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April 18, 2000 | Associated Press
Thousands of janitors who staged a 24-hour walkout Monday agreed to return to work after settling on a three-year deal with pay increases and improved benefits. The janitors, who work in the city's downtown offices, were due to return to work today. The janitors' contract expired at midnight Sunday. The contract was negotiated as thousands of members of Local 1 of the Service Employees International Union picketed office buildings.
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April 18, 2000 | Associated Press
Thousands of janitors who staged a 24-hour walkout Monday agreed to return to work after settling on a three-year deal with pay increases and improved benefits. The janitors, who work in the city's downtown offices, were due to return to work today. The janitors' contract expired at midnight Sunday. The contract was negotiated as thousands of members of Local 1 of the Service Employees International Union picketed office buildings.
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October 6, 1996
An archeological dig has uncovered artifacts that suggest that American Indians in northeast Kansas and the Illinois River Valley had connections 1,000 years earlier then previously thought. Scientists unveiled their findings July 31 from the dig site, which sits atop a scenic Fort Leavenworth hill. They found artifacts from a culture that roamed the area 1,000 years ago and from a separate group that had settled there more than 4,000 years earlier.
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