The hysterical reaction to Republican presidential hopeful Gov. Rick Perry's faith is about as overblown as his home state of Texas is big.
India's Ganges River has become famously polluted, in part by reverent Hindu pilgrims who toss "offerings" (such as clothing, statues and the cremated ashes of loved ones) into it in hope of prosperous lives and holy afterlives.
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Danny Duffy had thrown Robinson Cano nearly everything in his arsenal in the fourth inning.
DeleteThe Walnut Bowl youth sign up is set for Saturday from 1-3 p.m.
MANHATTAN (AP) - It's usually worth taking notice whenever Bill Snyder decides to single out a player the first week of fall camp. After all, the longtime Kansas State coach rarely doles out public praise.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma State megabooster T. Boone Pickens believes the Big 12 will survive the latest conference realignment threat, and suggests that Texas A&M stay put instead of joining the Southeastern Conference.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) - The Kansas City Chiefs have a kicking conundrum, just like the rest of the NFL.
Starting Sept. 3, members of the Great Bend-Brit Spaugh Zoo's Zoological Society will be allowed to fish at the zoo's ponds. Fishing will be allowed on the first Saturday of each month from 1-5 p.m. Zoo Director Scott Gregory said those coming to fish must first check in at the front desk to get a stamp. Fishers must show their zoological society member card, and will be allowed to bring in two guests.
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Leadership Golden Belt is accepting applications for the 2011 class, which begins Sept. 9.
Barton Community College is accepting enrollments now for fall mini classes that will allow participants to build or enhance their creativity and computer skills. The mini classes to be offered this fall are InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and Web Basics II, and From Yearbook to Webmaster. Barton's Web Content Management Specialist Dana Allison will teach the classes in the Technical Building, T-111.
The recent spate of measurable earthquakes in Oklahoma, California, and even in Kansas have prompted some consumers and the media to wonder about earthquake insurance options.
The KHA Leadership Institute graduated its 13th class of 32 students on Aug. 22 at the Critical Issues Summit in Wichita. Students, including John Moshier from Clara Barton Hospital in Hoisington, Donita from St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center in Great Bend, were nominated by their hospital's CEO to be part of this select group. They represent the future leaders of Kansas hospitals.
HOISINGTON - The results of the Hoisington Labor Day contests were: