Welcome to another edition of the Marsh Musings. You know, I have never been much of a superstitious person. I don't swerve dramatically when a black cat crosses my path or tackle someone to save them from walking under a ladder. I have even stepped on cracks and my mom seems to be walking just fine. For some reason though, I have always trusted the predictions of Punxsutawney Phil, the all-knowing groundhog. Even as a kid, I was amazed at how a groundhog could tell a shift in seasons by simply seeing his shadow. As it turns out, he ...
NCAA Tournament games
Activities March 19-24
LARNED - Three productions down, one to go.
By Jon H. Flint
Congressman to visit
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - For anyone familiar with Colorado basketball, the scene was hard to believe.
PITTSBURGH - Ohio State used its size advantage to handle Loyola, Md., dominating the Greyhounds the way a No. 2 seed is expected to handle a 15 seed.
PORTLAND, Ore. - After a four-year absence, Indiana is making its NCAA tournament return last longer than just one brief appearance.
Ah, the St. Patrick's season is upon us.
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?
Sheriff's deputies arrested novelist Nancy Mancuso Gelber, 53, in Bryan, Texas, after she had allegedly arranged a hit on her husband.
PITTSBURGH - Frank Martin watched freshman point guard Angel Rodriguez flub his way through the first half against Southern Miss on Thursday and tried to keep his sanity.
Albert Einstein was right; time is relative. He was not talking about relatives coming for a visit that seems to last forever. Instead, he said that as an object increases in speed, time slows down.
Booked Jan. 12
Leadership Golden Belt is now accepting grant applications to attend Kansas Leadership Center's "You. Lead. Now." and "Teaching Leadership" conferences, in Wichita. Interested parties may attend as an individual or with a group. Awarded grants will be used to cover the conference registration fee and $50 per diem lodging reimbursement with a two day maximum.
It was a good old fashion Jayhawk West heavyweight fight – a good atmosphere in a loud building that came down to the wire.
Sometimes it is as simple as putting the ball in the basket. A lot of different factors weigh into a team's ability to win a basketball game but it can also be as simple as if a team can't make a basket it can't score and it can't win.
The first meet of the season is always a bit of a nervous time. Just seeing how each individual reacts to finally getting on the track and field and performing. That was the case for the Barton Community College men's track and field team as it opened up its indoor season at the Air Force Collegiate Open in Colorado Springs.
Coming off a very good cross country season it was no surprise the distance runners paced the Barton Community College women's team to open the 2015 Indoor track season.
The terrorist massacre in Paris was a fundamental assault on freedom of expression. Everyone who thinks freely, writes freely, draws freely, and snarks freely knows what it was about.
A funny thing happened on the way to a news story: ABC and NBC were again distracted by friendly noise from fellow leftwing travelers.
On Dec. 6, Relay for Life of Barton County's Team Hope held a Winter Wonderland Pageant at the Elk's Lodge in Great Bend. There were 25 girls and 1 boy competing from the Central Kansas Glamour Kids.
This week's Chamber of Commerce Coffee will be hosted by A440 Music, 1207 Main Street, at 9:30 a.m., Thursday. Host will be Brian Ewing with greeters Cindy Parr and Candice Moeder. Coffee, refreshments and door prizes will be available.
Gloria Hernandez's name is becoming synonymous with vegetarian cooking in Great Bend. After teaching classes at the Parent Resource Center and also the Great Bend Recreation Center she now is offering a one-day vegan vegetarian cooking class from 1-6 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 25, at the Great Bend Seventh-day Adventist Church, 1 mile west of 10th and Patton in Great Bend.