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Gardner varsity golf travels to Missouri

Coach Gregg Webb Varsity golf traveled to Oakwood Country Club on the Missouri side of the Ccty and competed against 16 schools.  Four of five varsity golfers shot personal best for the year – led by Dakota Baker who shot...

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Girls take second at Mid Season invite

Coach Larry Ward The girls finished in second place, with 163 points, April 12 at the Mid Season Invitational with wins over Shawnee Missions North West, Shawnee Mission South, Olathe South and Blue Valley North West. Leading...

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Write it down, save it, tell your story

Joan Dorsey Contributing columnist Every day, especially on Monday, I come into the office here at the newspaper, open my emails and read the mail sent to me. It seems like there are always obituaries to be read. I know that is...

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Gardner will no longer publish airport vacancies

Albert Rukwaro Special to The Gardner News The city of Gardner has dissolved the city’s airport committee and replaced it with an Airport Advisory Board. In a March 18 meeting, the council approved an ordinance change revoking...

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Beem appointed to planning commission

The Edgerton City Council appointed Josh Beem to the Planning Commission during a special council meeting April 1. Beem, who previously served on the commission, replaces Andrew Merriman, who resigned recently. “I want to thank...

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Remain calm: redecorating may be disruptive

Dorothy Rosby Contributing columnist I don’t know how you find a needle in a haystack, but I do know how you find one in a carpet. You walk around in stockinged feet for a while; that’s how. We just painted and put in new carpet...

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Chamber announces citizen, business nominees

Nominees for the “Citizen of the Year” and “Business of the Year” awards have been announced by the Gardner Edgerton Chamber of Commerce. These are the highest civic recognition presented to an individual and a business in...

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Residents can report potholes directly to city

Gardner’s street maintenance division provides routine maintenance of streets, alleys, curbs, and gutters. Routine maintenance of the streets reduces the number of repairs required. Gardner is responsible for 192 lane miles of...

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Turkeys are gobbling; season is here

The 2019 turkey season is upon us, and for many hunters, this is the best time of the year to be in the woods. To a turkey hunter, there’s nothing quite like the sound of a turkey gobble booming through the timber. April 1...

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Trivia Night

Submitted photos This year’s Trivia night was another success. Winners were “What do We Know” and...

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