On Feb. 11, CBS Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan was in Tahrir Square covering the celebration after Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak announced that he would step down.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Kobe Bryant needed only a quick survey of the All-Star rosters for the names to jump out at him.
MANHATTAN (AP) - Kansas State star Jacob Pullen insisted he didn't really have an answer, but his wry smile told a different story.
LAWRENCE (AP) - Markieff Morris and No. 1 Kansas found the perfect cure for a bad Kansas State hangover: a big dose of Colorado.
Nebraska 70, No. 3 Texas 67 LINCOLN, Neb. - Brandon Richardson hit a pair of free throws with 7.2 seconds left, and Nebraska beat a team ranked in the top three for the first time since 1994. The Cornhuskers' second win over a Top 25 opponent this season broke Texas' school-record Big 12 winning streak of 11 games. Nebraska downed then-No. 13 Texas A&M 57-48 on Jan. 29. Richardson led Nebraska (18-8, 6-6) with 15 ...
WASHINGTON (AP) - NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, union executive director DeMaurice Smith and members of their negotiating teams participated in a second consecutive six-hour session with a federal mediator Saturday, trying to spur progress less than two weeks before the league's labor deal expires.
The Quilting Bees Members met on February 15 at the Presbyterian Church. A welcome was given to new members Donna Parde, Larned and Donica Schumacher, Great Bend. President Ann Hicks reminded members of the upcoming work day on Saturday, February 19 beginning at 9:00 a.m. and of the Quilter's Celebration in June. Discussion was held on a possible display at the Jordaan Library in March for National Quilter's month. The purple fat quarters were won ...
Today Larned Antique Show -Last day to attend Larned's 41st Annual Antiques, Toys and Collectibles Show and Sale at the Larned Community Center, 1500 Toles Ave. Doors will open at 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The admission is $2 and children 10 and under are free. Homemade concessions on site and free appraisals will be available from 1 to 3 p.m. Monday Crops & livestock supper- The Pawnee County Extension Council Crops and Livestock Supper ...
Breakfast Monday Cinnamon roll, fruit, milk Tuesday Sausage patty, egg patty, biscuit, fruit, milk Wednesday Donut, yogurt, milk Thursday Breakfast burrito, fruit milk Friday Muffin, fruit, milk Lunch Monday Crispitos, Spanish rice, corn, cinnamon tastrie, salad bar, milk Tuesday Chicken patty on bun, veggie, tater triangle, salad bar, milk Wednesday rotini with spaghetti sauce, cheese sauce, veggie, salad bar, milk Thursday Chicken strips, french fries, veggies, salad bar, milk Friday Fiestada, veggie, cookie, salad bar, ...
The internationally acclaimed U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors of Washington, D.C., will continue its long history of presenting free public performances when it appears at Larned's Middle School Gym at 3.
SALINA - Steve E. Campbell, 63, Salina, went to be with his Lord on Feb. 18. He was born April 20, 1947 in Stafford, the son of Edward and Betty (Bates) Campbell. He was an Air Force Vietnam Veteran and worked for R & A Auto Electric and WPM Pathology Lab and was a member and elder of Belmont Blvd. Christian Church. Steve was a pilot and loved to fly, loved his 55 Pontiac and loved spending time with his family.
BURDETT - Raymond Leroy Patterson, 67, died Feb. 18, at Shawnee Mission Hospital, Marian.
ELLINWOOD - Lawrence Birzer, 83, died Feb. 17 at Promise Regional Hospital in Hutchinson. Born Oct. 24, 1927 near Ellinwood in rural Barton County,he was the son of John Birzer and Isabell Frenzl. A lifetime resident of Ellinwood he was a retired farmer and oilfield pumper. He retired from Ladd Oil Company in 1987 after 34 years as a pumper. On April 27, 1948 he married Catherine Esfeld in Great Bend. Mr. Birzer was a ...
NEWTON - Virginia S. Shawver 78, died Feb. 17, at Bethesda Home in Goessel. Born May 21, 1932 in Larned, she was the Claude and Evelyn (Unruh) Wyman. On Oct. 11, 1953 she married Leslie Shawver in Larned. He preceded her in death. She enjoyed sewing and cross stitching. Virginia also enjoyed antique furniture restoration. Her family was important to her and she greatly looked forward to spending time with her loving family and many friends.
Nearly a month after his death, at the age of 79, Wally Straub is being honored for a lifetime of community support and involvement. The lifetime area resident earned the award of "Citizen of the Year" posthumously during the 89th-annual Great Bend Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Banquet held Saturday night at the Highland Convention Center, Great Bend. The Straub family accepted the award on Wally's behalf.
TOPEKA -- Dorothy Mae Carver, 75, Topeka, passed away May 17, 2013 at Midland Hospice House.
(MCT) – Summer gasoline prices will be lower in the U.S. than they were last year. But they won't be much lower, experts say, because U.S. refineries have been exporting record amounts of fuel overseas.
Small Claims Cases Filed 5-8 - Schartz Automotive Inc. Larned, vs. Kay Lynn Kettwich, Larned; monies owed. Filed 4-1 - ATRA Service Center, Larned, vs. Marjorie Spence, Larned; monies owed. Journal entry of dismissal, 5-3, The Court finds that the underlying obligation has been satisfied and that said cause should be dismissed. District Court Speeding Cases Filed 4-8 - Keith Jason Riley, Larned. No seat belt. Fine $10. No current liability insurance. Proof shown, case ...
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At the invitation of Kansas Governor Sam Brownback, Aubrey Lynn Kempke of Claflin was selected to attend the 30th annual Governor's Scholars Award Program on May 5 in Topeka.
here is a stellar event occurring in Kansas right now that is visible and dramatic! One of the largest migratory birds is nesting in multiple sites in Kansas and surrounding states. The great blue heron is here! These four feet tall birds are gathered in rookeries where several families build nests in tall trees. They join forces to notify each other if bobcats, rat snakes, or raccoons come around looking for a meal in a ...
WASHINGTON (AP) - The House and Senate Agriculture Committees laid the groundwork this week for reducing the size of the federal food stamp program, approving farm bills that would shrink food aid and alter the way people qualify for it.
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Julie Knoblich, Director of Human Resources, Barton Community College and Bernie Jamieson, accountant with Benefits Managements Inc. were recognized for serving six years on the Board of Directors of ElderCare, Inc. Knoblich served as Board chair and Jamieson served as Board Secretary–Treasurer. Janet Splitter, Executive Director of ElderCare, Inc. presented each with a plaque in appreciation of their leadership and counsel guiding the service to older adults. Current members of the Board include: Julie Knoblich, ...
For three more weeks, the Senate Judiciary Committee will debate the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act, S. 744. During the 45 years I've studied Washington politics, including 25 years of editorializing on the dreary subject, I can say without hesitation that no more anti-American legislation has ever been introduced.
You might say that May 10, 2013 was when the "second term curse" officially struck President Barack Obama -- and that May 13 was when it flattened him. Obama's administration has been hit with a triple whammy blast from a massive political stun gun.
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