Lisa M. Woods, 42, of Great Bend, passed away at the Ellinwood District Hospital in Ellinwood, early on Thursday morning, July 3. Born July 9, 1971, in Great Bend, she was the daughter of Allen L. and Margaret (Sanders) Smith. In 1989, she graduated from Ellinwood High School. On July 11, 1999, she was united in marriage to Kurt E. Woods in Great Bend. She was employed as a CNA for many years through Allstaff Chartered nursing service in Great Bend, and had been a stay-at-home mom for the past nine years. Her favorite pastimes were fishing, camping, and any ...
LARNED - Cecil Merle Rose, 82, passed away July 3 at his home in Larned. Born May 5, 1932, in Haviland, he was the son of William and Elisa Smith Rose. A lifetime area resident, he was a retired foreman for the Pawnee County Road Department.
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TOPEKA - Gov. Sam Brownback once called Obamacare "an abomination," and with the federal health reform law now four years on the books bad-mouthing it has become a conservative Republican ritual.
Fuller Industries of Great Bend is the recipient of the annual Kansas Water Environment Association's Gold Pretreatment Compliance Award, Mike Bader, City of Great Bend Waste water Treatment Plant manager announced this week.
The Great Bend City Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the City Office, 1209 Williams. On the agenda are the establishment of a Born Learning Trail in Great Bend, a sewer line hook-up request, a joint effort with Barton County on the 10th Street bridge and a Rural Housing Incentive District for the Reserves at Trail Ridge.
The Barton County Commission will meet at 9 a.m. Monday at the Barton County Courthouse, 1400 Main in Great Bend. The agenda includes an update on the Treasurer's Office, Golden Belt Veterans Memorial engravings, the county's mobile command vehicle and the purchase of a new vehicle by the Health Department.
LARNED - The Larned city council will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday. Agenda items include considceration of a rtental housing management agreement and a moderate income housing application.
Jeremy Lamb, no insurance, dismissed - proof shown
Over the weekend, game wardens with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) participated in Operation Dry Water, a national effort to reduce the number of accidents and deaths related to boating under the influence (BUI). The three-day enforcement effort was conducted from 12 a.m. June 27, to 11:59 p.m. June 29. In addition to enforcing wildlife laws and regulations, game wardens are responsible for patrolling the waters of Kansas, conducting boat accident investigations, boat safety inspections, BUI checks, safety programs, education classes and other boating related activities. Many factors contribute to the way alcohol ...
HOLLYWOOD - Happy Thursday, everybody, and God bless America.
It's not up for debate that our country is losing ground on the world stage - at least as far as economic and military power are concerned. But what is debatable is how we should react.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Bartlett Grain announced Thursday its construction of a new grain facility in Barton County just east of Great Bend on the Kansas and Oklahoma Railroad. "We look forward to bringing our focus on customer service and access to strong destination markets to the area's producers and the region's existing grain elevators," said Bob Knief, president, Bartlett Grain Company.
Adrian J. Polansky, State Executive Director of the Kansas Farm Service Agency (FSA), announced today that emergency haying and grazing of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) acreage has been approved for 44 counties in Kansas effective Wednesday, July 16.
Despite the media play Chicago gets, it isn't the official "Murder Capital of the U.S.A."
A recent change to bedbug fumigation will make it more cost-effective to get rid of the pests, thanks to research from Kansas State University.
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Sunflower Diversified Services has participated in the Self Advocate Coalition of Kansas (SACK) conference for a number of years because it always promises to provide new and helpful information. Once again, SACK kept its promise.
The 2014 Chase All School Reunion will be held Sept. 25 - Sept. 28.
Enrollment for the fall term at Incredible Years Preschool is open now for children ages 2 1/2 to 5, and since space is limited, parents are encouraged to register soon.
Lochner Engineering Consults will perform an up-close special bridge inspection on Barton County Bridge No. 202, over the Walnut Creek on Tuesday, July 22. The bridge is located on East Barton County Road, approximately 2.9 miles East of Great Bend. Be advised this will require temporary closure of the bridge to traffic from approximately 1 to 6 p.m.
Today's column focuses on herbicide resistant GMO technology and next week the potential up- and down- sides of GMOs. While this focuses on herbicide resistant traits produced through genetic engineering, it should be pointed out many herbicide resistant traits have been obtained through conventional breeding techniques. Let's discuss the trait almost everyone is familiar with – Roundup Ready ® technology.
The Kansas Masonic Foundation, Inc. has announced plans to present the 31st annual Kansas Masonic All-State High School Marching Band and corresponding band camp at Pittsburg State University (PSU), July 22 – 26.
Great Bend's AAA American Legion baseball team will open the Zone Tournament on Monday at 11 a.m. in Hays.
BOSTON - Rubby De La Rosa quietly walked up behind reporters waiting for him and went unnoticed before he got their attention.