Author: Gardner News

Lists roll merrily along as 2019 turns to 2020

Dorothy Rosby contributing columnist It was the best of lists. It was the worst of lists. Also the most, least, biggest, smallest, flattest and roundest of lists. ‘Tis the season when experts on everything roll out their report...

Read More

OUR VIEW: Good Communication Necessary

Apparently we are not the only ones who question the Gardner City Council’s annexation methods. In September the council approved a Consent for Annexation for the Hillsdale Water Plant, 22705 Moonlight Rd., in Miami County. At...

Read More

Melton top-spender in November election

Rich Melton, Gardner City Council, spent $2,710.68 in the November election, according to his campaign finance report which was filed Jan. 6, after the December due date. Melton came in second in the election with 793 votes....

Read More

KCC warns to beware of utility audit scam

The Kansas Corporation Commission has received reports of an individual claiming to be working with the KCC and conducting a free audit of major utilities and communication companies in Kansas to obtain refunds for consumers. ...

Read More

KSDE recognizes Nike Elementary teacher

Emily Baden, fourth-grade teacher at Nike Elementary, has been recognized by the Kansas State Department of Education as an outstanding first-year teacher. Dr. Randy Watson, Commissioner of Education, called to congratulate...

Read More

Olathe events honor Martin Luther King Day

Olatheans and residents throughout the Greater Kansas City area are invited to join Olathe’s Human Relations Commission (OHRC) to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., on Jan. 19. The annual Martin Luther King...

Read More

Wrestlers show great skill in Dodge City

Coach Tyler Cordts Last weekend the GEHS wrestlers participated in a marathon day in Dodge City, with impressive results. Gus Davis was crowned champion in the 195 pound division with his first tournament title as a Blazer....

Read More

Governor Kelly announces CTT appointment

Governor Kelly appointed Karen Hibbard, Manhattan, to the Council on Travel and Tourism. The mission of the Council is to advise on the development of new tourist attractions in Kansas and expansion of existing tourist...

Read More

Area exhibit honors Martin Luther King Jr.

Kiesa Kay Special to The Gardner News  “I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality,”...

Read More

Gardner annexes additional properties

Lynne Hermansen Special to The Gardner News In a short, 25 minute meeting, three land use development items were approved at Monday night’s Gardner City Council meeting. Unincorporated land owned by Anita Carpenter at the north...

Read More

OUR VIEW: Dreams can come true

As Martin Luther King Day approaches, we have a dream. We have a dream civility will return to the populace. That people can talk politics and focus on issues instead of personalities. That it’s okay to agree to disagree. That...

Read More

Crash kills two at JoCo Executive Airport

Two people died in a plane crash on New Year’s Eve at the Johnson County Executive Airport, 15620 Park Hill, Overland Park,  according to the Kansas Highway Patrol. Jonathan A. Vannetta, 48, of Maumelle, Ark., and Darcy L....

Read More

Archives

Categories