Thursday night, Aug. 20, at 10 p.m., Hoisington Police and deputies from the Barton County Sheriff's Office were called to 673 W. 3rd St. in Hoisington where a man was in his garage, threatening to harm himself.
Crime Stoppers is seeking information about a man that was seen by surveillance cameras breaking into a storage shed located at 3908 10th St. in Great Bend. According to Barton County Sheriff Brian Bellendir, speaking for Crime Stoppers, the man is a white male, wearing a black mask, pants, and a T-Shirt. He cut a padlock on the storage shed and he was seen stealing a Pressure-Pro EZ3042, a four wheeled high pressure power washer. The man pulled north across 10th St., and through Walgreen's parking lot. The loss was $3,715.
WOODWARD, Okla. – Initial reports indicated that the rural Oklahoma man charged with shooting his wife shot her accidentally last Friday. However, in a 911 call from the woman herself a short time later, she said her husband shot her following a domestic disturbance in their home, according to documents from Woodward County, Okla., District Attorney's Office.
Donita Wolf from Golden Belt Home Health & Hospice takes another shopping cart of donated items to a waiting bus, Wednesday afternoon in front of the Walmart Supercenter. GBHH&H is one of 19 United Way of Central Kansas agencies. The "Stuff the Bus" event seeks donations of items commonly used by the member agencies.
Hoisington's Labor Day Weekend will starts with the Chamber Ambassador's Community BBQ and 5th Quarter Beer Garden at the corner of 7th and Main on Friday, Sept. 4. Sponsored by Country Place Senior Living, Hutchinson Regional Medical Center and Rocking M Radio, the BBQ will be serving from 5-7 p.m. Enjoy your choice of a hamburger, brat or hotdog with coleslaw, baked beans, chips and ice cream. Iced tea and water will also be served.
The Oklahoma man involved in a four-hour standoff with authorities last Friday with his children in the car will face two counts of aggravated child endangerment in Barton County, Barton County Attorney Doug Matthews said Wednesday.
Each week we'll take a step back into the history of Great Bend through the eyes of reporters past. We'll reacquaint you with what went into creating the Great Bend of today, and do our best to update you on what "the rest of the story" turned out to be.
Those attending the United Way of Central Kansas' 2016 campaign opener Saturday night didn't have to duck into a phone booth for a quick change to become superheroes. Their participation in the event was enough as they raised $27,450 to jump start the annual fundraising drive.