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Looking Back

Photo courtesy of Gardner Historical Museum This photo of was taken at South Elm and Main (looking...

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City reinterprets Gardner Lake dock ordinance

Albert Rukwaro Special to The Gardner News Gardner has revised its interpretation of dock classifications at Gardner Lake, and now deems all current docks at the lake to be Tier 1 docks. In a presentation during a council...

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New principals selected for local area schools

The USD 231 Board of Education has announced new lead principals for the 2019-2020 school year.  Board members approved the hires of Jennie Adrian for Edgerton Elementary, Katie Beach for Moonlight Elementary, and John McIntire...

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ElevateEdgerton! announces new LPKC tenant

PAE will become the newest tenant of Logistics Park Kansas City. PAE, a third-party logistics company, has recently completed a deal to secure 500k square feet of warehouse space adjacent to the BNSF intermodal facility in...

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Everyday Heroes

May 3 the Gardner Police Department and Johnson County Fire District #1 got together with Gardner...

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Election deadline for candidates nears

Albert Rukwaro Special to The Gardner News There will be three open Gardner city council seats this November with the terms of Rich Melton, Todd Winters and Lee Moore coming to an end. Similarly there will be three open seats in...

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Blazers defeat OE

Coach Ryan Plankenhorn The Blazers defeated a very good Olathe East team by a score of 3-2 on May 2. The winning pitcher was Logan Green who is now 5-2 on the season. Clutch hits for the Blazers came from the bats of Logan...

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Golfers hold ninth place

Coach Gregg Webb Golfers took to the links May 1 for the second leg of the Sunflower League tournament at Sycamore Ridge in Spring Hill. The hitting out of the boat practice paid off, as we shot the best total of the year in...

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Tennis season ends

Coach Ryan Dieckgrafe The Blazer tennis season came to an end one victory away from our doubles team of Max Clark and Carson Williams qualifying for the state tournament. Theylost to Olathe South in a very close tiebreaker....

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Soccer girls win last home game of season

Coach Derek Wilson Girls soccer took the pitch May 2 for the last home game of the season and senior night. JV played an excellent game and came away with a 3-0 win. Emily Chapman had two goals from set pieces, and Kaylee...

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Blazers perform well at KSHSAA state festival

Coach Brian Scott The Blazers had a great day April 27 at KSHSAA State Solo and Ensemble Festival, receiving nine One ratings and two Two ratings. Of the One ratings, the cello trio earned a perfect score, and both Jordan...

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