TOPEKA - The Kansas Department of Health and Environment along with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend consumers and especially persons at high risk for listeriosis to not eat cantaloupes marketed from Jensen Farms in the Rocky Ford region of Colorado due to a potential contamination with Listeria monocytogenes, a bacterium that can cause serious illness.
BUSHTON -The Central Plains Middle School in Bushton Renaissance Council was selected during the first week of school. The Renaissance program emphasis academics and positive interactions.
HOISINGTON - The annual Fall City Clean Up Week in Hoisington will be Sept. 26 -30. Residents should place items on their front curb on the regular day of trash pickup.
HOISINGTON- As fall approaches, so is the Community Harvest of Wellness Fair. Clara Barton Hospital and Clinics, along with community partners and sponsors, will offer this event scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 15 as a way to provide important health and wellness information, raise awareness of health care resources available locally, and to offer free health screenings and low cost blood screenings.
ELLINWOOD - The Ellinwood School/Community Library has some new books. They are:
Tuesday, Sept. 20
By Jim Misunas
This week's Chamber of Commerce Coffee will be hosted by The Corner Bistro, 407 McKinley, at 9:30 a.m., Thursday. Ambassador in charge will be Nancy Sundahl with greeters Connie Oetken and Brett Middleton. Coffee, doughnuts and door prizes will be available.
GBHS JV wins
NEW YORK (AP) - The Big East and Big 12 might join together in their fight for survival.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The season is over for Jamaal Charles.
GARDEN CITY - The Great Bend High School junior varsity football team, trailing 3-0 at halftime after Garden City kicked a 21-yard field goal as time expired in the first half, uncorked a second-half scoring explosion to knock out the Buffaloes for a 27-9 win on Monday night.
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?
WASHINGTON – Two railroad industry trade groups have quietly asked the U.S. Department of Transportation to drop its requirement that rail carriers transporting large volumes of Bakken crude oil notify state emergency officials.