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Public health is her passion

Barton County Health Department Public Health Educator Janel Rose has been at her job for 24 years. A former teacher, she has put her passion ...

March 04, 2016 | Dale Hogg | Progress: Health & Wellness

New weight loss program seeing big results

Last month, the Heartland Regional Health Clinic launched a new weight loss program to the public after a two-month trial with employees and their family ...

March 04, 2016 | Special to the Tribune | Progress: Health & Wellness

Signs, signs, everywhere a sign

Wayfinding is a catchy word to identify road signs that illustrate local bike paths.

March 04, 2016 | Jim Misunas | Progress: Health & Wellness

New Sports Medicine courses open career pathways for GBHS students

Great Bend High School students interested in careers in health care or science can now enroll in Sports Medicine. Three Sports Medicine I classes and ...

March 04, 2016 | Susan Thacker | Progress: Health & Wellness

CBH Surgical Services have broadened scope

Clara Barton Surgical Services has always offered a broad range of services, but many patients don't know how broad. Surgery, scopes, and consultations are ...

March 04, 2016 | Special to the Tribune | Progress: Health & Wellness

Herrera family opens A to Z store

Armando and Irma Herrera have opened the A to Z thrift store at 1209 Main, Great Bend. At the grand opening on Feb. 20, the ...

March 02, 2016 | Susan Thacker | Progress: Commerce & Finance

Spreading the word on health

An avid cyclist and nutrition enthusiast, Barton County Extension Agent Donna Krug has long advocated for health lifestyles.

March 02, 2016 | Dale Hogg | Progress: Health & Wellness

Chamber director provides update

Sydney Blanton, Larned Chamber and Pawnee County Economic Development Commission director, graduated from Wichita Trinity Academy and earned bachelor's degree in business administration with ...

March 02, 2016 | Jim Misunas | Progress: Pawnee County

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Great Bend Fire/EMS

July 14, 2016 | Tribune Staff | On the Record

Perks staff receives training from award-winning company

Since Perks Coffee Shoppe features the award-winning PT's Coffee, the staff wanted to learn more about the product and went directly to the source.

July 14, 2016 | Special to the Tribune | Business

St. Rose Health Center blood screenings set for July 23

St. Rose Health Center staff members and volunteers will be on hand from 6:30 to 9 a.m. Saturday, July 23 for the next blood screenings. The public is encouraged to attend the walk-in event.

July 14, 2016 | Special to the Tribune | Business

Quillin new children’s coordinator for Sunflower Early Education Center

Even though Heather Quillin is the new children's services coordinator at Sunflower Diversified Services, she will continue in her role as a speech-language pathologist (SLP) as time allows.

July 14, 2016 | Special to the Tribune | Business

Cherry Village’s Tina Mingenback earns dietary certification

Tina Mingenback has added a new credential to her formal education to better serve residents at Cherry Village Benevolence.

July 14, 2016 | Special to the Tribune | Business

USD 428 online enrollment begins Monday

Parents with students returning to Great Bend USD 428 in August may enroll them online beginning Monday, July 18.

July 14, 2016 | Susan Thacker | Local News

Costly mandates

Complying with federal mandates probably costs Barton Community College $1-2 million a year, college officials learned recently.

July 14, 2016 | Susan Thacker | Viewpoint

KBI asked to probe possible improprieties at CVB

When the City of Great Bend took over management of the Convention and Visitors Bureau in January, city officials found troubling evidence as to how the CVB had been operated by long-time CVB Director Cris Collier. They were so concerned that they brought in the Kansas Bureau of Investigation to probe the records for any improprieties, City Administrator Howard Partington said.

July 14, 2016 | Dale Hogg | Local News

Grassroots Art Center archival project

For the past year the Grassroots Art Center has been in the process of digitizing Kansas Grassroots Art Environment videos. Staff at the art center have spent 20 years documenting more than 90 self-taught local and Kansas artists and their yard environments.

July 14, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Entertainment

Check it Out

New DVDs to Ellinwood School Community Library:

July 14, 2016 | Sheri Holmes, Director of Library/Media Services | Entertainment

Charlie's Inside Corner

Is it too early to start talking football? Just a little? Maybe just Big 12 football?

July 14, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Local Sports

BBB warning: Enjoy Pokémon GO...with caution

In just a few days, Pokémon GO has become the most downloaded phone app in the U.S. The app, which uses mapping software to create a virtual reality game, is getting children and adults out and about in their neighborhoods to "catch" the game characters as they pop up on phone screens from various locations.

July 14, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Entertainment

Pokemon Go

July 14, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Editorial Cartoons

Support for Homer Kruckenberg

Dear Editor,

July 14, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Letters to the Editor

A Warning on Drug Pricing from Bill Gates

One of the most popular punching bags on the presidential campaign trail this year is America's biopharmaceutical industry. Bashing drug companies was telegraphed early on as a key Democratic strategy to shift the blame for the failure of Obamacare to contain health care costs away from the Democratic/insurance industry alliance that wrote the law. Unfortunately, their policy proposals, designed to suppress drug prices, are likely to cause far more harm than good.

July 14, 2016 | Phil Kerpen | Columnists

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