It is safe to say over the last year almost everyone in some fashion has thought about the government, what it should or shouldn't do, and whether it can do anything well. Lately with the events in Washington and over the last year with events transpiring in Topeka a strong diversity of opinion is evident. Like many discussions regarding government, opposing opinions frame the questions in pretty stark black and white terms. Agriculture is no different in this respect as the industry is constantly aware of and dealing with various aspects of local, state, and federal government bureaucracies. Rather ...
October 13, 2013|
Dr. Victor L. Martin
ATHENS, Ga. - Receiver Bud Sasser threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to L'Damian Washington in the fourth quarter after quarterback James Franklin left with a shoulder injury and Missouri held off Georgia for a 41-26 victory.
HOISINGTON - In a game where momentum swung on penalties and mistakes, the Hoisington High School Cardinals resorted to old-fashioned, smash-mouth football to topple the Larned Indians from the ranks of the unbeaten, 27-9.
October 12, 2013|
By Charles Tabler
Special to the Tribune
Two Barton County women are bringing energy and professional skills to their new teaching positions at the Sunflower Diversified Services Early Education Center (EEC). Blythe Zimmerman is from Ellinwood and McKinley Phillips is a Great Bend native.