CASPER, Wyo. - Dale Hugh Sherman passed away Feb. 25 at Wyoming Medical Center at the age of 81. He died peacefully surrounded by family.
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Hiss Sherman Wealth Management, a locally owned financial management company, recently celebrated their expansion in Atwood. This secondary location allows facility owner Matt Hiss, and the rest of his business partners, to show their commitment to their clients in northwest Kansas.
CONCORDIA - It wasn't the weekend the Barton Community College softball team had hoped for, but it did end on a positive note as the Lady Cougars came from behind to beat Southeast 9-6 on Sunday to wrap up the Cloud County tournament.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Peyton Manning era in Indianapolis is expected to end Wednesday, according to a report.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Chiefs designated Dwayne Bowe as their franchise player, keeping the impact wide receiver off the free-agent market this offseason.
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CHESAPEAKE BEACH, Md. - Patricia Giardina Carpenter, 68, died March 2, 2012 in Washington, D.C.
GREAT BEND - Thelma Marie Ridgeway, 86, died March 4, 2012 at Medical Lodge of Kinsley.
ANDOVER - Robert E. (Bob) Miller, 80, died Feb. 29, 2012 at El Dorado. He was an owner-operator truck driver for many years.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb. - Richard E. "Dick" Bortz, 85, of Grand Island, Neb., died March 2, 2012 at the Grand Island Veteran's Home.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Chiefs began reworking their injury-depleted defense Tuesday, signing former Denver Broncos tackle Kevin Vickerson amid a flurry of roster moves.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - Julius Thomas' dad likes to remind his son where he got his great hands.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - In the moments after a disheartening loss to Tennessee to open the season, Chiefs coach Andy Reid seemed at a loss for why All-Pro running back Jamaal Charles went virtually unused.
DURHAM, N.C. - David Cutcliffe is getting ready to coach against a man he never really got the chance to work with - Charlie Weis.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - As questions arose about how the NFL investigated domestic violence allegations against Ray Rice, Commissioner Roger Goodell said Tuesday the league asked for, but was not given, video showing the ex-Ravens running back punching his then-fiancee on an elevator.
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Kiwanis and the Great Bend Public Library invite community members to help a youngster get a Halloween costume. New or gently used costumes can be dropped off at the Great Bend Public Library, 1409 Williams St.
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Jeanne Louise Schmitt, 70, died Sept. 6, at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita. Born Aug. 31, 1944, in Winfield, she was the daughter of Raymond Chandler and Helen Ruth (Westin) Muret. On May 30, 1969, she married Terryl "Terry" Keith Schmitt in Manhattan. He died on Aug. 17, 2006. A Great Bend resident since 1978, coming from Hoisington where she had lived since 1969, she was an Extension Agent in Belleville, then a dietician for the Clara Barton Hospital. She retired as a secretary for Central Baptist Church in Great Bend.
PAWNEE ROCK - Kimberly A. Hayward, 46, passed away Sept. 7, at Pawnee Valley Community Hospital in Larned. Born Sept. 22, 1967, in El Cajon, Calif., she was the daughter of Howard M. and Dora Prince Hayward. A longtime area resident, she was a home health nurse.
Hoisington clean up week to be held
Take Off Pounds Sensibly is a national not-for-profit organization that offers residents a cost effective option to lose weight and become healthier, and it is looking at expanding its membership locally, said Beverly A. Bednasek, a Kansas TOPS coordinator from Valley Center.
The Golden Belt Community Foundation and Barton Community College Foundation are sponsoring a Continuing Education seminar from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Sept. 16, at Barton Community College in the Fine Arts Building, Room F-30. The seminar is titled "How Charitable Plans Benefit Clients and Further Their Personal Planning Goals, Featuring Ethics" and will be presented by Pamela Davidson, J.D., of Davidson Gift Design, Bloomington, Ind.
U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) announces he is accepting applications for paid congressional internships in his Washington, D.C., and Kansas offices for spring 2015.
Could it be that the "elephant in the room" is literally an elephant in the room?