Author: Gardner News

Columnist considers clicker training for all

Joan Dorsey Contributing columnist I am sure a lot of you are tired of puppy stories. Well I am tired of winter, so we are all in the same boat. I enrolled my puppy in a training class. In order to have a good canine citizen. I...

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Public invited to meet administrator candidates

On March 11, from 5 to 6 p.m., at Gardner City Hall, the public will have an opportunity to meet and greet the three finalists for the Gardner city administrator position. The three candidates are as follows: • Nicholas Edwards,...

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Brush drop off available for Edgerton residents

The winter of 2018/2019 has been one of the toughest in recent years. Edgerton recognizes the challenges that recent storms have brought for residents including severe cold weather, significant amounts of snow and ice causing...

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Growth continues at Water District # 7

Alan Soetaert Water District #7 The start of 2019 appears to be as fast-paced as 2018. The Water District continues to move forward with projects in 2019, that were identified in previous years, that hopefully will provide water...

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Progress continues at chamber

Jason Camis GE Chamber of Commerce Once again, I’m grateful to the Gardner News for giving me the opportunity to share my thoughts in the annual progress edition. It’s a great medium to highlight some of the exciting things that...

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Progress continues at USD 231

Pam Stranathan USD 231 superintendent The Gardner Edgerton School District has experienced another exemplary year as it relates to student achievement and student and staff accomplishments.  As always, USD 231 staff members are...

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JCPRD news

Submitted photo The Johnson County Parks and Recreation Department has an after school program,...

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Edgerton continues to prosper

Donald Roberts Edgerton Mayor For nearly a decade I have had the honor of serving the City of Edgerton in the role of Mayor. During that time, our great City has celebrated many successes such as the addition of 4,200 new jobs...

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