October 24, 2014

Gubernatorial candidate’s campaign trail passes through Edgerton

Paul Davis

Paul Davis

Danedri Thompson
dthompson@gardnernews.com
Paul Davis swept through Edgerton on June 21, walking through town during the Frontier Days parade.
The gubernatorial candidate hoped to win the votes of southwest Johnson County voters and parade into the Governor’s mansion …

Local man sentenced in drug, murder case

A Gardner man has been sentenced to 30 years in federal prison for his involvement with a drug ring that ended with a killing.
Steve Hohn, 34 of Gardner, was one of a 16 people convicted in the case, U.S. …

August primary voters to choose party candidates in several races

Danedri Thompson
dthompson@gardnernews.com
Democrats, Republicans and unafilliated voters will have choices on the Aug. 5 primary ballot. The deadline for candidates to file for federal, state and county offices closed on June 2, and now it’s up to voters to …

Gubernatorial candidate to walk in Edgerton parade

Gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis will be in the Frontier Days Parade in Edgerton on June 21.

The Democrat said he’s eager to speak with voters in southwest Johnson County.

“We will be in the line-up, and we’ll try to be …

Investigators continue to look into fatal crash

Danedri Thompson
dthompson@gardnernews.com
Law enforcement officers continue to investigate the cause of a vehicle crash that killed a Gardner woman and seriously injured her husband.
Mary Steuber, 49 of Gardner, was pronounced dead at the scene of a head-on collision …

August primary voters to choose party candidates in several races

Danedri Thompson
dthompson@gardnernews.com
Democrats, Republicans and unafilliated voters will have choices on the Aug. 5 primary ballot. The deadline for candidates to file for federal, state and county offices closed on June 2, and now it’s up to voters to …

I-35 road construction to continue through fall

Interstate 35 is reduced to one lane near Edgerton for a Kansas Department of Transportation bridge maintenance and overlay project.
Workers began repairing joints and patching and overlay bridge decks over Spoon Creek and Bull Creek on June 2. I-35 …

Anglers don’t need a Kansas license June 7-8

What’s better than a day of free fishing? Two days of free fishing, of course. Across the state, anglers of all ages can enjoy a full weekend of free fishing June 7-8 on any Kansas waters. Although some parks may …

Commissioner recommends checking insurance liability of ridesharing services

Sandy Praeger, Kansas Commissioner of Insurance, is asking consumers to check with their insurance agents and companies regarding coverage concerns with ride-sharing or person-to-person transportation services in the Kansas City area.
Lyft, Inc., a ride-sharing service between individual, non-commercial drivers, …

Click It or Ticket enforcement to begin May 19

Two years ago Shelby Feugate was a 20-year-old who never wore her seat belt.
“I thought they were uncomfortable and I just didn’t like them,” Feugate said. “I never thought I’d get into a crash.”
Feugate spoke from a wheelchair …