HOISINGTON -The Clara Barton Foundation awards scholarships annually to local applicants interested in the pursuit of education in a medical field of study through scholarship endowments that have been established over the years. The Foundation awarded seven $500 scholarships this year.
Activities July 15-21
Theatre group to meet
TOPEKA - Applications for grant funds under the Kansas Moderate Income Housing (MIH) Request for Proposal (RFP) will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
LARNED - The Pawnee County Commission met at 8:45 a.m. July 2 for a regular meeting at the Pawnee County Courthouse. The following are approved minutes submitted by Pawnee Commission clerk Ruth Searight.
The Kansas Alumni Association will be hosting a reception in Great Bend on Tuesday at the Best Western Inn.
LAWRENCE (AP) - University of Kansas athletic officials would like nothing better to enhance Memorial Stadium where the Jayhawks play football, but they also say they realize what they have now isn't that bad.
LONDON - Michael Phelps, in the pool, raising a fist. Usain Bolt, on the track, slapping his chest.
LAKE ORION, Mich. (AP) - Fred Couples joked that someone will have to close with a 60 to catch Bernhard Langer at the U.S. Senior Open.
LE CAP D'AGDE, France (AP) - Andre Greipel of Germany led a photo-finish sprint to win the 13th stage of the Tour de France on Saturday, while Britain's Bradley Wiggins retained the overall leader's yellow jersey as the race headed south to the Mediterranean.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Alcides Escobar has been dutifully going to the gym every week, and not just going through the motions. The Royals shortstop has been putting in some work, and truly believes that he's becoming a stronger all-around player.
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (AP) - Barry Larkin almost seemed wistful as his mind traveled back through time.
Gwen N. Hipp, 64, died as a result of an automobile accident north of Great Bend July 11. Born on August 17, 1947 at Hutchinson, she was the daughter of Byron Ray and M. Gladys (Brown) Glaze. She graduated from Larned High School in 1966, then attended college at Fort Hays State College in Hays for one year.
A beautiful red tsunami swept across America Tuesday night.
Since the temperature dropped down into the 20's last week, the growing season is coming to an end for all plants. With this, your chores for the fall should also be wrapping up for the winter season ahead. So, as fall chores come to a close, I thought I'd give you a few last minute reminders for the season. We are almost at the finish line, so this is just a few last minute reminders to help you have a beautiful lawn, and working lawnmowers this coming spring. Thanks to K-State Research and Extension's Horticulture expert Ward ...
League of Women Voters of Great Bend will hold the monthly meeting at noon on Tuesday at Montana Mike's in the north room. Lunch will be from the menu and can be from their "quick serve" menu.
The Peter A.R. Unruh and Sarah Boese Unruh Family Reunion was held on Nov. 2, at the First Christian Church in Great Bend. Those in attendance were Dwayne and Janis Deckert, Mary Anne Mull and Don, Brenda, Julietha, and Sarah Jones, all of Great Bend; Kevin and Marsha Reece, Larry Carr and Keith Mull all of Larned; Jeanine Haynes of Salina; and Vera Spencer and Leslie Peters of Wichita.
The Principles of Agriculture Economics class at Barton Community College is currently exploring consumer choices and how they make those choices when selecting foodstuffs at the store. This discussion also includes the direct buyers of crops and livestock off the farm and ranch. It is helpful to remember that while economics is rife with numbers, charts, and statistics, economics is at its core a social science trying to explain and predict human behavior. This week's column explains how these choices made. Next week - how does agriculture respond?