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TOPEKA – Jobseekers are encouraged to attend the upcoming State of Kansas Agencies Virtual Job Fair from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday, July 26. This virtual fair, hosted by KANSASWORKS, will … more
Governor Laura Kelly recently announced that $4.1 million in Community Service Program (CSP) Tax Credits has been awarded to 36 nonprofit organizations across the state to boost fundraising efforts … more
Officials are needed to officiate over high school sporting events in Kansas. The KSHSAA Officials Department oversees the licensing and testing of the Kansas High School officials. Officials … more
Special to the Ulysses News TOPEKA – The Kansas Department of Commerce is accepting nominations for the 2023 To The Stars: Kansas Business Awards. The popular annual awards program … more
Special to the Ulysses News TOPEKA – Governor Laura Kelly has joined a group of governors in calling on Congress to protect and increase federal investment in child care in the upcoming … more
TOPEKA, Kans. – Kansas Insurance Commissioner Vicki Schmidt, recently announced, that the Kansas Insurance Department has made its annual distribution to local Firefighter Relief Associations … more
TOPEKA – Lieutenant Governor and Department of Commerce Secretary David Toland announced recently the call for nominations for the 2023 Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week Awards. … more
The Kansas Department of Transportation’s KanDrive website is now also available to download as an App on Android and iOS (iPhone Operating System) cell phones. KanDrive provides travelers … more
Governor Laura Kelly today announced that the State of Kansas and the Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas (KTIK) have together received $17.2 million in federal grant funding to address the opioid crisis. The … more
Governor Laura Kelly on Tuesday announced $1.46 million has been awarded to Kansas to prevent family, domestic and dating violence; to support victims of such violence; and to safely increase … more
Last week, Governor Laura Kelly announced that her administration is knocking down a significant administrative barrier to joining the Kansas child care workforce. The Kansas Department of Health and … more
Governor Laura Kelly announced last week that her administration has begun the process of distributing $51 million in bonuses for direct care workers at Medicaid home and community-based services … more
On October 3rd, Governor Laura Kelly announced that small businesses can now apply to receive COVID-19 Retail Storefront Property Tax Relief. In June, Governor Kelly signed bipartisan House Bill … more
Governor Laura Kelly announced that the Strengthening People and Revitalizing Kansas (SPARK) Executive Committee has made recommendations regarding the high-level distribution of $374 million of … more
Kansas foster children have stable placements and are experiencing fewer moves while in care, according to the first report from the Neutral Third Party in the McIntyre class action lawsuit … more
Governor Laura Kelly today sent a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regarding its recently proposed change to the usage and label requirements of atrazine, an herbicide that helps … more
The start of a new school year is an expensive time for families. If you are struggling to pay for phone and internet services while navigating back to school costs, help is available to stay … more
“The KMC is excited to get the voting started for this year’s People’s Choice tournament,” said Brandie McPherson, KMC Executive Director. “There are 60 Kansas-made … more
Governor Laura Kelly met today with Sedgwick County-area leaders to discuss the need for a state mental health hospital in the region. The meeting included a roundtable discussion and a tour of … more
Earlier this month, Governor Laura Kelly ceremonially signed Senate Bill 19, bipartisan legislation that launches 9-8-8 as the official 24/7 three-digit dialing code for the National Suicide and … more
The Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC) recently launched Energy Smart Kansas, a website devoted to helping shape the future of energy efficiency opportunities in the state. Kansans are invited to … more
The Kansas Department of Commerce is accepting nominations for the 2022 To The Stars: Celebrating Kansas Businesses Awards. The annual awards program recognizes businesses across the state for the … more
Governor Laura Kelly has announced actions her administration has taken and resources that are available to support cattle feeders in southwestern Kansas whose cattle died over the weekend due to … more
On Monday, alongside bipartisan legislators and casino industry representatives, Governor Laura Kelly ceremonially signed Senate Bill 84 to legalize the act of sports wagering in Kansas. The bill … more
There will be a primary election in Grant County on August 2, 2022. The county offices up for election include two county commissioner seats and precinct committeemen and committeewomen … more
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