Dear Editor, There's a new dawning today with education in Kansas. People are going to have to come to the realization that the current way of funding education in Kansas isn't working. Drastic tuition hikes and the elimination of state funding is going to be a reality. The sooner you come to grips with it the better off you'll be. Things like free school lunches and spending tax money on non-education programs in schools such ...
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody? Obama vowed on Wednesday to fight next year for the passage of the just-rejected bill that gives U.S. citizenship to the children of illegal aliens. They must attend two years of college or serve in the U.S. military. The name of the bill is "No Juan Left Behind." Steven Spielberg was recruited by Nancy Pelosi to help re-brand House Democrats Friday after November's repudiation at the polls. ...
Last June, the Mexican government filed a brief in Arizona challenging the constitutionality of that state's proposed law that required police to check the immigration status of detainees, which, according to its Foreign Ministry, "violates inalienable human rights."
CINCINNATI (AP) - Carson Palmer threw four touchdown passes during a near-perfect performance in the swirling snow, ending the Chargers' run of four straight AFC West titles.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - Delone Carter expects Syracuse to leave a lasting impression on Kansas State in the Pinstripe Bowl, and he anticipates being a big part of the reason.
Duke is again a unanimous No. 1 in The Associated Press Top 25. The Blue Devils, who have been on top of the poll all season, received all the first-place votes from the 65-member nationwide media panel Monday. Duke's three-week run as a unanimous choice fell one vote short last week, when Ohio State received a first-place vote. Ohio State, Kansas, Connecticut, Syracuse, Pittsburgh, San Diego State and Villanova held second through eighth. Georgetown and ...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - His kids started "going crazy." His phone started ringing off the hook. Todd Haley knew good things must be happening in Cincinnati.
Great Bend Fire Department A trailer house at 210 Hubbard St. was destroyed in a fire Sunday evening, Great Bend Fire Chief Mike Napolitano reports. Firefighters responded to the fire at 5:15 p.m. and arrived to find a fully involved fire. All occupants were out of the house, which was owned by Willie Getman. "The structure was a total loss," Napolitano said. Investigators returned to the house Monday morning to attempt ...
LARNED - Ruby Carolina McKenna, 95, died Dec. 24 at South Wind Hospice, Pratt. She was born Nov. 13, 1915, in Fargo, Okla., the daughter of Robert and Adelia Buckbee McKenna. A resident of Larned since 1991, previously of Woodward, Okla., she was a homemaker.
ELLINWOOD – Lila L. Young, 84, died Dec. 25 at Woodhaven Care Center in Ellinwood. She was born March 16, 1926, at Vader, Wash., the daughter of Douglas H. and Alline Eaton Towers. She married Charles Norman Young Sept. 14, 1947, at Milton-Freewater, Ore. He died Dec. 29, 2000. A resident of Woodhaven, she was a retailer and homemaker.
Hoisington Municipal Court Docket Nov. 4 Johnny R. Espinosa, no drivers license, failed to appear Heidi M. Gill, driving while suspended, no proof insurance, speeding 29/20 Cierra Kaysea Ramsey, dog at large, fine $50, court costs $85 Chet D. Wheetham, drive while suspended, review Erin N. Rupp, no proof insurance, drive while suspended, journal entry Luke V. McConkey, battery domestic violence, 90 days jail, all but 5 ...
HOISINGTON - Gardeners of the Hoisington Community Garden will be meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 28 at 6:30 pm. in the back room of the Hoisington Pizza Hut. They will talk about how they will get started with the garden next spring. Food raised from this project will be given out to the people of our community that love to eat healthy garden vegetables. This project is endorsed by the Healthy Ministries Committee of the ...
Central Kansas Association for the Visually Impaired - at the Convent mon 12.27 Great Bend Optimist - noon at the Highland Hotel North Heritage Room Great Bend Rotary Club - noon at the Highland Hotel South Heritage Room tues 12.28 Noon Lions Club - noon at the Highland Hotel Downtown Development Inc. - 8 a.m. at the Chamber of Commerce Meeting Room wed 12.29 Kiwanis - noon at the Highland Hotel Heritage Room thurs 12.30 ...
The fifth-annual Great Bend Storm Special Olympics Turkey Bowl will kick off at 10 a.m. Friday at Great Bend High School's Memorial Stadium. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
It was the first time Scott Wood has competed in a body building event.
CHICAGO - Chicago Bulls superstar Derrick Rose is out indefinitely because of torn cartilage in his right knee that will require surgery, the team said Saturday.
OTTUMWA, Iowa - The Barton Community College men's basketball team improved to 7-3 on the season with a 91-86 win over Marshalltown on Saturday.
MANHATTAN - Bob Stoops ran away from the tub filled with ice water just about as quickly and effectively as the Sooners' Brennan Clay ran through the Kansas State defense on Saturday.
UNCASVILLE, Conn. - Chris Jones scored 15 points to lead No. 3 Louisville to a 71-57 victory over Fairfield on Saturday in the Hall of Fame Tipoff Tournament.
BATON ROUGE, La. - Les Miles loves calling Death Valley the place opponents' dreams go to die. The same might someday be said about Johnny Manziel's bid for a second Heisman Trophy.
No. 1 ALABAMA 49, CHATTANOOGA 0
LAWRENCE - Every time that Towson missed a shot, it seemed as if somebody from Kansas was there to corral the rebound, throw an outlet pass and start the Jayhawks on the fast break.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It was only a month ago that the San Diego Chargers were in the midst of the AFC West race, trying to keep pace with the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Peyton Manning vs. Tom Brady. Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots. All in front of a prime-time audience.
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Jeanetta M. Brownlee, obstruct legal process, fine $50, court costs $110
Helen Hickel, fail to yield, court costs $55.50
KOC to hold breakfast buffet