"All right, tubby, if you aren't going to stop sitting in front of the TV, eating fatty and sugary treats, maybe the government should force you to change your ways."
If I told you Warren Buffett had a stock tip, you'd listen, right? Would you see a movie if Meryl Street recommended it? Of course you would. You look like a smart fella. It just stands to reason. Some expertise is unimpeachable.
Danceography studio students were invited to perform a handful of routines on March 7, for Sterling House members. Addison Hart, age 4, Leah Mai, age 8, Tricia Schremmer, age 9, Maddy Hayden, age 16 and Taylor Hofeling, age 18, performed for the residents.
Many people carry into adulthood fond memories of being read to as a child and a program being promoted by USD 428 hopes to make memories for a whole new generation of children. "The purpose of the One District, One Book program is to create a culture of literature in every home," said Jennifer Schartz, USD 428 public information director. A well-read populace helps raise the level of the entire community. "Children who are read to learn to read more easily and become better readers," Schartz said. "Literacy skills provide the basis for a lifetime of learning and productivity. Parents ...
TOPEKA – In an effort to address community needs statewide, the Kansas Volunteer Commission has re-opened the 2015-2016 application process for potential AmeriCorps Kansas programs.
SALINA - Sunflower Bank partnered with Yellow Ribbon Fund for the last three months of 2014 to raise funds and awareness for injured service members and their families. Sunflower had a goal to raise $50,000.
The Barton Community College Board of Trustees will hold a board retreat this Thursday and Friday, in lieu of its regular study session.
The Great Bend Fire Department was dispatched to a grass fire at 6000 10th St. at 2:55 p.m. Monday. Chief Mike Napolitano said the fire was burning near a tin shed and had also moved north to the adjacent neighbor's property.
Michael Anthony Munsch, 58, died March 9, 2015, at Select Specialty Hospital in Wichita. Born May 17, 1956, in Russell, he was the son of Ben and Bernice (Schiable) Munsch. On Nov. 6, 1982, he married Jennifer Arnall in Great Bend. A resident of Great Bend, he was a tong operator for Tom Brown Casing Crew and a cementer for Allied Cementing. He enjoyed four-wheeling, watching WWE, and attending his sons' sporting events.
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After weather pushed the opening of the Jayhawk West season back a week, the Barton Community College baseball team started conference play this past weekend with a split at Lawson-Biggs Field.
Lydia Mato has had a decorated career for the Barton Community College women's track team.
For the first time this season the Barton Community College softball team broke free from the routine of doubleheaders competing in the Cloud County Invitational this past weekend.
The final event of the meet was the best one for the Barton Community College men's track team. It was in that relay the Cougars crowned a national champion at the 2015 NJCAA National Indoor Championships.
On Feb. 13, Valentine parties were held at Great Bend Health and Rehabilitation. Dillons and their customers provided roses to all residents. Walt Pennington serenaded the residents.
March 15-21, 2015, marks the 10th anniversary of the nationally commemorated Sunshine Week in which open government proponents throughout our nation point with pride at transparency breakthroughs, but are equally alarmed about setbacks to the people's right to know what their government is up to.
column discusses how soil acidity changes as producers have managed it for crop production since Kansas was settled. We will focus on were soil pH started, how converting the land to crop production changed pH, and the role of evolving cultural practices. It may be helpful to refer to the previous two columns.
News that more than 40 countries have banned poultry imports from Minnesota after a lethal strain of avian influenza was confirmed in a turkey flock there has now been compounded by news of confirmed cases in Missouri and Arkansas turkeys.
Since the approval of the Community Orchard, I have been spending time researching and planning how to start the process. We decided on a date to get our young trees into the ground, so to celebrate, I thought I would share with you ten rules for planting trees. Our plant date for the orchard is Saturday, April 11, at 1 p.m. if you are interested in helping get this community project started. You can call the Extension office at 620-793-1910 for more information. We hope to see you there!