Philanthropy is entering the 21st Century.
Greg Bauer, attorney with Bauer Pike & Johnson Chtd., was recognized for serving six years on the Board of Directors of ElderCare, Inc. Bauer served as Board president for from 2010 to 2012. Janet Splitter, Executive Director of ElderCare, Inc. presented Bauer a plaque in appreciation of his leadership and counsel guiding the service to older adults. Current members of the Board include: Julie Knoblich, Bernie Jamieson, Barbara Shirk, Larry Collins, Richard VonFeldt, Terry Conard and Robin Fabricius.
COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin watched Johnny Manziel turn in another strong performance, and then went to work campaigning for his redshirt freshman quarterback to win the Heisman Trophy.
LOS ANGELES - The Fighting Irish punched their ticket to Miami.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - AJ McCarron passed for four touchdowns and Eddie Lacy rushed for 131 yards and two scores in the most lopsided Iron Bowl in 64 years.
PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas - Luke Hancock scored 19 points and Russ Smith had 18 points and six steals and No. 2 Louisville looked more like itself with an 84-61 victory over No. 13 Missouri in the semifinals of the Battle 4 Atlantis.
NEW YORK - Tim Hardaway Jr. brought the ball up the court, then dribbled between his legs and headed to the left. Then he flashed back to his right, rose up and knocked down a midrange jumper.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Hector "Macho" Camacho was a brash fighter with a mean jab and an aggressive style, launching himself furiously against some of the biggest names in boxing. And his bad-boy persona was not entirely an act, with a history of legal scrapes that began in his teens and continued throughout his life.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long wasted little time in bringing the John L. Smith era to a close.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Jarvis Landry made a spectacular one-handed touchdown catch and No. 8 LSU kept its BCS hopes alive with a 20-13 win over Arkansas on Friday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The courtship of Peyton Manning ended early for the Kansas City Chiefs.
ELLINWOOD - There are new books at the Ellinwood School/Community Library. They are:
Our marsh got a sip of water this past week. There was enough rain to put some sheet water in a few spots in the Bottoms and the magic began! Overnight a group of pelicans appeared. Ducks, geese and cranes are suddenly present in significant numbers.
On Tuesday the Great Bend Panthers traveled to Garden City for a triangular meet with Garden City and Holcomb. The Great Bend girls won the competition by rolling a team series of 2223 and earned six of the possible 11 points. The girls were led in scoring by sophomore Allie Brodrick's 577 series which earned her a 3rd place medal in the contest. Other Lady Panthers who rolled big games include: senior Addie Soukup's 238 game and sophomore McKenzy Black's games of 194 and 201. Four Lady Panthers rolled series of 500 or better including: Allie Brodrick ...
The task was a big one indeed. Traveling to face the top ranked team in the nation on its home court. It was a task that proved too tall for the Barton Community College women to accomplish.
Just guessing here, but I imagine forecasters at the Weather Channel are embarrassed about having to give winter storms names like "Juno," "Kari" and "Linus." Juno is what they called the almost-big one that hit the Northeast in late January. My radar says marketing gurus, not meteorologists, are behind this nonsense.
The full-court press is on from every organ of enlightened liberal opinion: the Supreme Court must not decide this term's big Obamacare case, King v. Burwell, on the actual legal merits, which are a slam-dunk for the plaintiffs. Instead, supporters of the government want the case decided on the consequences of the Court stopping the flow of illegal subsidies. And they want to ignore the fact that stopping the subsidies will actually free millions of people in opt-out states from the individual and employer mandates. They only want to talk about people who would lose subsidies.
The scheduled program at the Senior Center, 2005 Kansas Ave., titled, "Money Habitudes" at 1:00 p.m. today has been cancelled. It will still be held from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday at the Great Bend Activity Center, 2715 18th. For more information call the Recreation Commission office at 793-3755 ext. 2 or e-mail email@example.com.