Below are the honor rolls for the first quarter for Hoisington Middle School.
Katie Bulinski, child restraint, fine $60, court costs $54.50
Great Bend Police
New Fiction:The Confession, John Grisham; Daughter of Darkness, V.C. Andrews; A Christmas Odyssey, Anne Perry; Coming Back, Marcia Muller; South Austin Vampire, Russ Hall; Rosehill Manor, Sharol Louise; A Bullet For The Utah Kid, T. T. Flynn; Murder At Spouters Point, Leslie Wheeler; The Lightning Runner, Max Brand; The Extinguished Guest, Jeanne Glidewell; Messages, Weyman Jones; The Christmas Shoes, Donna Vanliere; The Winter Man, Diana Palmer; The Tapestry Shop, Joyce Moore; Mainely Mysteries, Susan Davis; Colorado Crimes, Lisa Harris; Cowboy Christmas, Mary Connealy; Unwrapping Christmas, Lori Copeland; The Christmas Promise, Donna Vanliere; The Christmas Secret, Donn Vanliere
Local historian Robert Yarmer will share the story of early Kansas maps during a program at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 22, at the Barton County Historical Society Museum and Village, 85 South U.S. 281, just south of Great Bend over the Arkansas River Bridge.
Barton Community College early childhood education students will lead activities for children participating in the observance of Kansas Reads to Preschoolers Week Nov. 16 at the Great Bend Public Library.
Barton Community College instrumental music groups will present a Winter Concert at 7:30 p.m. on Monday in the Fine Arts Auditorium. The concert will feature the BCC Jazz Band, Prairie Winds Community Concert Band and Prairie Winds Jazz Ensemble. Steven Lueth, Barton's director of instrumental activities, is the conductor of these ensembles. The public is invited and admission is free.
Peace Church will celebrate their 125th Anniversary at the 10:30 a.m. worship on Nov. 21, 429 N.E. 140th Street, 5 miles north of Hudson. A meal will be served at noon. Former pastors have been invited. Trinity Congregation and all past members and friends of Peace Church are invited. Any photos or other items of interest are welcome.
Dave Barnes was as surprised as most people when he stepped into Barton Community College's Shafer Gallery for the first time and saw a gallery of such beauty, spaciousness and versatility in the midst of its rural central Kansas setting.
Vivian Bryant's family was understandably concerned. He had lived at his parents' home for all of his 37 years and was preparing to move into his own place.
Florine Burgardt of Great Bend began attending the regular meetings of the local Heartland Cancer Support Group shortly after her diagnosis. She also participated during the time of her treatment and still attends while in remission.
In September, the Treviso, Italy, adult doll maker Diego Bortolin - who specializes in lifelike, precisely detailed, fully flexible, anatomically correct models of humans - told reporters that he had completed a special order for a 50-year-old businessman whom he would not name but who paid Bortolin the equivalent of $18,000 (compared to his normal price of about $5,000) to go beyond his generic "young woman" to create a replica of the very girlfriend who had just recently dumped him.
'Tis the season to spend more money than we have in our wallets.
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?
Boston 112, Miami 107
ELLINWOOD--Joyce Marie Fullbright, 83, passed away in Ellinwood on July 10. Born Oct. 1, 1930 in Georgetown, Ark., she was the daughter of Briles and Myrtle (Chambers) Andrews.
Connie Rosalie Peacock, 91, died July 11 at Woodhaven Care Center, Ellinwood. Born Feb. 21, 1923 at WaKeeney, she was the daughter of Pete and Antonia (Solowski) Gregorcyk.
Larry Randall Miller, 55, died May 31, in San Diego, Calif. Born March 10, 1959 at Great Bend, he was the son of Harold S. and Dorothy J. Miller. He joined the Coast Guard in 1978, working as a corpsman and was awarded a letter from President Ronald Reagan for saving a life. He attended Wichita State University on the GI Bill and later worked as a respiratory therapist and cardiology technician. He married Bernadette Alison December 31, 1990 at San Diego.
OLATHE - Christopher James Gross, 41, passed away July 5, 2014 at St. Joseph Medical Center from complications of his battle with brain cancer.
GREAT BEND - Lloyd E. White, 81, died July 8, 2014 at Western Plains Medical Center, Dodge City.
As sons of rural Kansas, we are committed to ensuring that children who grow up in the Sunflower State receive the same educational opportunities as students anywhere in America. One of the tools for making certain rural students receive a 21st Century education is broadband Internet access. Broadband can be the great equalizer; with an Internet connection, where you live doesn't determine what information and resources you can access.
Sandy Praeger, Kansas Commissioner of Insurance, is encouraging consumers to check with their health insurance companies or employers regarding coverage for smoking cessation services and the specific benefits included in their policies.
WYANDOTTE, Okla. - Theresa A. Wornkey, 81, died July 6, at Memorial Hospital in Joplin, Mo. Born Jan. 12, 1933, in Ellinwood, she was the daughter of Matt and Barbara (Hiney) Apel. On April 9, 1953, she married Jim Wornkey in Ellinwood. She was a 15 year resident of Wyandotte, Okla. where she enjoyed her retired years with her husband of over 60 years. Theresa was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother and will be deeply missed by all who were touched by her life.
LARNED -Herman J. Mausolf, 85, passed away July 7 at Hays Medical Center. He was born March 11, 1929 in Albert; the son of Herman E. and Anna D. Jurgensen Mausolf. A longtime area resident he was a Chief Security Officer at the Larned State Hospital, retiring in 1991.
LARNED -Robert C. Sharp Sr., 80, passed away July 6 in Vassar. He was born Oct. 28, 1933, in Pratt, the son of Carl and Dorothy Cole Sharp. He was the owner of Sharp Sanitation in Larned.