LARNED - The high school football season kicks off tonight.
Area high schools started practicing with the pigskin on Monday, and the first games of the season are only two weeks away.
LARNED - I'm sorry that I'm not talking about it.
LARNED I really didn't want to go there.
The third annual Human eMotion Event brought in over 560 people to help raise money for the Family Crisis Center and Great Bend High School's Future Business Leaders of America.
The Human eMotion Event to support Great Bend Family Crisis Center and the Great Bend High School Future Business Leaders of America is set for Saturday morning.
A host of Barton County Storm Special Olympics athletes competed in a wide variety of track and field events at the Special Olympics State Track Meet last weekend at Wichita State University's Cessna Stadium and Koch Arena.
The Great Bend Fire Department played host to the 11th annual Firefighters Run for MDA on Saturday at Fire Station #1.
The Great Bend Recreation Commission will be hosting a youth June Jaunt Tennis Tournament on Saturday, June 1, at Veterans Memorial Park.
In its 60th year, the drag strip at Great Bend honors not only it's anniversary but also its national publicity.
Now we know why those college basketball coaches get paid so much money. They have to deal with the seedy underworld of basketball in recruiting.
Tony Crough's first year as Great Bend High School Panther football head coach was a success even though the scoreboard may have told a different story. Crough said his team met or exceeded all of his goals for them. "We improved every day, which was our goal all year long," Crough said. "We had a chance to make the playoffs all the way up to the last quarter of our season," he said. "Barring injury, we may have made it and had a few more wins along the way. "I really enjoyed my first season as head coach," Crough ...
Hoisington Kids Wrestling Club will host a home tournament on Dec. 13, at the Activity Center.
The Hoisington Wrestling Team sent teams two different directions this past Saturday, and turned in some very good results.
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Great Bend Middle School Wrestlers traveled to Salina for a duel tournament on Saturday. "I'm very proud of our team. These guys sacrifice a lot just to participate in wrestling. The fact is this group gave up a Saturday to work their tails off and achieve something pretty special." commented Panthers Coach Norbert Muth. Ten teams attended the tournament. The teams were split into two pools and the winner of each pool would wrestle for the championship. The Panthers first duel of their pool was against Manhattan Eisenhower who they defeated easily 72- 24, Junction City was next up ...