THE UNSEEN WORLD — Marvel’s “Ant-Man” is a bit of a departure from its earlier superhero fare. Sure, there is fighting, talk of Avengers and Hydra, but “Ant-Man” would be better categorized as a heist flick than a superhero film.
The annual reunion of descendants of Conrad Scheuerman, Elizabeth Schwindt Scheuerman and Rosa Matal Scheuerman will begin at 3 p.m. on Aug. 1. with a BBQ and games at the Claflin Community Center, 409 A Street. Activities will continue at the Community Center on Sunday, Aug. 2, with a church service at 9:45 a.m., pot-luck dinner at 12 p.m., swimming and games. Contact Cliff Sheuerman, 620-793-9193 for more information.
All across our country Americans are checking their automobiles, installing GPSs, studying road maps, printing off directions from MapQuest and adding another item to their "to do" lists in preparation for long-awaited summer vacations.
July 19, 2015|
John Schlageck, Kansas Farm Bureau
The Great Bend Evening Lions Club presented the Melvin Jones Fellowship award to Elward (Eldy) Hiss for his 42 years of humanitarian service to the highest degree. Eldy has shown stalwart dedication in his quest to help others through his time spent with the Great Bend Evening Lions Club. He said that while Lions help people in need all around the world, it is his friendship with Club members and the many services they provide locally that means the most to him.
When a disaster strikes, what do we need? First aid, emergency help, transportation, supplies, and more. Maybe we also need something to lift our spirits, in the way that only a good dog can do. Today we'll meet a remarkable Kansan whose dog's role in disaster recovery has taken him into print, across the nation and beyond.
July 19, 2015|
By Ron Wilson, director of the Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development at Kansas State Un