ELLINWOOD The Fire Escape Coffee House is set to reopen on April 6 with a new, improved interior, more open hours, a new executive director and new appliances for coffee.
Additional name added to HMS Principal's Honor Roll
CLAFLIN - Equipped with a real car seat, four infant simulators made their way home with Central Plains High School - Claflin students since the first of the year. A total of 17 girls in the Human Growth and Development class each spent a weekend discovering what it is like to be a parent.
CHEYENNE BOTTOMS - Kansas Wetlands Education Center educator Eric Giesing has received the Kansas Association for Conservation and Environmental Education Rising Star Award.
he Retired and Senior Volunteer Program offers many services, and one of the services they offer is transportation for out-of-town medical appointments.
State of Kansas Senator Ruth Teichman, R-Stafford and Representatives Bill Wolf, R-Great Bend, and Bob Bethell, R-Alden, were in Great Bend at the legislative coffee on Saturday morning, and they all reported on a full slate of bills under consideration.
HOLYROOD - Interwoven with a story about his dog, Starbuck, who hid under the couch because he was bullied, Kevin Honeycutt, a technology integration specialist at Essdack in Hutchinson, talked to USD 112 students about using technology safely, using technology for learning, and kindness. Honeycutt travels throughout the U.S. with his presentation.
CHEYENNE BOTTOMS - A young female snowy owl was found wounded at Cheyenne Bottoms last week by Hoisington resident Dr. Dan Witt and taken to the Raptor Center in Great Bend where it later died during surgery.
HOISINGTON - Clara Barton Hospital held a community assessment meeting with Vince Vandehaar, owner of VVV Research & Development, Inc., to provide an overview of Barton County health needs on Monday night.
ELLINWOOD -Leon and Linda Sobba, longtime Ellinwood residents, were named the Ellinwood Rotary Club's 2012 Distinguished Citizens at the club's annual banquet. In addition, the club is celebrating its 75th anniversary, beginning on Dec. 1, 1936.
CLAFLIN - Don Cates and family have reopened The Ninety-Four Store Cafe, 200 E. Front St., Claflin, beginning last December. The hours are M-F from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., serving breakfast and lunch.
ELLINWOOD - At its annual celebration last Saturday, the Ellinwood Chamber of Commerce members came together to review the year and enjoy snacks and hor d'ouerves.
Sex. . . just saying the word brings sidewise glances, giggles and, by my twenty-something children, insistence that they were brought into this world by the stork.
Editor's note: This is the second story in a series of stories about teen pregnancy. This month, we are talking to the mother of a 15 year old who just recently learned that her daughter is pregnant. We will call her Jane.
"I was not happy about it, but my biggest concern is for her," said Jane (not her real name) about learning her daughter was pregnant. "At 15, she's definitely not ready.
Area Boy Scouts from Troop 184 were covered up to their elbows in flour as they learned the craft of making homemade noodles for the annual Boy Scout Chili and Chicken Noodle Soup Dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Feb. 5. at the Elks, Lodge, 1120 Kansas Ave.
What an amazing five years this has been!
With a splash of bold and bright colors, the art show "Drifting Down the Moonlit Path" will highlight the work of artist Jacquelyn Fisher throughout the month of November at Petr's Frame House, 2009 16th St. A reception will be held at 4:30-7:30 p.m. Nov. 29. There is no cost and wine and cheese will be served.
HOISINGTON - To honor those who raised their hand and said "I'll go," a special ceremony was held at Hoisington High School to thank those who served this country in war and in peace, for their sacrifices.
While some area residents and residents of more glamorous states turn a disdainful eye on the treasures of central Kansas, two native German travel writers found what was awesome about this part of wheat country-and Cheyenne Bottoms.
In the mid-20th century, the tiny bed bugs that punch a big punch basically disappeared from first world countries with the use of such chemicals as DDT. The problem began again in 1995 with worldwide travel becoming increasingly common, and use of insecticides with reduced residual activity, all probably played a role in the resurgence.
HOISINGTON - Writing is exciting, and children's book author Gary Hogg integrates his passion for the written word and fun, which he shared with Hoisington elementary school students last week in a workshop.
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