STAFFORD COUNTY - Frances Fanshier has more than 60 years of experience watching severe weather in Stafford County.
MANHATTAN – Larned pitcher Brittney Perez ended her career with a strikeout and the Lady Indians celebrated a victory in the Class 3A state softball tournament,
LARNED – The Fort Larned Foundation for Education is sponsoring two fundraising events appealing to runners, walkers and golfers June 4-5.
LARNED - A prospective business that has contacted the Kansas Department of Commerce about vacant business space might fill the void left by the recent departure of Doerr Metal Products at 320 E. Eighth Street.
LARNED – Members of the Pawnee County Public Building Commission are considering two bonding companies for financing for a proposed $18 million Pawnee Valley Community Hospital (PVCH).
ST. JOHN - St. John High School is mourning the loss of a talented musician and actor and his mother who served as an elementary school paraprofessional.
BUSHTON - Katelyn Zink is accustomed to being called last. "For a long time growing up, I didn't like it,' she said. "But now, I've actually gotten used to it." For once, Zink could enjoy the luxury of being the last in line. She'll be the trivia answer to the question, "Who was the last graduate of Quivira Heights High School?" Zink hadn't really thought about what it meant to be the last Thunderbird to ...
By Jim Misunas firstname.lastname@example.org BUSHTON - Katelyn Zink is accustomed to being called last. "For a long time growing up, I didn't like it,' she said. "But now, I've actually gotten used to it." For once Zink could enjoy the luxury of being the last in line. She'll be the trivia answer to the question, "Who was the last graduate of Quivira Heights High School?" Zink hadn't really thought about what it meant to be ...
LARNED - The Larned High jazz band 'Sun Riz" were "Crazy With the Blues," creating a "Land of Make Believe," during an entertaining Wednesday afternoon at the Farmers State Bank.
By Jim Misunas email@example.com LEAVENWORTH - Larned's Doerr-Vernon Park received a Spotlight Award at the recent Kansas Sampler Foundation at Leavenworth. There were more than 150 tourism booths that were eligible for the annual award. Larned was part of the 22nd annual Kansas Sampler Festival at May 7-8. More than 7,500 people attended the 2-day event in Ray Miller Park to visit with the festival participants and find out what there is to see and ...
By Jim Misunas firstname.lastname@example.org LARNED – Members of the Pawnee County Public Building Commission will provide insight for the selection of a bonding company for financing for a proposed $18 million Pawnee Valley Community Hospital (PVCH). Tom Giessel, Tim George and Dick King are members of a Pawnee Public Building Commission (PBC) who will issue the bonds on PVCH. The commissioners and PBC must choose a banking company to underwrite and sell bonds for the ...
HUDSON - Unfortunately, it's back to square one for Brenda and Ken Grabast.
LARNED - Interviews to find a replacement for Larned city manager Don Gaeddert will continue in the next week.
LARNED - When Larned's National Guard Armory was turned over to the city of Larned in 2010, no one knew what the future would hold for the building.
Construction ongoing for Pawnee Humane Society LARNED - Thanks to a $109,000 loan from the city of Larned, it's full speed ahead for the second phase of the Pawnee County Humane Society building. The 3,850-sq. ft. building is near the entrance of the Larned State Hospital off W. 8th. It will provide room for dogs and cats with separate rooms for food prep, laundry and grooming and education. The Larned city council approved to provide ...
LARNED - The Santa Fe Trail Center has launched a new exhibit series, "Who We Are -- Faces of Pawnee County."
A man's life is over and the more we hear about it, the worse it sounds.
By Jim Misunas
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