The Hoisington Jets 4H Club's August meeting
Johanna Christine Fernandez Gulmatico and Craig Carl Yunk were united in marriage on June 19 at Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary and St. Stephen Roman Catholic Church in Brooklyn, N.Y., in a double-ring ceremony officiated by the Rev. Anthony J. Sansone of Brooklyn, N.Y. Parents of the couple are Constantino and Chona Gulmatico of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Dan and Cheryl Yunk of Manhattan. Grandparents of the groom are Phyllis Maneth of Great Bend and the late Fred C. Maneth.
As of Sept.1 Becker Tire added Becker Proline Equipment with Clint Stafford as Sales Manager. Clint has been selling equipment for over 15 years and has had extensive training through Hunter Engineering Company and Rotary Lifts. Clint sells Hunter alignment machines, Rotary Lifts, Norco jacks, Balcrank lube equipment, Champion air compressors, Reelcraft hose reels, and Shure Mfg work benches and will be adding more product lines in the future. The equipment can be used for anyone in the automotive and trucking industy as well as school districts. Clint also takes trade-ins and sells used equipment.
Lions District Governor Rev. Kerry Hookstra will make an official club visitation to the Great Bend Evening Lions Club at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 13, at the First Presbyterian Church, 2400 Washington St. in Great Bend. All club members are encouraged to be present for this important meeting with the District Governor and other visiting Lions leaders.
Auction premiums and scholarships will be on the line as youth from 86 Kansas counties exhibit at the 78th annual Kansas Junior Livestock Show (KJLS), Sept, 24-27 in Wichita. A total of 678 4-H and FFA members have entered 1,424 head of livestock in the show. The total includes 134 market steers, 295 breeding heifers, 352 market hogs, 247 market lambs, 49 purebred ewes, 158 commercial ewes and 189 meat goats.
LAWRENCE (AP) - Kansas followed one of the worst losses in school history with a big upset over No. 15 Georgia Tech.
Ohio State and Oklahoma won their BCS championship game rematches and showed that a couple of former powerhouses from the Sunshine State are not quite ready to return to elite status.
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The slogan, "farm safety is no accident," is as true today as it ever was. Safety has to be intentional or accidents will eventually get you.
At the Crime Stoppers State Board Conference, held earlier this year in Great Bend, The Kansas Crime Stoppers Association Inc. awarded two scholastic scholarships.
The Shafer Gallery showcases the talents of college employees in the Barton Community College Faculty and Staff Open Exhibition, opening this week. The gallery will host a reception for the exhibit and the artists from 1 to 3 p.m. today, Sept. 12.
There will be a report on the GBRC Activity Center when the Great Bend Recreation Commission Board of Directors meets at 4 p.m. Monday at the Carl Soden Recreation Center, 1214 Stone St. Other items on the agenda include enrollment reports and an executive session for the disucssion of personnel.
The Great Bend Public Library will be closed from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 16, to allow staff to attend a workshop. The library will be open from 4 to 9 p.m.
On Tuesday, Oct. 5, The Quilting Bees and Healthy Heart Clinic will hold a Cancer Awareness Program and Auction, beginning at 7 p.m. at Scraps in Larned. It will be similar to the program held last year. Alice Clapsaddle will be the auctioneer.
The Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 939 will be hosting a town hall meeting concerning Agent Orange and it's long term effects. The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on March 14, in the Stoffer Lounge, 2nd floor at Fort Hays State University. Specialists from the national headquarters will be presenting new information and study results during the first part of the meeting and then have a question and answer session. They will also be compiling data concerning birth defects and diseases in children and grandchildren of Vietnam veterans.
On Feb. 14, Cherry Village crowned Valentine Kings and Queens for each care unit.
Emily Dyanne Schuster and Joshua Thomas Lorg were united in marriage on Dec. 6, at the Hotel Phillips in downtown Kansas City in a ceremony officiated by Pastor Nathan Miller of Christ Community Church, Olathe Campus. The bride is the daughter of Paul and Sue Schuster of Lawrence. She is the granddaughter of Ruby Schuster of Garnett and the late Paul Schuster, and the late Mr. and Mrs. G.E. Lilly. The groom is the son of John and Lori Lorg of Olathe. He is the grandson of Ross and Pat Chambliss of Overland Park and Leo Lorg of Wichita.
League of Women Voters of Great Bend will hold the monthly meeting at noon on Tuesday at Montana Mike's in the north room. Lunch will be from the menu and can be from their "quick serve" menu.
Mike and Jeanette Sanders announce the engagement of their daughter, Cyandra Nichelle Sanders, to Bruce Anthony Mong, son of Shirley Mong Conrad and the late Anthony Mong. Grandparents of the bride-elect are Melvin Loreg and Don and Agnes Sanders, all of Great Bend, and the late Joyce Loreg. Grandparents of the prospective groom are Clayton and Pauline Mong.
Doris L. Robey will celebrate her 80th birthday with a formal celebration at 1 p.m. on March 15 at The Front Door, 1615 10th Street in Great Bend. Hosts for the event will be her daughters Myrtle and Nancy. Friends and family are invited. Gifts and cards are welcome.
Angela C. Moore of Winfield, and Dr. John A. Volosin of Wichita, announce their engagement. The bride-elect is the daughter of Joycelyn Woods and the late Calvin Woods. The prospective groom is the son of Josephine Volosin and the late John H. Volosin.
Jonathan Hart and Rebecca Pfortmiller were united in marriage on March 1 at the rooftop garden at the Joule Hotel in Dallas Texas, in a private ceremony officiated by Pastor Timothy Ross. The bride is the daughter of Glenn and Margaret Pfortmiller of Great Bend.
George Unruh of St.John and LeAnna Unruh of Pawnee Rock announce the engagement of their daughter, Marci Unruh to Chance Maes, son of Ginger Maes of Great Bend and the late Daniel Maes. Grandparents of the bride-elect are Donald Ellis and the late Carol Ellis and the late Dean and Nancye Unruh. Grandparents of the prospective groom are Olga Noreuil and the late Oscar Noreuil, and the late Joseph and Ellen Maes.
Beans are a great source of carbohydrates and considered a "Powerhouse food." They have a nutrient profile so strong and versatile that they are considered to be both a vegetable and a protein food. Beans are loaded with fiber and help you feel full longer, and they stabilize blood sugar. Another plus for beans is they cost only pennies per serving.
Richard Wiswall likes numbers. In that he might be an anomaly among farmers, at least where the numbers are concerned. Some of his numbers involve planting rates and seed inventory, tractor hours, and labor costs-categories most farmers are familiar with-but he takes things a step further-okay, many steps further-by calculating, and tracking, almost every facet of his family farm in East Montpelier, Vt. He tallies numbers to an extensive degree; for instance, his greenhouse operation, is broken down by the cost of each flat, the amount of soil per flat, the number of flats filled in an hour, the labor ...
Parnassus Club held their annual piano and voice auditions on March 1 at the Barton Community College Fine Arts Building. Twenty-three piano and voice students participated in the auditions open to all Barton County music students. The voice students perform two art songs memorized and piano students perform one memorized solo for an adjudicator who then writes an evaluation of the student's performance and gives awards in both the Junior category,(6th grade through 8th grade) and senior division (high school). The adjudicator for both voice and piano was Ms. Tiffiney Harms, McPherson College music instructor.
Brain Awareness Week is March 10-16. BAW is a global campaign to increase public awareness of the progress and benefits of brain research. Public outreach that propagates breakthroughs in recent brain research can help children and adults learn how to live a more brain-healthy lifestyle and, by increasing the public's awareness, also increase their support for funding further research. With these benefits in mind, the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives (DABI) created Brain Awareness Week in 1996. Pilot International is a partner in bringing the BAW to the public. You can follow the action on Twitter (hashtag #brainweek) and ...
The following meals will be served March 10 through March 14. 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.
Hutchinson Community College has announced the honor rolls for the Fall 2013 semester, including grades through the end of the interterm session. 1,288 students have been honored with selection to the two honor roll listings, with 648 achieving the Vice President's Honor Roll with at least a 3.5 grade point average for the semester.