Whether we know it or not, all of us pay attention to the cost agricultural producers are paying for inputs necessary to produce food, fiber, and fuel. Unless you never purchase food in a grocery section or pay for a meal in a restaurant, it's almost impossible not to notice one of two things. Either the price of foodstuffs has increased noticeably over the last several years or while the price has remained the same the portion size has decreased markedly. Next time you are at the store, look at the weight of a package of bacon or a ...
Activities March 4-10
Welcome to another edition of Marsh Musings. Thanks to all of you for the great feedback you have been sending us. We love hearing your thoughts about the articles and subjects you would like to see written about in the future. This week we are excited to write about perhaps one of our most memorable adventures yet; the finding of an injured snowy owl.
There are new videos at the Ellinwood School/Community Library. They are:
HOISINGTON - The Clara Barton Hospital Foundation is currently seeking applicants for its 2012 healthcare career scholarships. Identified as an ongoing goal for the Foundation, each year the Foundation desires to present several individuals with scholarships. Scholarship amount varies with the merits of the application and funds available from the endowments. The four scholarships to be awarded are: The Jonathan Witt Scholarship, The Sadie Stalcup Scholarship, The Verda Lane Nursing Scholarship and the Dr. Robert Moore Scholarship. Application deadline for all scholarships but the Dr. Robert Moore scholarship is April 1.
Chamber ambassador Tyler Schult welcomed everyone to the Larned Chamber Business of the Month spotlight and coffee hour at The Mall building owned by Sharon Larson.
LARNED - The Pawnee County Commission met at 9 a.m. Feb. 20 for a regular meeting at the Pawnee County Courthouse. The following are approved minutes submitted by Pawnee Commission clerk Ruth Searight.
Thursday, March 1
Ken Cowan, evangelist from Bowling Green, Kent. will minister at Cornerstone Fellowship Church, 1609 24th in Great Bend, at 7 p.m. Saturday, and 10:30 a.m. and at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday. Since September of 2000 Ken Cowan has traveled throughout the United States teaching God's word. His ministry is one of edification, encouragement, and exhortation presented with a memorable blend of humor. He teaches the principles of God's Word in a way that is interesting and easily understood by all that hear him. Ken states that he has been commissioned by God to ...
The annual Presbyterian Women's Rummage Sale will be held from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Saturday in the Fellowship Hall of the First Presbyterian Church at 24th and Washington.
"I wouldn't take any amount of money for that dog," were my dad's most often spoken words when referring to our family dog, Lady.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Kevin Durant scored 38 points, including 18 in the fourth quarter, and Russell Westbrook added 29 points and 10 rebounds as the Oklahoma City Thunder erased a 14-point deficit to hold on to beat the Orlando Magic 105-102 on Thursday night.
EMPORIA- Mid-week events are not all that common in track and field. But the Barton Community College men's track team made their way to Emporia State University Wednesday to participate in the Emporia Midweek Open.
Due to inclement weather forecasted for the area today, this evening's home soccer game between Great Bend and Manhattan has been postponed until Monday, May 11 at Cavanaugh Fields. Start time is 4 p.m.
Here we are at our last HomeWords column. It's been quite a journey, considering "home" from micro to macro: body, house, land, and sky. The American Cinquain has been our means of transportation, moving itself across the state to kitchen tables and laptops where we've read the work of fellow Kansans on an important topic.
The Sterling College Concert Choir, Chorale and Highland Singers will hold their final concert of the season at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 3, at the Sterling First United Methodist Church. The Masterworks Concert will feature the compositional work of Dr. Brad Nix with three additional works featuring a vocal performance by Dr. Laura Bateman.
After I read the news report, I popped the wine cork and praised the science gods. Alcohol consumption helps us live longer.
Welcome to a new chapter in our history, when we must now ask, "What is going on with these people who seem to get such a thrill out of posting selfies of themselves grinning alongside animals they have killed?"
The sixth-annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, benefiting the Family Crisis Center, will take place from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Barton County Courthouse Square.
BUHLER- Due to inclement weather forecasted for this afternoon, today's GBHS track and field meet at Buhler has been postponed and moved to Tuesday, April 28.
Due to inclement weather forcasted for the area today, this afternoon's jv baseball contest at Veterans Park between Great Bend and Hays has been postponed. A makeup date is yet to be determined.
UTICA - Linda Lee Dodrill, 70, passed away at Via Christi Hospital St. Francis, Wichita, on April 8, 2015. She was born on May 18, 1944, in Ransom, the daughter of Joseph D. and Maxine Hansen Cheney. On Sept. 15, 1963, she married Donald Dodrill in Utica. He passed away on April 21, 2015.
Cathy Estes and her colleagues have always appreciated physicians who refer children to Sunflower Diversified Services' Early Education Center (EEC) when a developmental delay is suspected or a medical problem needs intervention.
Sister Celeste Albers acknowledged that the razing of the St. Rose circular towers will be difficult to watch this summer.