LARNED - Carl P. DeCoudres, 91, died April 26 at his home in Larned. He was born Dec. 29, 1921, at Fort Scott, to Louis W. and Madge Ethel Clayton DeCoudres. A resident of Larned since 1951, he was a retired welder. He was a member of the Church of the Nazarene, Larned. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II, with the 511th Parachute Infantry, and received a Purple Heart. On ...
WILSON – Volunteers working on behalf of Bushton, joined others in the state to accept community development awards at the Kansas PRIDE Program's 2013 Day of PRIDE.
WICHITA - Larry Eugene Banks, 73, died April 25 at Meridian Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Wichita. He was born Dec. 22, 1939, at Lyons, the son of William F. and Esther Mae Lineback Banks. He graduated from Ellinwood High School in 1955. He married Lou Bowling. They later divorced. A Wichita resident, he formerly lived in Garland, Texas, Ellinwood, Beaufort, S.C., and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
A Great Bend High School graduate who had lived out-of-state and worked for a large corporation decided it was time for a change. That change will result in a new Main Street business that will complement its downtown neighbors.
NEW YORK - This one isn't a hoax. Manti Te'o is headed to San Diego. The Notre Dame All-America linebacker was chosen sixth in the second round of the NFL draft by the San Diego Chargers, drawing a loud roar from the fans at Radio City Music Hall. Te'o, who led the Fighting Irish to the national championship game, was projected as a first-rounder last year. But his poor performance in a rout at the ...
Patty Degner-Keenan is stepping away from some official duties at St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center. But there is no way she is turning her back on the health-care facility she has served for decades.
FORT DAVIS, Texas - Charles Bruce Colvin, 69, died April 23 at Lubbock, Texas. He was born July 10, 1943, at Great Bend, the son of William Bear and Norma Lee Harold Colvin. His stepfather was W.M. Colvin.
HUTCHINSON - Victor W. Krebaum, 75, died April 25. He was born Sept. 11, 1937, at Great Bend, the son of Raymond A. and Mable M. Ward Krebaum. He graduated from Great Bend High School, and attended Hutchinson Community College and the University of Kansas. On Dec. 20, 1959, he married Reita Jane Krey, living in Houston and Ft. Worth, Texas, before returning to Kansas in 1962. Following his marriage, he began a successful career ...
Friday, April 26 3:02 a.m. - An arrest warrant was issued at College and 10th Thursday, April 25 12:19 a.m. - An animal control officer responded to the 500 block of W. 8th 11:12 a.m. - A welfare check was performed in the 1700 block of State 11:27 a.m. - Suspicious activity was reported in the 100 block of E. 16th 1:01 p.m. - A battery was reported in the 1000 block of Kansas 6:50 ...
Stutzmans Greenhouse announced this week the hiring of Keith Riggs as garden center manager for its location in Great Bend.
HOISINGTON - Flowers ordered from a Lincoln Elementary School student will be ready for pick-up from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 4 at Lincoln Elementary School.
Ellinwood Municipal Court Docket - April 9 Ryan Hamby, driving while suspended, fine $500, court costs $55.50 Audrey Lunsford, speeding 43/30, fine $48, court costs $55.50 Christopher Whiting, driving while suspended, pled not guilty Tony Erskine, inattentive driving, failed to appear Christopher Budig, speeding 46/35, fine $75, court costs $55.50 Raymond Funk, speeding 46/30, fine $66, court costs $55.50 Alicia Dannebohm, no insurance, pled not guilty Jeremy Hands, no insurance, failed to appear Ryan Hamby, ...
Kansas First District Congressman Tim Huelskamp announced that he will host three town hall meetings during the first week of May. Huelskamp has already conducted twenty-six town hall meetings across the state this year, and will host a town hall in each one of the sixty-three counties he represents.
You do realize that Washington, D.C. is not the real world, don't you? It's a state of mind. An altered state of mind. Where you're damned if you do and damned if you don't. Slammed when you stand and rammed when you run. Berated if you lie and lambasted for the truth. Where even the slightest of breeze can carry the pollen of disaster. And the pack on top knows the best way to avoid ...
Okay, you all know the tune to "Do You Know The Way To San Jose," so sing along with me. Do you know the way to Tallahassee? You can also substitute Lexington or Chapel Hill as the destination. A funny thing happened on the way to those places Tuesday. Andrew Wiggins took a left turn on the experts and declared his song would sing, "I Know The Way To Lawrence."
NEW YORK - Raul Ibanez again treated Yankee Stadium as his personal playground, hitting a grand slam and two-run homer Wednesday night to help the Seattle Mariners rout New York 12-2.
HUGOTON - The Larned High School Indians had their season close in a Class 4A regional baseball tournament on Wednesday afternoon.
ULYSSES - Things just wouldn't go right at the plate for the Hoisington High School softball team on Wednesday afternoon.
MIAMI (AP) - A fast start and faster finish were enough to send the Miami Heat back to the Eastern Conference finals.
ODIN - Mathias "Matt" Boor, 94, died May 15, 2013 at Great Bend Health and Rehabilitation Center.
ROCKPORT, Texas - Ralph Marion Winkelman, 94, died on May 9. He was born on Feb. 27, 1919. In 1938, he graduated from Chase High School. He entered the United States Army during World War II and served with the 13th Airborne Division in France, Belgium, Ireland and Scotland. After the war he worked for Kaw Pipeline in Kansas and in 1963, transferred to Houston and worked for the pipeline division of Texaco.
Barton Community College freshman Aaron Gile was recently named to the All-Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Western Division honorable mention baseball team.
CHICAGO - LeBron James and the Miami Heat didn't even give the Chicago Bulls room to breathe, practically squeezing the playoff life out of them to take a commanding lead in their Eastern Conference semifinal.
INDIANAPOLIS - George Hill scored 26 points and Paul George had 18 points, 14 rebounds and seven assists, leading the Indiana Pacers past the New York Knicks, 93-82 and to within one win of their first conference finals appearance since 2004.
Wow. Talk about a cheap trick.