ELLINWOOD - "A Lenten Meditation in Chant, Word and Song" will be presented by Father Pascal Klein from 2-3 p.m. on March 10 at Sts. Peter and Paul Church.
As one who frequently works from home, I believe Yahoo's Marissa Mayer has seriously erred in removing that option for her staff. I've kept a diary of my productivity, and I'm forwarding this rundown of a typical day to Ms. Mayer, urging her to reconsider.
An old vaudeville joke went like this: "Do I look like an idiot? Do I look like a jerk who doesn't know what's going on? Do you think I'm dumb? Don't answer that!"
Made possible by Star of Hope of Ellinwood, illusionist Reza will bring his renowned magic stage show to Great Bend Sunday.
John Dorsey hasn't wasted any time since he was hired to replace Scott Pioli as the general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs, making a series of bold moves to shore up the roster.
EMPORIA - It wasn't some of their best work.
As part of an ongoing effort to improve the quality of visitor experience delivered within the Great Bend community and along the national scenic byway corridor, training and certification as an interpretive host will be offered free of charge this month.
Sometime between 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 27 and 12:30 p.m. on the 28th, an Arctic Cat four-wheeler valued at $8,422 was stolen from Gottschalk Equiptment, at 160 south U.S. 281, near Great Bend. Police Chief Dean Akings, speaking for Crime Stoppers, reports the vehicle is sunset orange in color and its vehicle identification number is 4UF13ATV3DT208637.
LACROSSE - Glenn F. Morrison, 83, died March 4, 2013 at Rush County Memorial Hospital in LaCrosse.Born July 13, 1929 in Baileyville, he was the son of Lee Dennis and Avis Lee (Mann) Morrison. He was married to Joyce Barker in Great Bend. The couple had four children. A resident of Barton and Rush Counties most of his life, as a young man, he worked at Thies Packing and Meadowgold Dairy. He later owned several furniture stores in Great Bend and LaCrosse. Even after retirement Glenn loved wheeling and dealing when he was not playing cards or Bingo.
GREAT BEND - Marshall William Mumford, 91, died March 8, 2013, at the Cherry Village, Great Bend.
OLMITZ – Anna Louise Hejny, 89, died March 6, 2013 at Good Samaritan Center, Olathe.
LARNED - Henry Andrew Kurtz Jr., 87, died March 6, 2013 at his daughter's home in Dodge City.
During last month's back-to-back snow storms, Kansas Department of Transportation snow crews pretreated and plowed nearly 880,000 lane miles of highway – enough to circle the earth 35 times.
A recent Travel Photography Workshop, hosted by Please Go Away™ Vacations and co-sponsored by The American Eagle Club of American State Bank, was a winner. It was presented by award winning photographer, and intrepid world traveler with Please Go Away™ Vacations, Ernie Lowden who, along with his wife Frances, traveled from Olathe to present the workshop.
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Larned's Scholar's Bowl competed at regionals at Ulysses. Team members are from left, Lauren Zerr, Josh East, Reed Russom, Kwinter Hartshorn, Wyatt Davis and Kate Schoeder. Andale, Rose Hill and Pratt qualified for state.
Larned High's Ally Aldrich won the 3-point contest at the Pratt Tournament.
Larned's Brittany Butler qualified for State Piano Festival Feb. 21 at Wichita State University.
"Boy, here's something we could use more of today: unity among the American people. Americans are so divided."
What would it look like if politics stopped at the water's edge? It wouldn't look like the mess that John Boehner created by inviting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address a session of Congress on March 3. By allowing Netanyahu to stage what is effectively a campaign event in the U.S. Capitol, congressional Republicans have not only damaged our relations with Israel but threatened our diplomatic negotiations with Iran.
They are coming out of the final turn in high school and college basketball. The stretch run is on for Sub-State and NCAA seedings. With Kansas losing at West Virginia, there might be a race once again in the Big 12 though one has to like the Jayhawks' chances.
Two local siblings wanted to donate their dad's memorial fund to a place that would do the most good for families trying to do the best for their terminally ill loved ones. They found such a place at Almost Home Inc., 1919 Van Buren.