Author: Gardner News

Broncos 2nd in 14-under Gardner tourney

The Spring Hill 14-under baseball squad recently wrapped up second place in the Gardner competitive post-season tourney held July 5-9 at Celebration Park. The Broncos reached the final but dropped a hard-fought 10-8 decision to...

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OUR VIEW: USD 231 teachers forego raises

Gardner Edgerton teachers didn’t get a raise this year. It’s sad, but an unfortunate reality in these tough economic times. We thank teachers for biting the bullet as so many Kansas residents have had to do this year, including...

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Cowboys round up 3rd place in OCL

Riding a four-game win streak, the Johnson County Cowboys 12-under baseball team recently wrapped up third place in the Olathe competitive league. Highlighting the late-season surge was a 9-7 win versus the Olathe Mavericks. Joe...

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Starling wins All-Metro, Means second team

Bubba Starling was recently voted the K.C. Star’s All-Metro Baseball Player of the Year. Despite missing two weeks of the season with a quad injury, he still produced impressive numbers. He batted .481 with four home runs and 18...

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Baldwin City Art Walk

At 7 p.m., Friday, July 15, Baldwin City will be celebrating both Kansas & Americas Birthdays. The evening will include wonderful art work by many artists.  There will also be a Cup Cake War contest.  A performance by a...

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Legion riders to host annual Legion Hop

The American Legion Riders, LeRoy Hill Post 19 in Gardner will host their Third Annual Legion Hop on Saturday, July 16. The event is open to the public, and all vehicles are welcome. Registration takes place 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at...

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Public Record

Marriage licenses issued Jeffrey Lawrence Ansell, 33, Shawnee and Jessica Lynn Moore, 34, Shawnee Scott Bryan Appell, 26, Olathe and Kelly Lynn Kramer, 26, Olathe Everett Alexander Barnett, 62, Olathe and Deborah Elaine French,...

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KS Farmers Union to host talks on 2012 Farm Bill

McPHERSON—Kansas Farmers Union will be hosting Farm Bill sessions in Courtland and Seneca on July 21. Speakers at the event include National Farmers Union President Roger Johnson and Kansas Farm Service Agency (FSA) Director...

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Local 4-H members receive Jo Co fair expereince

Olivia Rogers Club reporter 4-H’ers from two different clubs attended a goat project meeting at the home of Rhonda Carter.  Carter’s daughter Suzanna shared skills she had learned from her days showing dairy goats in 4-H....

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Incentive Package lures Mars Chocolate to Topeka

Topeka – Kansas Governor Sam Brownback applauded two state agencies for their work that helped convince Mars Chocolate North America to select Topeka as the site of a $250 million manufacturing plant. The Kansas Departments of...

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