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Curt Mitchell arrested in Tanya Tandoc's murder

Curt Mitchell arrested in Tanya Tandoc's murder

The Wichita restaurateur was found dead in her home Thursday night.

Popular Wichita restauranteur Tanya Tandoc, owner of Tanya’s Soup Kitchen, was found dead in the basement of her home in the 200 block of south Minneapolis last night after police responded to a call of “concern about the welfare of an individual” just before 11 p.m.

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Barleycorn's is new again

Barleycorn's is new again

In the middle of March, John Barleycorn's Bar and Grill, 608 E. Douglas, shut down. The ownership changed and remodeling began. This weekend sees Barleycorn's — the new, official, shorter (but still with an apostrophe!) name — reopen, modified to be even better at what the venerable Old Town bar was known for: live music.

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Lawrence Furniture Store Fails Because Obama

Lawrence Furniture Store Fails Because Obama

Candy ass commies don't buy enough cheap furniture because of Marxism

Somehow, the sterling marketing practice of having randomly dancing people holding nonsensical signs to promote a business seems to have failed for one Lawrence furniture store. While considered by many to be the single most effective marketing tool in existence, others begin to question the efficacy of this brilliant practice and begin to consider hiring actual creatives for advertising.

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City Unveils Plans For Animatronic Keeper Of The Plains Makeover

City unveils plans for animatronic Keeper of the Plains makeover

New work will offer lectures on the city's history, music

City representatives unveiled plans at a press conference Tuesday to replace the existing Keeper of the Plains statue with a more modern, animatronic replica. The new statue will be designed by a group of local artists using pieces from the existing statue along with a full suite of servomotor animatronics developed by the Disney corporation.

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No Letter For You!

No Letter For You!

Wichita East Tells Special Needs Student To Remove Letter Jacket

Kansas again took the national spotlight today after KSN reported today that Wichita East special-needs student Michael Kelly was told to remove his letter jacket at school. Kelley has Down Syndrome and autism. He plays basketball on the school's special needs team, and his family bought him the letter jacket to celebrate his efforts.

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Citizens United protest procession to take place Thursday

Citizens United protest procession to take place Thursday

Marchers, musicians and concerned citizens are invited to take part in a funeral procession style march in Wichita to protest and raise awareness of the fifth anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision in the Citizens United case.

The funeral procession theme is intended to represent the death of democracy due to the Citizens United decision.

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