You can come home again especially when you have an invitation.
If you plan to walk in Veterans Memorial Park in the next few days, you may have to alter your path. However, that is just temporary and it is making way for an improved walking experience, according to City Engineer Robert Winiecke.
Two Great Bend women endured sore feet and rain to walk 60 miles for the cause of breast cancer.
For the Unified School District 428's proposed policy governing electronic communications between teachers and students, it was takes three and four at the School Board's luncheon meeting Tuesday.
Barton County Commissioners are supporting the choice of the Memorial Parks Advisory Committee for the development of a veterans' memorial in the Golden Belt Memorial Park north of Great Bend, though the design adopted will cost almost $9,000 more than another proposal.
A township official did, or did not, resign her position during a disagreement about how the township's business would be conducted, but Monday the Barton County Commission accepted her resignation, as presented to it by the rest of the township government.
More than 30 years of service and the institution of numerous new public health programs recently earned state recognition for a Barton County official.
Great Bend Police Department received several reports of vehicular burglaries Friday.
SEWARD - With a crowd that overflowed the sanctuary, St. Francis Xavier Church in Seward celebrated its 125th anniversary and the 50th anniversary of the priesthood of Father Rene Guesnier on Sunday.
"Barton County's patience has paid off."
This weekend, the Big Bend Bike Rally offered the most fun to be had on two wheels.
Currently, the big problem for this part of the country is a lack of water, but County Engineer Clark Rusco notes that won't always be the issue and he continues to work with state and federal officials on what will happen when Barton County starts to have too much water - which will happen eventually.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is one in a series of articles on proposed changes to county zoning regulations currently being discussed.)
PARADISE – Paradise lost?
Hoisington Middle School 1st nine weeks honor roll
Bids for a new dining hall at Barton Community College's Camp Aldrich conference center will be presented to the BCC Board of Trustees this week. A special meeting has been set for 12:15 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12, in the Administrative Building's Conference Room, A-113, so that Dean of Administration Mark Dean can present these bids.
Barton County saw several accidents involving deer over the weekend, continuing a trend that began in October. Kansas Highway Patrol reports deer activity on and near Kansas roadways always poses a seasonal traffic hazard during deer-breeding season, which starts in October and runs into December.
PARADISE - A Victoria man was injured in a one-car accident at 11:15 a.m. Saturday in Russell County, 1 mile west of Paradise.
HOISINGTON - A stabbing victim was taken to St. Francis Hospital in Wichita Sunday and a suspect is in jail.