Editorials

  • Labor Day 8/31/2014

    Remember when Labor Day was the traditional end of summer? One last hurrah such as a family get-together or a quick get-away and then fall began? Th ...

  • Flexing muscles 8/29/2014

    A recent public opinion survey must have the military-industrial complex drooling. For a supposedly peace-loving nation, there's a growing segment of ...

  • Senate campaign 8/28/2014

    Kansas is attracting a lot of national attention this election cycle, primarily because of a deep fissure dividing the state Republican Party. The tea ...

  • Right to be heard? 8/26/2014

    One of the traditions of the Kansas State Fair, at least during election years, has been to provide the first gubernatorial debate of the campaign sea ...

  • Festering wound 8/24/2014

    People who live in the small rural communities of Kansas rely on the critical access hospitals that serve their hometowns. Yet, keeping those hospital ...

  • Big banks settling 8/22/2014

    On Thursday, the U.S. Justice Department announced the largest-ever civil settlement with a single entity when Bank of America agreed to pay $16.65 bi ...

  • Art appreciation 8/21/2014

    Ready to paint the town? Downtown Hays will be the place to do it Friday evening. That is when the 30th edition of the Hays Arts Council's Fall Art ...

  • Abuse of power 8/20/2014

    The amount of power granted a governor, in any state, is vast. Recent events in U.S. history seem to indicate that vastness often leads to unchecked a ...

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