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Rising costs mean Topeka nonprofit will charge for paper shredding program

TOPEKA (KSNT) – TARC is updating a few of its procedures for their summer shredding events. The organization is now going to be offering security bags that the public can buy in order to help with some of the rising costs of the residential paper shredding program.

TARC leaders say that there are multiple shredding day events throughout the summer, but starting July 1st, the security bags will cost you a price of $10 per bag.

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Chilly evening ahead with clouds slowly clearing out overnight

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Partly cloudy skies are expected for the remainder of the day and through the overnight hours. Temperatures will drop down to the middle 40s with a slight breeze out of the north. It will feel a lot cooler than it has lately so be sure to grab a light jacket for any evening plans!

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Hillcrest Pool not opening Memorial Day weekend due to lifeguard shortage

TOPEKA (KSNT) – Hillcrest Pool in Topeka will not open with the rest of the pools in Shawnee County on Memorial Day Weekend.

“If we don’t have enough guards to staff a pool, we can’t open it because we want to keep people safe,” Mike Mclaughlin with Shawnee County Parks and Rec said.

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