JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Maurice Jones-Drew remains as passionate as ever about his value.
NEW YORK (AP) - Replacement officials probably can't start the regular season as poorly as they did the preseason.
HUTCHINSON - Stephanie (Stinnett) Keating, 58, died August 31. Funeral Services will be at 11 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 4 at Buhler Mortuary Chapel, Buhler. The family will greet friends one hour prior to the service at the mortuary.
Virginia "Gini" I. Sharp, 83, retired secretary, homemaker, and owner of Wheat Weaving Creations, passed away Aug. 31. Gini was a charter member of Woodlawn Baptist Church est. in 1955, actively serving in many different capacities. She was founder of the Wichita Wheat Weavers' Guild and past president of the National Association of Wheat Weavers. She was also past president of the Roger Williams Association of the American Baptist Women's Ministries and editor for the Association for the past 12 years. She was also a member of the P.E.O. Sisterhood Chapter GE.
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - With fifth-ranked Oregon heavily favored in its nonconference schedule, Ducks head coach Chip Kelly must strike a balance between playing his starters and giving his backups valuable live-game experience.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Southern California hadn't even taken the Coliseum field for its first game after its football postseason ban ended before reports of even more possible NCAA violations surfaced.
Adam David Andrulis, 5, died Sept. 1 at Lyons. Services are pending with Bryant Funeral Home, 1425 Patton Road, Great Bend.
Marie Alice McNett, 86, died Sept. 1 at Great Bend Regional Hospital. She was born Feb. 7, 1926 at Red Rock, Okla. the daughter of Leonard and Libby (Bradwell) Ward. She married Champ McNett at Great Bend. He died Feb. 27, 1994.
Each September, emergency management agencies across the United States observe the month as "Emergency Preparedness Month" to highlight the need for everyone to be prepared for natural and man-made disasters of all kinds.
Wheatland Electric will replace the power poles along North Washington from 30 Road to 50 Road.
Editor's note: These notes were submitted to Leslie Barrett of Great Bend Military Moms by soldiers who received care packages from the organization.
Richard and Joan Wagner of Topeka will celebrate their 50th anniversary on Sept. 7.
Monte and Jolene Albert announce the engagement of their daughter Kari Anne Albert, to Brant Neil Mellies, son of Dave and Lori Mellies.
Glenn and Thelma Brack of Hoisington celebrated their 55th anniversary on Aug. 19. The couple was united in marriage on Aug. 19, 1957 in Wichita Falls, Texas. They have two children, Burton and Breta, and six grandchildren.
Matt and Jennifer Gilmore of Pittsburg announce the birth of their daughter, Norah Grace on Aug. 1 at Via Christi in Pittsburg. She weighed 7 lbs. and was 20 inches long. She has a big sister, Mariella.
There are many exciting things planned for 2015 at Ellinwood School/Community Library. The Smithsonian Exhibit, "Hometown Teams" will begin January 30th with a Chamber Coffee. Be watching for the various activities scheduled with this event.
Elizabeth Warren continues to bedazzle people precisely because she's not running for president. If she were to actually run for president, her power to bedazzle would diminish in a flash. To quote the sage Bob Dylan, "What looks large from a distance, close up ain't never that big."
A forester once told me that you know a drought is severe if you see Red Cedar trees dying. All around the county, you can see Cedars in tree rows and windbreaks dead and brown. If you are looking to replace your tree row, The Kansas Forest Service offers low-cost tree and shrub seedlings for use in conservation plantings. Plants are one to two years old and sizes vary from 5 to 18 inches, depending on species. Orders are accepted from now through the first full week in May each year, but order early to insure receiving the items you ...
Last week's column briefly discussed some of the reasons for the large changes in agriculture over the last century. Drivers for change included two World Wars, the Great Depression, economic conditions after WWII, and the Federal Government. One reader pointed out that the column almost painted war as a good thing for agriculture. That wasn't the intent. The fact is the driver for change and the development of new techniques and technologies is typically an event or events forcing and accelerating change. Now, how did events change farming over the last century.
USD 428 Board of Education will hold a special meeting at 5:30 p.m., on Monday at the District Education Center.
Many authors have documented the rise and fall of civilizations throughout time. Reasons for this rollercoaster effect are numerous-from human-influenced changes such as conquest, culture or religion, to events that occur in the natural environment including changes in climate or the presence of natural resources, such as soil.
Sarah Jean Neeland, Great Bend, a 2012 graduate of Great Bend High School, has earned a place on the fall 2014 Deans Honor Roll at Fort Hays State University. She is a senior majoring in elementary education.
Consumers who are interested in getting the most bang for their buck (and who isn't?) know to watch for sales. Most of us notice the patterns over time – holiday items on sale right after the holiday passes and white sales in January, for instance. Beyond that, many simply look for the best price at whatever time the need for an item arises.