Lorene Peschka has been named Pathways Employee of the Month. She has been caring for the clients at Pathways for over nine years. Never one to complain, she always focuses on the clients and making sure all their needs are met. Lorene is a team player who will do whatever is asked to help the clients and her co-workers. She is self motivated and always gives the clients the best possible care. Lorene has earned the respect from clients and staff alike because she has worked hard to establish great relationships.
The Great Bend City Slickers 4-H club met on Nov 8th. Roll call was taken by giving a favorite movie. Seven members, two leaders, five parents and four guests were present. Nicole Rzhia sang a song. The club will be going Christmas caroling for the December meeting. It was voted to by poinsettias for the Senior Center. Bernie Unruh gave a program on proper procedures. The next meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Dec. 13 at Cherry Village. Members are asked to bring a gift for the nuns.
How did the turkey reserve its place on our traditional Thanksgiving table?
Gone are the days when holiday shoppers strolled through downtown sidewalks, peering at the elaborate displays arrayed in storefront windows. Today's shopper is more likely to surf Internet sites for bargains. Your Better Business Bureau advises modern bargain hunters that local merchants still offer good deals for holiday shoppers. Additionally, the brick-and-mortar stores around the corner are still going to be there, easily accessible should you have any sort of issue with the item you purchased.
WACO, Texas - Collin Klein and second-ranked Kansas State can still get to a BCS game. Getting to the BCS championship game is all but lost.
STILLWATER, Okla. - With two receivers gone to the NFL, Isaiah Anderson figured to be the next deep threat in Oklahoma State's potent passing game.
As a Pittsburgh Steelers fan left the Meadowlands two weeks ago, he raised his right hand - a Terrible Towel in it, naturally - and loudly asked: "Who brought back the replacements?"
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli has often said free agency is a flawed way to build a team, where players available are often overpriced or on the downward side of their careers.
PASADENA, Calif. - When Anthony Barr roared through the line and hit Matt Barkley squarely in the No. 7 on his back, the roar rising out of the Rose Bowl was loud enough for a whole city to hear.
The Great Bend Middle School eighth-grade boys' "A" basketball team takes a 3-0 record into the Thanksgiving break.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Notre Dame got one first-place vote in the coaches' poll last Sunday - head coach Brian Kelly's.
Children can experience the fun of Santa's Workshop, from 6-8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 1, at the Great Bend Municipal Auditorium.
Nothing gets the nostalgia pumping for the holidays like tunes inspired by the season. Area residents can easily get their fill through various holiday music events and performances by the Barton Community College Music Department.
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Great Bend Fire Department
As the biggest shopping days of the holiday season approach, BBB is offering a few safe shopping tips for busy consumers.
Dolores Burgardt of Great Bend was honored for three years of service; and Beverly Prescott of Larned was recognized for 11 years for their service as Senior Companions, helping adults in the area. Judi Welch of Larned was honored for four years of service as a Foster Grandparent volunteer serving children with special needs at the monthly in-service meeting held on November 19t.h
It will not shock readers to hear that quite often legislation on Capitol Hill is not as advertised. When Congress wants to do something particularly objectionable, they tend give it a fine-sounding name. The PATRIOT Act is perhaps the best-known example. The legislation had been drafted well before 9/11 but was going nowhere. Then the 9/11 attacks gave it a new lease on life. Politicians exploited the surge in patriotism following the attack to reintroduce the bill and call it the PATRIOT Act. To oppose it at that time was, by design, to seem unpatriotic.
Nothing is less important in Washington these days than how Barack Obama's executive order on immigration will affect millions of unauthorized immigrants. Obama has turned a population roughly equal to Alabama into taxpayers who can live in America without fear of deportation, and this town yawns. All anyone really wants to talk about is whether the Republicans will completely freak out or manage to hold it together long enough for the government to function.
Roosevelt Elementary School kindergarteners enjoyed an early Thanksgiving feast of soup and rolls Tuesday as they donned traditional Thanksgiving garb.
Great Bend Middle School wrestlers traveled to Salina on Saturday to test their skills against Salina Lakewood, Clay Center, and McPherson. The panther wrestlers won their first match up with Salina Lakewood 63-39.
The United Way of Central Kansas is observing Giving Tuesday this coming Monday by combining efforts with the banks in Barton and Pawnee counties, said UWCK Executive Director Julie Bugner Smith.
LAHAINA, Hawaii (AP) - Kaleb Tarczewski scored 18 points, Gabe York added 15 and No. 3 Arizona hung on to win its first close game of the season, beating Kansas State 72-68 Tuesday in the Maui Invitational semifinals.