There will be a new face at the K-State Research and Extension Barton County office next week. Jennifer Carr will join the Great Bend staff of the as an agriculture and natural resources agent, effective Monday.
For the last few weeks, Unified School District 428 employees at the District Education Center have been a band of nomads. The center is undergoing an installation of new heating and air conditioning systems, forcing the personnel from one room to another while ceilings are torn out and new duct work installed.
Senator Jerry Moran has two resolutions for the new year – first, avoid desserts and second, do his part to end the rancor in Washington, D.C.
One could call it a little house on the prairie. Rising from a barren swatch of the Kansas plains on the edge of a field of milo stubble, the century-old barn stands as a testament to a different time. However, all that remained of what was known as the "Mills' Barn" to locals were its four stout golden limestone walls. The years have ravaged the structure, and salvage crews have robbed it of its roof ...
For eight years, the Great Bend Military Moms organization has shipped care packages to American service personnel serving overseas, a mission sparked by deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan in the War on Terror.
The unemployment rate in Kansas continued its slow downward trek in November, the Kansas Department of Labor announced Monday. This marked the third straight month with lower jobless numbers and more Kansans entering the workforce.
In celebration of Christmas, which falls on Sunday this year, the Great Bend Tribune will publish its weekend edition on Saturday instead of Sunday, Publisher Mary Hoisington said.
According to AAA, 91 percent of Kansas holiday travelers, or 83.6 million people, are expected to take to the roadways during the year-end holiday period at a time when many are partying to celebrate the season.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On the 40th anniversary of the National Cancer Act, U.S. Sens. Jerry Moran, R-Kan., and Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, Tuesday reaffirmed America's commitment to battle the disease while the introducing a bipartisan resolution recognizing the nation's commitment to cancer research.
A collaboration between the Central Kansas Partnership and the Golden Belt Community Foundation has netted a $25,000 planning grant from the Kansas Health Foundation's Healthy Community Design initiative. Barton County is one of only seven communities in the state to receive this funding.
WICHITA – A Great Bend man has pleaded guilty to producing child pornography, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Wichita reported Wednesday morning.
The future will be a time of promise and peril for agricultural producers, a pair of nationally know ag market experts said Wednesday morning.
As the holidays draw near, local and state health officials are urging all Kansans to get their annual flu vaccination to fight the spread of the respiratory influenza this season.
ABILENE - Seventy years ago today marked the "date that will live infamy."
A stiff north wind whipped across the park at 10th and K-96 Thursday morning, making the cold seem colder.
MANHATTAN – The Plains-parching drought gripping North American has caused dramatic changes in native fish communities, including those that call Arkansas River home, a Kansas State University researcher said. These changes could have a damaging impact on the health of the Ark as it trickles around Great Bend. "A couple of key species that we have been studying have virtually disappeared where they historically were abundant," said Keith Gido, a KSU biology professor who studies ...
Three local lessons can be gleaned from a new Kansas State University report outlining the fiscal health of the 105 counties in the Sunflower State.
The Memorial Parks Advisory Committee is on a mission.