Julie Bugner Smith, United Way of Central Kansas, director, gave presentations to the fifth grade classes at the Fort Larned USD 495 middle school and asked students to compose a poster depicting the United Way and the 21 agencies they serve, and how they make a difference in the community. A committee chose several poster winners from each school. The poster winners presented their work to volunteers and companies that are involved and are continued supporters of the United Way of Central Kansas. Pictured are poster winner Chris Hutchins with Thomas Kinlen, Larned State Hospital superintendent; poster winner Ben Kelty ...
The Larned High football team plays Ellis at home Friday.
LARNED - A 1920s Frick model sawmill used to cut Missouri railroad ties will be displayed at the Tired Iron Show at the Santa Fe Trail Center Museum Oct. 12-13.
LARNED - Wendy Leiker has been selected to superintendent of the Larned Juvenile Correctional Facility after serving as acting superintendent for six months, according to a press release from the Kansas Department of Corrections.
LARNED - Youth residents and staff at the Larned Juvenile Correctional Facility heard a message of hope from someone residents could relate to.
By David K. Clapsaddle
Thursday, Sept. 26
By Jim Misunas
Murderous Night at the Museum
LARNED - The practice of firing an anvil into the air with gunpowder is a favorite at the Santa Fe Trail Tired Iron Show.
Tuesday, Sept. 24
Photo by Paul Zamarripa LJCF activity specialist
Friday, Sept. 20
Larned's Tyler Stelter (10) drives the baseline versus Ellsworth in a 60-50 loss by the Indians. Larned's Aarika Bright (5) puts up a shot in the lane in Ellsworth's 55-37 basketball victory. Larned played Hoisington Tuesday night.
By Jim Misunas
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