Mike and Shawndra Harbaugh of Great Bend announce the birth of their daughter, Sidney Marie Harbaugh on Feb. 8. She weighed 5 lbs. 14 oz. and was 18 1/2 in. long. She is welcomed by her two big brothers, Michael and Kylar.
Diane Sauber, CMFC, Financial Advisor, has been to Waddell & Reed's Advisor Medalist Program. recognizing the company's top 250 financial advisors. The recognition awards are presented annually and are based on an analysis of investment, insurance and financial planning sales generated by the advisor. Serving clients throughout the Great Bend area. Sauber earns a distinction that carries significant meaning.
Jeff and Casey Berges of Kansas City announce the birth of their son, Owen Franklin on Jan. 10. He weighed 7 lbs. 9 oz. and was 19 in. long. He has a big brother, Henry.
Earl and Janice Schmidt will celebrate their 65th anniversary with a reception from 1:30 to 4 p.m. on March 30 at the First United Methodist Church, 2123 Forest, in Great Bend. Hosts for the event will be their children, Mike and Janet Schmidt of Cornelius, Ore., Dennis and Terrie Schmidt of Athens, Texas and Brenda Girard of Hays. The couple has eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Progress Club met on March 4 at the home of Karen Becker, with Pat Halbower and Janet Engleman serving as co-hostesses. There were 17 members in attendance.
Connor Jacob Sell of Great Bend has accepted membership in The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS).
HUTCHINSON - Head coach Steve Forbes and his No. 9-seeded Northwest Florida State Community College basketball team lost to Central Florida 74-69 in Saturday's title game in the NJCAA Division-I Men's Basketball Championship at the Sports Arena.
NJCAA Division I Men
The Board of Barton County Commissioners will meet at 9 a.m. on Monday. Items on the agenda include: approval of Blizzard Energy Inc. Solid Waste processing facility certification; purchase of Palm Print Scanner for the Sheriff's office; Road and Bridge asphalt mix 2013 bids and authorization to purchase power broom for county's equipment pool; Noxious Weed Department annual report; and Sheriff Brian Bellendir will discuss roofing repairs at the Administrative Building and moving police equipment to newly purchased vehicles;
SALT LAKE CITY - Gonzaga's gone.
Two solid pitching performances were not enough for the Barton Community College baseball team on Friday at Lawson-Biggs Field, as Cloud County put together enough offense to record a pair of Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Western Division victories.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. - Tim Hardaway Jr. can take the questions in stride at this point.
Capsules from Saturday's NCAA tournament:
It went just how it was supposed to. A midweek game against a junior varsity to give the Barton Community College baseball team a break from the rigors of conference play. Those are supposed to be easy wins. And it was.
#1 singles boys, Matt Phillips, 2-2 3rd place
Current and future drought and water issues will be the main topic of discussion at the April 12, meeting of "It Blew So Hard: The Dust Bowl and Great Depression in Western Kansas" The meeting will be held at the Kinsley Library from 2-5 p.m. and is free and open to the public.
Have you tasted Kansas Heat Hot Sauce, Million Dollar Relish or Hot Kosher Dill Pickles? These are just three of the seven different items produced in Wilson by Kansas Foods LLC. Kansas Originals Market & Gallery at Wilson will be available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 18, to sample these locally produced foods. Also featured for tasting will be a variety of Snack Sticks made in Wilson by Rick Weigel and his crew at Wilson Foods. A selection of jellies, dips and snacks, all made in Kansas, will also be available to try.
#1 Singles Rigo Miranda 2-1 2nd place
Apple CEO Tim Cook should know better than to freak out over Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA). His company was also the victim of media alarmism and hyperbole.
The president was talking to America's enemy, extending his hand in the interests of peace, and the war hawks were going nuts. One conservative leader assailed "a weakened president, weakened in spirit as well as in clout." Another conservative leader denounced the president as "a useful idiot for (enemy) propaganda." A top conservative columnist lamented the president's "moral disarmament."
Wheatland Electric will announce the winners of its inaugural scholarship program at its 67th Annual Meeting April 15, in Syracuse. The cooperative will give away $10,000 in all. Recipients will be judged on their academic performance, school activities, career goals and a 1,000 word essay.
Sunflower Bank is partnering with Make-A-Wish® to help fulfill the wishes of local children with life-threatening medical conditions. Sunflower has set a goal to donate $50,000 to Make-A-Wish chapters serving the Sunflower communities in Kansas, Colorado and Missouri. To reach this goal, Sunflower will donate 5¢ for every swipe of a Sunflower Bank debit card, now through June 30, 2015.
In the Hoisington USD 431 School Board election results listed in the Great Bend Tribune Wednesday morning, there was an error in the vote totals for the two Position 3 candidates. Maggie Alderice and Shannon Donovan. The correct totals for all the candidates are below.
Great Bend Fire/EMS
HUTCHINSON - Cora Sue Murphy, 53, passed away April 5, 2015, at Hospice House of Reno County, Hutchinson. She was born on July 2, 1961, in Great Bend, the daughter of George Morrison Sr., and Faye (Miller) Morrison.
Terry D. Barber, 73, passed away April 4, 2015, at Kansas Heart Hospital with his family by his side.