Happy Friday, everybody, and God bless America.
Farmers Bank and Trust is again assisting employees and their families with $5,000 in scholarships this year for their college students. The bank established an annual scholarship program to assist employees with the high costs of education as their children pursued their educational goals in their undergraduate degree.
Kyle Petheridge, disobey traffic signal, dismissed
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Mike Moustakas homered leading off the 11th inning, and the Kansas City Royals kept rolling in their first postseason in 29 years with a 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels in the AL Division Series opener Thursday night.
Whooping cough, measles and other preventable illnesses are making a comeback, thanks to an anti-vaccine movement whose members might surprise you.
UDAIPUR, India - A five-month-old dog found smothered in rock-hard tar was barely recognizable when rescue workers found him but, after two days of rescue efforts, was finally able to walk free, according to CNN.
As a working mother, it may seem that the days of peace and serenity will never come again. Whether it's packing lunches, rushing kids to the bus stop, rocking your day job, or making dinner and putting kids to bed, you are constantly on the go, and you are amazing. But you may not always feel amazing. In fact, you probably feel like you can never do enough for your kids, and you never get enough time or yourself. Well, here's a few tips that can hopefully save you some trouble.
After appearing to gain some momentum that past couple of weeks, the Barton Community College volleyball team seems to have lost it in a pair of matches this week.
It was a great effort, but it came up just short.
MANHATTAN - As Kansas State coach Bill Snyder reviewed tape of last Saturday's 58-28 win over UTEP, he caught a glimpse of arguably one of his fastest defenses since his return in 2008.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Alex Smith arrived in San Francisco with the pressure of being the No. 1 overall draft pick. He got called a draft bust, then turned the tide to win back those same fans who had booed him out of Candlestick Park.
LIBERAL - Ramon Hernandez, 91, formerly of Great Bend, passed away on Oct. 1 at the Southwest Medical Center in Liberal. He was born on June 10, 1923, at Los Alamos de San Antonio, Ojinaga, Mexico. On Nov. 17, 1947, he was united in marriage to Eloisa Tercero at Ojinaga, Mexico. The family moved to Great Bend in 1991. Ramon enjoyed reading and music and was an outdoors person who loved gardening. He was known as a very happy person.
SALINA - Jose Diaz Martinez, 84, passed away Sept. 30. He was born on July 30, 1930, in Throckmorton, Texas. He owned and operated A-1 Body Shop as an auto body mechanic for 17 years.
A Great Bend woman who has attended several of the Cancer Center Kitchen Therapy sessions is hoping for a big turnout at the next presentation. It will be the last one of the year.
At the Lyons Invitational Debate Tournament, the GBHS debate team placed first overall. In the novice division the three man team of Uriel Renteria, Becca Kay and, Sara Allen placed 5th with a 4/1 win/loss record. Also in the Novice division the team of Kylynn Keeler and Hadley Murphy placed 6th with a 4/1 win/loss record. The open division the team of Kris Gieck and Carter Sheffield went undefeated with a 5/0 win/loss record placed 5th and the team of Aaron Miller and Ashtin Heath placed 7th with a 4/1 win/loss record ...
one2one presents the collaborative group exhibition "Pop-Machine" by current visiting Artist Rebecca Parks-Ramage,
It's time to dust off that recipe from last winter and make a big pot of chili for entry in the 5th Annual Charity Chili Cook-off. This year's event will take place on Lakin Street between Main and Kansas.
Great Bend Middle School parent/teacher conferences will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Oct. 20 and 21, and from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Oct. 23. Call the office, 620-793-1510, to schedule a conference time.
President Obama and his Democratic allies are claiming credit for the latest in a string of positive jobs reports, but if they had their way it wouldn't have happened. Why? According to empirical research by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York: "most of the persistent increase in unemployment during the Great Recession can be accounted for by the unprecedented extensions of unemployment benefit eligibility."
Welcome to Rocktober, Baby. That's what all the rock and roll radio stations call this, the 10th month of the year. Doesn't require more than a casually cocked ear to realize the airwaves are flooded with concerts and giveaways and promotional tie-ins. All in the name of Rocktober, Baby.
Have yourself a good laugh when you feel stressed, particularly as you grow older, suggests the Association of Mature American Citizens. It's a well-known stress reducer and now investigators have found that it may minimize those senior moments.
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?
Do you outsource?