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6 compete for fair’s 2016 rodeo royalty

Brynn McCracken 2015 Rodeo Queen The 2016 Johnson County 4-H Rodeo Royalty coronation at 6 p.m. on Aug. 1st will kick off the first night of the Johnson County Fair. Royalty are selected based on overall scores in public...

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Smith strikes gold at Sunflower state games

For the second year in a row Spring Hill’s Jack Smith has brought back a gold medal from the Sunflower State track games in Topeka. Smith, senior pastor at Antioch Community Baptist Church, worked his way around the shot put...

6 compete for fair’s 2016 rodeo royalty

Brynn McCracken 2015 Rodeo Queen The 2016 Johnson County 4-H Rodeo Royalty coronation at 6 p.m. on Aug. 1st will kick off the first night of the Johnson County Fair. Royalty are selected based on overall scores in public...

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Rural meets city at the fair

Jason Camis Gardner Edgerton Chamber It’s time for the Johnson County Fair. For years, kids from Prairie Village to Edgerton and Leawood to De Soto have been showcasing the finest animals, produce, crafts and culinary treasures...

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Linda Sue (Graves) Weeks

Linda Sue (Graves) Weeks Linda Sue (Graves) Weeks, 64, of Drexel, MO formerly of Gardner, went to be with her beloved Joseph on July 20, 2016, at Olathe Hospice House. Linda was born March 30, 1952 in Akron, Ohio, to Thomas J....

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Make your voice heard; vote

Next week, Aug. 2, if you haven’t yet voted, please make your voice heard in the primary election. Several local races will be decided in the primary election. Each year, The Gardner News sends candidates questions and reviews...

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Triumph moving Kansas City area factory

Triumph Group, Inc. (NYSE:TGI) announced today that it is relocating its Kansas City-area operations later this year from Grandview, to a new purpose-built facility in Edgerton., to accommodate the company’s growth. Triumph...

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KDOT announces approved July bids

The Kansas Department of Transportation announces approved bids for state highway construction and maintenance projects in Kansas. The letting took place July 20 in Topeka. Some of the bids may include multiple projects that...

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Fantasy art evokes pleasant memories

Joan Dorsey Contributing columnist This hot weather and general lethargy make me stay inside more than I should. Staying inside makes me play on the internet. Did you hear the alarms go off just then? I hear a fog horn blowing....

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City of Edgerton receives AA rating

S&P Global Ratings, one of the four primary rating agencies for state and local governments, assigned its third highest rating, ‘AA’ (stable outlook) to the City of Edgerton’s general obligation bonds. This is Edgerton’s...

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