Each week we'll take a step back into the history of Great Bend through the eyes of reporters past. We'll reacquaint you with what went into creating the Great Bend of today, and do our best to update you on what "the rest of the story" turned out to be.
While the ongoing drought has been a concern for all, it has allowed a brief reprieve from the usual swarms of bugs typical during the summer months. With the past week's rain, that reprieve is now over. While humans may not be pleased with their return, many of the species we share space with couldn't be more happy.
TOPEKA - Members of a task force charged with developing a plan for reforming the state's Sexual Predator Treatment Program housed at Larned State Hospital held probably their last face-to-face meeting Tuesday and completed a rough draft of their recommendations.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. – A professional hunter from Tennessee with ties to Stafford County violated his federal probation and must spend a total of 30 days in Bureau of Prisons custody, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said today.
Central Kansas Christian Academy will hold its fall enrollment for grades K-8 for the 2013-21014 school year from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 1, at 215 McKinley, Great Bend. Additional information may be obtained by calling the school at 620-792-3477 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
According to Kansas state statutes, it is public policy that a mother's choice to breast feed should be supported and encouraged to the greatest extent possible, and that a mother may breast feed in any place she has a right to be. But most nursing mothers who choose to return to work will leave babies with a daycare provider and need to express milk throughout the day in order to maintain their supply.
The court-appointed attorney for the woman accused for stealing more than $100,000 in funds earmarked for trips for World War II veterans filed a motion to withdraw from the case, but on Monday agreed to continue representing LaVeta Dianne Miller.
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.