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Coach Scott Seyl 8th Grade Varsity Score:  The 8th grade varsity fell 21 to 38. Cayden Sadler had five points, one rebound and one steal. Dawson Williams had three points and seven rebounds. Mitch Mauk had two points and five...

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Keep it moving

Snow/ice removal crews have been busy keeping area streets clear and motorists safe. With more...

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Vexation, obfuscation in ongoing communications

Dorothy Rosby Contributing columnist I have never read a prospectus cover to cover—though I have read a prospectus cover. If you have read one cover to cover, I know some things about you without ever having met you: You’re...

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City council approved Price Chopper plan

Albert Rukwaro Special to The Gardner News A new shopping plaza is coming to town after Gardner City Council passed a raft of ordinances and resolutions to help fund the construction of the Main Street Market Place project...

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Bowlers keep rolling along

Coach Michael Zegers It was a day of ups and downs Feb. 11 at the Sunflower League Bowling Meet. The varsity ladies started out of the gates hot.  Their first game had them in sixth place just four pins from third, and then the...

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OUR VIEW: Winter, be gone

It’s not often – if ever – we write about Kansas weather. But the time has come. It’s imperative we say it. Winter be gone! I think we echo the sentiments of most residents when we say we’ve had enough of grey skies,...

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Cox, Demarest receive silver

Kaylee Wicke The FCCLA Chapter had competed at District S.T.A.R. Event Feb. 14. STAR Events (Students Taking Action with Recognition) are competitive events in which members are recognized for proficiency and achievement in...

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May your journey be warm, sunny

Joan Dorsey Contributing columnist So often we take for granted the things around us. The fact that we have a good safe place to sleep at night. Grocery stores right here in our town to get food. We see the same faces at the...

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GEHS Bowlers take second place

Coach Michael Zegers Compared to Feb. 11, yesterday was a bowling epiphany.  All the bowlers bowled extremely well, which allowed us to take second place in each division. In the men’s JV division, Gavin Blakely finished tenth,...

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Proposals sought for Moonlight sidewalk

Gardner has issued a Request for Proposals for the Moonlight Road Safe Routes to Schools Project. The sidewalk network along and adjacent to Moonlight Road from Warren Street south to White Drive needs gaps filled and inadequate...

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