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Freedom birthdays

Happy Birthday To Jan. 10: Teresa McIver, Janet Snow Jan. 11: Tegan Cook, Gene Burnham Jan. 12; Amanda Isenbart Jan. 13: Darlien Kamas, Alan Burkhart, Ruth Fisher Jan. 14: Kaye Costello, Taylor Turner, Kassidy Bourassa Jan. 15: Jan Howard Jan. 16:...

 

Freedom anniversaries

Happy Anniversary To Jan. 15: Mr. & Mrs. Bryan Pierce Jan. 20: Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Schultz, Mr. & Mrs. Mick Ferguson Jan. 24; Mr. & Mrs. Albert Williams (Note: Send corrections, additions to: [email protected] or call 800-3...

 

Freedom United Methodist Church news

Sunday, Jan. 6, the order of services at the Freedom United Methodist Church was: Prelude by Janell Reutlinger Announcements: Invocation by Pastor Todd Finley Call to Worship: Psalm 78:1-4, 9-20,32b-38a, led by Pastor Todd Opening hymn: “How Great...

 

Freedom students present "Jingle Jury"

Freedom Public School presented "Jingle Jury," a Christmas play, on Dec. 21. The production was directed by Ms. Tyree (Freedom's music teacher) and incorporated the elementary and high school... Full story

 

Kansas abortion foes brace for state Supreme Court decision

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Abortion opponents have been bracing themselves for nearly two years for a ruling from Kansas' highest court that protects abortion rights and upends politics in a state long at the center of the national debate. The Kansas...

 

Kansas Senate president considering 2020 race for US Senate

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — The top Republican in the Kansas Senate said Wednesday that she is considering a run for the U.S. Senate in 2020, saying she believes Congress needs more conservative Republican women. Senate President Susan Wagle told the...

 

Kansas man sentenced for using customers' credit cards

OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — The former owner of an Olathe barbecue restaurant was sentenced Wednesday to serve one year and one month in prison for using customers' credit cards to fund spending sprees. Matthew Sander, former owner of Smokin' Joe's...

 

Kansas judge allows victims' lawyers to assist prosecution

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — A Wyandotte County judge on Wednesday allowed private attorneys hired by families of the victims to assist in the prosecution of a man charged with killing two sheriff's deputies. The ruling in the capital murder case of 30...

 

Suspicious death investigation goes cold in Lawrence case

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Police still haven't determined whether an accident or foul play was responsible for a woman's death eight months ago at the Lawrence home of a man who was on probation for abusing another woman he met online. Sabrina Frock.,...

 

Kansas RB Pooka Williams granted diversion in battery case

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Star Kansas running back Pooka Williams has been granted diversion in a domestic battery case, meaning he has a chance to keep the allegation off his record. Williams, who appeared in court Wednesday, is accused of punching...

 

Maryland-based solar contractor fined in Fort Riley death

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — A Maryland-based solar contractor is facing nearly $40,000 in fines after an employee died from electrocution at Fort Riley. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration said Wednesday it cited Power Factor LLC for four...

 

New Kansas governor names campaign treasurer to commerce job

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Democratic Gov.-elect Laura Kelly has named a local economic development official who was her campaign treasurer as Kansas' next commerce secretary. Kelly announced Wednesday that she will nominate David Toland of Iola to lead...

 

Affidavit: Man fired gun before a deputy shot, wounded him

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Court documents say a man facing charges after he was wounded by a Kansas sheriff's deputy had fired a handgun near a child welfare office. The affidavit released in the case against 63-year-old Richard Gore says he appeared...

 

Settlement reached in girl's drowning-death at church party

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — The parents of an 11-year-old Wichita girl who drowned at a church party have reached a settlement. The Wichita Eagle reports that Andy Cramb and Joanna Cramb alleged in the suit that Pathway Church and the homeowners failed...

 

Venue change sought for teen in fatal Texas school shooting

SANTA FE, Texas (AP) — Attorneys for an 18-year-old student are seeking a change of venue for his capital murder trial in the fatal shooting of 10 people last year at a Texas high school. Attorneys for Dimitrios Pagourtzis say in a motion filed...

 

US-China trade talks wrap up, with outcome unclear

BEIJING (AP) — Uncertainty over the outcome of China-U.S. trade talks cast a pall Thursday over Asian markets as both sides kept mum about what lies ahead. Most Asian markets opened lower after the talks wrapped up the day before without clear...

 

Iran says it holds US Navy veteran, 1st arrest of Trump era

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran confirmed it is holding U.S. Navy veteran Michael R. White at a prison in the country, making him the first American known to be detained under President Donald Trump's administration. White's detention adds new pressure...

 

Water issues draw attention in Texas town of Rockdale

ROCKDALE, Texas (AP) — Sometimes when David Pruett turns on the taps, the water runs a dark caramel. "I don't wash the dishes when it comes out coffee-colored on me," said Pruett, 27. "There's been plenty of times, I've been in the shower, washing...

 

Federal shutdown delays some state road, bridge contracts

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Uncertainty over federal funding for transportation projects amid a partial government shutdown is forcing some states to delay contracts for new road and bridge work while others are preparing for that possibility....

 

Routine food inspections halted by US government shutdown

NEW YORK (AP) — Routine food inspections aren't getting done because of the partial government shutdown, but checks of the riskiest foods are expected to resume next week, the Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday. The agency said it's...

 

Comatose woman who had baby is hospitalized, police say

PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona woman in a vegetative state who had a baby after she was sexually assaulted at a long-term care facility is recovering at a hospital along with her child, authorities said Wednesday as they ramped up the search for a...

 

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