CARSON, Calif. -- Carl Edward James was born on Nov. 30, 1936, in Great Bend. He was youngest of nine children born to Louis and Alma James. He accepted Christ and followed the path that God laid out for his life. Carl graduated from Great Bend High School in 1954. He attended Kansas State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering in 1958. He also attended UCLA, where he received two master degrees, one in Engineering and Math, 1962, and the other in Executive Management, 1974.
The Barton County Clerk released the list of Hoisington City Council candidates for the April 5 election on Wednesday evening.
Members of the guild met on January 18 at the Presbyterian Church in Larned. In the absence of the president, Diann Morell demonstrated the last two friendship blocks in the current round of series. Starting in 2011, members may choose from three new sampler quilt projects for an individual project. Current prayer quilt numbers sixty in the last two years. Several more prayer quilts are being constructed. In addition, a beautiful sampler quilt in brick, navy and tan is being constructed for a fund raiser for spring 2011 to help defray expenses. Donations of good cotton fabric and batting are ...
The staff of the Santa Fe Trail Center invites the public to a unique musical presentation on Saturday, January 29th at 7 p.m. in the Center's auditorium. Jeff Davidson and the Trail Rider's Band will entertain us as we start 2011 by commemorating 150 years of statehood. This is a FREE program.
Activities Week Of Jan 30 - Feb 5
Activities Week Of Jan 30 - Feb 5
Did you know the government can't create jobs?
President Obama's State of the Union address said more about the state of his approach to governing than it did with the present condition of this nation under his governance.
Chadwick St.-OHarra, 59, and Steve Righetti, 59, filed lawsuits in small claims court in San Rafael, Calif., against the Seafood Peddler restaurant for "injuries."
HOMESTEAD, Fla. (AP) - Kevin Harvick jostled his 2-year-old son on his lap, egging him on to speak into the microphone and tell the world his daddy was the NASCAR champion.
It was a very good weekend for the Barton Community College women's basketball team. The Cougars left Kansas for the first time this season and took on a pair of tough foes at the Holiday Inn Classic on the campus of Otero Junior College in La Junta, Colo.
It was one of those November Classic schedules where you just go get it done. A pair of games that should be easily won.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Seattle Seahawks kept driving deep into Kansas City territory. They kept getting stonewalled. First they were held to field goals, and then they were held to nothing.
Angela Rae Collier, 64, died Nov. 15 at Select Specialty Hospital, Wichita. Born July 5, 1950 at El Dorado, she was the daughter of James L. and Lavina (Parks) Hanks.
STAFFORD – Alicia Marie Ginest, 49, passed Monday, Nov. 17, at South Wind Hospice House, in Pratt, surrounded by her loving family. Alicia was diagnosed with renal cell cancer in late March, 2014. Throughout the year, her cancer quickly progressed, and was later found terminal. Born Jan. 1, 1965, in Stafford, she was the daughter of Larry K. Rohar and Dianne A. Fertig Rohar,
WILSON - Evelyn Elizabeth (Ney) Charvat, 103, died Nov. 10, in Wilson. Born Dec. 11, 1910, in Cawker City, she was the daughter of Jake and Emma (Vohs) Ney. In 1918 she moved with her parents to a ranch southwest of Dorrance, Kansas. On Dec. 29, 1952, she married Frank Charvat in Wilson.
WICHITA - Janelda Marie "Jada" Butler, 75, florist and homemaker, passed away Friday, Nov. 14, 2014.
VICI, Okla. - Lamona Irene Zelle, died on Nov. 15.
Sunday, Nov. 16
Alpha Gamma Master conducts meeting
KANSAS STATE PLAYOFFS
Pilot international and local Pilot Clubs around the globe recognize the second week in November as International Care & Kindness Week, a week-long public awareness campaign meant to bring awareness to how simple acts can change a day, a life or the world by simply showing someone you care. International Care & Kindness Week encourages people to "Take time to Care and Be Kind."
While many shoppers are feeling the pinch of price increases, there's a way today's smart, frugal shoppers can save money on the family food bill. Some estimates place this figure at 10 -15 percent. On the average food bill, this could mean a savings of $700 - $1,200 a year.