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GE district’s 2018 annual audit positive

Gardner-Edgerton school district received good marks on their annual audit, conducted by Mize-Houser Company of Lawrence, Ks. “The district’s financial statements as of June 30, 2018 received a clean audit opinion…and to...

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Write your play in Playwriting 101 class

The stage is a magical place, and youth have an opportunity to learn to write their own plays during a class being offered at two locations beginning in late January by the Johnson County Park and Recreation District. This...

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Mayor Shute reflects on 2018

Steve Shute Mayor As we come to the end of my first year in office, I would like to extend my sincere gratitude to Interim City Administrator Laura Gourley, city staff, city council, boards, commissions, and advisory committees....

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University update

Area students graduate from PSU Over 450 students participated in the Dec. 14 commencement ceremony for the students in the College of Education and College of Technology. Local students included: Gardner; Emily Hermstein, BSE;...

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Natural Christmas trees can be recycled

When the holidays are over and it’s time to take down a natural holiday trees, wreaths and garlands, give them a second life by recycling them. The Johnson County Recycling District will be offering  Christmas tree recycling...

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OUR VIEW: Happy New Year!

New Year’s is more than just a time to celebrate; it represents a time of rebirth, a time to start again. That’s probably where the practice of making New Year’s resolutions began. Many celebrate the New Year with religious...

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State teen pregnancy rate drops in 2017

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) Bureau of Epidemiology and Public Health Informatics published the 2017 Kansas Adolescent and Teenage Pregnancy Report on its website at: http://www.kdheks.gov. The...

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PC discusses Valero, Belfonte’s new car wash

Albert Rukwaro Special to The Gardner News Main Street may soon have a new look after the Gardner city planning commission recommended the addition of a new retail space next to the Valero gas station during a meeting Dec. 18....

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Apply now for extension master naturalist program

If you have an interest in the environment and natural resources, and enjoy working with others then the Johnson County K-State Research and Extension Master Naturalist (EMN) program may be for you. Applications are now being...

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First mistaken-conviction lawsuit concluded 

The attorney general’s office has resolved the first lawsuit filed under a new mistaken-conviction statute enacted by the legislature earlier this year, Derek Schmidt, attorney general, said Dec. 18. The attorney general reached...

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