The Great Bend Recreation Commission will be hosting a free Stop 'N Learn Session titled, "Year Round House Plant Care" on Wednesday, Nov. 4, from 12 – 1 p.m. at the Great Bend Activity Center located at 2715 18th. Did you know that during the different seasons of the year, your houseplants need varying care even if they are protected from the elements? Just like their outside counterparts, your plants that are inside will grow and thrive with extra care at different times of the year. Join us as we discuss general house plant care and what you can do ...
Bombers Baseball hosted their first Wiffle Ball Tournament on Oct. 31, as a fundraiser to help with running this program. Bombers Baseball is a not-for-profit organization serving youth baseball in this area.
This week's Chamber of Commerce Coffee will be hosted by Kansas Doors, Inc., 5223 10th Street, at 9:30 a.m., Thursday. Host will be Marty Steinert with greeters Jan Westfall and Connie Oetken. Coffee, refreshments and door prizes will be available.
The Great Bend Fire Department will hold its 11th annual Spaghetti Feed from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 723 Main. Admission is $6 with children age 5 years and younger admitted free.
A Barton County jury will decide whether Jacob Ryan Davis committed felony assault or used legal force in defense of another person when he pulled a gun during an altercation one year ago at Charlie's Place, the bar at 1109 Main in Great Bend.
The Great Bend City Council Monday night took steps to make the annual downtown Christmas celebration safer and more family friendly when it approved several street closings for the night of the festivities.
Rosewood Miracle Workers AKTION Club recently completed a successful coloring book and crayon drive to benefit children within the community. As a result, more than 50 new boxes of crayons and coloring books were delivered to Barton County Health Department and to St. Francis Community Services, Great Bend.
Traveling on C.R. 390, Rush County, towards Heartland Farm, a metallic gleam catches the eye, just north of the windbreak that protects the 1950s farmstead from the cool blasts Mother Nature delivers around this time of year, as fall matures and winter is fast at its heels.
Barton Community College will continue its Kansas History Snapshot series by featuring "Buffalo Soldiers: An American Legend on the Western Frontier." This presentation by Fort Larned National Historic Site Park Ranger Celeste Dixon will be at 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12 in the Library. Catered refreshments will be served.