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JV ladies take to the road

Last week the team travelled to face off against the Cougars of SMNW. There were a lot of close doubles matches and the team came up short on in the win column. The one victory came on a 6-0 rout by Yelena Njiakin and Lisa...

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Blazers perform well at Turner invite

There were 11 schools at Turner, but none better than the GE boys who won the JV race (150 finishers) placing: 1st Gauge Essex; 2nd  Chance Kitchen; 3rd  Kody Hughes; 8th  Will DeBolt; 10th Teddy Gilmore Even more impressive...

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Johnson County Fairgrounds

Editor: I love the Johnson County Fair that is held yearly in Gardner. We attend every year. It is such a great place for 4-H groups and so many others to display their animals and art. There are so many wonderful volunteers...

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Vote for those who represent us all

Joan Dorsey Contributing columnist Thanks to the rain this week, Gardner City is no longer under water restrictions. I really have the feeling that a lot of people didn’t know we were supposed to conserve, but hey it’s over for...

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Opening event set for Big Bull Creek Park

David Markham Communications Specialist Jo Co Park & Rec. District A much-anticipated grand opening event has been set for the new 2000+ acre Big Bull Creek Park located between Edgerton and Gardner in southwest Johnson...

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Some LPKC jobs offer tuition reimbursement

Albert Rukwaro Special to The Gardner News Edgerton and Elevate Edgerton, an economic development agency based at the Kansas City Logistics Park, hosted a group of career guidance counsellors from area high schools on Aug. 29....

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OUR VIEW: #WhereIsCheryl

A resident posted #WhereIsCheryl on social media. A hashtag is a way to keep informed on up-to-the-minute information for those on electronic media. Whether it’s a real hashtag, or just referenced in passing, it’s still a valid...

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Blazers varsity finish first in Baldwin pool

Alex fitzmorris-Sorn Varsity volleyball coach Varsity traveled to Baldwin High for the Baldwin Invitational Sep. 8. The Blazers started out strong, handling their opponents with ease during pool play. The Blazers finished first...

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Huskies fall to Spring Hill Mavericks, 6-28

The Huskies traveled to Spring Hill Sept. 4 to battle the Mavericks. They played hard but could not pull out a victory. Ethan Lange has the lone score of the game with a 65 yard kick return in the second quarter. Defensively...

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Soccer team travels to ODAC, take on OW

Coach Jerad gorney PRMS The JV Blazer soccer team traveled to ODAC to take on the Owls of Olathe West. The game started strong and was able to pressure the back line of OW. With the offensive pressure it left JV vulnerable to...

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Freshman spikas begin season with victory

Amy Bilger Volleyball coach Freshman A volleyball kicked off the season with a tri against Shawnee Mission Northwest and Olathe Northwest. The freshmen began the night with a tough battle vs SMNW but, with Lola Clark’s...

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Old Settlers

Despite rain on Sept. 7, there were clear skies and time to enjoy Olathe’s Old Settler’s day last weekend. Held annually in downtown Olathe, near the Johnson County Courthouse on Santa Fe the event hosts a carnival, food...

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Controlled burn

A controlled burn for training purposes was held Sept. 13 near LPKC intermodal. The house was...

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