The Gardner and Edgerton communities will celebrate Fourth of July festivities next week.
The city of Edgerton will host its Independence Day Community Picnic at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, July 3.
Served will be hamburgers, hotdogs and …
On Monday, May 21st, the Gardner City Council finalized a contract with Ms. Cheryl Harrison-Lee for the position of city administrator. Harrison-Lee comes from the town of Eatonville, Fla., where she has been the Chief Administrative Officer since …
Gardner Municipal Airport will host a fly-in on June 23.
Featured will be antique aircraft and WWI planes.
Donations will be accepted and food will be available at a concession stand.
Planes are expected to arrive between …
The Gardner City Council reviewed previewed two funds from the 2013 fiscal year budget on June 11.
The budget, which interim City Administrator Mike Press called “a spending blueprint for what you hope to accomplish within a …
Mike Kiegerl (R-Olathe), current representative of the 43rd Kansas House District, established residency in Gardner days after three federal judges drew him out of the 43rd District.
Kiegerl said he signed a six-month lease for …
Somewhere among us, a multi-millionaire sits. At least, that’s the likely scenario.
One of three winning tickets in the largest jackpot in U.S. history was sold in northeast Kansas, but the local winner has yet to step forward.
We have …
Melissa Mundt, Gardner assistant city administrator and interim community development director, has been hired as assistant city manager for the city of Ames, Iowa.
Mundt, an Ames native, began work for the city of Gardner …
The American Legion Riders in Gardner will host a biscuit and gravy breakfast on March 4 to benefit Honor Flight.
Honor Flight is a non-profit organization offers free flights veterans to Washington, D.C. to reflect at monuments dedicated to their …