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Genealogy Seminar

Genealogy Seminar Are you interested in genealogy? Have you ever wondered where your ancestors came from? Join Where the Trail Divides Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution at the Gardner Library on...

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USD 231 Briefs

Honor Band Recently, USD 231 students students auditioned for, and won a spot in the Northeast KMEA Honor Band, Choir and Orchestra. The students will be performing on Dec. 2. Band Samantha Marcotte, Bass Clarinet; Chloe Howard,...

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Mac Stevenson KU’s basketball team improved their record to 7-0 with the 86-70 win over Syracuse last Saturday. Point guard Devonté Graham saved the Jayhawks with one of his best games, scoring 35 points and hitting seven of 13...

Genealogy Seminar

Genealogy Seminar Are you interested in genealogy? Have you ever wondered where your ancestors came from? Join Where the Trail Divides Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution at the Gardner Library on...

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Legal Notice

CITY OF GARDNER INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids for a one year contract for Janitorial Services will be accepted by the City of Gardner, Kansas, at the Public Works Department, City Hall, 120 E. Main Street, Gardner, Kansas,...

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Legal Notice

ORDINANCE NO. 2562 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2017 BUDGET OF THE CITY OF GARDNER, KANSAS. WHEREAS, following proper notice as prescribed by law, the Governing Body of the City of Gardner, Kansas held a public hearing for the...

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Dorothy Marie “Grandma” Beard

Dorothy Marie “Grandma” Beard, 96, of Gardner, Kan, passed away Dec10, 2017 at Delmar Gardens. Dorothy was born Nov. 23, 1921 in Shawnee, Kan to Clyde and Bertha Lee (Ebberts) Clarrey. She lived in Merriam, Kan for 33 years,...

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Carole Stockmyer Peterson

Carole Stockmyer Peterson, 71, of Kincaid, Kan, passed away Dec. 10, 2017. Carole was born March 24, 1946 in Gardner, Kan to Robert Kirkland and Geraldine (Heien) Stockmyer. She grew up in Gardner where she graduated from...

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Rate increase more than anticipated

Edgerton recently voted to increase billable sewer rates from $2 to $3.29 per gallon, based on a rate study with an independent consultant. The increase should not affect Gardner customers, according to Gonzalo Garcia, utility...

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USD 231 Briefs

Honor Band Recently, USD 231 students students auditioned for, and won a spot in the Northeast KMEA Honor Band, Choir and Orchestra. The students will be performing on Dec. 2. Band Samantha Marcotte, Bass Clarinet; Chloe Howard,...

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Johnson County names interim county manager

The Johnson County Board of County Commissioners today named Penny Postoak Ferguson as interim county manager, effective Jan. 1, 2018. The appointment by the commission was unanimous in a vote following an executive session Dec....

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KHP personnel assisted 1,058 holiday motorists

The Kansas Highway Patrol is released its Thanksgiving Weekend Holiday Activity Report. The reporting period for the holiday weekend ran from Nov. 22 – 29. Four fatal crashes were worked during this reporting period, which...

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BOCC doesn’t renew contract for manager

By a majority vote of the Board of County Commissioners, the commission decided not to renew the contract for County Manager Hannes Zacharias. The 4-3 vote was taken following his annual review in executive session Nov. 30,...

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