Barton Community College will present a student recital of instrumental and vocal performances at 2 p.m. on Sunday in the Dorothy Moses Morrison Chapel, located in BCC's Fine Arts Building, F-157.
HOISINGTON - Clara R. Steiner, 95, died October 26, 2011 at Cherry Village Nursing Home, Great Bend.
MANHATTAN (AP) - Many expected dramatic improvement from Kansas State's defense this season. Hopes were not nearly so high for the offensive line.
Facing the possibility of a letdown due to wrapping up the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference West Division title on Monday, the Barton volleyball team took care of business on Wednesday at Kirkman Activity Center by sweeping Seward County, 25-19, 25-17 and 25-20.
GREAT BEND - Jesus L. Torrez, 85, died Oct. 25, 2011 at the Hays Medical Center.
DALLAS, Texas - David Allen Brungardt, 53, of Dallas, Texas, passed away October 20, 2011.
GREAT BEND - Paul M. Maier, 68, died October 26, 2011 at Pinnacle Park in Salina.
SCOTT CITY - William L. "Bill" Dryer, 74, passed away as the result of a heart attack at Cedar Bluff Reservoir in Trego County Monday, Oct. 24, 2011.
The Kiwanis Halloween Kids Parade will begin 11 a.m. Saturday at the Band Shell on the courthouse square, not at the corner of 18th and Main as previously reported. Awards for best costumes awarded at the band stand after the parade. Pictures will be provided by Walgreen's taken from 1-4 p.m. at Walgreen's, not at the square.
On Halloween, the residents of the Great Bend High Rise, 1101 Kansas, will welcome trick-or-treaters from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Signs will be posted where youngsters should enter. For more information, call 620-617-1010.
GREAT BEND -- Sister Markita Haefling, 79, died Oct. 24, in the Dominican Sisters' convent infirmary in Great Bend. Born Dec. 16, 1931, in Strong City, as Kathryn Haefling, Sister Markita was the daughter of the late Marion and Mary Anne Beumer Haefling. She entered the Dominican Sisters' Community in Great Bend on Sept. 18, 1949, and pronounced her first vows on June 7, 1952. She celebrated fifty years of religious profession in 2002. Sister Markita was a teacher in elementary and secondary schools of Kansas, Oklahoma, and Colorado from 1952 – 1993. In 1995 she began ministry in Mercy Housing in ...
LARNED – Carl Dean Immenschuh, 70, died Oct. 22, 2011 at Promise Regional Hospital, in Hutchinson, of asbestos related lung cancer. Born April 18, 1941, at the family home in Fellsburg, he was the son of Edward and Bernice Ingraham Immenschuh. He attended the University of California-Riverside. On June 3, 1961, he married Vallene Oetken at Peace Lutheran Church in Albert. She survives. Carl and Vallene started Pelican Photographics, The Pelican Press and the Kinsley Graphic.
Great Bend's Custom Re-Bath is a proven top performer on a national scale. Three years running it has earned the Platinum Franchise Award from its corporate office. Among small market franchise stores across the country, it was one of only three selected this year for the prestigious award.
The Barton County Sheriff's Office and local law enforcement are seeking the public's assistance in the location and apprehension of Justin E Peterson. Peterson skipped bond in June, when he failed to appear in the Barton County District Court. Several other warrants have been issued for his arrest. Peterson was out on bond stemming from drug related and other charges. He has a history of violent crime and weapons violations. Peterson is a white male, 27 years of age, six feet tall, 200 pounds, brown hair and blue eyes. Peterson also has numerous tattoos. Mugshots are available on ...
Northwest Kansas communities are gaining a new resource whose focus will be on training and supporting people as they work for the common good in those communities. And when good is happening, it can be catching.
A giant Manhattan penthouse and a summer home in the Hamptons. That was all. There was nothing Sabrina could do but plop onto her designer couch and cry.
Last week the US House voted overwhelmingly in favor of an anti-Russia resolution so full of war propaganda that it rivals the rhetoric from chilliest era of the Cold War. Ironically, much of the bill condemns Russia for doing exactly what the US government has been doing for years in Syria and Ukraine!
Feather jewelry is a wonderful way to wear your love of nature! In KWEC's third Christmas Jewelry Workshop, participants will learn all the ins and outs of creating jewelry with natural feathers. Birds produce an incredible variety of colorful and beautifully patterned feathers, and there are a lot of regulations designed to protect these wonderful creatures from harm. Learn what feathers are legal to possess, the best ways to acquire them, and how to turn them into fun, natural jewelry. This free program will take place at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 14, at the Kansas Wetlands Education ...
The Kansas Society of CPAs held its annual meeting on Nov. 19, at the Hyatt Regency in Wichita. Michelle Schneider, Great Bend, was elected 2014-15 Chair of the 2,700-member Kansas Society of CPAs (KSCPA) at the Annual Meeting.
How generous are you? Do you find yourself justifying reasons why you can't help someone in need of your charity?
A class action lawsuit targeting how high schools handle football concussions has been filed in Illinois, the first of its kind. The lawyer behind the suit, Joseph Siprut, is the same as behind a similar suit at the college level, reaching a settlement that is currently under review by a judge.
The first Christmas gift Joana Wolfe ever received from her husband was in 2000, when she was 8, he was 7 and they lived a world apart.
The first gift under our Christmas tree is always a small, silver box with a red ribbon. Inside, we all write our gifts to Jesus on pieces of paper and close them up until the New Year.
Let's face it. Christmas can be a confusing time for kids. When children are little, they believe in Santa, the North Pole and the elves. They also believe in the Christ Child, the manger, the shepherds and the star.
So, have you noticed that more men are talking about work-life balance lately?
Twenty-three life sized Santas, representing countries and regions from around the world, are basking in the ambience of a newly created winter wonderland of lighted artificial fir trees and festive holiday décor. The display, known as "Santas Around the World," can be viewed at 1223 Main Street in downtown Great Bend.