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New ‘Jurassic World’ trailer shows a park full of problems

ISLA NUBLAR — It’s been over 20 years since the release of “Jurassic Park,” but while technology is smarter, humans aren’t.

April 21, 2015 | Jarom Moore KSL | Entertainment

Talking about math at the table can improve preschoolers’ skills, study shows

Mothers who discuss simple arithmetic with their preschoolers at the dinner table can improve their children’s grasp of math. That’s according to a new study by researchers at Chile’s Pontifical Catholic University and at University of Michigan.

April 21, 2015 | Menachem Wecker Deseret News | Education

Do the names we use for sex reflect how intimate we really are?

It is remarkable how many different names we have in our modern English language for human physical intimacy. They run the gamut from beautiful, joy-suggesting names to ugly, exploitive terms and even words that we use for cursing. Perhaps the words we use have some influence on how we actually feel about sex.

April 21, 2015 | Linda and Richard Eyre FamilyShare | Trending Topics

Having a high IQ might make you depressed, research shows

Brainiacs, beware. Having the kind of active brain associated with high intelligence may also lead to stress and anxiety, according to recent research.

April 21, 2015 | Kelsey Dallas Deseret News | Trending Topics

First teaser trailer for 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'



METROPOLIS — Director Zack Snyder announced a few days ago that a trailer for the highly anticipated “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” would be showing in IMAX theaters and audiences could buy a ticket to see the preview.

April 21, 2015 | John Clyde KSL | Entertainment

Have You Seen This? Don't mess with gorillas



THE ZOO — The zoo is a place where we can see the animals we’ve always loved up close and personal. At times, however, we forget these are wild animals and not the adorable cuddly stuffed animals we grew up with. Nature has a way of reminding us that animals can be terrifying.

April 21, 2015 | John Clyde KSL | Entertainment

Should you tell your friends how much money you make?

Telling your friends how much money you make may open up a conversation about income inequality, which could lead you both towards better paychecks, Meredith Bennett-Smith wrote for Quartz.

April 21, 2015 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | Trending Topics

7 reasons couples fight so much during traveling

My husband and I love to travel. We started when we were dating, and have made it a priority in our marriage to fit in at least a trip each year.

April 21, 2015 | Megan Shauri FamilyShare | Trending Topics

13 countries with the most amount of religious freedom

A new study from the Pew Research Center unveiled the countries across the world with the most religious freedom, and found that Brazil leads the way with “virtually no measurable restrictions on religious freedom.”

April 21, 2015 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | Trending Topics

Why an airline CEO wants single pilots to get married

The CEO of Turkish Airlines wants his single pilots to get married. He believes it will provide them with some stability and prevent the kind of erratic behavior that contributed to a co-pilot authorities suspect deliberately crashed a plane into the French Alps, killing all on board.

April 21, 2015 | Lois M. Collins Deseret News | Trending Topics

READY FOR BUSINESS

There were several familiar faces and one new one as the Great Bend City Council reorganized Monday night.

April 20, 2015 | Dale Hogg | News

Ronald Lee Reneau 1957 - 2015

SEWARD - Ronald Lee Reneau, 57, passed away April 13, 2015 at the University of Colorado Hospital. He was born on Dec. 13, 1957, in Kiowa. He lived most of his life in the Hudson, St John and Seward area. He joined US Navy right after high school graduation and spent time in the Philippines, Japan and Hawaiian Islands. He trained with the United States Navy Seals as their Assault Coxman.

April 20, 2015 | | Obituaries

Marvin Leroy Brown 1939 - 2015

RADIUM - Marvin Leroy Brown, 75, passed away April 19, at his home in Radium. Born July 8, 1939, in Great Bend, he was the son of J.P. and Frances (Ward) Brown. A resident of Radium since 1985, he was a welder. On Feb. 14, 1985, he married Lana C. (Mettscher) in Kansas City, MO. She survives of the home.

April 20, 2015 | | Obituaries

Ethel Jonas

HAYS - Ethel Jonas, 91, died April 20 at Hays Medical Center, Hays. Services are pending and will be announced at a later date by Nicholson-Ricke Funeral Home, Hoisington, KS.

April 20, 2015 | | Obituaries

Maurice J. Damm 1933-2015

Maurice J. Damm, 81, died April 19 at Harry Hynes Memorial Hospice, Wichita. Born June 17, 1933 at Great Bend, he was the son of Hugo L. and Louise (Shepherd) Damm.

April 20, 2015 | | Obituaries

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Walk this way

Some steps that can make Barton County a more hospitable for pedestrians and a more healthful place to live require little more than new signs and paint, Barton County Health Department Public Health Educator Janel Rose told the County Commission Wednesday morning.

January 02, 2013 | Dale Hogg | News

Cougars rally late to edge Grizzlies in first game back

CHANUTE - After four days of practice and a month off from competition, the Barton Community College men's basketball team escaped with an 84-82 win over Missouri State University-West Plains on Tuesday night in the Sonic Shootout at Neosho County.

January 02, 2013 | | Community College

Pathways December Employee of the Month

Tony Leal-Mendez has been named Pathways December Employee of the Month. Tony is a recent addition to the Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) team. Due to the expansion of this department, he was added to the team in July. Since that time Tony has shown great initiative and compassion for the consumers he serves. He has helped to continue growth within the VR department enabling more individuals in need to be served. Most recently, he stepped up in the absence of the coordinator and kept things running smoothly for the consumers and employers in her absence.

January 02, 2013 | | Business

Tax hikes

January 02, 2013 | | Editorial Cartoons

Adopt-A-Dog If affordable for the family

A new program has begun to encourage local families to Adopt-A-Dog. It's a great program.

January 02, 2013 | Karen LaPierre | Viewpoint

Hurricane Sandy relief filled with pork

Many news outlets are reporting that President Obama's proposed $60.4 billion federal aid bill for Hurricane Sandy victims is packed with pork. I contacted my White House insider, Deep Mole, to get some answers.

January 02, 2013 | BY TOM PURCELL | Columnists

Congress needs lessons from sports

After four horrible seasons, the Jacksonville Jaguars canned their general manager. The Bears missed the playoffs, and now Lovie Smith is unemployed. And now Andy Reid, once called "coach for life" by the owner of the Philadelphia Eagles, is out of work.

January 02, 2013 | BY JASON STANFORD | Columnists

Ellinwood to have Red Cross blood drive

ELLINWOOD - The Red Cross will have an Ellinwood Community blood drive at St. Joseph Parish center, 110 W. 2nd St. from 2-7 p.m. on Jan. 14.

January 02, 2013 | | Barton Co. News

EGS receives visit from Mrs. Claus

January 02, 2013 | | Barton Co. News

HHS debaters honored

HOISINGTON - Recently, Hoisington High School sophomore Brandy Bodine and freshmen Robbie Willesden were named the Outstanding Debaters of the Cardinal Debate Team this past season. Robbie and Brandy, along with junior Jenny Fercking, earned letters in debate. All three were novice (first year) debaters.

January 02, 2013 | | Barton Co. News

Hoisington VFW to close

HOISINGTON - The Hoisington Veterans of Foreign War Hall, 256 S. Main, closed after its last event on New Years Eve.

January 02, 2013 | Karen LaPierre | Barton Co. News

Will 2013 Be the Year We Slow the Moral Decline?

With dark shadows of uncertainty descending upon the hearts of so many at the conclusion of 2012, one can only hope 2013 will be a year of promise. But even in these dark days, miracles do still happen, especially when people are willing to roll up their sleeves for the cause of freedom.

January 01, 2013 | Susan Stamper Brown | Columnists

Charities Need Your Help All Year Round

While Obama moves his fiscal chess pieces toward the inevitable cliff (or more like a boat ramp), and the sad and equally inevitable failed ideas of gun control stain newspapers and online news sites, I would like to take this moment to address America's most generous contributors of time, talent and treasure to charities - conservatives.

January 01, 2013 | Rick Jensen | Columnists

Tips offered in times of low temperatures

TOPEKA – As winter weather chills the state, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment is encouraging all Kansans to be safe and exercise caution when temperatures drop below freezing.

January 01, 2013 | BY STAFF REPORTS | News

Kenneth Jeno

BELLEVILLE – Kenneth Jeno, 74, died Dec. 29, 2012. Born in Rice County, Minn., he was the son of Herbert and Charlotte (Johnson) Jeno. He was a retired Chief Petty Officer of the U.S. Navy.

January 01, 2013 | | Obituaries

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