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Soccer season draws to a close

Derek Wilson Soccer coach All three teams were in action last week. While still struggling to find the result, there is no question the teams are starting to play the best soccer heading into the last week of the season. C team...

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Municipal Airport buildings to be rekeyed

Albert Rukwaro Special to The Gardner News Gardner will spend up to $15,000 to replace locks to all the buildings at the Gardner Municipal Airport, Micheal Kramer, director of public works, told the airport advisory board during...

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Gardner has new management team

Gardner has a new management team on board, with at least one familiar face to long-time Gardner residents. Laura Gourley was named as interim city administrator, effective Sept. 17, 2018. Gourley is the granddaughter of Melvin...

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OUR VIEW: Journalism matters

Journalism is important for a democracy. Not because everyone likes newspapers. Not because media is always correct. Not because it is always unbiased. Not because news is “popular” or “unpopular.” But because it’s a key...

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Husky runners wrap up season in Eudora

Gina Roberts Head Cross Country The Trail Ridge Middle School cross country team traveled to Eudora on Thursday to wrap up their season. Although it was chilly it was a great day with great performances by many Husky runners....

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Huskies grab first victory of season

Wes Slavens The Trail Ridge Middle School 7th grade varsity football team traveled to Louisburg Tuesday evening defeated the Wildcats for their first win of the season in a very close and competitive game. The Huskies scored 14...

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Prairie Moon 4-H

Kylie Rogers Club Reporter The Kansas state fair is held each September. Just like any other fair, this was a chance for 4-Hers to enter their projects at the state level. I interviewed Katelin Fallen, Aubrey Hamilton, and...

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University update

Kansas State More than 650 students completed degree requirements from Kansas State University this summer. The graduates hail from 65 Kansas counties, 38 states and 29 countries. Degrees earned include 353 bachelor’s, 245...

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Communities in journalism still matter

Matt Geiger Executive Editor News Publishing Co. “Everything in this newspaper is important to someone.” It’s become something of a mantra for me, in recent years. Weekly community newspapers are eclectic, to say the least. We...

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Olathe Health announces new president/CEO

The Olathe Health Board of Directors announced Sept. 26 the selection of Stan Holm, CHFP, FACHE, as the growing health system’s new President/CEO. Holm will start his tenure with Olathe Health on Nov. 1, 2018. He will serve as...

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Journalism under attack when needed most

Sid Schwartz Editor: The Gazette When has the work of journalists been more important? Was it 50 years ago, when America’s inner cities were burning and the Pentagon was hiding the scope and nature of the war in Vietnam? Or 100...

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New Conestoga owners reinvest in community

Dan Hoyt Special to The Gardner News Conestoga Mobile Home Park on Santa Fe St. has been going through a series of changes in the hopes of rebuilding their image as a friendlier community. The mobile home park was bought by a...

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