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Local mom, daughter to compete in cooking contest

Corbin H. Crable [email protected] After years of searching, one Gardner resident and her daughter have finally found a recipe that really cooks — and the pair will unveil it a competition at the Kansas State Fair this...

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Gardner man launches Internet radio station

Corbin H. Crable [email protected] One Gardner man’s dream of a radio station that would...

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Council considers 4.5 mill rate increase

Corbin H. Crable [email protected] Gardner City Council members will mull a lower mill increase for 2011 but would still have to face yet another increase for 2012. Council members, at a July 26 special work session,...

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City discusses effects of potential utility rate hikes

Corbin H. Crable [email protected] Gardner City Council members got a glimpse this week of how potential water and sewer rate increases would affect local residents. Up for discussion is the possibility of Gardner...

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County fair will be ‘wild ‘n’ wooly’ time this year

Corbin H. Crable [email protected] Last year, it was cows. Now, sheep are taking center stage at the 2010 Johnson County Fair, Aug. 2-7 in Gardner. This year’s theme is “Wild ‘N’ Wooly,” and, like last year, the Fair...

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Drive-in theater keeps memories alive

Corbin H. Crable [email protected] It’s been called one of the best-kept secrets in the area, but on some busy Friday or Saturday nights, you wouldn’t know it by looking at the crowds. The Midway Drive-In Theatre is a...

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City outlines effect of potential mill increase on specific properties

Corbin H. Crable [email protected] The Gardner City Council, at a July 19 work session, received a glimpse of how the proposed 6.5 mill increase for 2011 would impact specific local homeowners. City Administrator Stewart...

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New principal gets ready for upcoming school year

Corbin H. Crable [email protected] Although USD 231 students may not be ready to go back to school just yet, there’s at least one person who’s ready and waiting for their return – the new principal at Edgerton Elementary....

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Edgerton mulls subsidizing city’s trash services

Corbin H. Crable [email protected] If the Edgerton City Council has its way, Edgerton residents may be paying less for trash services next year. The council, at its July 15 work session, discussed subsidizing the city’s...

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Area woman finishes work on new book about rural schools

Corbin H. Crable [email protected] Although many of Johnson County’s rural schoolhouses are...

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