Happy Birthday Kansas!
Virginia Rasmussen!!! Congratulations!!!
Virginia’s name was drawn this week as the winner in the Crock-Pot drawing!
From the U.S Department of Energy; the offices of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy is the 2019 Fuel Economy Guide you can obtain a printable, electronic version @ https:///www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/printGuides.shtml.
This guide helps consumers make informed decision when purchasing a vehicle. The guide features fuel economy, annual fuel cost and emission information for new model year cars, sport utility vehicles, and light trucks.
For more about this governmental department you may want to check out the website www.fueleconomy.gov.
USD #504 Parents As Teachers will hold a craft/fun get together at the Library plus a reading of the Kansas Reads to Preschooler book, Ten Pigs- an Epic Bath Adventure. You choose to either come at 10:30 a.m. or 6 p.m. On Tues. Nov. 13. This is open to all children under the age of 5. See you there!
The 100th Anniversary of the Armistice of November 11, 1918 that was signed in Compiègne, France to end World War I will be remembered tomorrow, Veteran’s Day Nov. 11, 2018 around the globe. The armistice was signed to end the fighting on land, sea and air between the Allies and their main opponent, Germany.
KDOR reminds voters of free ID services
TOPEKA—Kansans who need a photo ID before the November 6th election can visit any driver’s license office, jump to the front of the line, and get one for free.
To ensure the ID is free, Kansans should specifically state they need it for voting. The cost for ID cards normally is $22.
“This service is always available and it’s important for us to remind voters that it’s an option ahead of the November 6th general election,” Director of Vehicles David Harper said.
For a list of driver’s license office locations and hours visit https://www.ksrevenue.org/dovstations.html.