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City UAC cancelled due to lack of quorum

Albert Rukwaro Special to The Gardner News The election of a new chairperson and vice chairperson for the Gardner City Utility Advisory Commission failed to take place after the commission’s meeting was cancelled due to a lack...

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Bowlers face Lawrence, Shawnee Mission South

Michael Zegers The Bowling Blazers took to the lanes Feb. 5 to face Lawrence Free State and Shawnee Mission South. Due to some illness, the boys JV were bowling shorthanded, but they still managed to put up some nice scores.  As...

City UAC cancelled due to lack of quorum

Albert Rukwaro Special to The Gardner News The election of a new chairperson and vice chairperson for the Gardner City Utility Advisory Commission failed to take place after the commission’s meeting was cancelled due to a lack...

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Bowlers face Lawrence, Shawnee Mission South

Michael Zegers The Bowling Blazers took to the lanes Feb. 5 to face Lawrence Free State and Shawnee Mission South. Due to some illness, the boys JV were bowling shorthanded, but they still managed to put up some nice scores.  As...

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BOE approves school’s roof replacement

Albert Rukwaro Special to The Gardner News USD 231 will spend $514,156 on roof replacement and improvements at three schools this summer. The school board during its Jan. 14 meeting approved a $293,116 bid by Premier Contracting...

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Elizabeth Ann Vervynck Vohs

Elizabeth (Betty) Vohs passed peacefully from this world and back into the arms of her beloved husband, Jim, on Monday, February 11, 2019 at Dayspring Assisted Living in Plano, Texas. She was 92 years old. Born Elizabeth Ann...

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GEHS Colorguard travels to Sioux City, Iowa

The GEHS Colorguard had a successful weekend at the Marching Auxiliaries Regional Competition in Sioux City, Iowa, Feb. 8—9. First place winners include: Riley Buck: 17-18 year old solo; Emily Mills: 15-16 year old solo; Breanna...

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VanDeBerghe selected teacher of year

Congratulations to Sarah VanDeBerghe, Communications Teacher at PRMS, who has been selected as the USD 231 Secondary Teacher of the Year. VanDeBerghe has taught in the Gardner Edgerton School District for the past nine years. ...

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400 loads of storm debris collected

The Jan. 12 snowstorm created piles of mulch – with a lot of help from city and Johnson County crews. “Citizens dropped off approximately 400 pickup truck loads of debris during the two weekends the tree and brush drop off...

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Lake Heyhowareya, slushy and mushy

Dorothy Rosby Contributing columnist I’m trudging across a slushy parking lot when an acquaintance hurries by and says, “Hi! How are you?” I say, “Great! How are you,” like I just won the lottery. Except I’m not fine. I had...

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