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July 31, 2004


KU sex class opponent to appear on KTWU

Sen. Susan Wagle, R-Wichita, and former Wichita Mayor Bob Knight, who's challenging Wagle in the GOP primary, will be featured on this week's edition of Kansas Public Television's "On the Record," airing at noon Sunday on KTWU, Channel 11 on Sunflower Broadband.

Wagle, a conservative, made headlines last year when she accused Kansas University professor Dennis Dailey of condoning pedophilia and showing pornographic videos to students in his human sexuality class. After a university-led investigation, the allegations were found to be without merit.

"On the Record" also will profile the race between Rep. Bill Kassebaum, R-Burdick, and former House Majority Leader Sheri Weber of Herington. Kassebaum, a moderate, defeated Weber, a conservative, two years ago.

Veritas begins class sign-ups

Veritas Christian School junior and senior high school students will be able to sign up for classes beginning next week.

Students can sign up from 8 a.m. to noon Monday; noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday and 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Thursday.

The school, 256 N. Mich., also will close enrollment for its kindergarten classes on Friday.

For more information, people can call the school at 749-0083.

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