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Wrestlers busy with matches last weekend

Coach Tyler Cordts The wrestlers were busy the Jan. 26 weekend. Friday night the varsity had a duel against Blue Valley West.  Collin Smith, Carlos Gaeta, Brayden Ratcliffe, AJ Rodriguez, Brendan Oshel, Caden Rodriguez, Noah...

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The doldrums of Winter are upon us all

Joan Dorsey Contributing columnist I am sure there are people who opened their eyes this morning and just couldn’t get out of bed. No physical reasons, but just couldn’t face the day. Deep into winter and let’s face it, this is...

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Fort Hays schedules information meetings

Staff from Fort Hays State University’s Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science will host six free information sessions across the state for interested students and their families in February, March and April. The Academy...

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Blazers in El Dorado tournament

Coach Farron Evans The Lady Blazers traveled to El Dorado Jan. 26 to compete in the El Dorado Tournament. The ladies played three games in three days and competed in close games and got a win. Game 1 versus Circle 29-36 Loss...

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USD 231 adds fire fighting program

Albert Rukwaro Special to The Gardner News The Gardner Edgerton school district is set to introduce a fire fighting program for high school seniors in conjunction with Fire District No.1. The program, under the career and...

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Remember, there are no dumb questions

Dorothy Rosby Contributing columnist I’ve always taken comfort in the idea that there are no dumb questions. I have many questions, and if there were such a thing as a dumb one, some of mine might well qualify. For example, why...

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USD 231 review enrollment data

The USD 231 board of education will hear a detailed review of the district’s enrollment projections at their February board meeting. Rob Schwartz, district demographer of RSP and Associations, presented a draft review of the...

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In search of a dragon; it still exists

Joan Dorsey Contributing columnist There are numerous perks working for the newspaper. None of them are monetary riches, but well worth time and years I have spent here anyway. I get to see people I know. I get to talk to the...

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Extension provides info on food, power outages

The Jan. 12 snow storm left more than 170,000 KCPL residents without power for several days. Locally, Gardner residents fared much better with limited outages. According to a press release from the extension office, when the...

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Sports briefs

Coach Scott Seyl 8th Grade Varsity Score:  Lost 35 – 50 The varsity boys played hard but lost to Baldwin Jan. 15. Dawson Williams had 13 points and 11 rebounds. Kyle Oatman had awcwb points, three steals and two assist....

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