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City cleanup slated for June 17, June 24

This year Gardner’s citywide cleanup will take place on two consecutive Saturdays, June 17 and June 24. The city will provide a free pickup of large and small items for residents within city limits. Residents north of 175th St....

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City cleanup slated for June 17, June 24

This year Gardner’s citywide cleanup will take place on two consecutive Saturdays, June 17 and June 24. The city will provide a free pickup of large and small items for residents within city limits. Residents north of 175th St....

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Home town colorful characters

Joan Dorsey Contributing columnist Every small town has folks who stand out, no matter what. Some for good reasons, some for bad; some because they make their life unique and colorful. We frequented Westmoreland, Kan., when my...

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Broncos sweep Eudora

Placing their offense in high gear, the Broncos swept a doubleheader from Eudora last week. In game one, Cody Lucas was the winning pitcher and he got offensive support from Sean King, Cody Lucas and Dylan Sanderson in a 7-6...

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Jaguars run well at Spring Hill Triangular

Using balanced scoring, the Pioneer Ridge Middle School Jaguars eighth grade boys brought back a second place finish from the Spring Hill Triangular last week. The Jags had three gold medalists. Kyle Haenisch won the 1600 meters...

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Blazers win twice at De Soto tournament

The Blazers baseball team got back on the winning track with a pair of wins last week in the De Soto tournament. In game one, GEHS defeated host De Soto 3-1 behind the pitching of Reid Frase. Dayvin Johnson and Jonas Pippitt had...

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Mustang track teams impress at Paola invite

The Wheatridge Middle School seventh and eighth grade track team turned in top performances at the Paola Invitational last week. The seventh grade girls tied for second place behind the gold medal performances of Kiersten...

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