Those with a history of asthma know the feeling – that sudden inability to catch a breath. But often they are equipped with medications and inhalers.
Crime Stoppers is seeking information about the theft of a Miller Bobcat welder that was stolen off a welding truck in Great Bend on Oct. 11.
Sue Gervais has been selected the October Employee of the Month for Pathways. Sue has been assisting Pathways clients for over six years, and is currently working in the capacity of House Manager. She is a very outspoken advocate for the clients she serves. Sue assists the clients in becoming involved in the community, through activities of their choice. She has the respect of her clients, their parents and guardians, as well as the staff that work for her. She takes pride in maintaining a good home for the clients, all while ensuring the clients are happy, healthy, and well ...
In March, 1998, trial began in Lesli Szabo's $1.7 million lawsuit against a Hamilton, Ontario, Canada hospital for not making her 1993 childbirth pain-free.
EMPORIA - The Hoisington High School girls' golf team captured second place at the Class 3-1A state meet on Monday.
ROZEL - The Pawnee Heights High School volleyball team swept the competition at its home triangular on Tuesday.
ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) - Carson Palmer went to bed a retired football player resigned to the fact that the Cincinnati Bengals would never grant his wish to be traded.
HAYS - Junior Maddie Werth carded a 107 and sophomore McKenna Mauler finished at 110 for Great Bend High School on Monday during the Class 5A state golf tournament at Smoky Hill Country Club.
LAWRENCE (AP) - There is a reason Kansas' schedule is one of the toughest in the nation: Each team Kansas has faced has been undefeated at kickoff.
ST. LOUIS (AP) - If this is Albert Pujols' farewell tour with the St. Louis Cardinals, it's coming on the grandest of stages.
PRATT - The No. 19 Barton Community College volleyball team swept Pratt on Tuesday to improve to 11-0 in the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference.
The Great Bend United FC, a youth soccer club team, has been competing in nine-and-under and 10-and-under tournaments over the last few months.
Barton Community College trustees will vote on renewing the college's contract with KanREN for Internet service, when they meet at 4 p.m. Thursday in the Seminar Room, F-30 of the Fine Arts Building. The $50,0660 quote is on the agenda because trustees must approve purchases over $50,000.
Great Bend Fire Department
Tickets are now available for purchase to the USD 428 Education Foundation dinner. The fund raiser is set for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 22 at the Highland Hotel. Tickets are $50 each, the same price as when the fund raiser started in 1989.
Friday, November 28
The Great Bend Middle School Panther boys played Larned Middle School Monday at Larned. All the teams won their games.
Children can experience the fun of Santa's Workshop, from 6-8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 1, at the Great Bend Municipal Auditorium.
Nothing gets the nostalgia pumping for the holidays like tunes inspired by the season. Area residents can easily get their fill through various holiday music events and performances by the Barton Community College Music Department.
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Great Bend Fire Department
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Dolores Burgardt of Great Bend was honored for three years of service; and Beverly Prescott of Larned was recognized for 11 years for their service as Senior Companions, helping adults in the area. Judi Welch of Larned was honored for four years of service as a Foster Grandparent volunteer serving children with special needs at the monthly in-service meeting held on November 19t.h
It will not shock readers to hear that quite often legislation on Capitol Hill is not as advertised. When Congress wants to do something particularly objectionable, they tend give it a fine-sounding name. The PATRIOT Act is perhaps the best-known example. The legislation had been drafted well before 9/11 but was going nowhere. Then the 9/11 attacks gave it a new lease on life. Politicians exploited the surge in patriotism following the attack to reintroduce the bill and call it the PATRIOT Act. To oppose it at that time was, by design, to seem unpatriotic.
Nothing is less important in Washington these days than how Barack Obama's executive order on immigration will affect millions of unauthorized immigrants. Obama has turned a population roughly equal to Alabama into taxpayers who can live in America without fear of deportation, and this town yawns. All anyone really wants to talk about is whether the Republicans will completely freak out or manage to hold it together long enough for the government to function.
Roosevelt Elementary School kindergarteners enjoyed an early Thanksgiving feast of soup and rolls Tuesday as they donned traditional Thanksgiving garb.
Great Bend Middle School wrestlers traveled to Salina on Saturday to test their skills against Salina Lakewood, Clay Center, and McPherson. The panther wrestlers won their first match up with Salina Lakewood 63-39.