On Jan. 12, the Kansas Legislature will reconvene. Some have been busy meeting in special sessions, while others have been visiting with constituents or spending time with their families over the Christmas Holiday. Committee assignments have been made, and freshman and senior legislators alike have been studying the issues, readying themselves for the months ahead.The Tribune has compiled a list of the 2015 prefiled bills and resolutions that will meet them when they return to work. Among them are reviewing the definition of sexually explicit conduct as it relates to sexual exploitation of children, and renaming a stretch of ...
The Kansas State University Wildcats square off against the University of California Los Angeles Bruins in the 2015 Valero Alamo Bowl this evening in San Antonio's Alamodome and head coach Bill Snyder said his team is ready.
Hey guys. Did this whole crazy holy daze madcap bedlam thing sneak up on you this year, making the world speed up like a maglev Bullet Train going downhill lit by a strobe, like it did us? There's a perfectly reasonable explanation.
For 11 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, and now to those serving in Africa fighting the ebola outbreak.
HOISINGTON – Corrine Catherine Finger, 75, died Dec. 31, 2014, at Clara Barton Hospital, Hoisington. She was born July 16, 1939, in Great Bend, Kansas, the daughter of Joseph Lawrence "Joe L." and Regina Marie (Debes) Kaiser. She married Lawrence J. "Larry" Finger, April 27, 1963, in Odin. He died Dec. 1, 2005.
Lillian F. Whitsel Barger Claphan, 84, died Sunday, Dec. 28, 2014, at Great Bend Regional Hospital, Great Bend. She was born Oct. 14, 1930, at Great Bend, the daughter of George and Frances (Koelsch) Whitsel, Sr.
Each week we'll take a step back into the history of Great Bend through the eyes of reporters past. We'll reacquaint you with what went into creating the Great Bend of today, and do our best to update you on what "the rest of the story" turned out to be.
The tai chi classes Dee Krier teaches for the Great Bend Recreation Commission defy the conventional wisdom of American fitness gurus. While Westerners tend to "burn" energy and use phrases such as "No pain, no gain," Eastern philosophy sees energy as life giving. "You use it to create more energy," she said.