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Local community gains momentum

Greg Martinette SWJOCOEDC Soaring to New Heights: Accelerating Growth in Gardner and New Century AirCenter This last year seemed to fly by, but development and investment took off! Our community soared to new heights with 107...

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Work earns praise during Women’s History Month

Kiesa Kay Contributing Columnist To celebrate Women’s History Month, let’s honor those women who go to work every day to feed their families, keep clothes on their children’s backs, and then come home to make dinner, grab some...

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“We Are USD 231”

Pam Stranthan USD 231 The Gardner Edgerton School District is proud to share the highlights of what has been another outstanding year. Our successes include incredible student achievements, staff accomplishments, and an...

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University update

Madie Steed received the prestigious Pittsburg State Alumni Legacy scholarship, based on her achievements and academic excellence. Madie, daughter of Ann and Dan Steed, plans majors in health, human performance, and recreation,...

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County commissioner forges friendships

Mike Brown 6th County Commission As your Johnson County Commissioner I have worked hard again this year to represent you, your families and your businesses. I fight daily to keep the cost of Johnson County Government down, the...

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Edgerton celebrates strong progress

Don Roberts Edgerton mayor Edgerton continues to drive progress in southwestern Johnson County with more companies bringing thousands of new jobs right here. In 2019, we celebrated the opening of the new North American...

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Bowling Blazers bring home second

Coach Michael Zegers The Bowling Blazers headed out to Mission Bowl Olathe to take on Piper, BVN, and Olathe West in our next to last meet before regionals. JV Boys came out strong with good series by Peyton Haengkham with a 517...

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Huskies clinch wins in basketball battles

Coach Kristen Gore Feb. 19, 2020 vs. Baldwin Middle School 8th Grade Varsity Score: Won 35-28 The eighth grade varsity traveled to Baldwin Wednesday night and clinched another win to improve our record to 9-3 on the season. ...

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2019 brings 4,500 new jobs to Edgerton LPKC

Lynne Hermanssen Special to The Gardner News Edgerton Mayor Don Roberts presented the Edgerton State of the City Address last Feb. 20. Roberts and the City of Edgerton have big plans for 2020. He began by giving a celebratory...

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Marble Crazy to bring 28 artists to area

Kiesa Kay Special to The Gardner News David Shatto heats and shapes a handmade marble, beginning with a chip of dichroic glass, encasing it in clear glass. He adds a bit of metal, using a slender glass rod over an open flame....

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Trailblazer wrestlers qualify for state

Tyler Cordts Last weekend, the Trailblazers had another excellent weekend on the wrestling mat taking fourth of 18 teams at the regional tournament and qualified an outstanding 11 out of 13 wrestlers for state. Students were:...

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