All-Around Easter is a path of faith discovery from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday March 24 at the First United Methodist Church, 2123 Forest Ave. Come discover how Jesus' footsteps were marked on the Earth long ago, but they continue to lead us today. During this Easter season, transport your families to Jesus' last week on Earth so they can walk in his footsteps.
"The place of my beginning was Great Bend, Kansas on Saturday, February 5, 1916 ... "
Dr. Matt Fehr has joined Animal Medical Center of Great Bend as a partner. Fehr went to work for Animal Medical Center in 2006. "He has been a tremendous asset to the practice, and has been a vital part to the practice's continued growth," said Dr. Nels Linberg of AMC.
CUNA Mutual Group has named Jon Prescott president of CPI Qualified Plan Consultants Inc. Prescott has been with CPI since 1987, serving most recently as chief marketing officer. Previously Prescott held the position of vice president of national sales and product development, during which time he created more than 35 proprietary and co-branded 403(b), 401(k), and nonqualified deferred compensation programs for CPI and its strategic alliance firms, growing CPI's assets under administration from $120 million to more than $6 billion. Kevin Thompson, CPI's chief executive officer, commented, "Jon brings a deep knowledge and understanding of the ...
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The Barton Community College men's basketball team will be heading to Park City's Hartman Arena, just outside of Wichita, on Sunday.
Irvin E. Burton, 87, passed away on Sunday morning, Nov. 9, at his home in Great Bend. Born on July 29, 1927, in rural Hoisington, he was the son of Walter and Myrtle (Bradshaw) Burton. On Sept. 24, 1988 he was united in marriage to Betty Jo Byerly in Great Bend. Irvin was a route salesman for Dr. Pepper, Schlitz Beer, and Guy's Potato Chips for many years until his retirement, and worked several part-time jobs after he retired. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, antique John Deere tractors, and he dearly loved his dog, Molly.
HOISINGTON - Hoisington High School debaters Nick Doerschlag and Seth Colson placed third in the novice division at the recent Moundridge debate tournament. They earned a 4-1 record, defeating teams from Dodge City, Junction City, Sterling, and Salina-South. They lost to a Great Bend team.
Separate toasters and separate butter tubs. Those are just two things a family has to worry about when one of its members is diagnosed with gluten intolerance.
In the newly released film "Nightcrawler," actor Jake Gyllenhaal plays slimy freelance journalist Lou Bloom, who becomes a freelance videographer driven by the credo of, "If it bleeds, it leads."
Cheap oil prices. Low inflation. Sound like a dream come true? In economics, dreams have a way of turning into nightmares.
Socially precocious youths who are popular and ahead of their peers don't seem to fare as well after the final school bell rings, according to research from the University of Virginia.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - After getting trounced by Tennessee in their season opener, the Kansas City Chiefs returned to their practice facility the following day and went through the game film in all its gory detail.
It was a rather mundane weekend for the Barton Community College women's basketball team. Mundane in a good way as the Cougars rolled to a pair of blowout wins at the Conquistador Classic in Dodge City.
Two weeks ago, West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen starting preparing for a Baylor team that was coming off a wild comeback win over TCU.
A frustrating season for the Barton Community College volleyball team came to an end Sunday in the opening round of the Region VI Championships. Barton's season ended with a 24-26, 25-18, 25-16, 25-15 loss to Colby at the Sports Arena in Hutchinson.
DeleteSaturday produced a very good win for the Barton Community College men's basketball team – a win over a Top 20 team. Friday, though, kept the Cougars from a perfect weekend and a 4-0 start to the season.
Hoisington Middle School 1st nine weeks honor roll
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Bids for a new dining hall at Barton Community College's Camp Aldrich conference center will be presented to the BCC Board of Trustees this week. A special meeting has been set for 12:15 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12, in the Administrative Building's Conference Room, A-113, so that Dean of Administration Mark Dean can present these bids.