MANHATTAN (AP) - In just six games, Blake Slaughter has gone from second team to a "game-day decision" to Kansas State's third-leading tackler.
October's program meeting at the Barton County Historical Society Museum & Village will feature "Great Bend Past," a presentation by Karen Neuforth. The public is welcome to attend the meeting, which will begin at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Museum & Village, just across the bridge, south of Great Bend on U.S. Hwy. 281.
Sunflower Diversified Services raised $950 for people with special needs at its recent poker tournament where Ben Niethamer of Great Bend won the first prize of $1,000.
October's program meeting at the Barton County Historical Society Museum & Village will feature "Great Bend Past," a presentation by Karen Neuforth. The public is welcome to attend the meeting, which will begin at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Museum & Village, just across the bridge, south of Great Bend on U.S. 281.
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ELLINWOOD - Odessa Mills, 93, a resident of Ellinwood for the past four years, died Oct. 20 at Ellinwood District Hospital, Ellinwood. Survivors and arrangements are pending with Kimple Funeral Home, Ellinwood, and will be announced.
Larned's City Council will meet in a special session at 6:30 p.m. Monday at City Hall, 417 Broadway. "Old business" includes possible action on a recommendation by the planning commission about public land requirements for subdivisions.
STAFFORD - Rena Lynn (Staley) Dolezal, 50, died Oct. 19 in Wichita. She was born May 28, 1960, in Russell. She was a grocery store manager. Survivors include her father, Donald Staley, of Enid, Okla.; two brothers, Nathan Staley of Wichita and Keith Staley of Enid, Okla.; two sisters, Lillian Parks and Holly Harrison, both of Woodward, Okla.; five nieces, two nephews and two great-nephews. She was preceded in death by her mother, Jeanette Keener Staley, and a nephew, Travis Parks.
LARNED - Verlin M. Rogers, 97, died Oct. 20 at Larned Healthcare Center. Born Sept. 28, 1913, in southern Osborne County near Luray, he was the son of Alfred and Minnie Langley Rogers. He graduated from Fort Hays State University, where he received a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in Administration and Mathematics. He then attended Emporia State University and received his Master's in Psychology. A resident of Larned since 1968, he was the superintendent of schools at Waldo, Natoma and Larned State Hospital where he organized that school. On Aug. 6, 1930, he married Tamsel Fallis at ...
Halloween's excitement often causes children to forget to be careful. There is no single trick to making the fall holiday a treat, but paying attention to safety details can prevent harm. Trick-or-treaters who rush from house to house may increase their risk of slipping or falling or being involved in a motor vehicle pedestrian accident. Parents can overestimate children's street-crossing skills. Likewise, children sometimes fail to evaluate potential traffic threats, have slower sensory perception and are unable to predict driver behavior.
WASHINGTON, DC - To Kansans, the sight of golden fields of wheat waving against the backdrop of a clear blue sky is not unusual. To urbanites in our Nation's Capital, however, such a sight can only mean that something special is taking place.
Church to hold bazaar
A new position at Central Kansas Medical Center was designed as a vehicle to help spread the word about the wide variety of services it offers throughout Barton and nearby counties, said Keith Herl, who is filling this physician liaison role.
Hey guys: Will Durst, your candidate for lieutenant governor from the State of Confusion, here to warn you about a dangerous conspiracy being foisted on an unsuspecting American public.
Justine Winter, 17 - who was badly injured in a car crash in Flathead County, Mont., in March, 2009 - has filed a lawsuit against the pregnant driver, whom she had hit and killed (along with the woman's 13-year-old son, not to mention her unborn child).
Fort Hays State University will host the John Heinrichs Scholarly and Creative Activities Day on Wednesday, April 30. This event recognizes the scholarly and creative activities of students and faculty. The public is invited to attend.
Marcella Maneth of Olmitz will celebrate her 85th birthday with a reception from 2 to 4 p.m. on April 19 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Olmitz. Hosts for the event will be her children. No gifts are requested.
Kevin and Harue Naylor announce the birth of their daughter, Claire Sophia Naylor, on Dec. 17, in Tokyo, Japan. She weighed 7 lbs. 7 oz. and was 20 in. long.
Emma Jeanne Bradley celebrated her 85th birthday on April 12, at the Larned VFW with her children, grandchildren, extended family and members of Escue Chapel CME Church. Emma Jeanne and guests played games, sang songs and reminisced about living 85 years and the events she has witnessed in her life. Tributes were read and given to Emma Jeanne by her family.
Months of hard work will culminate Monday night at 7 p.m. as all of the Great Bend Sixth Grade Band members join forces for their annual concert at GBHS gym. Schools represented include Eisenhower, Jefferson, Lincoln, Park, Riley, Holy Family and Central Kansas Christian Academy.
As the lights dimmed and the images flickered on the screen, the movie audience stepped into the lives of young farmers and ranchers as they took on the tasks of running their families' operations. No wannabe Bogarts or Bacalls, just honest-to-goodness people who work the land.
The following meals will be served April 14 through April 17. The secondary schools also have available daily: Main dish second choices, chef's salad, combo lunches and choice of vegetables and dessert. The breakfast menu is offered only to students in USD 428. Menus are subject to change without notice. Milk served with all meals. All meals as offered meet USDA nutritional guidelines.
The following well-balanced and nutritious Friendship Meals will be served for lunch at the Great Bend Senior Center, 2005 Kansas Ave. Meals are served with milk; donations for coffee and tea are accepted.
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Gordon Hibbard, president and chief executive officer of the Kansas 4-H Foundation, announced plans to retire from his position with the statewide non-profit organization.
I just noticed that the past week was designated as National Volunteer Week. What better time of year than this to say a big "Thank You" to the many volunteers who support our Extension programming efforts? I don't have to look far to see the volunteers who give freely of their time to help others. Just this week Joyce Esfeld, known for her bread making expertise, shared secrets to making that perfect pie crust with an enthusiastic audience. Last week, my husband, John, completed teaching the Kansans Optimizing Health workshop with me to residents in Hoisington. And twice this ...
So what does the Tea Party want this fall?