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Governor uses PSU stop to highlight support for technical education teacher development center

In a brief stop at Pittsburg State University’s Kansas Technology Center on Monday, Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback praised the higher education funding bill recently passed by the Kansas Legislature, including $1 million targeted at creating the Career and Technical Education Teacher Development and Innovation Center (CTE-TDI) at PSU.

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The Salvation Army Preps for 2nd Annual T-Shirt Day

Local area businesses, schools, organizations, and more are invited to celebrate The Salvation Army’s 2nd Annual T-shirt Day! Wear your ‘OTHERS’ shirt on Friday, May 9th 2014 to support the mission of The Salvation Army. We will be selling shirt through the end of the month of April. The T-shirt Day event will take place at Victory Ministry & Sports Complex. This event will be family friendly and great for all age groups.

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Sexual assault awareness is everyone’s responsibility: 1 in 5 women will be raped in her lifetime

. In Missouri, estimates indicate 413,000 women have been sexually assaulted. Bringing awareness to this issue, and in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April, Freeman SANE team encourages victims of sexual assault to report their attack to law enforcement, seek medical attention following an attack and to never forget that sexual assault is not the victim’s fault.

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Today in the News: Lunar eclipse 'blood moon' to appear overnight

News to know

A total lunar eclipse in the early morning will turn the moon into a “blood moon,” according to NASA. The eclipse begins around 2 a.m. EDT, and the moon will turn a reddish orange color around 3 a.m. and stay that way for about an hour. This is the first of four blood moons the U.S. will see over the next year and a half, a rarity, as some periods of […]