April 25, 2014

GEHS Blazer baseball splits doubleheader

The Gardner Edgerton High School varsity baseball team split in doubleheader competition at Ottawa last weekend.  In game one, GEHS dropped a 9-8 decision to St. James.  Carter Hohn pitched in that game. Nolan an Beets had three hits while …

Gardner-Edgerton pole vaulters lead Blazer charge at track invitational

Kyle Stubler sprints down the pole vault runway en route to a state-leading pole vault of 14-foot, 6-inches.  Photo courtesy of Courtney Franz

Kyle Stubler’s first place finish in the pole vault highlighted an impressive performance by the GEHS boys track team at the Olathe Invitational, April 12.
GEHS hosted the Olathe Invitational due to construction at the Olathe District Activity Center.
Stubler …

Lady Broncos sweep De Soto

The Lady Broncos softball team improved to 5-1 with a sweep of De Soto last week.
In game one, Sarah Brown was the winning pitcher as Spring Hill outscored De Soto 9-3.
It was the same winning story in game …

Blazers net wins at Paola tennis Invitational

Playing their best tennis of the season, the GEHS boys team netted several wins at the Paola Round Robin last week.
In number one doubles, Micah Van Vleet and Dylan Meeks posted a perfect 4-0 record and took first place.…

Apartment complex proposal draws crowd

Charlie Troutner
Special to The Gardner News
Approximately 20 residents attended an informational meeting on April 3 at Edgerton City Hall, regarding the a proposed Pheasant Ridge affordable housing apartment complex in Edgerton.
The proposal is in a very early …

Freight advisory committee meets for first time

A BNSF crane picks up freight from an incoming train. A new statewide freight advisory committee is tasked with proposing ways to move freight more easily through Kansas. File photo

Danedri Thompson
dthompson@gardnernews.com
No one from the city of Edgerton earned an appointment to Kansas Department of Transportation Secretary Mike King’s recently-formed Freight Advisory Committee.
However, Edgerton City Administrator Beth Linn and Edgerton Mayor Don Roberts attended the first meeting …

Pet Clinic

Photo courtesy of Charlie Troutner

Janeice Rawles, right, helps Edgerton residents register their pets during a city-sponsored clinic. Edgerton residents lined up so their pets could receive rabies shots. City staff sold city tags at the event. The city will host a spay and neuter …

Free children’s Easter events set for this weekend

The Easter Bunny greets guests during the 2013 American Legion Auxiliary Easter Egg Hunt. Several local groups will sponsor egg hunts this weekend. File photo

Danedri Thompson
dthompson@gardnernews.com
Several local entities will host Easter Egg hunts this weekend. The Easter holiday itself is April 20.
The American Legion Auxiliary, Grace Baptist Church and Edgerton Girl Scouts will host free Easter Egg hunts on April 12.…

Johnson County 4-H now offering SPIN clubs

Jessica Gunkel
Special to The Gardner News
Every participating 4-H club member is eager to tell others of their enjoyment and experience of 4-H. But sometimes it’s hard for people to understand how 4-H clubs operate. Johnson county 4-H has …

New lake entrance at Martin Creek Park

Photo courtesy of Jerry Kellogg

Work has begun on the railroad tracks at Nelson and 6th St. in downtown Edgerton. The quiet zone should be finished later this spring.…