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President declares disaster for Kansas

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced that federal aid has been made available to the State of Kansas to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the...

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WMS Mustangs remain undefeated

The Wheatridge Middle School Mustang seventh-grade varsity football squad remained perfect at 4-0 with a 20-0 shutout at Spring Hill, Sept. 20. WMS got its offense going with a pair of first half touchdowns by running back...

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Third Annual Bike Rodeo

Gardner Edgerton third graders learn about firefighting equipment during the Third Annual Bike Rodeo on Sept. 27 at Sunflower Elementary. In addition to bike safety clinics and helmet fittings, students had an opportunity to...

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Obama desperate for a job program

Sheldon Richman Guest Columnist President Obama won’t use the “stimulus” label to describe his nearly half-trillion-dollar jobs bill, but that refusal can’t hide the fact that he has no idea how economies recover from...

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GEHS moves into state’s largest class, 6A

A new era begins at Gardner Edgerton High School. On Sept. 27, the Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) released its annual classifications for schools with Gardner Edgerton High School moving into the...

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Meetings scheduled for USD 231 bond issue

USD 231 School District is hosting a series of informational meeting on the upcoming school bond issue.  The bond issue will go before the voters on Jan. 31, 2012. Below are dates, times and locations of scheduled meetings open...

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Starling cited for drinking

Bubba Starling, former Gardner Edgerton High School standout and recent Kansas City Royals aquisition, was cited on Sept. 24 in Arizona for underage drinking. Starling was cited along with two other Royals players during a...

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Marriage vows should last through illness

John A. Sparks Guest columnist Recently, Pat Robertson, chairman of the Christian Broadcasting Network, told his “700 Club” viewers that divorcing a wife with Alzheimer’s disease is justifiable. His statement came in response to...

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On The Road with Albert Rukwaro

Just off I-10 in Texas,  Woman Hollering Creek is a near-dry stream richer in legend than water. Passing Woman Hollering Creek in the early morning hours hauling a load of paper from South Carolina to San Antonio, the name broke...

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Engagement

Kathi and Michal Flynn, Gardner, would like to announce the engagement of their daughter Sara Nicole Flynn, Olathe, to Andrew Jon Heinicke, Olathe, son of Ron and Patty Heinicke, Olathe. The future bride is the granddaughter of...

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Engagement

Kenneth Heinzeroth, of Williams, Iowa, and Sheri and David Stearns, of Gardner, would like to announce the engagement of their daughter Tabitha Danielle Heinzeroth, Gardner, to Lucas August Gibson, Gardner, son of Reece and...

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