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The Kansas News Service, a collaboration of HPPR, KCUR, Kansas Public Radio and KMUW covering health, education and politics, has a question for you: What’s your question?
So meta, right?
More precisely, the Kansas News Service wants to know, “What questions do you have about modern life in Kansas?” Your questions could very well turn into news stories.
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Fun facts to know and share from this week’s news on High Plains Public Radio and HPPR Connect:
> “It’s more expensive than other basic needs. You can buy used clothes at Goodwill ... but you don’t buy used underwear.” — Amy Weiss, a rabbi in Houston
> “If we start losing funding and we can’t do any maintenance or operation on them, I believe they will start to fail. To lose a dam is a potential loss of life.” — Anita Kaufman, director of Payne County Conservation
> “Kevin Reichard, publisher for Ballpark Digest, called Hodgetown ‘the model of what a new ballpark should be these days.’ ”
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