The Kansas City, Mo.-based Sutherland Lumber Company has acquired property in Great Bend, a company official confirmed Thursday morning. However, the official couldn't elaborate on where this property was or on the company's plans in Great Bend.
A light mist fell on a fog-shrouded Brit Spaugh Zoo Wednesday morning as a deftly operated mini-excavator nibbled away at chucks of broken ice and concrete at the park.
The arrest warrant has been dropped against the Great Bend man originally sought by Great Bend authorities for allegedly beating and cutting of his ex-fiance a week ago and who turned himself to the Gardner police Thursday, Great Bend Police Chief Dean Akings said Friday.
They made it.
PAWNEE ROCK – Digging through piles of dusty boxes and brittle, yellowed documents found in the old Pawnee Rock city office yielded a unique treasure for the residents of this small western Barton County community.
TOPEKA – The marketing of the Wetlands and Wildlife Scenic Byway received a boost, thanks to a grant from the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism.
There were no forests or big game in sight in the halls of Central Kansas Christian Academy Tuesday afternoon, but there was plenty of camouflage to go around.
It's about time to satisfy that sweet tooth once again.
It is only in the discussion phase, but teachers and administrators at Great Bend High School are examining switching from block scheduling back to offering seven class periods each day. The topic came up in passing during the Unified School District 428 School Board's luncheon meeting Tuesday at Riley Elementary School.
Siblings Blaine, Bryce and Brynn Mermis thought the gathering at Eisenhower Elementary School Friday afternoon was just a celebration of a school-wide accomplishment – no tardies during the last quarter.
Putting on a farm show every year is a daunting task, but Darren Dale is up to the challenge, thanks to all the local help he's received.
A Larned man faces burglary charges and similar charges are pending against a Great Bend juvenile after a Great Bend man recognized their car as one involved in a burglary on his property, and pursed, rammed and shot at them early Wednesday morning, according a new release from the Barton Count Sheriff's Office.
It cannot be seen, smelled or tasted, yet this lethal gas is found in one out of every 15 homes in the United States.
Average retail gasoline prices in Kansas have not moved in the past week, but experts believe tensions in the Middle East, particularly Iran, that could change that in a hurry.
A survey of Barton County residents on their perceptions of the Alicia DeBolt murder and the man accused of killing her, Adam Longoria, is being conducted by a Lincoln, Neb., firm Foot in the Door using a questionnaire prepared by professors at Pittsburg State University, said Troy Comeau of PSU's Communications Department.
oung ones will soon be headed back to school. It's been a few months, so children and drivers need to remember some simple rules so this year can be a safe one for everyone. The Kansas Department of Transportation and the Kansas Highway Patrol offer the following:
After months of controversy, delays and additional expenses, the Barton County Commission Monday morning approved the 2013 county audit report, a reported labled by the auditors as "unqualified" and "clean."
A Great Bend Tribune reader complained over the phone this week about the continued resistance by local gasoline retailers to lower their prices. Pump prices in Great Bend have been locked at $3.43 for weeks, even as they have tumbled elsewhere, making the per gallon cost among the highest in Kansas.
Flashing yellow lights around town herald the start of another academic year. It also signals that drivers to be aware children could be crossing the streets in those school zones.
The putrid stench of rotting fish hung heavy over Veterans Memorial Lake Friday morning and buzzards circled overhead.
According to state law, the Appraiser's Office is required to re-inspect 17 percent of the county each year. Barton County Appraiser Barb Esfeld said this year, her staff is measuring and inspecting properties located south of K-4 to 50 Road, including the rural areas and Olmitz, part of Hoisington, Albert and Barton Hills. Properties that have sold recently and/or have building permits will also be inspected.