Kenneth and Linda Bieker will celebrate their 50th anniversary with a reception from 2 to 4 p.m. on March 16 at St. John Catholic Parish Center, 122 E. 5th Street, in Hoisington. Hosts for the event will be their children.
Few wheat farmers are given an opportunity to shape the future of their industry by engaging in research, marketing and promotion efforts. The Kansas Wheat Commission, however, has an opportunity for wheat farmers to do just that.
Audrey Jo Sherman and Conner Richard Crumbliss were united in marriage on Oct. 20 at St.Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Great Bend in a double ring ceremony officiated by Father Reginald A. Urban. Parents of the couple are Don and Maxine Sherman and Jack and Jeri Crumbliss.
On a base of nearly 6,000 active-duty members, an Airman's story can get lost in the mix or doesn't usually make it past the walls of their own shop or unit. However, an inspiring story can be found in one of Dyess' smallest shops, about one of its newest Airmen.
Pat Carlson (Patricia Arlone Krinhop) will celebrate her 80th birthday on March 17 with a dinner in Abilene with family and close friends. Pat was born on March 17, 1933. She had been married to her husband Duane for 52 years. The couple has two sons, Mark and wife Laurie and Mike and wife Susan; and four granddaughters, Shanna, Alexandra, Nicole and Jordan.
Monica Hickmott, 44, left the VA Hospital in Temple, Texas, to spend the time she has left with her four children, new husband, dogs, and horses. She has been a patient since the first of January this year.
Linda Black, ElderCare, Inc. Food Service Supervisor, has passed the credentialing exam to become a Certified Dietary Manager/Certified Food Protection Professional (CDM/CFPP). In 2010 Black started the Dietary Manager Program on-line course with Barton Community College. Marsha Findley is the registered dietitian and instructor of the program for BCC.
This past Wednesday, the Barton County Farm Bureau held their annual Farm Safety Day at the College for area high school juniors and seniors. Hopefully, you have read the article in the March 7th edition of the Tribune. Anyone around farming or ranching understands the potential dangers inherent in the industry, but just how dangerous is it?
On March 2, the kid's in the Barton County 4H air rifle project traveled to Hays to compete in the Ellis County Air Rifle Match. There were 60 competitors from 15 counties entered in the air rifle match including the Barton County kid's.
International Women's Day is March 6 and is celebrated all through the weekend by many around the world. In the U.S., the day complements a month-long recognition of women through Women's History Month.
Longer days and warmer temperatures are a great sign that spring is just around the corner. There is still time to dust off those walking shoes and coordinate a Walk KS team. In its 12th year Walk KS has come to be recognized as a "Signature" program for K-State Research and Extension. Nearly 20,000 people across the state will be logging minutes exercised and keeping track of their vegetable and fruit consumption beginning March 17th.
KANSAS CITY- Three early runs were enough for the Royals to finish a sweep of their home-and-home Interleague series against the Brewers, as Ned Yost became the winningest manager in Royals history with a 3-2 victory on Thursday night at Kauffman Stadium.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN- Jackie Stiles, the legendary basketball and track and field star at Claflin High School during the 1990s, is among 12 individuals who will be inducted into the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) National High School Hall of Fame July 2 at the New Orleans Marriott in New Orleans, Louisiana. The 33rd Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will be the closing event of the 96th annual NFHS Summer Meeting.
June 19, 2015|
BRUCE HOWARD, Special to the Tribune
Rosewood Ranch was a happening place Saturday, June 13, as dozens of energetic children were involved in fun ranch activities. The children and their families participated in the fifth annual "Kids Day at the Ranch," presented by Rosewood Services.
There is a big problem with the prevailing liberal narrative that the phrase describing subsidy eligibility in Obamacare, "established by the state," could not possibly mean what it says. The problem is named Jonathan Gruber.
Political correctness is a contradiction of reality and distortion of morality that necessitates relentless government intervention devised by those who seek to control our lives. These self-appointed "Speech Sheriffs" warn us that words spoken outside the imaginary perimeters they've set are judgmental, negative, racist or intolerant.
Looking for something for the kids to do during the depth of summer vacation? Sign them up for the Kansas Wetlands Education Center summer programs held Thursdays in July, from July 2 through July 16 and summer day camps held June 26, July 10 and July 20, 22 and 24.
Since the 1960s, June Lockhart has been widely recognized as the practical and protective TV mom from "Lost in Space" and "Lassie." But her extensive career stretched beyond zany aliens and courageous canines. Her body of work includes some 200 stage, film, and TV roles – including two seasons on "Petticoat Junction" and numerous television guest-starring appearances since the 1950s. Westerns were among her favorites.