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Partnership could offer Convention Center answers

“I love it when a plan comes together,” the fictional television soldier of fortune Hannibal Smith would say when his “A-Team”  had managed to survive yet another adventure. He saw the organization amid the chaos around him.
Great Bend city officials may be saying this now following the City Council meeting last Monday night. At that meeting, the governing body approved entering into a partnership with Barton Community College to shift the development of the Convention Center in a new direction.
In making their presentations, BCC President Carl Heilman and Board of Trustees Chairman Mike Johnson said they saw workforce ...


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