The monthly jam session/pot luck regularly held at the Deines Cultural Center will be held this Sunday, at 820 N. Main in Russell.
To be honest, I didn't follow the Casey Anthony case very closely at all. Aside from the occasional article and headline that I saw, I was virtually clueless.
Dear Editor, It is a well know fact that the powerful and the wealthy have, through out history, taken advantage of the poor and weak. Their ability to control the political world, uses this clout to perpetuate their wealth and or greed. I must be the only person in Kansas who has the grit to stand up and say to our elected officials that all I care about is a tax policy that treats everyone ...
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody? Casey Anthony will be released from Orlando jail on Saturday amid fears of civil unrest in Orlando. Police are making arrangements for public safety. Three reality show producers are bidding for the right to film Casey's first night out drinking after three years without a drop. President Obama vowed Monday to continue White House budget negotiations until both parties agree to settle. He admitted he was willing ...
Tonya McDowell, 33, an off-and-on homeless person in Bridgeport, Conn., was arrested by police in nearby Norwalk and charged with felony theft - of $15,686 worth of "services" from the city.
The Great Bend Recreation Commission will be hosting a USTA Youth Jr. Open Tennis Tournament on Friday at Veterans Memorial Park.
MOENCHENGLADBACH, Germany (AP) - The Americans feel just fine, thank you, not tired a bit. The high they were on after that epic Brazil game? That's so yesterday.
PHOENIX (AP) - Major league teams are reviewing stadium safety following the death of a fan at a Texas Rangers game last week, while still encouraging players to toss balls into the stands.
PHOENIX (AP) — Pitching, speed and a little bit of power. The National League is back on top in the All-Star game, using the same formula that worked during its dominating run in the 1970s and ‘80s.
Heartland Cancer Center's monthly Cancer Support Group will meet at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 19, at the center, 204 Cleveland St., Great Bend. This will be a sharing meeting. Cancer support meetings and activities are open to all individuals currently fighting the disease, cancer survivors, or families and friends of those involved in all phases of the cancer fight. For more information call Dana Foss, 620-793-5811 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Barton County Jail Booked July 8 Rachel Kelley, Larned - Probation violation Leonardo Torres-Saloman Jr., Great Bend - Serve sentence Tashina Diaz, Great Bend - Serve sentence Randy Dent, Great Bend - warrants for possession of anhydrous ammonia and probation violation; he was also booked for flee and elude, reckless driving, basic speed rule, fail to yield at stop sign, left of center and no turn signal Malcolm ...
ELLSWORTH - Robert Dale Nienke Sr., 77, died July 11, 2011, in Ellsworth. Born Mar. 14, 1934, at Ellsworth, he was the son of Reinhart H. "Rein" and Pauline C. (Zorn) Nienke. A former resident of Salina, he had lived in Ellsworth for six years. He was retired from Enron Corporation and was a United States Army veteran. On Aug. 5, 1956, he married Elaine McCarty in Holyrood. She preceded him in death on June 19, 2009.
WICHITA - Dr. Robert D. Smith, 59, met his Heavenly Father on July 8, 2011. Bob was the son-in-law of Dr. and Mrs. Franklin Reinhardt of Great Bend. He was born in Kansas City, Mo., on Nov. 6, 1951, to DH and Patricia Smith. He leaves behind his wife, Roxie, son, Dr. Brian Smith (Emily) of Wichita, and daughter Abby Andrus (Adam) of Denver, Colo.
PHOENIX (AP) - Robinson Cano thought about hitting the Miller Lite sign, a 472-foot drive off an advertisement a good 50 feet or more above and well behind the swimming pool at Chase Field. "That was my favorite one I'm going to have that in my mind for the next two or three weeks. I wonder how far could it be, that ...
PHOENIX (AP) - When Prince Fielder came to the plate in the Home Run Derby, he was showered with boos.
The image of Mom with her nose buried in the front page, Dad reading the sports page and the kids chuckling their way through the comics, harkens back to long ago days when news exposure in the home was a family affair. Sections of the daily paper were shared just like the space around the glow of the round radio dial and later the television set.
Come on, Oprah.
We humans like to divide time into neat little boxes based on dates, but the case can be made that the styles, policies, manners and mores of one ten-year period usually spill over into the next.
With the growing season over, it's time to put your feet up and relax, right? There are no weeds to pull, or watering to be done. The harvest is in, and now it's time to enjoy a little down time. Well, maybe not just yet. There is still some time to treat your soils and do a little preparation for next spring. In Barton County, we have a pretty high Ph. We can't be sure ...
A good local health care system may itself be part of the prescription for maintaining a healthy rural economy.
Marketing Kansas-grown wheat to world buyers includes not only a quality and consistent crop, but strong relationships with those who buy it. For these reasons and more, sales of hard red winter wheat to Latin America have increased significantly in marketing year 2013/2014 with year to date sales to Central and South America at 5.33 MMT.
Kansas State University's WinterDance 2013 will feature ballet, modern, jazz, tap, a new West African social dance and more.
The weather over the last few days has provided an exclamation point to the end of the 2013 cropping season. With the exception of some fields of grain sorghum waiting to be harvested, crops are in the bin and the wheat that was going to be planted has been. Now is a time, unless you have cattle, to slow down a little and catch a breath. Or at least it used to be a "down" ...