It didn't take long for the winter storm that started whipping through central Kansas Monday afternoon to wreak havoc for safety personnel.
Great Bend Fire Department
Larry W. Jimison, 66, died Oct. 21 at Promise Regional Medical Center in Hutchinson. Born Oct. 27, 1944 in Stafford, he was the son of Howard David and Verda Marie (Staley) Jimison. On Nov. 24, 1964, he married Sue Curtis in Ellsworth. A resident of Great Bend for 47 years, coming from Lorraine, he was the Water Superintendent for the city of Great Bend, working at the water department for 47 years.
The high school basketball games between Larned and Central Plains have been postponed due to inclement weather.
Sunday, Dec. 18
This week's Chamber of Commerce Coffee will be hosted by Bright Horizons, 4801 W. 10th Street, at 9:30 a.m., Thursday. Ambassador in charge will be Karmi Green with greeters Karmi Green and Linda Jamison. Coffee, doughnuts and door prizes will be available.
OTIS - Sharon Royer, 52, died Dec. 19 in Rush County. Mass of Christian burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at St. Ann's Catholic Church in Olmitz. Rosary will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday at the church, with a wake starting at 6:30 p.m. Visitation will be held Thursday, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. at Nicholson-Ricke Funeral Home in Hoisington. Complete obituary information will be announced later.
ELLINWOOD - Ellinwood District Hospital and Clinic will be closed Monday, Dec. 26 in observance of the holidays. Emergency services will be available.
Jeffrey Lluis, 27, who performed stand-up comedy at clubs around Tampa, apparently held a day job as bank robber.
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?
Americans are familiar with unmanned spy drones providing surveillance of Iranian nuclear complexes and Taliban armed militants combating American troops along the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Nik Cochran scored 21 points, including a clutch 3-pointer in the closing minutes, and Davidson shocked No. 12 Kansas 80-74 on Monday night to exact a little bit of revenge over an epic NCAA tournament loss three years ago.
The Patriots own the AFC East title again.
In recognition of October's designation as Cyber Security Awareness Month, your Better Business Bureau is continuing our discussion of this vital issue. It's important to note that digital information theft has surpassed physical theft as the most commonly reported fraud. Small businesses can be victimized by the current rash of digital scammers just as individuals can. Accordingly, here are 10 tips for small businesses from the Federal Communications Commission, designed to keep them safer from the onslaught of would-be digital thieves.
Here it comes. Creeping down dark alleys. Overturning garbage cans and spooking black cats. The scariest day of the year. With the exception of your next birthday, that is. Halloween. All Hallow's Eve. The night preceding All Saint's Day. Time to carve a gourd.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Lorenzo Cain looped a two-run single and Eric Hosmer chopped a two-run double over shortstop in a seven-run second inning as the Kansas City Royals battered the San Francisco Giants 10-0 Tuesday night to force a decisive Game 7 in the World Series.
You've heard of Warren Buffet, and Bill and Melinda Gates, and Mark Zuckerberg. You might have never heard of Chuck Feeney, and that's the way he likes it.
Marijuana leaves, cigarette butts, Ebola hazmat suits and sexy police women are just a few of the Halloween costumes that are available for young children this fall season.
What's the scariest thing you've ever faced at work?
LAWRENCE (AP) - The last time Roy Williams set foot in Allen Fieldhouse, he was still the coach at Kansas. More than a decade later, he returned to celebrate the building's 60th anniversary.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) - It's Michael Vick's turn. Even though it's probably too late to save the New York Jets' season.
DENVER (AP) - Former teammate Brian Dawkins called Champ Bailey "a great conserver of energy," a rare superstar who was never in a rush to get anywhere "unless it was on a football field."
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - NCAA President Mark Emmert keeps touting the record-breaking graduation rates of Division I athletes. Critics keep balking at the interpretation of those numbers, citing recent academic scandals.