STILLWATER, Okla. - After suffering through Oklahoma State's first losing season in 24 years, forward Le'Bryan Nash watched last year's NCAA tournament with one thought on his mind: "We've got to be there next year."
WASHINGTON - John Thompson III took the microphone and made a very un-JT3-like declaration.
Future Barton County kids receiving a diagnosis of cancer will benefit from funds raised by Dr. Dave McMillon, Hoisington veterinarian. Dr. Dave dubbed his event, "Drown Dr. Dave", inviting others to pledge their support to Kans for Kids Fighting Cancer Foundation as he swam laps at Club 1 Fitness recently in Great Bend.
HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?
Monday, March 18
Thankfully the current revival of President Obama's Charm Offensive is not a theatrical production, because the reviews are decidedly mixed. Seeing him furiously pirouette around Washington for the last two weeks like a carnival contortionist makes you wonder if he might be secretly setting up a post-presidential career in a Las Vegas Cirque du Soleil spin-off.
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LAWRENCE - Every time that Kansas head coach Bill Self sends his starting five onto the court, an argument could be made that he's playing with the exception rather than the rule.
Drop the pen. Everybody knows no ink makes contact with a bracket sheet until Monday night at the earliest. Until it's deadline time, pencils are preferred.
EUREKA - Marvin Lee (Sonny) French, 89, died on March 14th. Born on Nov. 7, 1923, in Hamilton, he was the son of Theodore and Theresa (Groom) French.
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