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The deal involves sending notices to at least 20,000 affected voters. 

Major General Joseph Martin is assuming command of the 1st Infantry Division. 

Lawrence writer Roger Martin, sitting outside the Raven Book store in downtown Lawrence. (Photo by J. Schafer)

Does God exist?  Lawrence writer Roger Martin has been grappling with this question his whole life.  In his new book, A Doubter's Guide to God, Martin takes us on a personal and skeptical journey through faith.

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 A Kansas State University Research and Extension nutritionist says consumers deserve to know what's in their food

Congress passed the controversial labeling bill in July but the debate over the safety of genetically modified foods rages on.

According to a study by the Pew Charitable Trusts, the average state has about 29.2 days of reserve funds on hand. 
 

Former Lawrence Mayor Jeremy Farmer (photo credit: http://www.nfesh.org/)

Jeremy Farmer has admitted to stealing money from his time on the job as executive director of a food pantry. 

Racist messages chaled on the Bethany College campus include an allusion to a Donald Trump campaign slogan (photo credit: Lindsborg Police Department)

Chalk outlines of bodies and messages including "Make Lindsborg White Again" were scrawled on Bethany College sidewalks earlier this month. 

Here's what's happening in our area

Find out what's happening in our area by browsing these news headlines from the Associated Press, as compiled by KPR news staffers.

Harvest Public Media is a reporting project specializing in agricultural and rural issues.

The suit could involve thousands of farmers in Kansas and across the nation.

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