NEW YORK (AP) - The NFL can't be upset with so many upsets in the playoffs.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) - Bitterness and nastiness have been replaced by praise and compliments.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Two members of the Monsters of the Midway defense from Chicago's famed championship team are reuniting in Minnesota.
PITTSBURGH (AP) - One is loud. One isn't. One speaks his mind. One doesn't. One has a Super Bowl title as a head coach. The other's still in search of one. But don't tell Pittsburgh's Mike Tomlin that he's not like New York's Rex Ryan. The Steelers coach actually thinks there are similarities between the two.
A Phoenix convenience store robber escaped with the money, but like many others, inadvertently stuck his face directly in front of the surveillance camera.
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?
WACO, Texas (AP) - Twin brothers Markieff and Marcus Morris powered second-ranked Kansas to a big early lead and the Jayhawks stayed unbeaten with a 85-65 victory Monday night that ended Baylor's 15-game home winning streak.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Don't believe Brett Favre is finally done?
No. 5 Pittsburgh 74,
The last time Thad Matta's Ohio State Buckeyes topped The Associated Press Top 25, they reached the national championship game.
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - Pay no attention to the glove Phil Pressey wears on his shooting hand to protect a broken ring finger. The Missouri freshman guard certainly doesn't.
STERLING –Sterling College Theatre Department present two performances of "Ming Lee and the Magic Tree" on Wednesday at the college's Culbertson Auditorium.
The Barton County Spelling Bee, originally scheduled for the morning of Feb. 12 at the Great Bend High School Auditorium, has been rescheduled to Feb. 5. Sponsors said the date was changed because there was a conflict with the use of the auditorium.
Senior Citizens are invited to enjoy an afternoon of socializing and eating ice cream at 3 p.m. Thursday at the Great Bend Senior Center, 2005 Kansas Ave. The Senior Center will provide ice cream and cookies.
A new study has underscored just how little is known about the health consequences of the natural gas boom that began a decade ago, when advances in high-volume hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, and directional drilling allowed companies to tap shale deposits across the United States.
The Kory Brunson Band presented a concert to benefit Kans for Kids Fighting Cancer Foundation on Friday evening, March 7 at the Crest Theater. Brunson, a native of Great Bend now living in Thornton, Colo., made the trip home to donate his time and talent to the local organization that provides assistance to families in Barton County living with cancer.
RUSSELL - The Deines Cultural Center's monthly Pickin' Jam Session starts at 3:30 p.m. today. Music lovers are invited to bring an acoustic instrument and join in, or just come and enjoy listening to others play.
The framed picture that was delivered to Kansas lawmakers displayed a brief message. It was:
The Great Bend Recreation Commission will host a free Stop 'N Learn Session titled "Good Old Baseball Stories" from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 26, at the Great Bend Activity Center, 2715 18th St. Presenter John Miarandi played one year for the great Satchel Paige. Miarandi had the opportunity to meet some of the great baseball players of the past.
Kansas Wetlands Education Center Educator Jean Aycok will present "Stories in the Stars" at the next Great Bend Recreation Center Stop 'N Learn. The free one-hour program will be given at noon on Wednesday, March 19, at the Great Bend Activity Center, 2715 18th St., and repeated at 1 p.m. Friday, March 21, at the Senior Center, 2005 Kansas Ave.
The 2014 Kans for Kids Radiothon, presented by Comfort Pro of Great Bend, was hosted by Eagle Radio on Friday, March 7.
Area residents will have a chance to get up close and personal with some of the finest artwork in the state at the Shafer Art Gallery's "Smoky Hills Public Television Signature Auction Preview Exhibit," opening Sunday, March 16, with a public reception from 1-3 p.m. at Barton Community College.
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CAIRO – Confrontation deepened Sunday between Libya's weak central government and a rebel militia that has launched a brazen bid to sell crude oil and seize the profits for itself.
Did you ever think you'd see the day when decrying low-income kids who get free school lunches would become a political battle cry, coupled with the suggestion that parents who sign up their kids for free lunches love them less than parents who send their children to school with brown bagged baloney sandwiches?
There's a reason why the U.S. Senate has long been nicknamed the Cave of Winds. Typically, its denizens are all talk, no action.
Congressman Tim Huelskamp announced today that entries are now being accepted for the 2014 Congressional Arts Competition. All high school students in the First Congressional District are encouraged to participate in this competition. The winning artwork will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol for one year.
WASHINGTON – The Environmental Protection Agency issued final rules Monday to slash the amount of sulfur in gasoline, which would help cut smog-causing pollution from autos and bring the rest of the country's fuel supply in line with California's standards.