Great Bend Regional Hospital has added the expertise of general surgeon Dr. Gary Wilson to its medical staff. Dr. Wilson began his service with GBRH at the end of March.
Mina McGinnis understands that it is never a favorite topic among families but she also realizes that it is one that must be discussed at some point.
Great Bend High School will host a national qualifying speech tournament, April 20-21. Volunteers are needed to serve as judges for the tournament.
Robert J. "Bob" McClary, 78, died April 4 at The Life Care Center of Wichita. Born Aug. 2, 1933, in El Dorado, he was the son of John F. and Maudyne (Brown) McClary. He married Patsy G. Barnett on Jan. 22, 1956, in Great Bend. A longtime Great Bend resident, he worked in many areas of the oilfield service industry, and was owner and operator of McClary Tank Service and Action Carpet Cleaning.
If you liked "The Hunger Games", you might like these new young adult novels with futuristic and dystopian themes.
CLAFLIN - Last month, Claflin EMS personnel were dispatched for a fall victim, a bleeding problem, a diabetic problem, a possible overdose, a standby for the sheriff's office, and a difficulty breathing call.
Editor's note: Morgan Ward is a senior at Hoisington High School.
It will be one of those days that most people never expected to see.
Band students from Great Bend High School will present their contest solos and small ensemble selections at 7 p.m. on Monday in the GBHS Band Room. Soloists include: Peter Marston, Sarahi Prieto, Desiree Workman, Kelci Kearns and Taylor Fry, flute; Anna Frizell and Kaitlynn Tuey, clarinet; Stu Hogg and Colton Lagerman, alto sax; Taylor Lampe, Gatlin Reed and Estella Schumacher, trumpet; and Luke Abbott, euphonium. Also performing will be the Freshman Woodwind Ensemble (Desiree Workman, Kit Barnes, Taylor Dougherty, Karah Stewart), Varsity Mixed Brass Trio (Gatlin Reed, Elena Lewis, David Harris), Low Brass Quartet (Kiralynn Bunn, Michelle Rooney, Logan ...
GREAT BEND - Bonnie M. Mooer, 86, died April 4, 2012 at Great Bend Regional Hospital.
Thursday, April 5
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March Fines & Convictions
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas put football coach Bobby Petrino on paid leave Thursday after he failed to disclose he had been riding with a female employee half his age when his motorcycle skidded off the road over the weekend.
Maybe the NFL schedule makers did the Baltimore Ravens a big favor.
The Great Bend High School Booster Club will have a tailgate party prior to Friday night's football game.
SALINA - The Great Bend Middle School eighth-grade football team opened up their season with a 20-0 win for the 'A' team.
DODGE CITY - The Great Bend High School volleyball team improved to 2-3 on the season after going 2-1 at the Dodge City quadrangular on Tuesday.
Herman Boyd "Sonny" Crockett was born to Herman Delbert and Lois Maurice (King) Crockett in Morton, Texas on Dec. 15, 1940. He died on Monday, Sept. 8, in Woodward, Okla.
Upper-income folks have experienced rich economic recovery, while low- and mid-income families continue to lag, and consumer confidence is weak, according to recent reports that highlight a post-recession widening gap in the way differently situated households have fared.
Here we go again. Yet another report has been circulating recently that claims it costs a quarter of a million dollars to raise a child to age 18. And this, the report ominously warns, does not even count the crushing cost of college!
A new app released by the American Red Cross Tuesday will put "the power to save lives in the palm of your hand," said Kimberly Houk, spokeswoman for the Red Cross.
This summer we returned to my mom's hometown in the Northwest. One afternoon we stopped by good old Crown Park, a place my mom took me to play when I was a child.
A project that improved 19 miles of K-23 north of Hoxie will be open to traffic within the next two weeks.
September is a grand month for traditions. Fresh pencils and tablets for the upcoming school year. The approach of fall as evidenced by the turning of the leaves. International Talk Like a Pirate Day on the 19th. The official start to the NFL season with the filing of the first domestic abuse charge.
Forty years ago many Americans celebrated the demise of the imperial presidency with the resignation of Richard Nixon. Today, it is clear they celebrated too soon. Nixon's view of presidential powers, summed up in his infamous statement that, "when the president does it that means it is not illegal," is embraced by the majority of the political class. In fact, the last two presidents have abused their power in ways that would have made Nixon blush.
Fall Square Dance lessons will start on Sept. 28, and run through Nov. 23, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Sunday afternoons at the First Presbyterian Church. Singles and couples of all ages are welcome. The Hoisington Swinging Stars Square Dance Club will sponsor the lessons. Cost for the lessons are $25 per person which includes refreshments. There will be nine sessions with three different callers to prepare dancers to feel comfortable with different types of callers when they attend dances. Contact Virginia Klepper at 620-792-6068 for reservations and for more information.
Prairie Land Food is a program for families to stretch their food dollars. One pay $29 For a box of fresh food worth $35 to $40, plus two hours of volunteer time.