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ACJC names GEHS seniors as finalists

The Arts Council of Johnson County (ACJC) announced that six finalists from Gardner Edgerton High School have been nominated for the 2018 Shooting Stars Awards. Shooting Stars Program honors Johnson County high school students...

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Freshmen boys host Olathe Northwest Ravens

Feb. 12, the freshman boys’ basketball team hosted the Olathe Northwest Ravens. The A-team would struggle offensively in the opening game, going into halftime down 11-23.  An outstanding defensive effort would allow the Blazers...

Freshmen boys host Olathe Northwest Ravens

Feb. 12, the freshman boys’ basketball team hosted the Olathe Northwest Ravens. The A-team would struggle offensively in the opening game, going into halftime down 11-23.  An outstanding defensive effort would allow the Blazers...

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Notice of Public Meeting

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of participating members of Rural Water District No. 7, Johnson County, Kansas will be held on March 13, 2018 at the District Offices, 534 West Main, Gardner, Kansas at 5:30 p.m., for...

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Sports Potpourri

Mac Stevenson Kansas gained some breathing room in the Big 12 championship race last Saturday when Baylor edged Texas Tech in Waco 59-57. The Jayhawks came from behind and beat West Virginia (77-69) on ESPN’s GameDay in Allen...

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Gardner native returns home with U.S. Navy Band

Senior Chief Musician Ruth Keehner is coming home to Kansas while on tour with the United States Navy Band. The Kansas City area was chosen to host two of the 21 concerts in 12 states by the U.S. Navy Band during its 2018 tour —...

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Eighth grade JV Jaguars lose at Millcreek

The eighth grade JV Jaguars trailed by 8 at the end of the first half but then put on a half court pressure exhibition to start the second half tying and then leading the game for most of the third quarter – only to let the...

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Huskies fall to Mustangs

The Huskies played hard all game and got the Mustangs flustered at times but came up a bit short. Huskies fell 38-33. Leading scorer was Billy Bottcher with 14 points followed by Derek Toomey with 9 points.  The Huskies play...

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