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Annual water report available online

The City of Gardner’s 2018 Consumer Confidence Report on water quality is now available at www.gardnerkansas.gov/waterqualityreport2018. The city offers this annual report to assure citizens that the public water system provides...

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Annual Gardner 4th of July events set

It’s not too soon to mark your calendar for Gardner’s annual 4th of July celebration. This year there will be live music featuring Jerrod Niemann, Runaway June, returning favorite Big Time Grain Company and newcomer Rachel...

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Is pot-smoking zombie apocalypse farfetched?

Joan Dorsey Contributing columnist Well, warmer weather has driven me inside, and that only leads to me watching tv. The commercials are somewhat entertaining, but they leave me with questions. As a kid growing up we played walk...

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Make sure you laugh, then laugh some more

Joan Dorsey Contributing columnist So ever since I can remember, I was told to act my age. As a kid that translated into be polite, don’t make faces and respect your elders. We hear so much about all the tests we need to have...

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Fathers support important, appreciated

Riana Henderson Contributing columnist Father’s Day was officially celebrated on June 19, 1910, but it didn’t become a federal holiday until 1972. The holiday was invented by Sonora Smart Dodd in Spokane, Wash. Father’s Day had...

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Water bills increase for JO7 customers

The average residential customer of Johnson County Water District #7 will increase 4 percent, or about $2.20 per month, according to Allan Soetaert, director. The average water bill for the district’s 3,100 customers is $55. The...

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OUR VIEW: Drug test elected officials

“All welfare recipients should be drug tested,” is a common refrain on social media. Especially during election years. During the 80’s, and the advent of the “war on drugs” under President Ronald Reagan, the federal government...

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Road repair, curb replacement begins

Starting May 29, Gardner will begin working on infrastructure improvement projects as part of its annual Pavement Management Program. Contractors will first perform concrete curb replacements at the residential subdivisions west...

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Ribbon Cutting

 Photo courtesy of Spring Hill Chamber The Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting...

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