This past week showed us what can happen when we decide to work together as Republicans and Democrats. It is clear that Kansans want to take care of their neighbors. Medicaid expansion is a critically important and very positive piece of legislation for uninsured Kansans and healthcare provi…
When one thinks of a Mayor, the traditional view is of a stuffed-shirt politician, wearing a suit or pantsuit, attending meetings, shaking hands, and signing proclamations.
Since I officially took over as editor of the Daily Union Dec. 20, no one issue has flooded my email inbox or come across my desk in the form of a story more than the current debate about what to do with Junction City High School.
Friday, we watched as one of the most divisive Presidents in American history left office to be replaced by one who — based on poll numbers alone — also looks to be one of the most divisive Presidents in American history.
I thought I loved Junction City before I became editor of the Daily Union, but in the past week since the news of my promotion broke, the outpouring of support has been humbling and incredibly appreciated.
Over the weekend, I had the opportunity to spend a morning with Phyllis Fitzgerald and some other volunteers picking up trash and trying to make our city cleaner.