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Sleepless, restless under the night stars

Dorothy Rosby Contributing columnist 10:15 p.m. After “goodnights” all around, I climb into the cab of our new pickup. I have graciously offered to sleep in the truck while my husband and son take the tent, which is designed to...

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LPKC tour

Staff photos by Albert Rukwaro Several Edgerton residents took a two-hour bus tour of LPKC...

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Edgerton blood drive planned

Live life, donate blood. Sign up today for the American Red Cross Blood Drive at Edgerton Community Hall on June 28 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. Call 1-800-RED CROSS (733-2767) or visit RedCrossBlood.org and enter “Edgerton” to...

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Have flat abs and write a better headline

Dorothy Rosby Contributing columnist An article’s headline is like a carnival barker without the midway. Metaphorically speaking, it calls out to readers as they hurry by. “Read this! You won’t win a giant teddy bear, but you...

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Looking Back

Photo courtesy of Gardner Historical Museum In the 1930’s a grocery store owned by Mr. Lasley was...

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Looking Back

Photos courtesy of Gardner Historical Museum David DeWitt Gay ran a dry goods store on Main Street...

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Enjoy this summer; it’s already half over

Joan Dorsey Contributing columnist The longest daylight day of the year is next week. The summer solstice, June 21. To some people summer is half over; to others it is just really starting. Gardner and Edgerton have done their...

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Edgerton approves full service truck stop

Albert Rukwaro Special to The Gardner News A truck stop is coming to Edgerton. The city council authorized Don Roberts, mayor, to sign an agreement with My Store III, Inc., a Kansas corporation that currently operates a truck...

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OUR VIEW: Honor universal suffrage

As we gear up for local election later this fall, it is important to remember the history and the struggles that led to the universal suffrage that we enjoy today. When the constitution was young and just inked by our Founding...

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