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Juvenile Crime

2006 Session - June through December

The State Library of Kansas' Legislative Reference Section maintains a collection of clipped newspaper articles on topics relating to subjects pertinent to issues in Kansas state government. Below is a listing of clipped articles taken from several different newspapers relating to JUVENILE CRIME, June through December, 2006.

The Clippings books are available for use in the library. You may photocopy articles from the books. If you have questions regarding this collection please feel free to contact State Library staff. Contact information is found at the top and bottom of this page.

The Clippings List is generally arranged chronologically through the year.

Each article cited contains the following information:

Author of article (if any is present)
Title of Article
Newspaper title and date of issue


ARTICLES ON JUVENILE CRIME, June through December, 2006


Christina M. Woods
Officials await results of juvenile justice bill
Wichita Eagle, 6/29/2006 [Newsbank article]


Jon Schubin
Officer's action averts fight at East
Wichita Eagle, 9/9/2006 [Newsbank article]


The Capital-Journal
Police arrest young gunman
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/16/2006 [Newsbank article]


Steve Fry
New courtroom to keep juvenile services separate
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/20/2006


Dianne Lawson
Peace center helps teens
Topeka Capital Journal, 10/23/2006


Tim Hrenchir
County votes to look at suing Kansas
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/12/2006


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