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C-team loses first game to SH

Coach Derek Wilson The C-team kicked off the season last night against Spring Hill with an 0-2 lose. After some inexperience cost the first goal, the team regrouped and instantly fixed the mistake that led to the goal. Elyea...

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Blazers down Belton Pirates

Coach Ryan Plankenhorn The Blazers defeated the Belton Pirates by a score of 7-3 last week. Getting the win on the hill was Logan Green who gave up two hits in four innings of work. Landon Cain and Gage Gulley helped to shut...

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Game Day

Staff photo by Albert Rukwaro It was game day at Edgerton City Hall on March 14, hosted by...

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Spring Hill selects new police chief

At the March 15 city council meeting, the governing body approved Mayor Steven Ellis’ appointment of Cindy Henson as chief of police. “It is my privilege to nominate Cindy Henson to the position as Chief of Police in the City of...

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Edgerton, FD#1 partner for plan

Albert Rukwaro Special to The Gardner News Edgerton will soon partner with Johnson County Fire District No.1 to develop a comprehensive emergency preparedness plan to be used in case of a major disaster. Trig Morley, FD No.1...

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Donations sought for Edgerton resident

Albert Rukwaro Special for The Gardner News Don Roberts, Edgerton mayor, has sent out an appeal for donations to the Mayors’ Christmas Tree Fund to assist an Edgerton resident who recently suffered a heart attack, underwent an...

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New Petite Picassos art programs date set

Pablo Picasso lends his name to a single-session art class for young children being offered at two locations in late March by the Johnson County Park and Recreation District. Petite Picassos is the name of this program, which is...

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