COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) - There is a chance Texas A&M will stay in the Big 12. But the Aggies are definitely looking at options to leave.
DETROIT (AP) - Jim Thome's back was aching, his toe was throbbing and his quad was cramping, turning his pursuit of 600 home runs into a painful endeavor that made him wonder if he would even reach the milestone before season's end.
GREAT BEND - Don C. Appel, 70, died August 14, 2011 at Wesley Towers Thorne Care Center, Hutchinson.
HOISINGTON - Victoria E. Miller, 89, died Aug. 15, 2011 at Via Christi-St. Joseph Medical Center in Wichita.
HOLYROOD - Lois A. Lindsay, 92, died Aug. 15, 2011 in Osborne. She was born Feb. 28, 1919 in Lewis, Kansas, the daughter of Clarence and Molly (Eberle) Woolard. She was a homemaker and a cook for 14 years at Big L Café in Holyrood. She was a member of St. Paul's United Church of Christ, Holyrood, VFW Auxiliary at Ellsworth and So-Sew-Quilting Club. On July 24, 1938 she married William 'Mack' Lindsay in St. ...
A Great Bend man remains hospitalized in Wichita following a one-vehicle accident involving his motorcycle early Sunday morning, the Barton County Sheriff's Office reported.
Ellinwood Municipal Court Docket - July 26 Charles Long, speeding 47/35, failed to appear, suspend drivers license Michael Swayze, speeding 47/35, fine $42, court costs $55.50 Dane Kepka, speeding 43/30, fine $48, court costs $55.50 Dane Kepka, no proof of insurance, dismissed-proof shown Ashley Milford, speeding 47/35, fine $42, court costs $55.50 Jordan Walters, speeding 47/35, fine $42, court costs $55.50 Wayne Masse, no insurance, fine $200, ...
A Texas legislator doesn't believe Texas A&M will leave the Big 12 to join the Southeastern Conference before a hearing in front of his committee on Tuesday.
Welcome to the 4th edition of Marsh Musings. This week we will be focusing on a critter that carries a very negative stigma in the state of Kansas: the black-tailed prairie dog. Kansans' tend to either love or hate these critters. In Kansas, especially Western Kansas, prairie dogs are known as a destructive pest.
By Derek Grabast Someday, I will walk up to my mommy and daddy and say "I love you." Although this sounds simple, it is my dream to do this. I just turned 9 years old this summer. I am taking a journey half way around the world to find my voice and legs. My mommy and I are getting on a plane in Wichita, and we will land in Beijing, China. That is where my ...
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Great Bend Tribune will follow the journey of Derek Grabast of Hudson for innovative stem-cell treatment in Beijing, China.
By Allen Schmidt State Senate 36th District VICTORIA - I had the privilege of attending a Purple Heart presentation recently for one of our local World War II veterans, William "Edward" Froelich. Sen. Jerry Moran's staff recovered the lost records of the Purple Heart and other decorations our local hero had earned more than 65 years ago. With his wife, Delores and many family members and friends filling the chapel of St. John's Rest Home ...
STAFFORD – A traveling exhibit, "Kansans of African Descent: Selected Portraits," is being featured at the Stafford County Museum Library, 100 N. Main Street in Stafford.
On Friday student artists enrolled in the ART 653, Professional Development course will host Studio 653, an exhibition in Moss-Thorns Gallery of Fine Art in Rarick Hall on the FHSU campus. All are welcome to join these student artists and their instructor in a celebration of their achievements in the Bachelor of Fine Arts Program.
Great Bend Children's Learning Center held a food drive for the local food bank the past couple weeks. The kids were very excited to help out families that may be in need this holiday season. The kids brought in a total of 366 items to donate.
Here we go again. Pointing to a conservative study, Gov. Rick Perry proclaimed, "The discussion's over. The debate's over. The proof is in. Texas wins." And who did we beat? California, of course. It's enough to make you wonder if little Ricky got enough love growing up on the dirt farm. Someone get this kid a 4-H ribbon so the grownups can talk, because we've got some work to do.
I've heard a lot of interesting stories of people trying, and failing, to sign up for ObamaCare, but this one takes the cake.
The Big 12 will have its own championship Saturday, even without a title game.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Five former Kansas City Chiefs players who were on the team between 1987 and 1993 filed a lawsuit Tuesday claiming the team hid and even lied about the risks of head injuries during that time period when there was no collective bargaining agreement in place in the NFL.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The line of demarcation might as well be the Kansas City Chiefs' bye week.
MANHATTAN - Nobody was talking about bowl games at Kansas State in mid-October, when the Wildcats were sitting at 2-4 and feeling bruised and battered after a loss to Baylor.
WICHITA - Wichita State's athletics department says it's investigating improper clothing and apparel benefits to baseball players.
OLATHE - Michael Axton, 76, died Dec. 2 at the Kansas City Hospice House.
LBERT - Gerald Wesley "Jerry" Alexander, 69, died Dec. 2 at his home in Albert. He was born Dec. 21, 1943 at Florence County, S. C., the son of Jesse Clifton and Mavie Edna (Jolly) Alexander.
NEWTON - John Banman, 95, died Nov. 29, at Kidron Bethel Health Care in North Newton. Born on June 23, 1918 in Canton, he was the son of Jacob and Helen (Pankratz) Banman. He graduated from Newton High School, attended Bethel College for one year prior to completing his bachelor's degree at Wichita State University in 1940. Two years later he received the first master's degree given in clarinet performance from Northwestern University. He was ...