HOLYROOD - David N. Presley, 65, died April 30, in Ellsworth. Born May 12, 1945 in Baltimore, Md., he was the son of Mack Lee and Ruby Jessie (Minor) Presley. On Aug 17, 1990 he married Linda Diane Heglin in Kodiak, Alaska. She survives. He retired from the Federal Aviation Administration as an electrician and recently worked at Orscheln's in Great Bend.
LAWRENCE - The School of Education at the University of Kansas is honoring more than 650 teachers from 115 school districts with 25 or more years of service to education, mostly in Kansas schools.
I am reminding everyone to wear their seat belts when operating or riding as a passenger in a motor vehicle. The most current seat belt law which allows law enforcement officers the ability to stop a vehicle if either of the front seat occupants in a vehicle are seen not wearing a seat belt.
This week's Chamber of Commerce Coffee will be hosted by Herl Pipe and Specialties, 386 SW 20 Road, at 9:30 a.m., Thursday. Ambassador in charge will be Ron Koelsch with greeters Erin Powers and Brian Harrison. Coffee, doughnuts and door prizes will be available.
The Kansas Commission on Veterans Affairs Mobile Office will be located at the Hoisington Town and Country Supermarket parking lot, 818 North Elm, on Friday May 6th from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to assist eligible veterans and family members in obtaining benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Such benefits might include service connected disability compensation, improved pension benefits, death pensions, VA health care benefits, education benefits, vocational rehabilitation and much more. ...
Larned Police Dept. Monday, May 2 An animal control officer responded to Morris and 5th at 6:38 a.m. An animal control officer responded to the 500 block of W. 16th at 9:26 a.m. Suspicious activity was reported in the 100 block of Santa Fe at 12:16 p.m. Officers investigated a dog-at-large report in the 200 block of E. 9th at 12:51 p.m. Officers assisted with a vehicle lockout in the 500 block of Main at ...
For past generations, the questions were, "Where were you when President Kennedy was shot?" or "Where were you when the space shuttle Challenger exploded?"
Larned USD 495 calendar Friday May 6-FCA, 7:30 a.m.; LHS Stuco Senior Send-off, 8 a.m.; KS Kids Fitness Day, Fort Larned; Tennis 3A Regional at Cimarron; Baseball vs. Pratt, 4 p.m. Saturday May 7-Golf at Ulysses, 9 a.m. Monday, May 9-Tales for Tots, Hillside Elementary, 10:30 a.m.; Golf at Lake Barton, 3 p.m.; USD 495, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 10-LMS Track at Hays, 10 a.m.; Baseball at Nickerson, 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 11-Stuco, 7:30 a.m. ...
The Wall Street Journal reported in 1996 that New York City photographer (and former Electrolux vacuum cleaner salesman) Eugene Calamari Jr. is a part-time artist who lies on the floor and lets people vacuum him with an upright cleaner, after which he asks the vacuumers to please write down their feelings. According to Calamari, "A lot of people use each other and step on each other's rights."
For awhile in 2005, I carried around a white, cotton handkerchief that was worn soft from use after my father, Dabney, died suddenly and quietly at the age of 81.
DODGE CITY - The Great Bend High School boys' tennis team was led by the No. 1 doubles duo of Nick Moyers and Austin Jacobs in Monday's Western Athletic Conference meet in Dodge City.
HOISINGTON - The Hoisington Middle School track team hosted its invitational meet on Thursday and won three of the four divisions as the seventh-grade girls and boys along with the eighth-grade girls all claimed first place.
The Barton Community College baseball team swept its doubleheader with Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Division II team Dodge City on Saturday and then Dodge turned the tables on Sunday with a sweep of its own.
CHICAGO (AP) - Joe Johnson scored 34 points and the Atlanta Hawks beat Derrick Rose and the top-seeded Chicago Bulls 103-95 on Monday night in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.
Come on, Oprah.
We humans like to divide time into neat little boxes based on dates, but the case can be made that the styles, policies, manners and mores of one ten-year period usually spill over into the next.
With the growing season over, it's time to put your feet up and relax, right? There are no weeds to pull, or watering to be done. The harvest is in, and now it's time to enjoy a little down time. Well, maybe not just yet. There is still some time to treat your soils and do a little preparation for next spring. In Barton County, we have a pretty high Ph. We can't be sure ...
A good local health care system may itself be part of the prescription for maintaining a healthy rural economy.
Marketing Kansas-grown wheat to world buyers includes not only a quality and consistent crop, but strong relationships with those who buy it. For these reasons and more, sales of hard red winter wheat to Latin America have increased significantly in marketing year 2013/2014 with year to date sales to Central and South America at 5.33 MMT.
Kansas State University's WinterDance 2013 will feature ballet, modern, jazz, tap, a new West African social dance and more.
The weather over the last few days has provided an exclamation point to the end of the 2013 cropping season. With the exception of some fields of grain sorghum waiting to be harvested, crops are in the bin and the wheat that was going to be planted has been. Now is a time, unless you have cattle, to slow down a little and catch a breath. Or at least it used to be a "down" ...