PASADENA, Calif. (AP) - The Oregon Ducks had waited 95 years to win another Rose Bowl, and the last few seconds stretched for an eternity. The players in mirrored helmets held each other back on the sideline, waiting on tiptoes for video review to confirm Wisconsin was out of time.
WACO, Texas - Perry Jones III had 14 points with 12 rebounds and fourth-ranked Baylor remained undefeated with a 61-52 victory over Texas A&M in the Big 12 opener for both teams Monday night.
Great Bend High School's basketball teams return to action tonight for initial games after the holidays.
IRVING, Texas (AP) - Owner Jerry Jones has repeatedly said the Dallas Cowboys are just getting started with Jason Garrett as their head coach.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Brandon Boykin hopes Georgia learned an important lesson from the Outback Bowl.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Romeo Crennel spent much of Monday morning meeting with his players, laying out the groundwork for the offseason. He planned to spend the afternoon on evaluations, which Kansas City Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli will use to help reshape the roster.
DENVER (AP) - Even in defeat, Tim Tebow came out a winner.
LAWRENCE (AP) - As head-turning as the numbers are, the 30 points and 21 rebounds Thomas Robinson posted Saturday were not what excited Kansas coach Bill Self the most.
WINFIELD – Green Team Southwestern was founded in 2008 in response to the growing interest in environmental stewardship on the Southwestern College campus in Winfield. In 2007, President Dick Merriman made Southwestern a charter signatory of the American College and University President's Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) and students petitioned the administration of the college asking that a change towards a more environmentally conscious campus be made. At that point the college completed a greenhouse gas emission inventory that now serves as a baseline for tracking the institution's energy consumption. In 2009, Southwestern College incorporated the phrase "to live by and ...
Celebrate the rediscovery of the black-footed ferret, North America's rarest mammal, and its return to Kansas during the program "Back from the Brink: Black Footed Ferret Reintroduction in Kansas" from 2-3 p.m. on Jan. 15 at the Kansas Wetlands Education Center.
U.S. Senator Jerry Moran, R-Kan., will make a visit to Great Bend today, talking at the Noon Lions Club meeting held at the Highland Hotel and Convention Center North Heritage Room. He is scheduled to be in town from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Golden Belt Chapter 673 of SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) is proud to celebrate the achievements of its local board, along with the achievements of its organization at a national level. SCORE is a national service organization connecting retired business experts with small business owners and entrepreneurs. "Our chapter is here to help entrepreneurs grow their small businesses," says Chapter president Brock McPherson. "We help entrepreneurs with creating a business plan, outlining an operating budget, learning how to manage employees, or anything that has to do with starting, managing, and growing a small business."
Dr. Victor L. Martin
Great Bend Garden Club met on Dec. 15 at the County Extension Office with Iva Bearens as hostess to the 15 members attending. Kay Hollembeck was introduced as a new member. Nancy Swafford, president, conducted the business session.
My oldest son is handsome, smart, and, in the words of my old boss Ann Richards, very nearly perfect. I love him boundlessly, so it hurts me to know that his homeland has been at war for every single day of his life except for a few months in 2001 when he couldn't yet crawl. Now he's shaving, and for the first time in his life he might get to witness a real discussion about going to war.
I'd advise you to sit down, pour yourself a beer and take a deep breath. You're about to hear something that will change your life. Forever. Are you relaxed?
At the Greensburg Speech Tournament on Saturday, six students competed and seven events placed. Carter Sheffield qualified all three of his events to state again of by placing 1st in Serious Solo Acting, 1st in Poetry Reading Interpretation and 2nd in Impromptu Speaking.
Beating the approaching bad weather the Barton Community College baseball team got in the rubber game of a hastily scheduled 3-game series Saturday afternoon at Lawson-Biggs Field.
TOPEKA - Kyle Ann Lichter, 51, Topeka, passed away Feb. 24, 2015.
HOISINGTON - Eugene H. Bitter, 83, died Feb. 22, 2015, at Clara Barton Hospital, Hoisington. Born March 30, 1931, on the family farm near Susank, he was the son of Julius and Emilie (Schmidt) Bitter. A lifetime resident of Hoisington, Eugene was a farmer, stockman and fisherman.
Bryanne Biggs, drive while suspended, failed to appear
It doesn't get much more thrilling than one race to determine a champion. Win and the title is in the bag.
The Barton Community College women's track team put up a good battle but came up just short in its pursuit of a Region VI championship. The Cougars closed strong in an effort to catch Coffeyville but the gap was too big.
Jodi Bybee of Great Bend and Jackie Pritchard of Hoisington were recognized for their service to frail and disabled adults at the February 18, in-service meeting held at the Great Bend Senior Center. Bybee has served 11 years; Pritchard has been with the Program for nine years. The guest speaker at the meeting was Sandy Watches with Professional Home Health. She discussed the mandated state regulations and services provided that govern home health agencies.
The Hoisington Cardinal Wrestling Team dominated the Regional Tournament held this past Friday and Saturday at Russell. On the first day of competition the team got on a roll and advanced 11 out of their 14 wrestlers into the semifinals on the championship side of the bracket. The team than went on to win 8 of the semifinal matches to secure an insurmountable lead at the conclusion of the first day of competition. The second day went much the same as the first day. The Cardinals advanced all six of their non-championship finalists into the consolation finals.
Great Bend High School Junior Ben Diel was selected as eighth chair trumpet in the State Kansas Music Educators Honor 5-6A Band which will meet in Wichita Feb. 26-28. Eric Vazquez, sophomore, was named as an alternate on bass clarinet, which is also a big achievement. The students did a live audition in January and received notification of their placement. They will rehearse for two and one-half days before presenting the concert on Saturday afternoon in Century II Convention Hall. While GBHS has had other students selected for the State Band in the past, Diel is the first junior to ...