"Bad Blood" by John Sandford. Virgil Flowers is called in to investigate the murder case of a Minnesota farmer, killed by a young man for apparently no reason. The young killer soon breaks down and confesses, and then unexpectedly kills himself. But is there more to this double tragedy? Flowers soon discovers a multigeneration and multifamily conspiracy of monstrous crimes, that he doesn't know what to do next.
October's program meeting at the Barton County Historical Society Museum & Village will feature "Great Bend Past," a presentation by Karen Neuforth. The public is welcome to attend the meeting, which will begin at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Museum & Village, just across the bridge, south of Great Bend on U.S. Hwy. 281.
WASHINGTON, DC - To Kansans, the sight of golden fields of wheat waving against the backdrop of a clear blue sky is not unusual. To urbanites in our Nation's Capital, however, such a sight can only mean that something special is taking place.
TOPEKA - Washburn University students have been selected as candidates for 2010 Homecoming king and queen. The Homecoming king and queen will be crowned on Oct. 23 at halftime of the football game vs. Northwest Missouri State University, Yager Stadium at Moore Bowl.
OISINGTON - Clara Barton Hospital was recently awarded grant monies by Kansas Department of Health and Environment to support injury prevention in the geriatric community members. They have teamed up with other partner agencies to focus on the reduction of in home falls. The grant funds allow for the purchase of bathroom assist devices (bathroom bars and stool risers), providing money for the hardware.
ELLINWOOD - Long-time Ellinwood resident Katie DeWerff moved to Haiti in June and works full-time as an administrator in the Project Pep La camp, which is a 20,000 person tent camps. They emphasize a hand-up not a hand-out, trying to teach spiritual values along the way.