While traveling across the country with your kids this summer, be sure to buckle-up and do your best to overlook all the potholes and crumbling bridges out there. Even if funding was available, things will probably remain in disrepair until your kids are grown, thanks to big government regulations and red tape.
Every four years our nation's electoral eccentricities escalate exponentially and people throw up their hands and shout, "you know, every election cycle is wacky, but especially this one." But especially this one! With this one, the narrative changes faster than the score of a Wiffle Ball game played with aluminum bats. It's an election with the attention span of high-speed lint. It's an 18 month-long squirrel scamper.
With recent rains in the area, there is a lot of standing water throughout the community and this makes the perfect breeding grounds for mosquitoes, but taking certain steps can reduce the population of these biting insects.
Are your 16 years old or older and enjoy playing horseshoes? If so,the Great Bend Recreation Commission has a night set up for people interested in playing horseshoes so individuals can get together and enjoy a fun evening.
Rowena Frances (Thompson) Keener, 83, passed away on Wednesday morning, June 8, 2016, at her home in Great Bend after a long battle with cancer. Born on Sept. 16, 1932, at Lincoln, Neb., she was the daughter of George Ellis and Freida Madeline (Hackstadt) Thompson. A resident of Great Bend since the early 1950's she worked in the laundry at Central Kansas Medical Center in Great Bend for many years. Rowena loved to sew, enjoyed quilting, tole painting, and crocheting.
Close to a third of American kids will be in a stepfamily at some point, most of them living with their biological mother and a stepfather. When those kids become young adults, will the relationship with the stepfather hold up?
June 09, 2016|
Lois M. Collins
It’s summer time. Between barbecues, hanging out poolside, hikes and family trips, your healthy eating efforts may take a backseat during these fun — but busy —summer months. Even when you’re on the go this time of year, you can still make healthy, wholesome eating happen. In general, healthy eating requires planning and thinking ahead to minimize eating out. While eating out is fun and delicious, indulging too often can lead to your body feeling sluggish and low on energy and can detract from fun experiences this time of year.
June 09, 2016|