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GEHS Spring theater schedule provided 

The Gardner Edgerton High School Theater Department has announced its 2017 spring performances, along with a unique opportunity for youngsters on April 22. “And Then There Were None” In this classic mystery comedy by Agatha...

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Blazer baseball season begins versus Belton

After three weeks of practice, the Blazer varsity boys’ baseball season begins March 22 at Belton. “The kids have been working hard in practice and we look forward to the season,” said Coach Corey Schrack. “It will be our last...

Blazer baseball season begins versus Belton

After three weeks of practice, the Blazer varsity boys’ baseball season begins March 22 at Belton. “The kids have been working hard in practice and we look forward to the season,” said Coach Corey Schrack. “It will be our last...

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‘March for Meals’ events scheduled

Johnson County Meals on Wheels will celebrate the 15th annual “March for Meals” campaign with two upcoming events. Beginning March 20, Meals on Wheels will host Community Champion Ride-Alongs where elected officials and other...

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Birthday brings another trip around the sun

Joan Dorsey Contributing columnist Well last week marked another trip around the sun for me. On that day I had been around for 22,995 days. When you look at it like that, it seems pretty old. Most of those days were good, some...

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How to help those affected by the fires

Here are some ways you can help cattle producers and their families who were affected by the wildfires in southwestern Kansas: On Facebook: Search for “Orphan Calf Relief of SW Kansas” Donations: Contact one of the two...

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March is having her final say — brrrrr

Joan Dorsey Contributing columnist Well, March roared in like a lion. We had t shirts and shorts,sunny warm weather. We went to thunderstorms and winds and tornados. Then back to cold. Then snow. The folks to our west took the...

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Edgerton discusses PILOT payments

Rick Poppitz Special to The Gardner News As growth continues at LPKC USD 231 has corresponded to Edgerton City Council that in-lieu of tax payments (PILOT) are not enough and have asked if a higher rate can be established or if...

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AAB functions, GPS mismatch on master plan

Rick Poppitz Special to The Gardner News The Airport Advisory Board met at the Senior Center on March 13 and discussed the airport’s master plan. There are two separate issues regarding the Airport Layout which is part of the...

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U.S. provides opportunity for everyone

Natalia Castro Guest Columnist The difference between the United States and every other country is that in other countries the government provides people with opportunities, here we choose our opportunities. The logical flaw of...

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Edgerton agrees to settlement terms in dispute

Rick Poppitz Special to The Gardner News Edgerton city council met on March 9 and considered terms of settlement in a wastewater dispute with Gardner and the purchase of a new truck for parks and recreation and appointed...

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State DUI rankings: Kansas ranks #10

In an effort to keep Americans safer on the roads this year, BackgroundChecks.org researched state DUI rankings. The report was released on March 9, 2017. BackgroundChecks.org used a combination of CDC, Department of...

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