Pratt, KSPratt Tribune

Letter to the Editor: We are not a Democracy, we are a Constitutional Republic

In response to the letter written by Ruby Howell on Wednesday May 5, 2021 in the Pratt Tribune, page eight, I have some comments. She has stated the Constitution of the United States is a "social document." She did not define "a social document." It is in fact a contract between the 50 States and the Federal government. In the eight articles and sections the powers that are to be vested in the three branches of the Federal government. Our Constitution replaces the lost Articles of Confederation which preceded it. It is a contract of 50 states under the restrictions of the ordinances of the Constitution. The concepts embody the whole concept of freedom.
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(PRATT, KS) Gas prices vary across in the Pratt area, but if you’re willing to head for the cheapest station, you could be saving up to $0.13 per gallon. On Saturday the cheapest gallon of unleaded regular in the area was at Cenex at 916 S Main St. Regular there was listed at $2.79 per gallon Wednesday, compared to $2.92 at Kwik Shop at 116 Washington St, which GasBuddy clocked as the most expensive station in the area.
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Tyler Leslie earns top honors at Harding University

SEARCY, AR — Tyler Leslie, a senior management major from Pratt, Kansas, is among more than 1,150 Harding University students included on the dean's list for grades achieved during the spring 2021 semester. The dean's list is published each semester by Dr. Marty Spears, University provost, honoring those who have...
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Rescheduled play day is a hit in Haviland at the end of May

Haviland Grade School Celebrated the 92nd Annual Play Day on Thursday, May 27 in Kiowa County. Originally scheduled for October, the event was postponed last fall due to COVID-19. This is the first time Play Day has been in May, as far as former USD 474 Superintendent Mark Clodfelter is aware of. The event, which started as a day for the community to get together, has continued to be a highlight for Haviland for over nine decades.
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