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An audition for a Youth Summit and Talent Show will take place at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, March 22, at the Neighborhood Resource Center, 4953 State Ave.

The show is sponsored by the 3rd District Kansas African American Affairs Commission, in collaboration with several community partners.

The show will take place Saturday, March 28, at Kansas City Kansas Community College, 7250 State Ave.

Youth who are ages 12 to 19 may participate in the auditions. Those interested in participating are asked to fill out a registration form and visit this website:

Winners of the talent show will receive awards of $300, first place; $200, second place; and $100, third place.

The purpose of the program is to help bridge the gap between law enforcement members and the community by engaging youth in positive leadership development activity and addressing public policy concerns of the African American community, a spokesman said.

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Several Wyandotte County students have been named to the honor roll for fall 2014 at Emporia State University.

The students on the honor roll:

Areli Aguilar of Kansas City, Kan.
Hannah Baughman of Kansas City, Kan.
Kelly Chastain of Kansas City, Kan.
Kathryn Christwell of Kansas City, Kan.
Luciano Fasani of Kansas City, Kan.
Alyssa Grissom of Kansas City, Kan.
Cathleen Grissom of Kansas City, Kan.)
Mandy Hagen of Bonner Springs, Kan.
Raymond Horvat of Kansas City, Kan.
Tiara Jones of Kansas City, Kan.
Kendall Lee of Kansas City, Kan.
Brenda Mesmer of Bonner Springs, Kan.
Samantha Osiek of Kansas City, Kan.
Juan Reyes of Kansas City, Kan.
Kaleb Sauer of Kansas City, Kan.)
Ashley Sikorski of Kansas City, Kan.
Sarah Stella of Kansas City, Kan.
Dawn Todd of Kansas City, Kan.
Bruce VanCleave of Kansas City, Kan.
Tayler Wash of Kansas City, Kan.
Tyler Whaley of Kansas City, Kan.
Tamika Williams of Kansas City, Kan.

To qualify for the semester honor roll, students must earn a minimum 3.80 semester grade point average in at least 12 graded hours.

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The Kansas Supreme Court is accepting public comment until April 12, 2015, on a proposed rule change to clarify how district courts treat personally identifiable information in marriage licensing documents that the courts maintain.

The proposed changes to Rule 106 are available for review on the Kansas judicial branch website at under the heading What’s New.