February 14, 2016

Notice of Public Hearing, first published June 8, 2011

GEHS football team will play in football classic

Danedri Thompson dthompson@gardnernews.com Fans can add one more game to the Gardner Edgerton High School football calendar next year and drop one league game. In 2011, the team will travel to East St. Louis to play in the 2nd Annual City of Champions Football Classic. GEHS Head Coach Marvin Diener said in a press release Continue Reading

Mark Allen Haubein

Mark Allen Haubein, 56, of Spring Hill, passed away at his home June 1, 2011. Mark was born Jan. 2, 1955, in Warrensburg, Mo., to Theodore and Marilyn Jean (Horton) Haubein. He grew up in Shawnee Mission, graduating from Shawnee Mission North High School. Mark married Cheryl L. Talkin on June 19, 1976, in Kansas Continue Reading

Nancy June Moore

Nancy June Moore, 64, beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister and aunt, went to be with her Lord and Savior on June 2, 2011, from her home in Gardner. Nancy was born on June 2, 1947 to Sam and June Scott in Chanute, KS. She married Ted Moore on March 2, 1968. They raised two daughters, Continue Reading

Donald Richard Moll

Donald Richard Moll, 71, of Baldwin City passed away June 3, 2011, at Olathe Medical Center. Don was born May 29, 1940, in De Soto, Kan., to Kenneth G. and Garnett Arlean (Warsop) Moll. He attended Gardner High School and moved to Colorado in 1974. Don married Estella M. Hoke on May 14, 1984, in Continue Reading

EDITORIAL: Blazer the horse should be allowed to stay

We don’t envy the decision the Gardner Planning Commission will be asked to make. They’ll be asked whether the Souter family can keep their miniature pony, Blazer, in the backyard of their subdivision home. We don’t like the idea of livestock in the middle of town, but Blazer appears to be a quiet pet as Continue Reading

SH board approves sale of Insight School

Mark Taylor submissions@gardnernews.com The Spring Hill School Board gave a nod of approval June 6 for the pending sale of Insight School from current owner Kaplan Inc. to new owner K12, Inc. The board approved a consent agreement for the transfer of ownership. Insight, a public online high school housed at Hilltop Education Center in Continue Reading

Gardner Aquatic Center to shutter part of pool for paint fix

Danedri Thompson dthompson@gardnernews.com Part of the Gardner Aquatic Center was shuttered over the weekend, and everything but the lap pool will be closed later this week due to slippery conditions. Jeff Stewart, city parks and recreation director, said the pool staff reported an unusual number of slips in the baby pool and in the zero-depth Continue Reading

Royals pick GE standout Bubba Starling in MLB draft

The decision just got tougher – or easier – depending on who is asked for local sports standout Bubba Starling. The Kansas City Royals selected the outfielder in the first round of the Major League Baseball draft on Monday evening, and now it will be left to Starling to decide whether to sign with the Continue Reading

Grain company will occupy 8.7 acres on logistics property

Danedri Thompson dthompson@gardnernews.com The Allen Group has its first tenant in its yet-to-be-constructed logistics park adjacent to the BNSF intermodal site near Edgerton. The DeLong Co., an exporter of containerized grain, closed on the purchase of an 8.7 acre site last Friday. “We’re excited to be a part of the new development with BNSF and Continue Reading