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Cavanaugh honored in Classic Women Awards

While Traditional Home Magazine didn't name Jean Cavavanugh one of its five top award winners in its seventh-annual Best in American Caring and Giving Contest, judges did think highly enough of her to single out her volunteerism to USD 428 students.

January 30, 2012 | SPECIAL TO THE TRIBUNE | News


Boy Scouts learn old-fashioned craft—making homemade noodles

Area Boy Scouts from Troop 184 were covered up to their elbows in flour as they learned the craft of making homemade noodles for the annual Boy Scout Chili and Chicken Noodle Soup Dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Feb. 5. at the Elks, Lodge, 1120 Kansas Ave.

January 30, 2012 | Karen LaPierre | News


Chili Challenge supports GB Home Health & Hospice

Registration is now open to those who know they make the best chili and are willing to prove it.

January 28, 2012 | | News


Praise Ranch to open as home for widows and orphan children

Few people in life follow their dreams. Most give these up as a fantasy when we hear negativity or realize that they are impractical.

January 28, 2012 | Karen LaPierre | News


WIND SONGS: Two-Hawks shares native wisdom

The first notes from John Two-Hawks' wooden flute filled the Crest Theater, quieting the large audience. A stand behind him held more flutes of various lengths and woods.

January 28, 2012 | Susan Thacker | News


How sweet it is

It's about time to satisfy that sweet tooth once again.

January 27, 2012 | Dale Hogg | News


Feather frenzy comes to KWEC

There's still time to sign up for the Kansas Wetland Education Center's Feb. 4 winter kid's program, "Feathered Frenzy."

January 27, 2012 | | News


Signs continue to cost county

Spending money on signs continues to be a sign of the times for Barton County, according to Road and Bridge Director Dale Phillips.

January 27, 2012 | Chuck Smith | News


Senior agency gets county funding

Barton County officials did not spend all they were asked for in a regional seniors program, but they did pony up for all they'd budgeted this year.

January 27, 2012 | Chuck Smith | News


CO exposure sends to local residents to hospital

Two Great Bend residents were treated for carbon monoxide exposure Wednesday evening, Fire Chief Mike Napolitano said. Great Bend police officers entered the apartment building at 3900 Forest Ave. around 6 p.m., and they found Brenda Pardee, 60, and Charles Morgan, 55, on the floor.

January 26, 2012 | Susan Thacker | News


Emergency committee plans for disaster

County officials continue to prepare for the unwanted occurrences they hope will never happen.

January 25, 2012 | Chuck Smith | News


County moves towards annual tax sale

Barton County Abstract will continue to perform title searches on properties that are still in the works for the 2012 tax sale with no increase in fees for this year, the Barton County Commission decided this week.

January 25, 2012 | Chuck Smith | News


‘GIFT’ UNWRAPPED

SPECIAL TO THE TRIBUNE

January 25, 2012 | | News


BCC housing at record levels

Barton Community College officials may look at expanding student housing in the future, in light of a report presented last week to the board of trustees.

January 25, 2012 | Susan Thacker | News


BCC improv duo wins Barton County's Got Talent

The Barton Community College "Almost Actors" improv duo, David Burdett and Chelsea Gotschall, were winners of Habitat for Humanity's "Barton County's Got Talent," Saturday at Grace Community Church. Ashley Dowgwillo and J.D. Smith were the runners-up in the competition with their musical skit.

January 25, 2012 | Susan Thacker | News


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Light of God

OLMITZ - The majestic presence of the perfectly-crafted stained glass windows at St. Ann's Catholic Church are best appreciated up close.

June 29, 2015 | Jim Misunas | News


Report: BCC hits mark on Workforce Training

Barton Community College trustees heard good news this past week from the dean of Workforce Training & Community Education, Elaine Simmons.

June 27, 2015 | Susan Thacker | News


FACES OF HARVEST

BUSHTON – Farmers like to say Mother Nature has to kill a wheat crop a few times before harvest. And Bushton farmer Kyle Kaiser would agree. At the beginning of April, Kyle was ready to call his crop insurance agent to evaluate his short, dry wheat with some visible winterkill. But, after receiving nine to ten inches of rain in May, the wheat was waist high by mid-June.

June 24, 2015 | BY JULIA DEBES Kansas Wheat | News


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