwide.
Vada Snodgrass had a wonderful life as a child in south Iola, “better than I realized at the time,” as the Great Depression gave way to World War II and beyond.
As the March 29 deadline nears for Great Britain and the European Union to agree on how the former will extricate itself, I feel increasingly sorry for Theresa May.
By this time next week, the Iola and Humboldt town squares will be lit up for the holidays.