For those with wounded hearts who struggle with doubt and fear, hope will be offered at 7 p.m. on Wednesday nights, beginning May 18 at Healing Hearts Ranch, 115 SE Ave. in Great Bend.
Preceptor Delta Zeta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi announces the recipients of this year's scholarships. Ellinwood High School seniors receiving the scholarships include: Rana Ahmadi, CJ Bookout, Jacob Christiansen, Montara Johansen, Derek Moos, Brittany Pflughoeft, Reba Thomas, and Brett Whelan. Each student will receive a $200 scholarship.
Christian concert scheduled LARNED - Larned Church of the Nazarene and Overbey Ministries in Macksville will sponsor an evening of Christian music at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Larned Community Center. The concert is free with a love offering to be taken. For information, call (620) 285-6392 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. The featured entertainer will Larry Howard, the founder of the southern rock band Grinderswitch. In 1980, Howard quit Grinderswitch and his life of drugs after ...
Eunice McPherson Braden 1912 - 2011 LYONS - Eunice McPherson Braden, 98, died May 12 at the Rice County District Hospital in Lyons. She was born Nov. 11, 1912 in rural Lyons, the daughter of Grover Ward and Carrie C. Shumway, McPherson. In 1929, she graduated from Lyons High School. She earned her teaching certificate from Sterling College. A resident of Lyons since 1992, formerly of Bushton, Buhler and Ellinwood, she was a homemaker and ...
Donald Lee "Duke" Augustine 1938 - 2011 ELLIS - Donald Lee "Duke" Augustine, 72, died May 10 at the Hays Medical Center. He was born Sept. 5, 1938, the son of Joseph and Sophie (Weber) Augustine. He was employed as a janitor for St. Mary's Catholic School and Fort Hays State University. He enjoyed doing crossword puzzles, playing Bingo and lottery tickets. Mr. Augustine was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church and a 4th ...
AmeriCorps members through Catholic Social Services are sponsoring a course to help people in need learn how to be smart with their money and credit score. The Class will be offered free of charge from 1-3 p.m. Tuesday, May 17, at Catholic Social Services, 2201 16th St. in Great Bend.
Background: In early January Unified School District 428 administration met with GBNEA President, Emily Mulch, and the three school nurses, Cindy Prescott, Linda Johnson, and Millie Hill. The discussion was centered around developing a program that would motivate staff at USD 428 to develop healthier lifestyles. Through this meeting and several others a plan was designed to have a contest in which teams of four employees could participate in any or all of the following ...
Most people plan their week's projects, vacations and dinner, but very few spend adequate time asking themselves "What's next?" Avoiding or ignoring that question can decimate a lifetime of asset accumulation.
Some heated discussion took place at Monday night's meeting of the Central Plains USD 112 board of education regarding the replacement of bleachers at the Claflin Junior-Senior High School football field.
MIAMI (AP) - Shaquille O'Neal limped off Miami's court silently Wednesday night, into the offseason.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Kevin Durant's work was done early. After three quarters. Not three overtimes. Instead of hunting down key shots, he was tracking down a T-shirt from the stands and reveling in the Oklahoma City Thunder's 99-72 blowout of the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night that gave them their first series lead in the Western Conference semifinals. The Thunder lead 3-2 heading into Game 6 on Friday night in Memphis. They got there ...
NEW YORK (AP) - Eric Hosmer's family rose from their seats at Yankee Stadium, watching his first career home run go soaring into the second deck in right field.
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody? The Auto Club predicted Monday that gas prices at the pump could drop 75 cents a gallon by the start of summer. In Los Angeles, gasoline is approaching $5 a gallon. It's costing people $10 to burn down their houses for the insurance money. McDonald's announced a billion-dollar interior re-design in its U.S. restaurants. They will have leather chairs, muted colors, sit-down counters, flat-screen TVs, and Internet ...
President Obama had a busy week. After helping to eliminate the world's number one terrorist, Obama switched gears to focus on raising a record $1 billion in campaign contributions. Rather than capitalizing on bin Laden's demise by using an event to rally allies in a focused campaign to finish the job to root out bin Laden's more notorious associates - Obama is rallying supporters to donate their capital so he can build up his campaign ...
"I thought, 'Man, is this what Jesus would do?'" said Akron, Ohio, repo man Ken Falzini, after surviving a short, harrowing ride clinging to the hood of the Lexus he was trying to repossess from Bishop Marc Neal of Akron's Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church.
HOISINGTON - Hoisington Cemetery employees request that all arrangements and grave decorations on the ground and not at the head of the grave be removed to allow for maintenance of the grounds by Monday, June 10.
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This week's Chamber of Commerce Coffee will be hosted by Clara Barton Foundation, 250 W. 9th, Hoisington, at 9:30 a.m., Thursday. Ambassador in charge will be Jim Vopat with greeters Jan Westfall and Jill Fitzsimmons. Coffee, refreshments and door prizes will be available.
The City of Great Bend's newly formed committee to study the banning of pit bulls will hold an organizational meeting at 9 a.m. Wednesday, June 12, at the City Council chambers, 1209 Williams. The meeting is open to the public.
Since the Obama administration has confessed to spying on journalists at the Associated Press and Fox News, have you noticed there are more stories about the Obama scandals in the news?
As amateur news hounds gain power and influence through social media, the definition of "journalist" has ripened for philosophical debate. But now it's becoming a legal issue – one that could hamper efforts to protect the news profession at the very time federal lawmakers are awakening to the need to do so.
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