The United Way of Central Kansas is teaming up with the City of Great Bend to host our annual Community Hot Dog Feed in conjunction with the Movie in the Square on Thursday, July 16. The event was rescheduled after it was postponed during June Jaunt due to inclement weather.
The 32nd Annual Kansas State Demolition Derby will be held Sunday, September 6, part of this year's four day Labor Day Weekend in Hoisington. The Hoisington Chamber of Commerce hosts the annual event, with support from Superior Essex, JRZ Enterprises, and Parr Sound and Lighting. Rules and regulations are available at the Hoisington Chamber office, 123 N. Main in Hoisington or call 620-653-4311. Please visit our website at www.hoisingtonkansas.com for complete information regarding rules and regulations on the Demolition Derby page.
The Great Bend City Band performed Thursday night at the Crest Theater in Great Bend. Several Larned members perform. The Larned contingent features front row, Larned High band director Katie Sperry, Mary Hunter, Jan Wysong, Kwinter Hartshorn, and Kate Schroeder, LHS senior; back row, Russell Linderer, Marc Colglazier, Chase Penka, Jack Anderson, Dalton McClendon, LHS student. Sperry serves in the Army Reserves and plays the clarinet in the Army Band, which recently performed during a Kansas City Royals game.
Eagle Communications Inc. of Great Bend announces the promotion of Randy Goering to the position of Market Manager. He succeeds Rick Nulton, who will continue in the leadership role through the end of July.
KANSAS CITY- While Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas missed his fourth straight game Thursday, the results of the #VoteMoose campaign to send Moustakas to the Esurance MLB All-Star Game 2015 Final Vote would lead one to think he never left.