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.
Shirley Flick, CFP, has been selected by her broker-dealer, Cambridge Investment Research Inc., to participate in an exclusive Leaders Club workshop. Cambridge rep-advisors were asked to participate based on their dedication to quality service and prominent levels of success.
When Dannie'll Heaton worked at a church in Russell, she saw first-hand how Office Products Inc. provides customer service. She liked what she saw and now is an OPI sales representative at the company's Russell location.
Not only is Velda Hudnall of Great Bend the biggest cheerleader for her husband, Harold, she also is rooting for the local Parkinson's Support Group at St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center. Harold was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease 13 years ago.
Great Bend Regional Hospital employees participated in "Turing Our Town Purple" last Monday in observance of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Employees were encouraged to wear purple, creating a powerful statement honoring the strength of battered women and their children and raising awareness.
Donations in the amount of $807.30 from an annual Music for Mission concert were recently presented to Pastor Adam Wutka, president of Barton County Emergency Aid. Making the presentation are Carol Woodmansee, chairman of the Mission Outreach Team, and the Rev. Scott Solether, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Great Bend.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The serious expression beneath Kansas City head coach Andy Reid's bushy moustache finally started to curl up into a smile when the history of the Chiefs and Raiders was broached this week.
Lincoln Mayorga, versatile pianist and performer who has enjoyed one of the busiest studio careers in Hollywood, will present the Golden Belt Community Concert Association's next concert set for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, at the Great Bend Municipal Auditorium, Lakin and Stone.