MANHATTAN (AP) - Just imagine what the conversations will be like in the Lockett household around Thanksgiving dinner if Tyler Lockett can pick up a few more yards and score a couple more touchdowns.
HOISINGTON - Ducks Unlimited will host a dinner at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 7 at the Knights of Columbus.
Sharon M. Dennis, 66, died Nov. 3, at her home in Great Bend. Born Oct. 5, 1948, in Eureka, she was the daughter of Oscar Logan and Doris Marie (Simmons) Evenson. On Dec. 17, 1967, she married E. C. Dennis in Towanda. A Great Bend resident since 1977, coming from Wichita, she was employed by CPI in Human Resources and was a teacher at Claflin and Carlton Junior High in Derby.
When the first sketch of the upcoming addition to Great Bend's Heartland Cancer Center (HCC) was finalized, it seemed to represent enough room to accommodate all patient and family needs.
The 2014-15 basketball season if officially off and running for the Barton Community College men's basketball team. With several new faces on the roster, the Cougars were able to get a good look at them with a pair of easy wins at the Best Western/Pizza Hut Classic at the Barton Gym over the weekend.
It just doesn't get more exciting. Not just overtime. Not just double overtime. But penalty kicks. In fact penalty kick overtime, so to speak.
It is always tough to end a season. It is even tougher when that conclusion comes by a single point. That was the case for the Barton Community College men's soccer team Sunday.
It wasn't the easiest way to tip off a season with a lot of new players – taking on the 11th ranked team in the country. But that was the task of the Barton Community College women's basketball team this weekend.
Gather round kiddies, because it's time for Uncle Will to regale you with the funny side of Ebola. Oh, yeah, there is one. Just need a trained professional to find it. Take the widespread fear and paranoia making people crazier than the trajectory of an arrow with a gelatin shaft. Okay. Not entirely side splitting. Well, how about the prospect of a global epidemic on the scale of two zombie apocalypses? No, you're right. Still less humorous than polio. Which never was a laugh riot.
Partisanship, for lack of a better word, is good. You won't find a more unexamined assumption in America today than a sneering contempt for partisanship. Yet partisanship persists, an evolutionary fact of life in our democracy because it is an ineffable expression of the American experiment. Partisanship isn't just what we do instead of shooting each other but how we express our moral values.
DODGE CITY – The Great Bend Middle School seventh and eighth grade girls basketball teams played in Dodge city this past weekend, racking several wins.
ELLINWOOD - Robert Leo Dannebohm, 79, died at his home among friends and family on November 2. Born in rural Ellinwood on July 5, 1935, he was the son of Stanley and Irene (Parker) Dannebohm.
MANHATTAN - Alexander Delane Hamblin, 26, passed away Nov. 1, at his residence. Born in Great Bend on April 7, 1988, he was the son of Debra (Horyna) Pratt and the late Everett Hamblin. He loved to write poetry and also had a passion for music. Alex would be outdoors fishing whenever he could.
"These aren't your grandmothers' quilts," has become an unofficial tagline for the Shafer Art Gallery's annual exhibit from the National Quilt Museum - and for good reason. The ornate designs and craftsmanship of the 18 quilts on display far exceed that of what most people likely think of when they hear the word "quilt."
The Barton Community College debate and forensics team's season is in full swing. The team earned awards at a tournament at Hutchinson Community College Nov. 1-2 and a two-part debate and forensics tournament at Tulsa Community College Nov. 14-16.
The Prairie Godmothers group's next event, a Match and Mingle Cocktail Party on Monday, Dec. 1, will give the nonprofit organization a jump start on the third annual Giving Tuesday.
HOISINGTON - The Kans for Kids Fighting Cancer Foundation is one of over 30 non-profits participating in Give Where You Live Giving Day. The Golden Belt Community Foundation will host its first-ever Giving Day on Tuesday, Dec. 2. This is an important one-day event to grow non-profit endowments exponentially.
Through the Michelin Soccer Program, Great Bend Recreation Commission has received more than $650 from G-B Tires and Michelin. Closing its 15th year, the Michelin Soccer Program has raised more than $18 million in funds for youth all across the country.
Christmas will be a little merrier for children who might not otherwise have a package to open this year, thanks to a local non-profit agency and a Great Bend business.
Two more photos from the Great Bend Noon Kiwanis 75th anniversary celebration.
The Barton Community College Board of Trustees will meet at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 25, in room F-30, on the lower level of the Fine Arts Building. Items on the agenda include reviewing and approving the 2013-14 audit. The college reports it has received a clean audit for the period.
Barton Community College will be closed for Thanksgiving break Wednesday, Nov. 26, through Friday, Nov. 28. The college will resume its regular schedule on Monday, Dec. 1.
Wednesday was National Philanthropy Day, and the United Way of Central Kansas took it very casually. The UWCK sponsored a Dress Down the Town benefit for raise funds for the 2015 campaign.
In just one week, millions of Americans will be on their way to the first of what will be many holiday festivities filled with family, friends and, perhaps the most sought-after companions, food.
Women are often said to be more emotional than men, and a new study shows why that may be.
NEW YORK CITY - When science and music come together, it can be a beautiful sight.
NEW YORK - Despite widespread availability of healthy school lunches, kids are saying "no" to more vegetables mandated by federal standards, a new study says.
War is hell, but that's not the message most players would get from playing combat games like "Call of Duty."