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Auburn waited until Good Friday, but a great Friday it was for the Tigers finally notching their first SEC baseball victory this season behind Michael O'Neal's reliability and Garrett Cooper's power stroke to beat rival Alabama 6-3 in front of 3,635
Standing 6-foot-1, he's a Columbus native who hijacked the Chattahoochee Valley Community College record books and ventured his way to the Auburn baseball mound. Sounds an awful lot like Atlanta Braves veteran Tim Hudson, a 2-time All-Star hurler.
Kansas Chamber of Commerce President and Chief Executive Officer Mike O'Neal said he's a fan of government, but government has its place...For 28 years, Hutchinson Republican O'Neal served in the Kansas House of Representatives, rising to Speaker
Topeka Kansas House Speaker Mike O'Neal says he's pleased by a state Supreme Court ruling that upholds a $250,000 cap on non-economic damages in personal injury lawsuits. The Hutchinson Republican said Friday that many legislators and others have
His first order of business as president and CEO should be to change the name of the organization. O'Neal, you see, won't be running a state version of your local chamber of commerce...It is a political activist group, and it isn't one that speaks
Kansas Speaker of the House Mike O'Neal, R-Hutchinson, will serve out his legislative term which ends Jan. 14, 2013, even though he will start sometime in October as president and chief executive officer of the Kansas Chamber of Commerce in Topeka. O'
Topeka Retiring House Speaker Mike O'Neal has been hired as the president and chief executive officer of the Kansas Chamber of Commerce, it was announced today. O'Neal, R-Hutchinson, will assume his duties with the Kansas Chamber next month, the
Kansas House Speaker Mike O'Neal, R-Hutchinson, lost a legal fight he launched in January 2010 as the attorney for plaintiffs suing the state over money maneuvers...The petition urged the court to declare the sweeps unconstitutional and restore $5,
Kan. (AP) Each of Kansas' major political factions want voters to blame someone else for this year's bitter legislative wrangling over redrawn election districts, which ended up in federal court and could stick taxpayers with big legal bills.
The winner of the Aug. 7 election featuring Willard and Steven Becker will claim the seat held by O'Neal, retiring after 28 years in the Legislature. No Democrat filed in the 104th District, which covers north Hutchinson neighborhoods, Buhler, and