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St. Rose to start parking lot construction

Fences will be erected around the upper-level parking area at St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center on Monday, Sept. 12, when the parking lot construction project will begin. But patients and their families will still be able to use the regular main entrance to the facility.

September 07, 2011 | | News


County bridge plan approved

Since there is no water, there's little chance that the two minnow species that are considered endangered under Barton County's roads will be at risk this winter, but two of the county's more important bridges are endangered, and the Barton County Commission has approved a plan to get them fixed and made safer.

September 07, 2011 | Chuck Smith | News


Local government shares the load

Three local governments will cooperate to improve access to an important local facility.

September 07, 2011 | Chuck Smith | News


Kansas Court of Appeals to hear cases at BCC, courthouse

A three-judge panel of the Kansas Court of Appeals will hear cases in Great Bend on Sept. 20 as part of Barton County Community College's Constitution Day activities. Oral arguments in two of the cases will be conducted in the Fine Arts Auditorium at Barton Community College and in a third case at the Barton County Courthouse.

September 06, 2011 | | News


Computer work moves the county forward

Keeping almost any organization running smoothly in today's world will include keeping up with its computer needs, and for all of the taxpayers of Barton County, that includes some recent projects under the leadership of Barton County IT Director John Debes.

September 06, 2011 | Chuck Smith | News


Hospices meet peoples’ needs through pet care

Cassidy, a small, three-legged dog,belonged to a caring, elderly man. But when the man became terminally ill and entered hospice, Cassidy's fate was in jeopardy. This uncertainty weighed heavily on the owner.

September 05, 2011 | BY EMILY SNELL United Methodist News Service | News


ENTER STAGE RIGHT

Wanted: A few good performers, or at least some well-seasoned ones.

September 05, 2011 | Dale Hogg | News


County bridges serious issue in Tuesday meeting

A year ago, Barton County was just being able to breathe a sigh of relief that two of its crucial rural bridge would be open in time for the fall grain harvest.

September 04, 2011 | Chuck Smith | News


Great Bend residents recall 9.11.01

The Great Bend Fire and EMS Department is planning a short remembrance ceremony next Sunday on the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon. The ceremony at 8:30 a.m. at Fire Station No. One, 1205 Williams St., is in honor of all the public safety and military personnel who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001, GBFD Fire Chief Mike Napolitano said.

September 03, 2011 | Susan Thacker | News


Hoisington Labor Day Princess coronated

HOISINGTON - Dressed in all of their finery, eight Hoisington Labor Day princess contestants laughed, waved and enjoyed the audience on Saturday as a part of the 115th annual Hoisington Labor Day celebration.

September 03, 2011 | Karen LaPierre | News


Children flock to Cheyenne Bottoms for 2nd Education Day

- Three hundred and fifty Barton County second graders flocked to the Kansas Wetlands Education Center on Thursday for the 2nd annual Wetlands Education Day to learn about the wild, wonderful wetlands in Barton County. It was hosted by the Friends of Cheyenne Bottoms.

September 03, 2011 | | News


BCC opens high-tech portal

Cutting edge technology at Barton Community College includes a portal to the website, and electronic money systems. The president's staff described the innovations last week at the BCC Board of Trustees Study Session.

September 03, 2011 | Susan Thacker | News


Trial date set for Shawn Ney

A jury trial for Shawn Ney, the Barton County man accused of shooting his estranged wife and fatally shooting Steven Calderwood with a shotgun last summer, is set to begin Jan. 9, 2012, in Barton County District Court. Ney, 33, is charged with the first-degree murder of Calderwood, and for attempted first-degree murder of Sarah Ney, on July 10, 2010. He is also charged with aggravated burglary, a charge that was added because he allegedly forced his way into the house at 48 NE 20 Road to commit those crimes.

September 02, 2011 | By Tribune staff | News


Labor a little longer for gas bill

Just in time for local drivers to head out on their last summer break, they found that several of the local gas stations had taken another jump and gas was back at $3.50 for several places in the community.

September 02, 2011 | Chuck Smith | News


BCC to train area firefighters

Administrators at Barton Community College shared plans Thursday for a program to train firefighters. Barton will partner with the Great Bend Fire Department to offer a fire science certificate.

September 01, 2011 | Susan Thacker | News


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HaysMed, Centura finalize joint venture for St. Rose

The plan for Hays Medical Center and Centura Health to co-own St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgical Center is now official, a spokesman for HaysMed announced Thursday. With the signing of the joint venture, it will now be known at St. Rose Health Center.

January 15, 2015 | | News


Carpenter's grandson recalls history of chapel woodwork

The woodwork for the chapel in Central Kansas Medical Center, now St. Rose Health Center, was crafted by Herman Dreiling from Hays. Herman, born in Victoria in 1896, was the father of Noreen (Dreiling) Duncan. Noreen and her husband James Duncan were residents of Great Bend from 1951 to 2013. They moved to Lenexa in 2013 to be closer to their children who all live in the Johnson County area. All four children (John, Tim, Mike, and Ann) graduated from Great Bend High School.

January 15, 2015 | | News


Driver injured when vehicle overturns

A rural Ellinwood man was injured Wednesday in a one-vehicle accident at 10:50 p.m. in the 700 block of NE 40 Road.

January 15, 2015 | | News


KWEC offers winter kids programs

The Kansas Wetlands Education Center has the cure for boredom – winter nature programs. Kids will investigate feathers, birds and tracks, learning more about the world around them and the creatures living there. So don't delay, sign-up soon, as the maximum for each class is 20 children.

January 15, 2015 | SPECIAL TO THE TRIBUNE | News


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