Wanting to get out and see some live games this fall, but don’t want to battle the crowds? There are alternatives to the pricey, crowded venues in Kansas City, Lawrence, and Manhattan, and you don’t have to travel far to find them. Join Nate as he gives you the fall schedules for high school and college sports in the Topeka and Shawnee County area.
Read Stacy’s Chapter 8 online or learn more about the Community Novel Project Why did you want to participate in the Community Novel Project? Lissa seemed a little desperate, and I’ve never let anyone read my writing before, so it seemed like a safe way to start. What do you like about the premise and […]
Read Janet’s Chapter 7 online or learn more about the Community Novel Project Why did you want to participate in the Community Novel Project? I had just completed the NaNoWriMo challenge and was looking for a reason to keep writing. What do you like about the premise and characters of this year’s Community Novel Project […]
The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library is upgrading computers in the county’s community center thanks to a partnership with Shawnee County Parks and Recreation Department. Thirty-six new PCs in the county’s community centers will include Internet browsers, Microsoft Office and resume software. The community centers receiving equipment, including a print station, in 2013 are […]
The basketball season is underway, and if you’re wanting to get out and take in some action on the hardwood this winter, you won’t have to leave Shawnee County!
Meet and get autographs from former big leaguers Mike Torrez and Ken Berry Wednesday, November 16 at Hy-Vee!