By Rodney Wallace Pawnee County K-State Research & Extension LARNED - It will not be long before the plants with the little purple flowers start to make themselves known in home lawns and the plants are called henbit. If you are not really sure this is what you have, check the stems. If they are square rather than round, you have henbit. Though henbit actually comes up in the fall, most of us do not ...
LARNED - Most people plan their week´s projects, vacations and dinner, but very few spend adequate time asking themselves "What´s Next?"
LARNED - Nineteen Larned High School entries earned a I rating and qualified for state competition in Saturday's Class 3-1A music regional for solo and small emsembles at Larned High School. Class 1A, 2A and 3A schools competed at the regional.
CITY RESULTS PAWNEE COUNTY LARNED Mayor - Robert C. Pivonka 361; Lee F. Hockett 214; City Council, Ward One - Charles H. Spina 79; Terry Harris 56; Ward Two - David A. Zecha 180; Ward Three - Dennis E. Wilson 136; Ward Four - Kim Barnes 44; Anthony Moore 37. BURDETT Mayor, Leon Jennings 58; City Council (Two Spots) - Bryan Delp 53; Ronald R. Olson 24; Traci Nuckolls 20; David Clapham 20. GARFIELD Mayor ...
LARNED - Larned Mayor Robert Pivonka retained his seat Tuesday after a challenge from Lee Hockett. Pivonka received 361 votes and Hockett had 214 votes.
LARNED - Friday's renovation work at Doerr-Vernon Park was the epitome of a learning exercise.
LARNED - Larned High School's Over Actors' Anonymous will present 'The Masked Musketeer,' April 9 and 10 at the Larned Community Center.
Special to the Tribune LARNED - Attending college was the furthest idea from Linda Thomson's mind in December 2007. The Larned resident had undergone surgery for breast cancer and she was preparing for a long road of chemotherapy and radiation treatments. However, a friend and fellow cancer survivor knew it was the perfect time for Thomson to create a new mission in life. Holly Thorne encouraged her friend to enter Barton Community College's medical Assistant ...
LARNED ­- Can you hear me now? Verizon customers in Rozel and Garfield in rural Pawnee County will be able to answer that question when they receive a stronger cell-phone signal in the near future. The Pawnee County commission approved resolutions Monday for conditional use permits to construct cell-phone towers in Rozel and Garfield after a recommendation from the Pawnee County Joint Planning Commission. The commission approve the resolutions until a 14-day protest period had ...
LARNED - Larned Pride organized two years ago, a collaboration with the Kansas State Research and Extension and the Kansas Department of Commerce.
LARNED - The Pawnee County Commission met March 21 in regular session. The following are approved minutes from the commission clerk Ruth Searight.
LARNED - A representative from the third prospective banking group made a final sales pitch to the Pawnee County Commissioners Monday.
LARNED - Ruth M. Searight, Pawnee County Clerk and Election Officer, has certified that the following people will appear on the official ballot to be voted at the General Election to be held on Tuesday, April 5, 2011.
LARNED - The Larned Juvenile Correctional Facility Advisory Council met for a quarterly meeting Tuesday. Minutes were reported by Kim Teegerstrom, administrative assistant.
LARNED - The Jordaan Foundation, Inc. has awarded its Jordaan scholarships for 2013-2014 to Tristen Galliart and Brooke Roberts from Pawnee Heights High School and Cody Keenan, Steven Seltman and Michael Wysong from Larned High School.
LARNED - The Larned all-Schools Reunion is seeking pieces of the past of Larned schools to put on display at the registration room and at the banquet for paid reunion members June 8 at the middle school. If you have Lettermen jackets, pom-poms, cheerleading uniforms, band and football uniforms, yearbook annuals, class newspapers, graduation announcements, seats, hats, blankets, maybe even some pictures that didn't make it in the slide show-we would love to display ...
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - The Larned State Hospital marathon team captured second place among the 15 entries in the Government Agency Division of the 13th Annual Oklahoma City Marathon.
The Larned High forensics team competed at Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina May 4 for the Class 4A state speech festival. From left, Abby Ayre, Rachael Herter, Michael Wysong, Shealon Calkins, Alex Lessard, Samantha Harter and (not pictured) Jacey Bishop. Earning one ratings were Michael Wysong, poetry; Rachael Herter and Jacey Bishop, IDA; Jacey Bishop, prose. Earning two ratings were Abby Ayre, poetry; Samantha Harter, humorous solo; Alex Lessard and Shealon Calkins, IDA.
Activities Week of May 12-18
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