FORT LARNED - The staff at Fort Larned National Historic Site has scheduled a free photography workshop geared for young adults from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 21.
Gusty winds from collapsing thunderstorms triggered a heat burst that blew over 20 power poles in northwest Barton County and southern Russell County Tuesday night.
Catcher Cassidy Kelsheimer ripped a three-run homer to spark Cottonwood Falls-Chase County past Hillsboro 5-1 for the Class 2-1A State Softball Championship Friday at the Great Bend Sports Complex.
By Jim Misunas
Welcome rain in western and central Kansas Sunday evening was accompanied by 60 mph wind and hail up to 21/2 inches in Meade County.
Pittsburg Colgan shut out Little River 4-0 Friday to capture the school's 18th state baseball championship in Friday's Class 2-1A state tournament at Great Bend's Sports Complex.
The camaraderie was perfect and the stories, well, you had to be there.
Thursday, May 22
DODGE CITY - U.S. Kansas Senator Pat Roberts, R-Dodge City, has scheduled Town Hall meetings Thursday, May 29 in Larned and Kinsley.
HUTCHINSON - Great Bend High School's softball team's road to regionals will depend on a three-way coin flip after losing a 4-2 heartbreaker to Hutchinson High. Great Bend won the nightcap 14-9 after nearly losing an 11-run lead.
There is nothing religious about kidnapping schoolgirls.
LARNED - Larned High School's baseball team (14-4) swept Nickerson Tuesday 10-3 and 5-3 to secure the No. 1 seed for Monday's Larned regional.
ST. JOHN - Drought conditions in central Kansas that have lowered the wheat harvest forecast have had a similar effect on the crop's biggest issues - disease and pests.
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