Beth Rein was nominated by her peers for the GBMS Employee of the Month for going the extra step with her students. Beth works very hard to get each student on track and keep them on track. She is known to work before and after school to help her students. Her job is extremely challenging, but she gives 110% every day.
John Albert Stang of Great Bend was named to the dean's list of distinguished students for the fall 2011 semester at Roanoke College. Stang is the son of Catherine and Patrick Stang.
By John Schlageck, Kansas Farm Bureau
Preceptor Pi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met March 6 at the home of Rosie Luthi, who also served as co-hostess. President Janis Link conducted the meeting
Marilyn Stevens has been named ResCare HomeCare employee of the month. Marilyn is in her first year of service for the clients of ResCare HomeCare. In her short time as a part of our team, she has proven herself to be a caring, dependable, and an extremely hard worker. Marilyn goes above and beyond to ensure her clients are safe, making them and their loved ones lives much easier. She puts them at ease and assists them with getting stronger and reaching their goals.
The matchmaking business has introduced us to the notion of 29 dimensions of compatibility. It's hardly a novel concept that men need to get in tune with their sensitive side. Years ago, they claimed that men are from Mars, women are from Venus and finding a suitable partner required a space module. Still, most men don't have time to fill out a 40-page questionnaire to find out why they live alone in a van down by the Arkansas River.
When it comes to a tax refund this year, think zero.
Good morning again. With the warm, windy days we have been having the past week or two I am sure everyone has gardening and yard work on the mind. Well I have a short to do list that you can consider for March.
Jesse Dimmick filed a lawsuit in Topeka, against Jared and Lindsay Rowley - whom he has been convicted of kidnapping in a notorious 2009 episode that resulted in his being shot by police.
PORTLAND, Ore. - Louisville coach Rick Pitino predicted it would be a low scoring game. He never anticipated such a struggle.
Republicans may have won the Senate and kept the House, but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is no inspiration, allowing President Obama to keep all of the leverage of shutting down government spending while the President wags the threatening finger of executive orders in McConnell's face.
Lydia Mato put her name in the record books Saturday at the NJCAA Cross Country National Championships. The Ghana native became the fifth Barton Community College women's cross country runner to earn an individual national champion honor and the first since 1995.
A good finish to a good season. The Barton Community College men's cross country capped off one of its better season recently by earning a 15th place effort at the NJCAA National Championship in Lubbock this past weekend.
This week's Chamber of Commerce Coffee will be hosted by Great Bend Floral & Gifts, LLC, 1913 Lakin, at 9:30 a.m., Thursday. Host will be Nancy Sundahl with greeters Connie Oetken and Amanda Hackerott. Coffee, refreshments and door prizes will be available.
What makes a marriage last? Some experts believe it's a number game, while others identify a handful of factors that may provide a wedded-bliss edge.
A Kansas State University psychological sciences professor is using twin studies to understand the nature versus nurture debate of the workplace: Do genetic factors or environmental factors influence employee proactivity?