Barton Community College students who are studying for future careers were invited to visit local businesses on Wednesday, during College To Community Day.
A Great Bend couple will share their love of southern gospel music next month with two days of live entertainment, all offered at no charge.
The frames and mattes that are the stock and trade of Petr's Frame House only fill one corner of Petr Grigorev's store. The rest of building at 2009 16th St. has been filled with art.
Barton County Sheriff's Office responded to two rollover accidents on Saturday, and the Kansas Highway Patrol worked a rollover accident in Russell County. All three were initially reported as injury accidents.
Great Bend Church of the Nazarene, 4811 Broadway Ave., will turn its rooms into a walk-through drama called Judgement House this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
In addition to voting for a president, Kansas voters will make a decision this election that could amend the state constitution. If it passes, it would be the first step in lowering the property tax paid by boat owners.
Great Bend Noon Kiwanis Club is asking the public to help youngsters who need Halloween costumes.
Summor Hoss was three months pregnant with Damon Galyardt's baby when Galyardt died last November. On Wednesday, Hoss testified at the preliminary hearing of Jeffrey Chapman, a man she and her boyfriend Galyardt once considered a friend.
Fake blood and cobwebs are coming out of storage as area groups work on haunted houses for Halloween. Several of the attractions open this week, while others are keeping us in suspense for one more week. Attractions include:
Robby Gardner may have a pilot license, but it doesn't change his status as a newbie at the MACK flying field.
Catholics will be praying the Holy Rosary in front of the Barton County courthouse this Saturday at noon, said Ruth McFrederick from Holy Family Parish. Believers of all faiths are invited to come and pray for the nation.
Most weeks the Great Bend Tribune reports on at least one fundraiser that involves food. We can mark our calendars by pancakes, spaghetti or homemade chicken-noodle soup. In the coming weeks we'll have several opportunities to sample some food specialties by local cooks. In so doing, we may actually be helping others.
Friends of a Russell man who died last Saturday on U.S. 281 won't use that highway when they travel to his funeral today.
A Great Bend USD 428 teacher arrested last month on drug charges had her bond reduced Wednesday pending her preliminary hearing, which is set for 3 p.m. on Nov. 1 in Barton County District Court.
More than 11 months after hunters discovered the body of 25-year-old Damon Galyardt, the Pawnee Rock man accused of murdering him is headed to court.
ELLINWOOD - Following a Town Hall on Thursday at the Ellinwood District Hospital, Kansas Secretary of Revenue Nick Jordan made a visit to the historic Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, 5 miles north of town. Tax credits administered through the Kansas Historical Society will reimburse 27 percent of the cost of restoring the former church's iconic steeple, said Ryan Robl from the Sts. Peter and Paul Heritage Association.
ELLINWOOD - Kansas is in a good fiscal position, Secretary of Revenue Nick Jordan said Thursday at an Ellinwood Chamber Town Hall. One of his key points on Kansas tax policy is that the state ended Fiscal Year 2014 with $434.6 million cash-on-hand.
The judge who ordered a mental competency evaluation for first-degree murder suspect Jeffrey Wade Chapman now wants to hear why the evaluation at Larned State Security Hospital took less than a day.
The jury trial for the Great Bend woman accused of stealing more than $100,000 in money earmarked to honor World War II veterans was scheduled to start this week, but is on hold, with no date scheduled as of Tuesday. LaVeta D. Miller's court-appointed attorney has requested the trial be rescheduled to November or December if possible.