LUBBOCK, Texas - Seth Doege passed for six touchdowns and a career-high 504 yards while Texas Tech's defense shut down Geno Smith and No. 5 West Virginia as the Red Raiders upset the Mountaineers 49-14 on Saturday.
TOPEKA - Great Bend High School freshman Macy Moyers advanced to today's medal rounds of the Class 5A state tennis tournament.
TOPEKA - On the biggest stage in Class 5A tennis - the state tournament - it was a tough day against stiff competition for Great Bend High School's youthful tennis team on Friday at Kossover Tennis Center.
DALLAS - Damien Williams broke off a 95-yard touchdown run for the longest rush in Red River Rivalry history, Blake Bell powered his way in for four TDs and No. 13 Oklahoma got its second straight blowout of No. 15 Texas, winning 63-21 on Saturday afternoon.
LIBERAL - The Great Bend High School volleyball team finished third in the Western Athletic Conference tournament on Saturday.
LAWRENCE - Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy has grown accustomed to seeing his quarterbacks and running backs pile up big numbers for one of the nation's most prolific offenses.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are bracing for a heavy dose of Jamaal Charles when they face the struggling Chiefs today.
HOISINGTON - The Ellinwood High School boys' cross-country team turned in a perfect score at a Mid-Central Activities Association meet on Thursday evening.
ST. LOUIS - Eddie Lacy and T.J. Yeldon gave top-ranked Alabama a pair of 100-yard rushers in the same game for the first time this season and the duo combined for five scores in a soggy, weather-delayed win over Missouri, 42-10.
The services will be the same but the location will be different at this year's drive-through flu-shot clinic sponsored by St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center. The clinic is going back to its roots after a few years at the Great Bend Library parking lot.
Domincan Sisters of Peace is showing movies with a message in the auditorium at the Great Bend Motherhouse. Movies begin at 6:15 p.m. and include refreshments and discussion. A freewill donation is requested.
LeeRoy A. Legleiter, 78, died Oct. 12 at Via Christi St. Francis Regional Medical Center, Wichita. He was born July 17, 1934, at Liebenthal, the son of Anton and Genevieve (Schaffer) Legleiter. He married Leota Meier on June 13, 1959, at Hays. A Great Bend resident since 1969, coming from Hays, he was production superintendent for Coronado Oil, retiring in 1999.
Since stress is at the core of many health issues, St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center is sponsoring a free presentation on Tai Chi, which combines breathing, visualization and gentle movements to cleanse the body of tension and pressure.
On Tuesday the Great Bend Panthers traveled to Garden City for a triangular meet with Garden City and Holcomb. The Great Bend girls won the competition by rolling a team series of 2223 and earned six of the possible 11 points. The girls were led in scoring by sophomore Allie Brodrick's 577 series which earned her a 3rd place medal in the contest. Other Lady Panthers who rolled big games include: senior Addie Soukup's 238 game and sophomore McKenzy Black's games of 194 and 201. Four Lady Panthers rolled series of 500 or better including: Allie Brodrick ...
The task was a big one indeed. Traveling to face the top ranked team in the nation on its home court. It was a task that proved too tall for the Barton Community College women to accomplish.
Just guessing here, but I imagine forecasters at the Weather Channel are embarrassed about having to give winter storms names like "Juno," "Kari" and "Linus." Juno is what they called the almost-big one that hit the Northeast in late January. My radar says marketing gurus, not meteorologists, are behind this nonsense.
The full-court press is on from every organ of enlightened liberal opinion: the Supreme Court must not decide this term's big Obamacare case, King v. Burwell, on the actual legal merits, which are a slam-dunk for the plaintiffs. Instead, supporters of the government want the case decided on the consequences of the Court stopping the flow of illegal subsidies. And they want to ignore the fact that stopping the subsidies will actually free millions of people in opt-out states from the individual and employer mandates. They only want to talk about people who would lose subsidies.
The scheduled program at the Senior Center, 2005 Kansas Ave., titled, "Money Habitudes" at 1:00 p.m. today has been cancelled. It will still be held from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday at the Great Bend Activity Center, 2715 18th. For more information call the Recreation Commission office at 793-3755 ext. 2 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.