MANHATTAN - Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder is one of 20 coaches across the country and four from the Big 12 Conference to be named to the watch list for the 2011 Bryant Coach of the Year Award, the award committee has announced.
Barton Community College will present a student recital of instrumental and vocal performances at 2 p.m. on Sunday in the Dorothy Moses Morrison Chapel, located in BCC's Fine Arts Building, F-157.
HOISINGTON - Clara R. Steiner, 95, died October 26, 2011 at Cherry Village Nursing Home, Great Bend.
MANHATTAN (AP) - Many expected dramatic improvement from Kansas State's defense this season. Hopes were not nearly so high for the offensive line.
Facing the possibility of a letdown due to wrapping up the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference West Division title on Monday, the Barton volleyball team took care of business on Wednesday at Kirkman Activity Center by sweeping Seward County, 25-19, 25-17 and 25-20.
GREAT BEND - Jesus L. Torrez, 85, died Oct. 25, 2011 at the Hays Medical Center.
DALLAS, Texas - David Allen Brungardt, 53, of Dallas, Texas, passed away October 20, 2011.
GREAT BEND - Paul M. Maier, 68, died October 26, 2011 at Pinnacle Park in Salina.
HOISINGTON - Hoisington residents had a second major water leak in less than a week and experienced low water pressure on Friday, according to Paul Zecha, director of Public Works. They also had a main transmission line fracture on Tuesday.
The Kansas Commission on Veterans affairs mobile office will be visit Great Bend from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 23. It will be located in the Walmart parking lot.
The latest drought monitor map came out Thursday and as most expected the news isn't good. So where are we?
Have you uncovered an old trunk or piece of furniture that has been in the family forever that is in need of refinishing? If you don't know where to start, keep reading to find your answer. I have hosted refinishing workshops in the past and have enjoyed the friendship and camaraderie of others while sanding away on a special treasure.
SHAFTER, Calif. – A bustling city is sprouting on five acres here, carved out of a vast almond grove. Tanker trucks and heavy equipment come and go, a row of office trailers runs the length of the site and an imposing 150-foot drilling rig illuminated by football-field-like lights rises over the trees.
Ohio geologists have found a probable connection between fracking and several mild earthquakes in a region that had never experienced a temblor until recently, according to a state report.
Children at Tiffany's Day Care in the 900 block of Williams enjoy an early Easter visit from the Eastern Bunny. The business is operated by Tiffany Nily.
The Heartland Center for Spirituality is offering an overnight bird watching tour in the Great Bend and Cheyenne Bottoms wetland area, May 9-10.
Great Bend Knights of Columbus is selling tickets to a chicken fried chicken dinner to raise money for repaving the Columbus Club parking lot. The meal will be served from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sunday, April 27, at the K of C Hall, 723 Main.
There will be a Breakout in Worship at 7 p.m. Friday, April 18, at Perkins restaurant, 2920 10th St. Worship will be led by Christina Ball, and the message will be delivered by Christy Burris of Stafford. A freewill love offering will be collected.
First Baptist Church will hold a Good Friday service from 1-3 p.m. April 18 at the church, 1600 19th St. The pastor is Leroy Keith.
• Sponsors of Royal Family Kids Camp, which provides summer fun for children in foster care, will hold a 5K run/walk at 7 a.m. on Saturday, April 19, at Brit Spaugh Park. For more information contact Melissa Widiger, First Assembly of God, Great Bend, by calling 792-5211. On the web: greatbend.royalfamilykids.org.
Thursday, April 17
Christ's sacrifice will be presented by the Great Bend Seventh-day Adventist Church choir at 10:50 a.m. Saturday, April 19 at the church, 1 mile west of 10th St. and Patton Road. Pastor Terry Ruebush will narrate using Mark, chapter 11-14.