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Huskies fall 6-26

Wesley Slavens [email protected] The Huskies played hard the entire game against the mustangs but were not able to come away with a win recently at TRMS stadium. The offense led with hard running from Taylor Brockman and...

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JV cross country season ends

Larry Ward GEHS The 2018 Junior Varsity Cross Country season ended last week at the Sunflower League Meet. The boys finished in 7th with new personal best times from Teddy Gilmore in 18:54, Jacob Rhoades in 19:13, and Donald...

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OUR VIEW: Research candidates; vote

It’s not too late to research candidates and be ready to vote in the Nov. 6 election. Advance voting by mail will begin Oct. 17, and advance voting in person will run from Oct. 22 thru Nov. 5. The general election is Nov. 6 with...

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Senior passes available

Golden Passes for seniors are available at no charge to any district resident who is age 65 or older. The pass grants seniors full admission to all home activities at all USD 231 schools, with the exception of KSHSAA State...

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Council declares Moonlight area blighted

Albert Rukwaro Special to The Gardner News The city of Gardner declared the area surrounding the current Price Chopper grocery store off Moonlight Road as blighted and designated it a redevelopment district during a council...

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13 schools attend Sunflower meet

Larry Ward GEHS 657 runners, representing 13 schools, crossed the finish line at Rim Rock last week, in the largest Sunflower League Cross Country meet ever held. The girls’ team placed 10th, with new personal best in 5k times...

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Freshmen spikers end season

Amy Bilger Volleyball coach Freshman A Volleyball wrapped up their season with a win against Blue Valley Southwest. In the first set, Gracie Serrioz helped lead the team to a win of 25-5 with her outstanding serves. In the...

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Raking, thinking

Dorothy Rosby Contributing columnist Autumn is such an inspirational time. The sky is blue, the air is fresh, and the colors are changing. The year is drawing to a close, and there is ample time to reflect—while you rake. I have...

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USD 231 senior lunch date set

The Gardner Edgerton school district will host their annual senior citizen luncheon at 1 p.m. on Oct. 24 at the high school. Senior citizens will get the opportunity to visit with administrators, enjoy lunch and listen to...

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Soccer season draws to a close

Derek Wilson Soccer coach All three teams were in action last week. While still struggling to find the result, there is no question the teams are starting to play the best soccer heading into the last week of the season. C team...

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