The final tally for the Barton Community College Foundation's 33rd Annual Big Benefit Auction is in at just over $75,000, which far exceeds the Foundation's initial goal of $45,000.
Some customers have an idea of what they want, while others don't quite know which direction to go. In either situation, Dana Peterson can help.
Pastor Loyce Clay will be giving out commodities from 5-6 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 12, at the Social and Rehabilitation Services building, 1305 Patton Road. The U.S. Department of Agriculture provides food distribution to low-income families.
First prize will be $1,500 if more than 250 poker players sign up for the next Sunflower Diversified Services Texas Hold 'Em tournament. The event is set for Sunday, Sept. 18, in the Heritage Room at the Highland Hotel, 3017 10th, Great Bend.
During the month of September Presbyterian Women are selling fresh Schermer pecans from Georgia. In addition to the 16 oz. packages of pecan halves and medium pieces, there are three 12 oz. specialty packages: chocolate covered pecans, cinnamon glazed pecans, and new this year, are the chocolate caramel clusters. The specialty pecans come packaged in decorative bags all ready for gift giving.
St. Michael Catholic Parish of La Crosse will celebrate its centennial on Sept.18. The parish extends an invitation and welcome to all to join in this celebration.
C&V Home Improvement of Great Bend has hired Sarah Flipse's for customer relations and sales.
HOISINGTON -The Hoisington Swinging Stars will host a square dance at 7:30 p.m. onTuesday, Sept 13 at the Jazzercize Hall, 1409 Main St, Great Bend. The caller will be Karen McGown of Colb.
Welcome to the 6th edition of Marsh Musings. Today we are going to write about a common, yet often overlooked bird found around Cheyenne Bottoms and surrounding farmlands. Cattle egrets are very plentiful around Kansas, but we often take things in our own backyard for granted, including having the largest inland wetland in the U.S. right here in Barton County. This edition is dedicated to the many animals we overlook everyday.
HOISINGTON - HMS Volleyball got off to a great start on Tuesday when they traveled to Hays and faced Hays Kennedy, Dodge City Sacred Heart and Larned in a Quad on the campus of Hays High School. After too weeks of practice the Lady Cards came away with a slew of victories. The A team and B team both finished with 3-0 records accentuated by some fantastic serving. The C team fought hard and finished with a 1-2 record by defeating Larned and falling to Hays Kennedy and Dodge City. According to Coach Joe Cotten," The girls competed very well for ...
The Barton County Association of Retired School Personnel met at the Club at Stone Ridge on Friday, Sept. 2, at 11:30 a.m. President Rose Kelly called the meeting to order and welcomed four guests, Leonard Gales, Toni Rice, Carol Lanich and Scott Gregory. A total of 48 members were present. Kelly led the flag salute and Becky Dudrey gave the invocation. The minutes of the May 6, 2011, meeting were approved as printed and the treasurer's report was approved as read. Dues of $20 for 2012 are now payable to treasurer Danelda St. Aubyn.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) - As far as Aaron Rodgers is concerned, that should just about silence any further questions about why the Green Bay Packers didn't work out as a team during the lockout.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Indianapolis Colts thought they'd suffered a big blow when they ruled their four-time MVP quarterback out for the season opener. Now they may have lost Peyton Manning for the entire season.
"Science does not trump the testimony of individuals," said Detroit prosecutor Marilyn Eisenbraun, explaining her office's decision to disregard DNA evidence that the University of Michigan's Innocence Clinic said exonerates Karl Vinson, 56, who has spent 25 years in prison for rape.
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?
Time is running out to help our youth learn the basics of rock and roll. Organizers of the second-annual Great Bend Rocks Band Camp are selling chances for a drawing to win prizes donated local businesses.
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HUTCHINSON - Susan Marie Harms, 56, died Dec. 18 at her home in Hutchinson. Born Feb. 14, 1958, in McPherson, she was the daughter of Gustaf and Naomi Scheikofsky Nelson. She was a graduate of McPherson High School. On July 8, 1988, she married Robert Harms. He survives. She was a resident of Hutchinson the last 23 years.
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Mabel E. Hiss, 91, died Dec. 18 at Great Bend Regional Hospital. Born April 9, 1923, in Great Bend, she was the daughter of August H. and Anna (Gagelman) Werhahn. On Oct. 29, 1944, she married her high school sweetheart, John R. Hiss. He died on Aug. 4, 2005. A lifetime Great Bend resident, she was a homemaker and also worked at the Great Bend Tribune during World War II. She attended Washburn University.
Can Elizabeth Warren, the progressive senator from Massachusetts, wrest the Democratic presidential nomination from Hillary Clinton? Moreover, could she somehow leap an even higher hurdle and succeed Barack Obama?
We often find fault with things in the sporting world. Goodness knows one doesn't have to look hard.
The 2016 presidential campaign has barely started, and I'm already bored.
First Baptist Church at 1600 19th St., Great Bend, will hold its annual Christmas Eve program at 7 p.m. on Dec. 24. The theme for the program is, "A Birth of a Song!" The public is invited.
Great Bend Fire Department
KANSAS CITY, Kan. – A California man was indicted Thursday on a federal charge of transporting approximately 26 pounds of methamphetamine hidden in a spare tire, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said.
While the recent razing of the ASB Building on Broadway was obvious to any passerby, the extreme makeover next door won't be apparent for a few months yet.
Shortly after Joey Cregger's first birthday, his doctor referred him to Sunflower Diversified's Early Education Center. By age 3, he had met developmental milestones and no longer needs special education services.