Pathways and ResCare HomeCare announce their employees of the month for September. Tina Bortz has been helping Pathways clients for less than one year, but has already proven to be a great asset to all of them. Tina is a team player who will do whatever is asked to help the clients and her co-workers. She is very motivated and gives the clients the best possible care. Tina never complains, but instead is always cheerful, ...
The Big Bend Bike Rally Poker Run, sponsored by Bikers of Central Kansas, will be held on Sunday. The run will begin at 10 a.m. with the last bike in at 4 p.m. Cost is $10 per hand or $25 for three hands. After drawing the first card, poker run participants will leave the Great Bend Expo Complex and enjoy a scenic ride around beautiful Lake Wilson heading to the K-18 Cafe. From the K-18 ...
HUTCHINSON – While visiting the Kansas State Fair on Sunday, Keith and Tammy Bell of Great Bend stopped by the Kansas Lottery Building to try their luck at winning a "muscle car" in a second-chance drawing. Although they didn't win the car, they did walk away with a $5,000 cash prize playing a $5 Muscle Car Money instant scratch ticket.
NEW YORK (AP) - Representatives for NBA owners and players will meet twice this week, perhaps only days before training camps would have to be postponed without a new labor deal. Staffs from both sides will meet Wednesday without leadership from either side, a person with knowledge of the plans said Tuesday. Commissioner David Stern, Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver, union executive director Billy Hunter, president Derek ...
'Boom' right back at ya According to a bailiff, convicted car thief Thomas Done, 33, spent almost a half-hour at his sentencing "shucking and jiving" Ogden, Utah, Judge Michael Lyon before finally finagling probation - instead of 15 years in prison - by expressing parental love for his young daughter and blaming his recidivist criminality on his girlfriend's infidelity. However, literally seconds after Judge Lyon announced probation, Done, noticing his girlfriend in the courtroom, made ...
Dear Editor, There have been numerous debates over the U.S. Postal Service losing immense amounts of money. Back when my late dad was growing-up at Gretna in Phillips County, that village had a post office (it no longer does). But mail back in the 1917-era was carried principally by trains. In smaller places: a large "mailbag" or "mailsack" might be dropped on a steel rod or spike by a passing train that never stopped. Mail-carriers ...
Generally speaking, generals do not tell lies. Nor are generals in the practice of concocting stories before congressional committees.
KINSLEY - The Macksville High School volleyball team split matches at the Central Plains League triangular in Kinlsey on Tuesday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Eric Hosmer went 5 for 5 with a three-run homer and Luis Mendoza got his first major league win in more than three years in the Kansas City Royals' 10-2 win over the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday night.
OTIS - The St. John High School volleyball swept the competition at the Otis-Bison triangular on Tuesday.
CONCORDIA - With four minutes left in the second overtime period, Barton Community College soccer player Jonson Shaad scored the winning goal to beat Cloud County on Tuesday afternoon.
NEW YORK (AP) - As the Big East tries to figure out a survival strategy, the Pac-12 is nearing a decision on whether it wants to stretch farther east.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Todd Haley is finding success to be just as fleeting as all the goodwill that comes with it.
ELLINWOOD - Harold Edward Boepple, 70, died Sept. 19 at St. Francis Via Christi Hospital in Wichita.
Hoisington NHS inducts new members
HOISINGTON - Sonja Dee Ritter, 49, died Nov. 21, 2013, at Clara Barton Hospital in Hoisington. She was born May 4, 1964, at Larned, the daughter of Raymond Lee and Patricia J. (Freeburg) Hanken.
Lending an ear to a person takes on a new meaning when it is part of the E.A.R.S. program. "Everyone Able to Read through Sharing," is a program that was created over 10 years ago through the Retired Senior Volunteer Program.
Last week, when Bill Clinton said President Obama should allow people to keep their health-insurance coverage - an early attempt to distance Hillary and himself from ObamaCare - I began to worry that the Clintons may be serious about another run at the White House.
"The holiday turkey sure looks grand this year," Dick Cheney said. "Why don't we go around the table and say what we're thankful for?"