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Psychiatric hospital for children to open in Wichita | The Wichita Eagle

KVC Hospitals has plans to open a psychiatric hospital for children in Wichita. It will serve children from 6-18 who are struggling with suicidal thoughts, feelings of violence, depression, anxiety, substance abuse and more.
— Read on www.kansas.com/news/business/health-care/article213387364.html

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5 Little-Known Historic Mob Locations In Kansas City | KCUR

Many Kansas Citians have heard of the Union Station Massacre or the River Quay explosion — two of the more infamous episodes in KC’s mobster history. But
— Read on kcur.org/post/5-little-known-historic-mob-locations-kansas-city

Shawnee Indian Mission – Fairway, Kansas

Shawnee Indian Mission – Fairway, Kansas
— Read on www.kansastravel.org/shawneeindianmission.htm

Parkland, Florida massacre: School guard Andrew Medina harassed victim Meadow Pollack, family says – CBS News

Security monitor who critics say could have stopped the Florida high school massacre​ was suspended last year for sexually harassing two female students
— Read on www.cbsnews.com/news/parkland-florida-massacre-school-guard-andrew-medina-harassed-victim-meadow-pollack-family/

The More Valuable Your Work Is To Society, The Less You’ll Be Paid For It | PopularResistance.Org

One of the most frequently heard complaints from supporters of the Occupy Wall Street movement—particularly the ones working too much to spend much time in the camps, but who could only show up for marches or to express support on the Web—ran along the lines of: “I wanted to do something useful with my life; work that
— Read on popularresistance.org/the-more-valuable-your-work-is-to-society-the-less-youll-be-paid-for-it/

Roman Tomb Unearthed; to Everyone’s Surprise, It’s Intact – The New York Times

Excavations for an aqueduct happened upon a fourth century B.C. chamber tomb, with four skeletons and funerary wares.
— Read on mobile.nytimes.com/2018/06/01/arts/design/roman-tomb-intact.html

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