New books at the Ellinwood School/Community Library: "Maybe This Time" by Jennifer Crusie. Andie Miller wants to get past her ex-husband and move on with her life. But then he calls with a real dilemma. He has just "inherited" two orphans from a distant cousin, and boy, does he need help! And then, when she moves into their spooky old house, she finds it's more than her ex-husband haunting her! "Wicked Appetite" ...
Rush County Community Choir will present a Christmas Cantata, "Night of the Father's Love" on Dec. 5 at 2 p.m. at the Hope Lutheran Church in Rush Center and at 4:30 p.m. at Peace Lutheran Church in Albert, four miles south, one mile west and 1/2 mile south of Albert.
The Streets of Bethlehem, a journey through the past to visit the birthplace of Christ, will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. on Dec. 5, 11 and 12 at St. Peter Lutheran Church, 205 S. County Road, in Holyrood. Tours leave every 10 to 15 minutes. Admission is free with entertainment while you wait, live animals and refreshments. See the town where Jesus was born and experience what the shopkeepers and townspeople saw and heard that night.
Fiction: Face Of Betrayal, Lis Wiehl; Hazard, Michael Senuta; A Taste Of Romance, Roni Denholtz; The Christmas Bargain, Sarita Leone; Murder In The Mangroves, Marty Ambrose; The Suitor List, Shirley Marks; Ring Around His Heart, C.J. Love; Trail's End, Mack Curlee; Mary, Janis Newman; The Weight, Andrew Vachss; Indulgence In Death, J.D. Robb; Out Of The Shadows, Sheryl Leonard; Konniger's Woman, Terrell Bowers; A Flickering Light, Jane Kirkpatrick; The Jewel Of His Heart, Maggie Brendan; ...
A local downtown business followed the lead of one of its suppliers and recently sponsored a fundraiser for Heartland Cancer Center patients. Beautiful Beginnings, 1523 Main, donated cash and a locally decorated prom dress to the HCC after the month-long event. "One of our companies, Brighton, designs a special bracelet each year for breast cancer awareness month, with proceeds going to the Susan G. Komen Foundation," ...
The Great Bend Public Library will show an after-school movie on Friday, and will hold a tree-trimming party on Saturday, Children's Librarian Eric Coulbourne said. Friday's movie starts at 3:30 p.m. The movie is about a doubting boy who, on Christmas Eve, boards a magical train that's headed to the North Pole and Santa Claus's home. Free popcorn will be served. Saturday's tree-trimming party will be from 2-4 p.m. in ...
Christian-based recovery programs Celebrate Recovery - 6-30-8:30 p.m. Mondays at Grace Community Church, 210 McKinley St., Great Bend. The group is open to all adults, and deals with addictions and hurts, hang-ups and habits. The Serenity Seekers, a Christian-centered 12 Step program Alcoholics Anonymous (cl) closed (o) open (bb) big book (n/s) non-smoking (ls) literature study A.A.: Ellinwood Group A.A.: Grapevine Group ...
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody? President Obama taped an interview with this week in which he revealed he has Stevie Wonder, the Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan on his iPod. Unfortunately the interview question asked him what he planned to do about North Korea. Senate Republicans proposed a bill Tuesday to scale back the health care reform law. Doctors are experiencing a huge increase in demand for medical services. Tiger Woods is ...
Four years ago I had hip replacement surgery - which involves having an implant containing metal - and that means that every time I fly, which is often, a Transportation Safety Administration employee passes a wand over my body to be sure I'm not concealing some explosive device on my person.
New York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino, waging a particularly contentious battle, mailed out a flier in the past election, suggesting that Democratic state politicians are corrupt, with photos of seven of that party's current and recent office-holders and accompanied by a special odor-triggering paper that releases a "garbage-scented" smell when exposed to air - and which supposedly grows even more foul over time.
With only a few months left until Habitat for Humanity plans to break ground on their next building project, the nonprofit organization's board is hosting their second-annual "Barton County's Got Talent" dinner theater with hopes for raising at least $15,000. These funds will be acquired through a combination of ticket sales, table sponsorships from local business, and free will donations at the event.
Beverly Prescott of Larned and Sr. Patricia Martinez of Great Bend were honored for their service as Foster Grandparent volunteers at the November In-service and Holiday Luncheon held at Cedar Park Place in Great Bend on Nov. 17th.
ST LOUIS Mo. - The Internal Revenue Service is looking for almost 112,000 taxpayers who are missing regular refund checks totaling more than $164.6 million.
Fourteen GBHS scholars participated in the 32nd annual Fort Hays State University Math Relays. Approximately 542 participants from 44 schools competed at this annual event. GBHS placed 5th overall out of ten teams in the 4 – 6A school category.
Look Good...Feel Better® makeover sessions are offered to women currently undergoing cancer treatment. The session is scheduled from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 29, at the Heartland Cancer Center at 204 Cleveland in Great Bend. Attendees need to register with Vickie Jo Miller at (620)549-3602 or at the Heartland Cancer Center (620)792-5511.
BILLINGS, Mo. - Robert (Bob) Raymond Ewald, 81, passed away on May 2, in Billings, Mo. He was born on July 30, 1931 in Great Bend. On June 4, 1954, he married Shirley Joan Ewald (Wolfe) in Ellinwood. He worked at Blount Industries for 20 years.
A benefit dinner and dance for Laura Brown, who was diagnosed with cancer, will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday at the Elks Lodge, 1120 Kansas. A silent auction will be held from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Proceeds will go to help pay medical expenses. Tickets may be purchased at the door or in advance by contacting Rick Schwager at 786-5255; Becky Sigler at 617-3321; Courtney Kelly at 282-0608; or Chadd Brown at 282-1064.
Put on your tinfoil hats everybody. Or didn't you get the memo? Its paranoia time in America again. Maybe it's the spring that brings out the crazy in our legislators. Of course, that would assume a semblance of sanity the other three seasons, and nobody wants to bet anything more than lunch money on that proposition.
"America's global leadership in mobile, and the strategic bandwidth advantage so many have worked hard to create, is being threatened by the looming spectrum crunch," recently departed Federal Communications (FCC) Chairman Julius Genachowski said.
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