Author: Gardner News

Time to end the first class mail monopoly

Rebekah Rast Guest columnist The United States Post Office lost $8.5 billion last year.  If that were any private business, well, it wouldn’t exist any longer. But not the post office. Despite a 20 percent decrease in mail...

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National 4-H Week

Local youth promote National 4-H Week by sharing some of their projects with residents at Spring Hill’s Golden Living Center.  Austin and Madelyn Woodard, from Prairie Moon 4-H Club, took two Holland Lop rabbits and a cat to...

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Gardner Police Report

Oct. 12, 2011 0339 – 28600 Blk W 207th Outside Agency Assist 0830 – 200 Blk W Main Property Lost 0900 – 300 Blk S Woodson Property Lost 0900 – 500 Blk E Mockingbird Animal Control 1535 – 400 Blk W...

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KOMA violation UPDATED

Danedri Thompson [email protected] The Johnson County District Attorney’s Office hopes to complete its investigation into alleged Kansas Open Meetings Act violations by the Gardner City Council before the end of...

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Birth announcement

Shelby and Berent Krumm would like to announce the birth of their twin sons, Beckett Harrison Krumm and Brady Erich Krumm. They were born July 8, 2011.  Beckett was 3 lbs. 8 oz., and was 16 and ½ inches tall.  Brady was 4 lbs.,...

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Broncos win finale

Using a balanced scoring attack, the Spring Hill Bronco football squad posted an impressive 59-6 win versus Osawatomie in the District 4A finale on Oct. 27. Jeff Lovetinsky rushed for three touchdowns and tossed another as...

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Edgerton's Halloween party

Costumed youngsters enjoyed hotdogs and treats before participating in a constume contest at Edgerton’s community Halloween party on Oct. 31. Edgerton also hosted a Halloween teen dance on Oct....

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Nationwide emergency test set for Nov. 9

For years, local television and radio stations have periodically tested the Emergency Alert System with familiar tones followed by “This is a test…,” but on Wednesday, Nov. 9, for the first time ever, a nationwide test of the...

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Now you see it, now you don't

Hannes Zacharias, Johnson County manager, has his beard shaved off following the county commission’s Oct. 27 meeting. Hannes, who has worn a beard for 25 years, agreed to lose the facial hair as an incentive for Johnson County...

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