RENO, Nev. (AP) - Federal investigators on Saturday began looking into what caused a 74-year-old pilot to lose control of his World War II-era plane and crash near a VIP section at a Reno air race in an accident that killed three people and sent dozens to the hospital.
From the plains of Central Kansas, to the hills of Hollywood?
Central Kansas Association for The Visually Impaired's annual Craft/Food Sale will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 23 and from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 24 at the Convent auditorium, 3600 Broadway, with easy access north of the Convent off 17th St. Baked goods, crafts, and new and used items will be available for purchase.
The anniversary tradition will continue with a balloon launch and other activities at Heartland Cancer Center (HCC), 204 Cleveland, on Sunday, Sept. 25.
When Stacy Hefley asks people to consider becoming hospice volunteers, she is not surprised when the answer is "no, thank you." But as marketing and volunteer coordinator at St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center, Hefley believes they may change their minds if they learn more about hospice.
Tom White, owner of Great Bend Refrigeration, 2112 Main, announced that Mike Johnson has joined the company as manager of the residential heating and cooling services. Johnson is a longtime Barton County resident with 39 years of experience in refrigeration, heating and air conditioning.
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A long time ago, "do it yourself" wasn't a marketing mantra for big box hardware stores. It was a way of life. People were adept at fixing things, making things, doing things.
The Kansas Wetlands Education Center, in partnership with the Fort Hays State University's Department of Art and Design's ceramics program, will be hosting a recycling art exhibition beginning next week entitled "Second Nature: Art from Reclaimed Objects," and recycling art workshops in November.
The semester at Barton is now in full swing. Tests have been taken, assignments turned in, and progress is being made. A new class in the Agriculture curriculum, Concepts for Agriculture, is designed to expose our Ag students receiving an AAS instead of an AS degree to materials that they otherwise wouldn't receive. The materials and concepts range from Newton's Laws of Motion to chemistry and hydrology to mathematics, measurements and terminology for agriculture. While great depth isn't possible, students are exposed to materials and concepts useful in future coursework and in their jobs. So what does ...
A new time for the entire family to worship. That's what the Larned church of the Nazarene will be offering on Saturday evenings starting on Sept. 24.
Surrendered Family Ministries invites area youth to attend the See You At The Pole Freedom Youth Rally at 7 p.m. on Sept. 25. Admission is free and it will be held at the Great Bend High School Auditorium. Worship will be led by area youth from different churches in the community.The youth rally will be held prior to See You at The Pole on Sept. 28, to help motivate students to gather together to pray. For more information contact Surrendered Family Ministries at 620-617-1132 or go to www.surrenderedfamilyministries.org
LARNED - In their recent study of Ernest Hemingway's novel, "A Farewell to Arms," Janet Fleske's Larned High School senior English students had the opportunity to interview Vietnam veterans, Dale Brownlee and Ed Crosby, and Jeremy Dutton, who is currently serving in the Reserves as a lieutenant in the Marine Corps.
LARNED - The Imagination Library is coming to Jordaan Memorial Library from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
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Statisticians report that baby boomers are turning 65 years of age at a rate of 10,000 a day and that by the year 2030, twenty-percent of the U.S. population will be 65 or older, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens.
We all know that dark chocolate is good; now there's evidence that it's good for your health as well, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens.
When the CDC brought home to America two individuals who contracted the Ebola virus while providing humanitarian care in Liberia, I had the same conversation several times in one day.
Vox has the only quiz anyone ever needs to take about whether or not they have Ebola: Have you been in contact with the bodily fluids of someone who does have Ebola?
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A 5-year-old English girl is turning heads and opening wallets with stunning watercolor paintings that have drawn comparisons to Claude Monet, the French 19th century impressionist. In the process, she is also drawing renewed attention to the untapped potential often hidden by autism and the use of art therapy as a treatment and outlet for autistic children.
ALBUQUERQUE, NM - A teacher is helping students who don't have food to eat on the weekends when they are home from school.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The expectations that accompanied Mike Moustakas and Eric Hosmer were largely unfair, and anybody in the Kansas City Royals front office would probably be willing to admit it.
LENEXA - Tamba Hali fled Liberia when it was in the midst of a bloody civil war. Now that the West African nation is at the center of a very different crisis - an outbreak of Ebola - the Chiefs linebacker is lending his support to a humanitarian relief effort.
ST. LOUIS - Matt Adams and the Cardinals are moving on. Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers are going home.
MANHATTAN - Marcus Foster thinks Kansas State can compete for the Big 12 title. So the dynamic sophomore guard isn't paying much attention to any of his October accolades.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Chiefs seemed to have figured out their running game, which remains centered on Jamaal Charles. However, faced with critical third-and-shorts in the waning minutes against the 49ers, coach Andy Reid abandoned the run in favor of passes that kept falling incomplete.
OTIS - The Otis-Bison High School volleyball team split games at a home triangular on Tuesday evneing.
COFFEYVILLE - Make that 3-for-3.