Chelsea Alexander will become a familiar face to many local and area families that have children with developmental delays. As the new early childhood special education teacher at Sunflower's Early Education Center, she is visiting family homes and sharing her expertise.
It was 35 years ago this spring that Golden Belt Home Health & Hospice (GBHH&H) offered services to its first patient.
The Presbyterian Women of Great Bend will hold their Annual Rummage Sale on Saturday, April 5th from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall at First Presbyterian Church, 24th & Washington in Great Bend. A variety of items will be priced starting at 25 cents and up. For more information, contact Carol at 620-793-8234.
WICHITA - Remnant of Israel Messianic Synagog will celebrate its Community Passover Seder at 6 p.m. Monday, April 14, at the Corporate Caterers Banquet Hall located at 2949 N. Rock Road in Wichita.
ELLINWOOD - Immanuel United Church of Christ, 701 North Fritz., Ellinwood, will hold its 11th Annual Hog Feed from 5-7 p.m. on April 6, at the church. Freewill donations will be accepted.
Critter Ministry will hold a meeting at 6 p.m. Sunday, April 5, in the Burnside Room of the Carol Soden Recreation Center, 1214 Stone St., in Great Bend. The Rev. Arthur Crider said the purpose of the meeting is, "To change the face of a nation one soul at a time."
HUTCHINSON - An opportunity to offer a chance for change is the purpose of the annual Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale scheduled April 11 and 12 at the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson. The event raises funds for Mennonite Central Committee, a world relief organization (mcc.org).
LARNED - A program that visually explains Jewish Passover traditions and their relation to the Last Supper will be presented at 6 p.m. Friday, April 4, at the United Methodist Church, 701 Main St., in Larned.
Grace Community Church, 210 McKinley St., will host the next Lenten Luncheon at noon Wednesday, April 2. Host pastor is Jay Beouy, and the speaker will be Roy Savage, a retired Great Bend pastor.
Money raised at the annual Monterrey Dinner allowed the First Congregational United Church of Christ's outreach committee to donate $3,186.36 to Star of Hope.
The Great Bend Recreation Commission will host a free Stop 'N Learn session titled, "Age Sense – Adapting To Life's Changes," from noon to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, April 1, at the Great Bend Activity Center, 2715 18th St.
Delete Great Bend Public Library will show "Catching Fire," the second movie in the "Hunger Games" series, at 4 p.m. Monday, March 31, for Teen Movie Monday, open to students in grades 7-12.
A global survey of 68 countries (including our allies) at the end of 2013 conducted by Gallup and the Worldwide Independent Network now rates America as the biggest threat to world peace on the planet. Pakistan was the runner up, closely followed by China. Afghanistan, Iran, Israel and North Korea are equally tied for fourth place.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas freshman Joel Embiid is entering the NBA draft after a breakthrough season that ended with a stress fracture in his back that kept the 7-footer out of the NCAA tournament.
ELLSWORTH - Central Plains High School's boys' tennis team won the Ellsworth Invitational on Tuesday evening.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Royals' Alex Gordon knew he put a good swing on the pitch, and he knew that his high fly ball had a chance to clear the outfield wall the way the wind was gusting out.
BUHLER - The Great Bend High School boys' tennis team couldn't get things going in the quadrangular in Buhler on Tuesday evening.
Many schools already have had their spring football games, those glorified scrimmages that are usually just for show. Kansas State is just getting into the meat of its practice schedule.
AUGUSTA, Ga. - A quick stroll across the manicured landscape of Augusta National afforded a glimpse of why this Masters is so hard to figure out.
The Hoisington Fire Department spent much of Tuesday and Wednesday extinguishing the remnants of 80 large round bales of hay at 850 NW 50 Ave.
Barton County Sheriff
Cathy Estes acknowledged the situation is bittersweet.
Angela DeVore, chaplain at St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center, has been participating in the Cancer Center Kitchen Therapy events this year and encourages others to join in.