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Mustang eighth-graders defeat Spring Hill

Anthony Smart rushed for two touchdowns and 94 yards leading the Wheatridge Mustang eighth-grade varsity football team to a 30-6 season-opening win at Spring Hill, Sept. 7. Besides Smart, Kyle Stubler tossed a 70-yard touchdown...

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Jags roll past Louisburg in season opener

Using a strong running attack, the Pioneer Ridge eighth-grade varsity Jag football squad posted a convincing 36-6 season-opening win Sept. 7 at Louisburg. Jadon Pearson-Bruce opened the scoring with a five-yard run. Seth Pesek...

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Bronco soccer squad loses at Louisburg

In a hard-fought battle, the Spring Hill Bronco varsity soccer squad dropped a 2-1 decision at Louisburg, Sept. 9. Spring Hill went up 1-0 when Cody Jesse flicked a header to Eric Kahn, who put the ball in the back of the net....

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Transport program will offer local loans

Gene Meyer Kansas Reporter TOPEKA, Kan. – Local Kansas governments will soon be able to tap the state’s $8.2 billion transportation plan for help with local highway projects, the Kansas Department of Transportation said...

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Gardner Get Fit – Set Yourself Up To Succeed

Set yourself up to succeed Cory Adams, Gardner’s resident fitness guru. (Did you read last weeks 2nd part conclusion The Solution?) Have you ever had a New Years resolution?  I am sure most of you have.  Have you ever had one...

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Health plan review grant will hire consultants

Gene Meyer Kansas Reporter TOPEKA — Kansas will spend most of a new $1 million federal grant to clamp down on health plan premiums to hire consultants to measure the problem, according to state insurance regulators’ documents....

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August tax revenues higher than projected

Gene Meyer Kansas Reporter TOPEKA – Kansas retail sales tax collections appeared to jump about 20 percent last month. But it is still too soon to tell if that will heal the state’s wounded budget, say officials waiting this week...

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Scout builds flower beds at Meadowbrook

Meadowbrook Rehabilitation Hospital, located on the west side of Gardner, has a new amenity for their residents. Boy Scouts of America Troop 88, led by Joseph O’Connor, a Pioneer Ridge Middle School student has installed a...

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KDOT considers Amtrak expansion

Gene Meyer Kansas Reporter TOPEKA — Transportation planners have narrowed their proposals for expanded Amtrak passenger rail service across Kansas to two possible routes, the Kansas Department of Transportation said last week....

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DAR news

Do you have a Revolutionary Patriot in your family tree?  Any woman,who is 18 years of age and can prove lineal, blood line descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence, is eligible for membership in...

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Gardner Get Fit – Part 2 The Solution

Cory Adams, Gardner’s resident fitness guru. (Did you read last weeks 1st installment The Problem?) So here are some suggestions that I think will maybe start to help you get your kids off the couch and active: 1.  Set up a...

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Gardner Get Fit – Part 1 The Problem

Calling all Parents, Calling all Parents (Part 1) Cory Adams, Gardner’s resident fitness guru. (Did you read last weeks article about Six Packs?) As many of you reading this article know Obesity is a huge problem in our country...

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