WEEK 16 AFC CLINCHED: New England (playoff spot) and Pittsburgh (playoff spot) ELIMINATED: Buffalo, Cincinnati, Denver, Cleveland, Houston, Miami. NEW ENGLAND - Clinches AFC East and homefield advantage with: 1) Win or tie OR 2) N.Y. Jets loss or tie PITTSBURGH - Clinches AFC North and a first-round bye with: 1) Win and Baltimore loss KANSAS CITY - Clinches AFC West with: 1) Win and San Diego loss or tie OR 2) Tie ...
DENVER (AP) - The Denver Broncos' Elvis Dumervil has been cited with assault and disturbing the peace for an alleged run-in with a security guard at Invesco Field.
SOUTH MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - Dwyane Wade had some trying moments in 2010. The fight for custody of his kids continues, his divorce became final and he nearly left the Miami Heat.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Kansas City Chiefs fans will be able to watch today's game on TV locally after all.
Club 1 Fitness' Winter Co-Ed Tennis Camp is set for next week. The camp will include direct instruction, drills and conditioning for all elementary, middle, and high school students interested in playing tennis.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - Dont'a Hightower didn't expect to be Rolando McClain on the field.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Matt Cassel did no favors for anyone who has an emergency appendectomy, then asks the boss for a few weeks off.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Welcome to Tattoo U. What started out as a trip to a Columbus tattoo parlor by a couple of football players has created all sorts of mayhem for star quarterback Terrelle Pryor and Ohio State. Pryor and four teammates were suspended Thursday by the NCAA for the first five games of next season for selling championship rings, jerseys and awards. They also received improper benefits - from up to two years ...
The First Presbyterian Church, 24th and Washington, will be celebrating Christmas Eve with the Festival of Lessons and Carols at 7 p.m. tonight. The public is welcome.
Employees from Great Bend Regional Hospital Steve Schenkel, Elle Slater, Kristie Thill and Sonya Rein deliver Christmas presents to Laura Patzner, Executive Director for the Family Crisis Center for area families for the holidays
You've got to be kidding me, a new year already! 2011 will be here in just a few days and there will be a lot going on. Read on for some great educational opportunities.
I still wish I hadn't peeked in the attic that year. It was Christmas 1972 and I was 10. It was the first year when I no longer believed in Santa Claus. Until that point, Christmas had been a magical time for me. A few weeks after Thanksgiving, I would join with my father to pick out our tree. He'd wear his rattiest coat and work his mastery on the helpless Christmas-tree guy to knock ...
In Afghanistan, as in many less-developed countries, boy babies are much preferred to girls for economic reasons and social status.
I heard the bells on Christmas day Their old familiar carols play, And wild and sweet the words repeat Of peace on earth, good will to men. You're probably familiar with these words from the Christmas carol "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day." The words for this popular carol actually come from a poem penned by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow during a time of hopelessness for Longfellow and for the United States of America. In ...
Dear Editor, Therefore the Lord Himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive and bear a son. I shall call His name Immanuel. - Isaiah 7:14 This is the traditional season for remembering the birth of One who came into the world long ago. And there is probably no single statement that more clearly demonstrates the uniqueness of that birth than this verse. The world shows great respect for the anniversaries of ...
WICHITA - Donors who present to give blood between May 23 and 31 in honor of Memorial Day could win one of five $1,000 American Express gift cards, the American Red Cross announced. In addition, their donations will honor those who gave their life for our country and support those in need of care. The Red Cross serves about 3,000 hospitals and transfusion centers across the country, including many Veterans Affairs medical centers.
The Barton Community College Foundation honored Dr. Mary Davidson Cohen with the 2013 Distinguished Service Award during Barton's 43rd commencement on Friday. Cohen was unable to attend, but Barton Foundation Director Darnell Holopirek accepted the award on her behalf. The Distinguished Service Award was created in 1981 by the Barton Community College Foundation to recognize individuals who have shown genuine regard for, and have performed outstanding service to Barton Community College. The Barton Foundation ...
Gov. Sam Brownback congratulated students on achieving a major milestone Friday, during Barton Community College's 43rd commencement ceremony. A crowd filled the Physical Education Building, where the governor offered several pieces of advice to the graduates, starting with, "Always, always, always listen to your mother." He also encouraged them to be lifelong learners, people of integrity and pursuers of dreams. "The why of a good dream is because somebody else benefits," he said, encouraging them ...
Kans for Kids announced its 2013 scholarship recipients. Any child who has received assistance from Kans for Kids is eligible to receive two scholarships from the organization upon graduation from high school and each year following while they pursue higher education.
Barton Community College student Terra Hull, shown with President Dr. Carl Heilman, is inducted into the Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society on Thursday evening in the Dorothy Moses Morrison Chapel at Barton Community College. Alpha Sigma Lambda is primarily for non-traditional students. Its aim is to recognize the special achievements of adults who accomplish academic excellence while facing competing interests of home and work. Barton had 36 new members in 2013.
To say that Dr. Richard Markiewicz is animated when he talks about the procedures he performs would be an understatement. It is obvious he is eager to explain his minimally invasive procedures because they are the "wave of the future."
Barton Community College students Orlando Hernandez and Jesse Siefkes are ecstatic. Both have taken a huge step in their educational and professional lives by earning Barton's very first certificates in Information Systems Security along with four other students.
Rosewood Wine Cellar has been open for only four months, but already it's become a popular shopping destination in downtown Great Bend. Business has been growing for the retail gift store, which promotes work opportunities for people with developmental disabilities with every purchase made by customers.
Great Bend Regional Hospital joined hospitals across the nation in celebration of National Hospital Week 2013 this past week.
Darin Johnson presents Connie Oetken, Sunflower Diversified Services director of development, a check for $1,030 for the non-profit agency's Invest in Kids membership club. These proceeds, which will be directed to children with developmental disabilities and delays, represent a portion of a month's invoices at Darin's Auto Repair, Great Bend.
MADISON, Wis. - American Family Insurance agents Rhonda J Knudson, Shawn L. Panzer and Frank Callahan Jr. have been recognized for providing outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification. They join other American Family agents who have demonstrated the highest level of commitment to outstanding customer service.
Barton Community College's Shafer Gallery will host an opening reception for their annual faculty and staff exhibit from 1-3 p.m. today, which will include additional artwork from an array of local artists and three featured artists.
(MCT) – Just a few years ago, Fort Worth, Texas-based Bosque Systems mostly operated wastewater disposal wells for oil and gas operators. And another oil field company, FTS International, was busy becoming one of the nation's biggest providers of hydraulic fracturing services.
The Great Bend City Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the City Office, 1209 Williams. On the agenda are a request to ban pit bulls and other vicious dogs, a lease request at the airport industrial area from National Co Operative Refinery Association and a cereal-malt beverage request for June Jaunt.
TOPEKA - Dorothy Mae Carver, 75, Topeka, passed away May 17 at Midland Hospice House.