TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Kansas just needed some time to put the ghosts of its NCAA past behind it. Marcus and Markieff Morris combined for 31 points as the Jayhawks found their shooting touch in the second half of a 72-53 win over Boston University on Friday night. The win was the first NCAA tournament game for Kansas since the Jayhawks were sent home by Northern Iowa in the second ...
TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Kansas just needed some time to put the ghosts of its NCAA past behind it.
Steve Dudek was awarded the first-place Betty Sieler Award for his watercolor painting in the Wichita Garden Art Exhibit, which took place Feb. 23 through March 6. Dudek's painting was of roses from a photograph taken in the Great Bend Garden Club Memorial Rose Garden in the Great Bend Cemetery. He had two pieces accepted in the show.
The Great Bend Recreation Commission is now forming it's Adult Softball Leagues. All interested persons should stop by the Recreation Commission office and pick up a team packet. Leagues offered this summer includes: Men's Open Division (Tuesday/Thursday), D League (Tuesday/Thursday); E League (Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday) F League (Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday); Women's B League (Tuesday/Thursday) and C League (Monday/Wednesday). The team registration fee is $250 plus $50 player fees. The deadline to register a team ...
Patients at the Heartland Cancer Center, Great Bend, will reap the benefits of a special fundraiser sponsored by the St. John High School Booster Club. The "Think Pink Night" raised approximately $3,300 for HCC. "We were all overwhelmed by this donation," said Jamie Hutchinson, R.N., HCC director. "It is gratifying to know there is this spirit of generosity in our central Kansas communities. We cannot thank the ...
Three people were taken to Great Bend hospitals on Friday after a driver ran the stop sign at NE 20 Ave. and NE 30 Road. According to the Barton County Sheriff's Office report, Brittney L. Smith, 16, of Ottawa was driving a Pontiac Grand Am south on NE 20 Ave. at 12:30 a.m. when she ran the stop sign. A Chevrolet Tracker driven by Kevin A. Davis, 19, of ...
Governor Sam Brownback has proposed to consolidate the State Conservation Commission into the Kansas Department of Agriculture, creating the Division of Conservation using his authority under an Executive Reorganization Order.
Krug to give nutrition talk Donna Krug, Barton County Extension Family and Consumer Science agent will speak on "More Plants on the Plate," during the Friendship Meal at 11:45 a.m. at the Heritage Club in Ellinwood on March 24. For reservations, call 564-3649 by 4 p.m. on March 23. Lenten lunch to be served Soup and sanwiches will be served at noon on Wednesday ...
DeleteTAMPA, Fla. (AP) - UC Santa Barbara forward Jaime Serna left the arena in a sling and with his right wrist heavily wrapped.
The Myers Chapel Church Family are preparing for their "ALL Church Annual Day" Celebration at 3:30 p.m. on March 27.
GENESEO -- Leah Jane Gustus, 74, died March 15 at Promise Regional Medical Center, Hutchinson.
By Alan Rusch Ellsworth County I-R HOLYROOD - At Monday's meeting of the Central Plains USD 112 board of education, a motion to have the district administrators renew or develop the existing agreements in softball and baseball for USD 112 was approved. The administrators were also instructed to investigate the potential of helping with transportation of student athletes to these sports. Bert Besthorn, board vice president, ...
Brent and Jamie Taylor announce the birth of their son, Connor James Taylor, on April 10 at St. Luke's South Hospital in Overland Park. He weighed 8 lbs. and was 19 1/4 in. long.
Earl Burroughs of Aurora, Colo. will celebrate his 80th birthday with a surprise Open house from 2 to 4 p.m. on May 25 at the Front Door in Great Bend. Hosts for the event will be his daughter, Anita Burroughs, granddaughter, Erica St. James and grandson Andrew St. James, all of Aurora, Colo. Friends and relatives are invited to attend.
Lonnie Kuhn and Stephen Keller were united in marriage on May 3, 1948 at St. Mary's Church in Ellis in a ceremony officiated by Father Virgil Kuhn. Stephen is retired from the Barton County Highway Department. Lonnie is a retired teacher. They have four daughters, Yvonne and Darel Hoffman of Crowley, Texas, Debbie and Dean Allen of Tonganoxie, Stephanie and Kirk Thompson of Topeka and the late Rebecca Ann Keller; five grandchildren, Kristen and Ricky ...
Vera Burfield will celebrate her 90th birthday on May 24 with a card shower.
Jon and Marilyn Reifschneider of Arlington announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Ann Reifschneider, to Andrew Francis Heimann, son of William and Teresa Heimann of Hays.
Violet Kasselman will celebrate her 90th birthday with an open house reception from 2 to 4 p.m. on May 25 at the American Legion, 117 E Santa Fe Blvd in Ellinwood. Hosts for the event will be her children, grandchildren and their families.
A joint luncheon recognition was recently held for the Great Bend Optimist and Rotary Clubs. Brigadier General Vic Braden, Deputy Commanding General, Army National Guard, for the United States Army Combined Arms Center, Fort Leavenworth was the speaker.
Great Bend Middle School announces the April and May Above and Beyond Winners. Each of these students was nominated by their teachers because they have gone above and beyond the call of duty in becoming a good citizen of GBMS. The students received a certificate and a pizza and pop luncheon with the school Administrators.
Wrapping up the 12th year of the annual ABC Program, Sunflower Bank contributed $6,910 to schools and students in the Great Bend and Ellinwood area. Since the inception of the ABC Program in 2001, Sunflower has contributed $52,038 to schools and students in the Great Bend and Ellinwood area.
Commencement ceremonies for NCK Tech were held in Beloit on May 10th. Students achieving a 3.5 – 4.0 GPA earned Dean's Honor Roll academic honors during the ceremony. Area students recognized are: Carpentry-Cabinetmaking: John Kubick, Ellsworth and Richard Tice, Great Bend; Advanced Computer Information Technology: Nicholas Syx – Russell; Electrical Technology: Toby J Hubka– Wilson.
Drought, flooding, extreme heat, subzero temperatures: All of these climatic events and more in Kansas can threaten the supply and affordability of the nation's beef supply. It's hard to do much about the weather, but a team of Kansas State University scientists will be trying to find solutions so cattlemen can better adapt to any future climate extremes in their grazing operations.
Remember the 1996 movie, "A Time to Kill"?
Looking at wheat throughout the central region of Kansas during the first couple days of May, members of the Wheat Quality Council (WQC) labeled the crop in fairly average to slightly above average condition.