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Dream interpretation - unlocking the secrets of our dreams.
Jason Hawes & V Johnson welcome dream interpreter Cindy McGill. Cindy discusses the meaning of our dreams, and the importance of paaying attention to the messages. Cindy takes calls and offers guidance to listeners. 12/6/2017 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson
Occult Detectives - who are they and what do they do?
Jason Hawes & JV Johnson talk with spiritual counselor Judika Illes about her recent book - a compilation of stories featuring occult detectives. In addition we explore her work in witchcraft, and paranormal studies. 11/28/2017 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson
Kansas lawmakers continue work on school financing
leaders say a state Supreme Court ruling on education funding won't require lawmakers to ..... schools and lawmakers must enact a new education funding law by June 30. Wagle and Ryckman ..... a greater say over their children's education . He said if parents do not believe a
KS Supreme Court: Kansas has failed to adequately fund schools
The court ruled Thursday that legislators must enact a new education funding law by the end of June. The decision comes with the ..... violating the state constitution by failing to finance a suitable education for each of the state's 458,000 students. The districts
Kansas and Missouri show strengths, weaknesses
also number one in government digitalization," said Executive Editor Tim Smart, explaining Missouri good government score. Kansas outshined Missouri in five of the seven categories, including healthcare, education and infrastructure.
Youth agency merger goes smoothly, pays dividends
made their association official. The transition has been smooth, but serving young people with problems that range from education , to foster care and behavioral health is a big job, because often poverty is a key factor, said Rob Whitten, Cornerstones
Mexico, KCPS launch adult education program
those 15 years of age and older and is an effort to bolster their education . "The government of Mexico is providing them with additional resources so they can strive in education ," said Alfonso Navarro-Bernachi, head consul of the Mexican