CINCINNATI (AP) - Unable to upgrade their everyday lineup, the Cincinnati Reds instead strengthened the back end of their bullpen on Tuesday by acquiring closer Jonathan Broxton from Kansas City for a pair of minor league pitchers.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Willie Roaf might have missed out on a whopping 11 Pro Bowls had he been 2 inches taller.
LONDON (AP) - LeBron James and Kobe Bryant took a seat, then the USA Olympic basketball team took control.
LONDON (AP) - One by one, the Americans thundered down the runway, soared high above the vault and slammed into the mat.
LONDON (AP) - Michael Phelps lingered on the blocks, not wanting to make another shocking blunder. The 19th medal was his. All he had to do was avoid a DQ, then set off on what amounted to four victory laps.
Baseball's haves picked up more players from the have-nots at Tuesday's trade deadline, when Ryan Dempster was dealt from the Chicago Cubs to the Texas Rangers and Shane Victorino, Hunter Pence and Jonathan Broxton all wound up on new teams.
LONDON (AP) - Two finals, two golds. And all anybody wants to know about Chinese teen swimming sensation Ye Shiwen is whether she's doping.
The Board of Trustees of Barton Community College will hold a special meeting/budget hearing at 4:15 p.m. on Thursday in room F-30, on the lower level of the Fine Arts Building, in conjunction with its monthly study session.
Great Bend Police Chief Dean Akings reports a city employee who was working on the river dike on July 25 was harassed and battered. "His assailant was on a dirt bike, white in color with a muscle milk decal on the back of it," Akings said.
Students attended the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards camp this past weekend at Barton Community College's Camp Aldrich Conference Center. The RYLA program provides future leaders the opportunity to expand and hone their leadership and communication skills, while having fun and making friends. Pictured are, first row, from left: Elizabeth Rhodes of Russell, Stephanie Langer of Great Bend, Kennya Ortiz of Lyons and Mari Erb of Great Bend; second row: Brandon Rein of Abilene, Zach May of Oberlin, Anthony Walters of Hays, Jenna Schuckman of Hays, Ashley Ellenz of Beloit, Hannah Billinger of Ellinwood, Samantha Meitl of Dresden, Lena Wedel ...
Great Bend Fire Department
Lloyd Earl Donham, 81, died Feb. 18 at Wesley Medical Center, Wichita. Services are pending with Bryant Funeral Home, 1425 Patton Road, Great Bend, Kansas.
LARNED - Mary Beth Herrmann, 59, died on Feb. 18, at Diversicare of Larned. Born Feb. 23, 1955, in Kinsley, she was the daughter of Quentin J. and Lucy W. Tholen Herrmann. She graduated from Barton County Community College with an A.A. in Nursing and from Barclay College with a B.S. in Business Administration. A lifetime area resident, she was a Registered Nurse and Administrator at the Pawnee County Health Department.
Quilting Bees meet
Lloyd Earl Donham
Larned's Scholar's Bowl competed at regionals at Ulysses. Team members are from left, Lauren Zerr, Josh East, Reed Russom, Kwinter Hartshorn, Wyatt Davis and Kate Schoeder. Andale, Rose Hill and Pratt qualified for state.
Larned High's Ally Aldrich won the 3-point contest at the Pratt Tournament.
Larned's Brittany Butler qualified for State Piano Festival Feb. 21 at Wichita State University.
"Boy, here's something we could use more of today: unity among the American people. Americans are so divided."
What would it look like if politics stopped at the water's edge? It wouldn't look like the mess that John Boehner created by inviting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address a session of Congress on March 3. By allowing Netanyahu to stage what is effectively a campaign event in the U.S. Capitol, congressional Republicans have not only damaged our relations with Israel but threatened our diplomatic negotiations with Iran.
They are coming out of the final turn in high school and college basketball. The stretch run is on for Sub-State and NCAA seedings. With Kansas losing at West Virginia, there might be a race once again in the Big 12 though one has to like the Jayhawks' chances.
Two local siblings wanted to donate their dad's memorial fund to a place that would do the most good for families trying to do the best for their terminally ill loved ones. They found such a place at Almost Home Inc., 1919 Van Buren.