KANSAS CITY, Mo. - When the Kansas City Chiefs made a move to hire Andy Reid to be their next coach, their swift and decisive decision snapped just about everyone in the NFL to attention.
SURPRISE, Ariz. - George Brett juggles three baseballs near the mound of a practice field, then loosens up his right arm and delivers a pitch to Mike Moustakas to start off batting practice.
BY DON LEE
Larry Dean Lunsford, 77, died March 14, 2013 at Ellinwood District Hospital. He was born Jan. 13, 1936 at Cunningham, the son of Ronald R. "Blackie" & Velma Mae (Waters) Lunsford.
MT. HOPE - Harold D. Adams, 89, went to be with his Lord on March 15, 2013. He was born March 1, 1924 in St. John. He graduated from Anthrium High School in 1941.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Kansas and Kansas State won't be able to share this championship.
AHF theme needed
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Bill Self roared up and down the sideline in front of the Kansas bench, a volcano of emotion threatening to spill onto the court, his unfiltered venom directed at the officiating crew.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Unable to find any rhythm, Oklahoma State was left with only the blues.
NEW YORK - Brandon Triche scored the go-ahead basket early in overtime and No. 19 Syracuse advanced to the Big East championship game with a 58-55 victory over No. 5 Georgetown on Friday night in the final conference clash of their storied heavyweight rivalry.
BY SEAN COCKERHAM
SALINA – Starting Monday, the 2013 High Plains Showcase will begin receiving entries from performers interested in competing in the event. The Showcase, produced in part by Salina Arts & Humanitiesne, places an emphasis on drawing talent from the western part of the state. In its first year, it will feature satellite concerts in Garden City, Hays, Great Bend, and Colby. Event dates – running from March 23 to April 27 – are staggered so that performers may enter more than one. Some of them will take place in conjunction with already established community events, such as the 18th Annual Central Kansas Spring Expo ...
Clothing giveaway Saturday
Efforts to improve the Great Bend Convention Center will be one topic when the Great Bend City Council meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the City Office, 1209 Williams. Other items on the agenda will include the Cinema 6 theater, a request from the organizers of the Big Bend Bike Rally and Blizzard Energy.
They spend the school year inspiring young minds to learn, create and discover. This summer 100 of Indiana's most gifted K-12 educator will take time for their own exploration and growth through LilLy Endowment Teacher Creativity Fellowships.
The Walt Vincent Iwo lima Reunion and Dinner will be held on May 2, at the Arden H. McKee American Legion Post #128, 108 East Garfield in Sterling. The door will open at 4 p.m. for conversation, refreshments, and viewing of war/military memorabilia. All veterans are invited and encouraged to bring personal memorabilia. Colors will be presented at 6 p.m. followed by dinner. The meal will cost $12 per person, at the door. Menu will be tossed salad, choice of baked smothered steak or fried chicken, potato, green beans, bread, and dessert, coffee, or tea. Food substitution ...
The Kansas Department of Agriculture announced the results of the elections held for the five grain commodity commissions-corn, grain sorghum, soybeans, sunflowers and wheat in districts One, Two and Three in the Western region of the state.
The following meals will be served March 30 through April 2. The secondary schools also have available daily: second choices, chef 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.
It was a pretty good start to the spring season for the Barton Community College men's golf team.
Funerals, happily, remain very much as they have through the years.
When Ted Cruz officially stepped into the 2016 presidential ring this week the boo-birds attacked immediately.
Prevailing wisdom tells us many things, but so little of it seems related to reality.
The Kansas Cold Weather Rule ends on Tuesday, and Kansans who are delinquent on electric and natural gas utility bills will be subject to disconnection of service. The rule, in effect Nov. 1 through March 31, each year, provides protection to residential customers who cannot fully pay winter utility bills from companies under the Kansas Corporation Commission's (KCC) jurisdiction. That protection ends Tuesday.