Everyone who does evil hates the light, and will not come into the light for fear that their deeds will be exposed. - John 3:20
You see a lot of statistics in today's world.
It all begins with spoiled brats who never are taught good manners and it goes downhill from there.
Sometimes a job is just too easy and Gov. Sam Brownback has a chore this week that shouldn't be much of a stretch.
When they are dealing with taxpayers in the private sector who shouldered bigger burdens decades ago, it should come as no surprise that there is getting to be less and less sympathy for public workers who not only don't want to pay their fair share, but who show contempt for our system of government in the process.
If there is one thing we like to do in Kansas, it's eat.
Next year CBS could have Jackie Gleason host the Fourth of July program in Boston.
Imagine this: American cities are learning they need to rethink how they do stuff because of the aging of the population.
Good for the staff at the Alamo Cinema in Austin.
Earlier this summer, someone won $25,000 on a slot machine in Pennsylvania. Only they really didn't win, according to the state officials, even though they were allowed to keep the money. And in the process of all this mess, there are questions about just when a winner becomes a loser.
We are in that stretch of the summer.
"...they are endowed ..."
Every so often you come across these human interest stories that suggest you are only as old as you believe you are.
Local officials continued discussions about fireworks around Barton County this week.
Barton County officials weren't ready to put the kibosh on fireworks for this Independence Day, but that's mainly because it's so late in the game.
Barton County Health Department Director Shelly Schneider was scheduled to speak at the Oct. 8 meeting of the Great Bend Noon Kiwanis, but had to cancel when a patient with the Ebola virus died in Texas. While Schneider sat in on a national preparedness teleconference with the White House and Centers for Disease Control, Melissa Hagerman, immunization nurse at the county health department, took her place at the Kiwanis meeting.
We Americans are blessed with an abundance of food. We take our food home from restaurants intending to eat those leftovers, and we really do intend to eat the lasagna from the previous night.
As we get down to the wire before the Tuesday, Nov. 4, general election, campaign passions may flare. The Great Bend Tribune appreciates the willingness of those running for office and those supporting the candidates to adhere to the newspaper's letters to the editor policy.
In Kansas, we are in the midst of one of the most volatile election seasons in recent memory. We can't turn to a media outlet without reading, seeing or hearing some political ad.
Paying property taxes has something in common with baseball.
A Walking School Bus is where kids walk to school with an adult volunteer, and Riley School and USD 431 Hoisington received grants for Walking School buses.
Local election officials and Secretary of State Kris Kobach remind Kansans that today is the last day to register to vote for anyone who wants to vote in November's general election. Advance voting begins Wednesday in Barton County.
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