Leroy C. "Mac" McDorman, 87, died Dec. 31 at Great Bend Regional Hospital. Born Nov. 22, 1926, he was the son of Dennis and Lena (Simenton) McDorman. On May 16, 1953, he married Darlene Venters at Plainville. A Great Bend resident since 1966, coming from Russell, he was employed by Halliburton Services, retiring as a field supervisor after 42 years. He loved his family and enjoyed fishing, hunting, and working in his yard.
HOISINGTON - Margaret B. Krug, 81, died Jan. 1 at Hospice of Salina in Salina. She was born Oct. 7, 1932, at Ness County, the daughter of Gaston Alvin Eugene and Rosie Bell (Ross) Young. She married Robert Eugene Krug Aug. 9, 1953, at Raton, N.M. He died Sept. 2, 2000.
HOISINGTON -USD 431 is hosting a Defensive Driving class. The class is open to the public. The class will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 7 at the Central Office at 165 W 3rd from 5-10 p.m. The cost will be $15 per person and checks should be made to AAA of Kansas. To sign up for the class, please call Central Office at 653-4134 by 3 p.m. on Jan. 6. Most insurances offer a discount for taking the class.
Heckuva job with that rebranding, Republicans. They started 2013 hoping to rejoin modern America but ended it once again on the wrong side of history. By embracing Phil Robertson's prejudice against gays and blacks and rebuffing Pope Francis' call for economic justice, Republicans have made it clear that they would rather hold onto unchristian religious views than make the changes needed to win national elections again.
President Obama, despondent over his low poll numbers and the lack of trust many Americans have for him and his policies, did something drastic. He met with the psychic medium who once helped Hillary Clinton contact the spirit of Eleanor Roosevelt. With the medium's help, Obama summoned the only presence in America who could help him: Richard Milhous Nixon.
It's time for our New Year's resolutions. The most popular ones include losing weight, getting out of debt, drinking less and reducing stress. Experts say 95% of these are broken by January 8. But enough of me. What follows are my resolutions/wishes for other people.
Women who undergo routine mammograms now have the latest diagnostic technology available to them, digital mammography. Great Bend Regional Hospital is the first healthcare provider in Central Kansas to feature the state-of-the-art system, Selenia™ digital mammography together with the breast cushion, MammoPad®, from Hologic™.