By day, Chad Boone enjoys seeing his customers get exactly what they want at Bass-X, an auto sound and accessories business.
The silence is deafening at Penn State University.
WAMEGO - Ellinwood coach Lyles Lashley had witnessed the work ethic of the Eagles' cross country teams.
LYONS - Hoisington High volleyball coach Tina Johnson wasn't sure how the Lady Cardinals would respond when they got tested in the Lyons sub-state.
LARNED - The Kansas Lottery has spread its good fortune on a 74-year-old Larned resident.
ST. JOHN - Tanner Cooper scored four touchdowns and the Pretty Prairie High School football team converted three St. John mistakes into scores en route to a 44-22 Eight-Man Division-I District 5 football victory Friday night.
By Jim Misunas
MANHATTAN - Hoisington High School Principal Meg Wilson and her husband Chuck lead a double life from their Great Bend home.
Dakota Ochs was quick on her feet and calm, a perfect combination to capture a Monarch butterfly Saturday morning at the Kansas Wetlands Education Center.
BY Jim Misunas
MANHATTAN - Leave it to Alex, my 4-year-old Texan grandson, to place a positive spin on Kansas State's season-opening 10-7 football victory over Eastern Kentucky.
A three-vehicle accident occurred at the intersection of 24th and Washington streets Tuesday. Two accident victims were airlifted to Wichita's Via-Christi Hospital following the accident. Great Bend police report an apparent medical condition by a driver triggered the accident at 2:25 p.m. Tuesday.
LARNED - Volunteers are taking care of dogs and cats at the Pawnee County Humane Society building.
By Jim Misunas
By Jim Misunas
DODGE CITY – Class 2A Central Plains stunned Class 6A Shawnee Mission South 54-38 to advance to Saturday's championship game of the Dodge City Tournament of Champions. The Oilers (10-1) outscored South 30-16 in the second half.
LARNED - Larned's newest housing project has been named Prairie Vista by the Larned city council.
By JIM MISUNAS
Thursday, Jan. 22
Wednesday, Jan. 21
DODGE CITY - Dodge City's girls handed Great Bend its first Western Athletic League loss 55-35 and Dodge City's boys completed a sweep with a 50-36 victory over the Panther boys.
Hesston 60, Larned 32
Defending Mid-Winter Classic champion St. John (9-0) drew the top seed, but innovative scheduling gives the unbeaten Tigers three games next week. St. John will open against the Pratt-Macksville loser at 4:45 p.m. But the Tigers will still play in Friday's second semifinal game at 8:15 p.m. against the Pratt-Macksville winner, which is scheduled Tuesday. The other bracket matches Ness City against Nickerson and Larned versus winless Wichita West (0-8) in Thursday's games.
Great Bend's basketball team witnessed the future for Hays High Indians, and the future is very bright.
Great Bend's leading scorer Regan Unruh made the game's key play with an assist.
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