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Board of Education reviews bond money use

Lynne Hermansen Special to The Gardner News  New construction projects for local schools were approved at the March 4 USD 231 Board of Education meeting. Nike Elementary, Gardner Elementary, Edgerton Elementary, Madison...

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Good bye Peter Tork, the Summer of 1967

Joan Dorsey Contributing columnist So the past several weeks has been filled with reading obituaries and people passing and snow and more snow. Just when I thought it was safe to read things on the internet, Peter Tork dies. Now...

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OUR VIEW: History clouds selection process

The search for a new Gardner City Administrator has kicked into high gear with the selection committee unveiling three finalists out of a reported field of 44. We congratulate the finalists, Nicholas Edwards, James Pruetting and...

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Disarming the difficult person

Dorothy Rosby Contributing columnist No matter what you’ve heard, I’m not a difficult person. But every few months I get a brochure in the mail advertising a seminar for us poor souls who deal with difficult people. It’s called,...

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Edgerton renews their trash contract

Albert Rukwaro Special to The Gardner News Gardner Disposal Service will continue providing trash service to residents of Edgerton after the Edgerton City Council renewed a $128,000 contract with the company. The company’s $15...

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