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Dec 10, 2012 • Seaman High School

2011 KC Metro Classic All-Star Wrestling Dual

Mar 4, 2011 • Amateur Sports Network
The match itself will consist of fifteen exciting bouts, featuring 14 state champions and 30 state placers. This meet is highly competitive and is annually attended by some of the top college coaches in the country. Former participants are well represented on college wrestling rosters from Californi More

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Five teachers begin first year at Center schools

Aug 26, 2014 • Hillsboro Free Press
Coirier grew up near Topeka and graduated from Seaman High School. She went on to earn an agriculture education degree at Kansas State University. Coirier taught ag for two years at Solomon and Council Grove, then left teaching for two years to work in ... More

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Aug 24, 2014 • Topeka Capital Journal
Kansas Capital Quilters Guild, 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 26, Woman's Club of Topeka, 5221 S.W. West Drive. Visitors welcome. Information: Topeka Sierra Club, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 26, Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library ... More

Road Construction Will Interfere With First Day Of School

Aug 12, 2014 • WIBW
TOPEKA, Kansas (WIBW) -- Some parents and student drivers will have to start their morning a little earlier Wednesday and Thursday morning for the first day of school. Construction projects are blocking main routes and school officials are doing their ... More

Kevin Haskin: 'Frog' could get Mickey Mantle to leap at pitches

Aug 10, 2014 • Topeka Capital Journal
“He had good teams and we wanted to play that kind of baseball,” recalled Charlie Heavin, who moved to Topeka in 1965 and is now retired. A visit with Barnett was arranged in ... Toward the end of the 1947 season, when the Whiz Kids were bridging ... More

Pink firetrucks surprise girl battling cancer

Aug 4, 2014 • Topeka Capital Journal
Morgan Kottman, a 14-year-old with a cancerous tumor on her brain stem, receives a hug Monday from firefighter and Pink Heals volunteer Luke Hays, of Kansas City, Kan., while the Pink Heals tour does home visits to people with cancer in Topeka. More

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