Sandra J. Boyce, 78, passed away on Sept. 10, 2015, at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita. Born on Sept. 27, 1936, at Bar Harbor, Maine she was the daughter of Walter and Ethel (Reynolds) Dwelley. She graduated from Westbrook High School in Westbrook, Maine and later attended Nursing College in New Hampshire for two years. On Oct. 25, 1978, she was united in marriage to James L. "Jim" Boyce at Swan Valley, Idaho. He died on Jan. 16, 2012. The couple lived in Whittier, Calif. and Idaho Falls, Idaho for many years prior to moving to Great Bend in 1998 ...
HUTCHINSON – It was a dominate day for the Barton Community College women's cross country team. Not only did superstar Lydia Mato win the Terry Masterson Classic in Hutchinson, her teammate Asha Douglas came in right behind her for a 1-2 finish.
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MIKE MARZOLF, Special to the Tribune
CLEVELAND- Carlos Carrasco turned in a strong performance, Lonnie Chisenhall drove in three runs and the Indians continued to stay in the American League Wild Card hunt with an 8-3 victory over the Royals on Monday night at Progressive Field.
September 15, 2015|
Bill Snyder Family Stadium will be filled with the sound of music from Kansas State University's annual Band Day performance Saturday, Sept. 19, at halftime of the Wildcats' football game against Louisiana Tech.
If you believe in inalienable rights, they apply to all people-even those you don't like or agree with. So stop pretending wanting to deny other people their rights is God's glory. There's no honor in refusing fellow Americans their Constitutional right to personal freedoms.
Leo LeRoy Herrman Sr., 72, died Sept. 13, 2015, at Great Bend Regional Hospital. Born May 16, 1943, in Great Bend, he was the son of Wendelin and Dorothy (Herl) Herrman. On Dec. 18, 1987, he married Ramey Smith in Great Bend. A lifetime resident of Great Bend, he was a policeman for the Great Bend Police Department and then was maintenance supervisor for Great Bend Health and Rehabilitation Center and Woodhaven Care Center in Ellinwood.
WICHITA - Mary Lou (Bauer) Martin died Sept. 8, 2015. Born July 22, 1938, she was the daughter of Chester E. and Naomi Anderson Bauer. She grew up in Hudson graduating from Hudson High School in 1956. She was a loving wife and mother, beloved friend of many, a musician, and an artist. She earned her Bachelor of Music degree in organ performance and music education in 1960 from Southwestern College in Winfield, and a Master of Music degree in 1962 from Northwestern University. She was an organist and choir director at several churches, and directed many children's musicals in ...