Monday Reach: Lesson, Activity and Treat - 7 p.m., St. Pats Freaky Frankie - 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center Tuesday Bowling - 4 p.m., Walnut Bowl Wednesday Lite and Lively - 6:30 p.m., Recreation Center Ceramics - 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center Thursday Kickball - 7 p.m., City Auditorium Easy Cooking Peanut Butter - 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center
The following well-balanced and nutritious Friendship Meals will be served for lunch at the Great Bend Senior Center, 2005 Kansas Ave. Meals are served with milk; donations for coffee and tea are accepted.
Monday Birthdays and Anniversaries - noon, Senior Center Osteoporosis - 1 p.m., Senior Center Tuesday Coffee and Doughnuts - 8:30 a.m., Senior Center Pinochle - 1 p.m., Senior Center Potluck - 5:30 p.m., Senior Center Wednesday Fall Decoration - 1:30 p.m., High Rise Pitch - 7 p.m., Senior Center Thursday Thanksgiving Dinner - noon, Senior Center Dominoes - 1 p.m., Senior Center Friday Bridge - 1 p.m., Recreation Center
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3111 and its Ladies Auxiliary met on Oct. 25 at the Post Home.
Sunday Daughters of Isabella - 2 p.m. at the St. Patrick Parish Center. Installation of officers Monday Great Bend Optimist - noon at the Highland Hotel Heritage Room Great Bend Rotary Club - noon at the Highland Hotel South Heritage Room Order of Eastern Star Great Bend #226 - 7:30 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge in Hoisington American Legion Auxiliary - 7 p.m. at the Post Home, 1011 Kansas Progress Club - 1:15 p.m. Hostess-Darlene ...
Dr. Victor L. Martin One of the classes many students in the Agricultural Program at Barton take is titled, "Agriculture In Society." The purpose of this course is to explore not only the effects our agriculture heritage has had on the development of our country but how the country as a whole interacts with and views the industry and culture of agriculture today. This necessarily involves some history and background, from hunter-gatherers to today's modern ...
High school students from across Kansas will compete in Fort Hays State University's Math Relays on Thursday, Nov. 10.
"This is a test of the Emergency Alert System…" These words, familiar to most people across the state, are reminders that we live in a world where disasters can strike with little or no warning, so it is vital to get emergency information to the public as quickly as possible. That was why the Emergency Alert System was devised. While tests of the EAS are usually conducted on a weekly and monthly schedule that suits ...
There are still appointments available with trained volunteers to review your Medicare Part D options for 2012. Even if you are satisfied with your current plan, it's a good idea to make certain that it's still the best plan for you in 2012. The only way to be sure is to enter your prescription drugs into a program on the Medicare website designed to sort through all the plans to find the most cost-effective plan ...
The Daughters of Isabella Immaculate Conception Circle #744 met in September where 50 year pins were given to two members and Past Regents were recognized.
API will meet on Nov. 9 at Stone Ridge Golf Club. The evenings program will be presented by Nathan Holland with Baker Hughes/Centrilift Division. The topic will be: "Fluid Movers – ESP, PCP and Hpumps in the Oil & Gas industry". The evening consists of corporate sponsored social hour at 6:30 p.m., a Cheeseburger Steak dinner, followed by the program. There's a $10 fee at the door and the public is invited to attend.
Gareth Shand, 6, was welcomed into the first grade in San Antonio with an immediate in-school suspension.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - No. 1 LSU gained the inside track to the BCS title game, beating No. 2 Alabama 9-6 on Drew Alleman's 25-yard field goal in overtime after a fierce defensive struggle in which neither team reached the end zone Saturday night.
AMES, Iowa (AP) - Jeff Woody doesn't care how it looks. He and his Iowa State teammates won another football game, and for Woody, that's all that matters.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) - A former defensive coach who was integral for decades to Penn State's football success was accused Saturday of molesting eight boys, and two school administrators were charged with failing to tell police when a witness told them he saw a boy being sexually assaulted in the shower.
Back in elementary school when I was hand-writing my newspaper The Lewisburg Snoopy Nose, I never dreamed what sort of tools journalists would be using today.
Clearly, it MUST have been a video produced by America's enemies, a vicious piece of propaganda that was so outlandish it would have brought laughs 10 years ago. No one except indoctrinated citizens of communist countries would ever believe it.
Winter is officially here! The weather has cooled down, and some of the best little hunters have appeared on the scene. The short-eared owls are here! I saw the first one of this year yesterday evening at dusk on the Redwing Road. It is the time of the aerial hunters. Hawks, eagles, falcons and owls can be seen with a little patience.
MANHATTAN - Jerry and Lou Ann Morgenstern, Barton County, were honored as Kansas Farm Bureau Farm Family of the Year for Farm Bureau's 7th geographic district. The Morgensterns received their award during Kansas Farm Bureau's 95th Annual Meeting in Manhattan, Dec. 3.
Kansas Farm Bureau recognized members and friends at its 95th Annual Meeting, Dec. 2-4 in Manhattan.
• Larned Christmas Parade - Larned's Christmas Parade begins at 11 a.m. in downtown Larned Saturday and features a theme of "It's a Candyland Christmas." Cars, bicycles and walkers are invited. After the parade, Santa's Workshop will be open. At 2 p.m. a free movie at the Larned State Theater for the children of Pawnee County.
CLAY CENTER – One of my highlights each Christmas is putting up the tree and trimming it out with lights and decorations. We start at the bottom and wind our way upwards finishing it off with the angel at the top. Then the drum rolls for the big test – plugging it in. When it all works and the tree lights up, it is a beautiful sight. Often I will sit in the living room with just the tree lights on gazing at their beauty.
Christmas will be a little merrier for children who might not otherwise have a package to open this year, thanks to a local non-profit agency and a Great Bend business.