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City’s events usher in the holiday season

The holidays are quickly approaching, and Gardner has plenty in store for residents anticipating this time of year. The city has planned five festive events, with something available for everyone, to help celebrate this year’s...

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Mustangs earn hard-fought win

The Wheatridge Middle School 7th grade girls basketball team grabbed their 2nd win of the year last night, 31-30, in a thriller on the road against the Cardinals of Eudora Middle School.Point guard Hannah Phipps led the way with...

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Raking, thinking; recalling the past

Dorothy Rosby Contributing columnist Autumn is such an inspirational time. The sky is blue, the air is fresh, and the colors are changing. The year is drawing to a close, and there is ample time to reflect—while you rake. I have...

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WH economists are obsessed with socialism

Jim Hightower Guest Columnist Trump’s White House seems to be both spooked… and spooky. Check out a 72-page “spookonomics” report issued right before Halloween by his Council of Economic Advisors. It reads like an endless Trump...

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Police complaint forms available

Year to date, the Gardner Police Department has received no formal citizen complaints regarding officers, said James Pruetting, chief. However, there is an established complaint protocol and forms are available at the police...

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OUR VIEW: Election’s over; pull together

The party’s over — so to speak. Votes have been cast; elections called; annoying radio and TV ads are finally gone, and it’s time for everyone to pull together and move Kansas forward. It will be interesting to watch for...

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