KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - For a guy who with three strikes against him, defensive end Wallace Gilberry is making quite a splash in Kansas City.
LAWRENCE (AP) - One of the most embarrassing losses in team history has persuaded Kansas to change quarterbacks.
Mark Seamands, 39, went to trial in May in Port Angeles, Wash., accused of second-degree assault and two lesser charges for the hot-iron "branding" of his three children, aged 13, 15 and 18.
An article in Sunday's Great Bend Tribune explained how a student was able to complete her studies at Barton Community College with a clinical internship at Gautier Medical Clinic in Mississippi. This student, who was not named, was incorrectly identified as a nursing student. According to Leonard Bunselmeyer Jr., Barton's executive director of health care and public safety education, the student mentioned is a medical assisting student, not a nursing student. Bunselmeyer noted Barton has a number of health-care programs, and many medical facilities throughout Kansas and beyond, that provide internships.
A conference designed to help high school students and transfer student prepare for postsecondary education will be held this month in Great Bend.
Quivira National Wildlife Refuge in Stafford County will hold its fourth annual Bike & Hike with the Birds the morning of Sept. 25. Events start at 8 and 9 a.m.
Edna Weiss Klusener, of Great Bend, was born May 16, 1929, to Frank and Marie (Weiser) Weiss in Great Bend and returned home to heaven Aug. 16 at the age of 81. Edna played many parts on the stage of life; she was the obedient daughter of Frank and Marie Weiss, and she became the faithful wife of Richard D. Klusener on Sept. 15, 1948. Richard and Edna shared 49 beautiful years of marriage until her beloved husband passed away Sept. 3, 1997. Their marriage was blessed with three loving, loyal and caring children, Sharon Klusener-Alexander, San Diego, Calif., infant ...
The Golden Belt Community Concert Association will present country music entertainer Buddy Jewell at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Great Bend Municipal Auditorium, located at Lakin Ave. and Stone St. The concert is available to concert association members. Full-time students will be admitted to the concert for a $5 donation at the door. The auditorium will open at 6:30 p.m.
As to the driver's accoutrements, he had but two, his whip and his voice. The whip had a stock 10 feet long made of a hickory sapling with a lash of the same length made of rawhide. Attached to the end of the lash was a strip of soft leather five to six inches long, called a popper or cracker. A similar whip was used by men capturing wild Spanish cattle in the Everglades. The term "cracker" evolved into the language of the Deep South to designate an unsophisticated person. When the whip was cracked, it produced a sound ...
The staff of the Santa Fe Trail Center announced Thursday the launching of the Trail Center's new website. The project was made possible by a generous grant received from the Golden Belt Community Foundation, Great Bend. The various pages of the website include a Collections page, Education page, Events page, and more.
Betty Unruh of Larned will celebrate her 90th birthday with a reception hosted by her daughter, Linda Prins and family, John and Derek, from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 12, at Country Place Living, 714 West 9th in Larned.
Hollywood and Washington: Both entertaining, often boring and far too often irresponsible.
For all those who have spent the last couple of months shoveling out a car, you should know we're at the tail end of awards season. And best be advised to hunker in a bunker wearing a Kevlar overcoat, because gold plated statues are being tossed about like air kisses at a gown fitting. Like clouds of bathroom hair spray during Oscar nominee luncheons. Like jaded eyes at a press screening of "Transformers 4."
The Great Bend High School Speech team placed in 11 events at the Nickerson Speech Tournament. Those placing were Makinna Dykes, Kris Gieck and Ashtin Heath. Ashtin placed in both of her events. Those placing in all of their events and qualifying for the State Speech Championship Tournament in May are Malia Clark, Jesus Sandoval and Carter Sheffield. Carter Sheffield also won the Triathlon Award by placing the highest in all three of his events. He placed 1st in Extemporaneous Speaking, 1st in Serious Solo Acting and 3rd in Impromptu Speaking. The team placed 3rd overall.
LAWRENCE - Naadir Tharpe had 19 points to lead five Kansas players in double figures, and the fifth-ranked Jayhawks held off Oklahoma 83-75 on Monday night to wrap up a share of their 10th consecutive Big 12 championship.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Up by 12 points with just under 6 minutes left, No. 4 Syracuse appeared poised to secure an unusually easy victory.
LAWRENCE - The University of Kansas has received a lead donation from alumni Kent and Missy McCarthy to help finance the first phase of the Fieldhouse Apartments project, which will house basketball players and other students.
The Great Bend Recreation Commission and the City of Great Bend are sharing in the announcement from the Kansas State High Sschool Activities Association that the 2014 Class 2-1A State Baseball and Softball State Tournaments will be played at the Great Bend Sports Complex on Thursday, May 29 to Friday, May 30.
HOISINGTON - Hoisington High School's wrestling team qualified seven athletes for the Class 3-1A state tournament, which will be held on Friday and Saturday at Fort Hays State University.
A passenger in a 2002 Volkswagen Beetle that went of U.S. 283 early Monday in Hodgeman County was seriously injured, Kansas Highway Patrol reports.
Plans for a March retreat are on the agenda for the Barton Community College Board of Trustees meeting, set for 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, in the Seminar Room, F-30 of the Fine Arts Building.