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AG Derek Schmidt, statewide partners launch 'Demand an End' campaign to raise awareness of sex trafficking

AG Derek Schmidt, statewide partners launch 'Demand an End' campaign to raise awareness of sex trafficking

by KDOC News last modified Jul 09, 2018 01:27 PM

Corrections Secretary Joe Norwood joined 60 partners from across the state Monday as Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt launched a public awareness initiative targeting buyers of sex.

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KDOC 2018 Employees and Volunteers of the Year Announced

KDOC 2018 Employees and Volunteers of the Year Announced

by KDOC News last modified Jul 09, 2018 01:28 PM

Governor Jeff Colyer and Corrections Secretary Joe Norwood announced the Kansas Department of Corrections’ (KDOC) 2018 Employees and Volunteers of the Year during a ceremony held recently at the Kansas Statehouse.

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Barton LCMHF carpentry students build shed for Great Bend daycare

Barton LCMHF carpentry students build shed for Great Bend daycare

by Barton Community College last modified Jul 09, 2018 01:29 PM

Restocking paper goods at Great Bend Head Start daycare was a cross-town trip before Barton Community College got involved.

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Governor Colyer proclaims Kansas Correctional Officer's and Employee's Week

Governor Colyer proclaims Kansas Correctional Officer's and Employee's Week

by KDOC News last modified May 08, 2018 04:17 PM

Governor Jeff Colyer is calling on Kansans to recognize the contributions of Kansas correctional officers and employees during the week of May 6-12.

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31 LCMHF inmates pass GED through Barton; dozens earn industry certifications

31 LCMHF inmates pass GED through Barton; dozens earn industry certifications

by KDOC News last modified May 03, 2018 10:42 AM

Xavier Pennington landed in jail in 2016 for dealing drugs. It was rock bottom, but from there he had nowhere to go but up. Now the once high-school-dropout has earned his diploma via the state GED exam through Barton Community College, and has mastered skills to earn an honest wage when he is released in November of 2019.

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