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Brace yourself for the worst

It may sound like the plot to a cheesy sci-fi flick, but state safety officials are warning all Kansans to be prepared for the zombie apocalypse. At least in October.

October 03, 2016 | Dale Hogg | Viewpoint


Way to know, Joe

This marks the 76th anniversary of National Newspaper Week, an annual observance that underscores the impact of newspapers to communities large and small. The theme of this year's NNW is "Way to Know."

October 01, 2016 | Dale Hogg | Viewpoint


Manners

Good behavior has been added to the curriculum at Great Bend USD 428 schools.

September 29, 2016 | Susan Thacker | Viewpoint


Look beyond the debates

It was anticipated that the first presidential debates between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton which took place Monday night would draw an audience on par with the Super Bowl. Over 100 million viewers were expected to tune in and watch the two controversial candidates square off in the first of three meetings in a tight presidential contest.

September 26, 2016 | Dale Hogg | Viewpoint


Setting a standard,for now

Kansas roads are in great shape, at least for the time being.

September 24, 2016 | Dale Hogg | Viewpoint


A Woman’s View

I told Fred that this wonderful Fall weather deserves a rest from yard work. In fact, there is an awesome event going on this weekend at the Santa Fe Trail Museum Fort Larned National Historic Site in Pawnee County, and we are going to take part!

September 21, 2016 | Judi Tabler | Viewpoint


Keep those kids safe

Every day in Kansas children are traveling in vehicles, riding to and from school or sports practice, the grocery store, or heading to a friend's house. The problem is, too many children aren't riding safely. To help families and caregivers know what to do to keep their children as safe as possible on the road, statewide partners including Safe Kids Kansas, the Kansas Department of Transportation, and the Kansas Highway Patrol are promoting Child Passenger Safety Week.

September 19, 2016 | Dale Hogg | Viewpoint


Get the shot

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases reports that the flu affects between 5 and 20 percent of the U.S. population each year from the fall through the spring.

September 17, 2016 | Dale Hogg | Viewpoint


Splash

In May of 2015, Barton Community College trustees thought the college might need to raise local taxes to pay for upkeep on its swimming pool. The other option was to close the pool.

September 15, 2016 | Susan Thacker | Viewpoint


Absolute stupidity

The NCAA has officially been renamed.

September 15, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Viewpoint


Respect, kindness and tolerance

Ellinwood received a rare and important gift this week when Holocaust survivor and author Marion Blumenthal-Lazan visited with students and the community. She shared the story of her family, who miraculously survived what has come to be called the Holocaust. All four were prisoners at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, and narrowly escaped extermination at the end of World War II.

September 14, 2016 | Veronica Coons | Viewpoint


A great state fair

The Kansas State Fair has started its annual 10-day at the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson. This is the largest single event in the state, and annually attracts approximately 335,000 people from all 105 Kansas counties and several and beyond.

September 12, 2016 | Dale Hogg | Viewpoint


Lest we forget

In 2014, an unidentified man walked into a fire station in Washington State and turned over a plastic bag containing an American flag. He claimed it was the same flag raised by firefighters over the smoking rubble of the World Trade Center following the horrific terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

September 10, 2016 | Dale Hogg | Viewpoint


EpiFail: Shame on Mylan

When immediate relief from an allergic reaction can be a matter of life or death, the EpiPen epinephrine injector can save the day. The user snaps the device sharply into his or her thigh and a needle injects a fast-acting remedy.

September 08, 2016 | Susan Thacker | Viewpoint


Teach a kid to fish and...

With so much bad news being reported on the national news, the report today that the Great Bend Rotary Club has revived the Fishing and Wishing program was an especially nice lift. Not only does it signal that the efforts of the city to control the blue-green-algae problem of the past several years is working, it also provides a certain symbolism that the people of our city have positive feelings about sporting, our youth, and a lifestyle that makes Great Bend a great place to live.

September 07, 2016 | Veronica Coons | Viewpoint


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One Side

Not every Donald Trump supporter is a racist; they don't all think white supremacists and neo-Nazis and KKK members are united with "fine people ...

August 17, 2017 | Susan Thacker | Viewpoint


Election letters

Well, here we are with elections not far away. Elections always stoke the editorial furnace here at the Tribune, and this year should be no ...

August 12, 2017 | Dale Hogg | Viewpoint


Time for school bells

School will soon be starting. It's been a long, hot summer, so kids and motorists alike need to remember some simple rules so this ...

August 12, 2017 | Dale Hogg | Viewpoint


Home Run

Great Bend's Bat Cats baseball team had a great first year, winning three of four games at the NBC World Series before losing to ...

August 10, 2017 | Susan Thacker | Viewpoint


Fleeting summer

Summer is far from over, but already we see signs of fall approaching.

August 03, 2017 | Susan Thacker | Viewpoint


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