LARNED - An interactive comedy about the Catholic culture of fundraising and bingo will have audience members laughing and checking their cards, according to the creator of "Bible Bingo: An Act of Charity ... in Two Acts."
The name and location may have changed, but the mission of Great Bend's Central Baptist Church has remained the same for 125 years. This Saturday and Sunday, a month-long celebration of the church's quasquicentennial will culminate at the church, which has been located at Lakin and Harrison streets since 1964.
The Ugandan Orphans Choir will perform at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, April 22, at the First Assembly of God Church, 601 Patton Road. This group of 10 children ranging from 11 to 14 years old will perform traditional African songs and dances while raising awareness of the power of child sponsorship.
District Judge Hannelore Kitts announced Thursday afternoon that she will not seek re-election to her position as district court judge of the 20th Judicial District this year.
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Thursday, April 19
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Eric Berry has his own opinions about whether the Buffalo Bills were out to hurt him in last season's opener, when a deliberately low block resulted in a season-ending knee injury.
HAYS - Jeff Keenan of Great Bend High School shot 39 on the back nine and finished at 80 for seventh place during the Bob Blazer/Hays Invitational on Monday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Prince Fielder drove in two runs, Max Scherzer got his first win of the season and the Detroit Tigers beat the Kansas City Royals 4-3 Wednesday night.
JUNCTION CITY - In a non-conference baseball game played at a neutral site on Tuesday night, Barton Community College beat Salina's Brown Mackie College, 13-1.
LARNED - The Larned High School and Hoisington baseball teams split a doubleheader on Tuesday.
COLBY - The Barton Community College softball team was swept by Colby on Wednesday.
LAWRENCE - Kansas head football coach Charlie Weis has released the format for the 2012 KU spring game scheduled for Saturday, April 28.
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In the story that ran in Thursday's Great Bend Tribune about Kans for Kids Fighting Cancer Foundation receiving tax credits, there were two errors. First, Camp Aldrich was misspelled. Second, Kans for Kids was referred to as Kansas for Kids in the first paragraph. The Tribune regrets the errors.
Over the past several weeks we have seen a significant increase in illegal immigration, as thousands of unaccompanied minors pour across what seems an invisible southern border into the United States. The mass immigration has, as to be expected, put an enormous strain on local resources, and it has heated up the immigration debate in the US.
Recently, I wrote that summer is the time for stupid political stunts, and John Boehner should honor that tradition by making good on his vow to sue President Obama for alleged executive abuses. "Do it, Mr. Speaker," I urged. "Give us a laugh during silly season."