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Crash kills Pedestrian

The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a fatal car versus pedestrian crash that occurred in the area of 207th Street and Gardner Road in Johnson County. On Jan. 15, 2020, at approximately 8:40 p.m., deputies were...

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GEHS bowlers take on SMS, Olathe teams

Coach Michael Zegers Jan. 14 saw the Bowling Blazers take to the lanes to take on perennial powerhouse teams Olathe Northwest, Olathe East and Shawnee Mission South. The varsity boys struggled out of the gate, as only two of...

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Huskies battle fiercely against Louisburg

Coach Kristen Gore 8th Grade Varsity Score:  Won 33-28 The 8th grade Varsity faced Louisburg Jan. 14 and fought to the very end.  Louisburg brought their best, and we had to make adjustments throughout the game to match their...

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Winners for 2019…

Dorothy Rosby contributing columnist It was the best of lists. It was the worst of lists. Also the most, least, biggest, smallest, flattest and roundest of lists. ‘Tis the season when experts on everything roll out their report...

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Area employees receive holiday bonuses

Although Gardner does not provide Christmas bonuses, employees do receive longevity bonuses based on time of service. For the year ending 2019, employees received $31,364, according to Sharon Rose, city clerk. The amount was...

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Edgerton condemns property for easements

Lynne Hermansen Special to The Gardner News Edgerton city council passed a resolution for the process to condemn private property for easements and right of ways as part of the 207th Grade Separation Project at their Jan. 9...

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Lists roll merrily along as 2019 turns to 2020

Dorothy Rosby contributing columnist It was the best of lists. It was the worst of lists. Also the most, least, biggest, smallest, flattest and roundest of lists. ‘Tis the season when experts on everything roll out their report...

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OUR VIEW: Good Communication Necessary

Apparently we are not the only ones who question the Gardner City Council’s annexation methods. In September the council approved a Consent for Annexation for the Hillsdale Water Plant, 22705 Moonlight Rd., in Miami County. At...

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KCC warns to beware of utility audit scam

The Kansas Corporation Commission has received reports of an individual claiming to be working with the KCC and conducting a free audit of major utilities and communication companies in Kansas to obtain refunds for consumers. ...

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