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Growth continues at Water District # 7

Alan Soetaert Water District #7 The start of 2019 appears to be as fast-paced as 2018. The Water District continues to move forward with projects in 2019, that were identified in previous years, that hopefully will provide water...

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Progress continues at chamber

Jason Camis GE Chamber of Commerce Once again, I’m grateful to the Gardner News for giving me the opportunity to share my thoughts in the annual progress edition. It’s a great medium to highlight some of the exciting things that...

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Progress continues at USD 231

Pam Stranathan USD 231 superintendent The Gardner Edgerton School District has experienced another exemplary year as it relates to student achievement and student and staff accomplishments.  As always, USD 231 staff members are...

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JCPRD news

Submitted photo The Johnson County Parks and Recreation Department has an after school program,...

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Edgerton continues to prosper

Donald Roberts Edgerton Mayor For nearly a decade I have had the honor of serving the City of Edgerton in the role of Mayor. During that time, our great City has celebrated many successes such as the addition of 4,200 new jobs...

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City’s future continues to be bright

Steve Shute Gardner Mayor This past year was a momentous time for the City of Gardner. We celebrated the start and completion of a number of significant projects that enhanced the quality of life for our residents and addressed...

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leaning snowmen

Staff photo by Albert Rukwaro Warmer weather finally ended the “leaning snowmen’s” reign on Center...

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Celebrating last years SWJEDC success

Greg Martinette SWJEDC 2018 marked the 25th anniversary of the EDC—and what a slam dunk it was! This year, the region kept the ball rolling with $50 million and 100,000 square-feet in new investment. We finalized several of the...

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Bus line begins service to Gardner, Edgerton

With a jobs boom in Gardner and Edgerton, the county partnered with Kansas City Area Transportation Authority to introduce a new bus line. The 595 bus plies I-35 between Downtown Kansas City, Kan., and Edgerton with stops at New...

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WMS briefs

Coach Scott Seyl 8th Grade Varsity Score:  The 8th grade varsity fell 21 to 38. Cayden Sadler had five points, one rebound and one steal. Dawson Williams had three points and seven rebounds. Mitch Mauk had two points and five...

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