Many parts of the nation have been hit hard with bad weather recently and now snow is in the forecast for Kansas. Local and state safety officials are urging everyone to check their emergency supplies in their home and automobile, particularly if you are planning to travel over the holiday weekend.
There are no locks on the courthouse square, so it's not like anyone is going to show up and find that their keys no longer work, but the Kansas Supreme Court says the property belongs to the county, not the city.
It may well be that the old saying is correct, that the world's smallest club is made up of people who believe they get paid too much.
Motorists be advised. The end of the winter recess brings the beginning of a new school zone.
It's like a 3-D aerial photo except in this version of the Veteran's Park complex, everything is completely edible.
The city has backed up its schedule on the installation of traffic signals at Broadway and Harrison, it was announced at this week's Great Bend City Council meeting.
Editor's note: This is the second in a series of things families can do together during the winter break.
Tre' Stevenson knew first hand what it was like to go without at Christmas time, having watched family members who didn't have presents to unwrap.
Beautification Committee Chairwoman Linda Dougherty told members of the Great Bend City Council Monday night that there will be some changes to the statue area that is being planned for the area around Great Bend Public Library.
No decision was reached Monday, but members of the Barton County Commission continued discussion of the county-owned building at 352 W 12th in Hoisington. However, the sentiment expressed most Monday was that it would be nice for someone else to own the structure.
Shelly Lippert was ready for Monday. With Christmas around the corner, the interim postmaster for Great Bend knew it marked the Postal Service's most hectic mailing day of the year with more than 800 million pieces of mail entering the system. This represents a 40 percent increase in the average daily volume of 559 million. "It's a busy day," she said. As of early Monday afternoon, one truck full of parcels ...
Editor's note: This is the first in a series of articles about things families can do over the winter break. The winter vacation from school starts this week, but that doesn't have to mean a break from learning and healthy living. Keep kids active for the next two weeks with a home mini-camp. Plan some fun, low-cost "camp" activities to cure winter boredom and ...