LARNED - When Jim Johnson talked with the Larned City Council recently about the city's recycling service, he reported that more businesses had become involved and that 37,000 pounds of materials were collected during the first month of operation.
July 11, 2016|
Special to the Tribune
|Pawnee Co. News
HOISINGTON - Beatrice Marie "Bea" Schneweis, 84, died July 10, 2016, at Clara Barton Hospital in Hoisington. Born arch 13, 1932, in Olmitz, she was the daughter of Arthur F. and Mary (Busch) Maneth. On May 28, 1952, she married Leo Emil Schneweis in Olmitz. He died on March 28, 2006. A lifetime Barton County resident, living in Hoisington since 1952, she was employed at Homestead Villa in Hoisington as an aide and housekeeper for over 20 years.
Glennis Arlene Doll, 99, died July 10, 2016, at Woodhaven Care Center in Ellinwood. Born Dec. 28, 1916, in Whiteside County, Ill. she was the daughter of Fred and Johanna (Onchen) Beuttel. On Dec. 28, 1935, she married Glen Hartshorn. He died on June 7, 1936. She then married Marvin Doll on Dec. 29, 1945, in Great Bend. He died on July 8, 1981. A Great Bend resident for more than 70 years, she was a cosmetologist.
Dane Patrick Schartz, 30, Great Bend, died July 10, 2016, after a valiant nearly four-year battle against colon cancer. He was born June 11, 1986, the son of Shannon and Jennifer (Potter) Schartz in Great Bend. He was a 2005 graduate of Great Bend High School.
This week's Chamber of Commerce Coffee will be hosted by Sunflower Bank. 3600 10th Street, at 9:30 a.m., Thursday. Host will be Marty Steinert with greeters Sarah Adams and Barry Bowers. Coffee, refreshments and door prizes will be available.
Now that the presumptive nominees are set, the presidential campaign has officially entered its "begging for money like we're raising bail for our little sister who's being held in a Turkish prison" stage. And a pre-convention lull has descended upon the proceedings like a moist blanket of sulk. Not to be confused with the post-convention lull, which will be similar but ratcheted up by a desperation factor of four.
For one former Barton track star it may be his last go at the Olympics. For another it was an attempt to make his first Olympic team. Both came up short at the United States Olympic trials this past weekend in Eugene, Ore.
A state of local disaster emergency could be declared for Kansas in the aftermath of wind, rains storms and flooding that raked the area June 25-28 and June 30-July 4, Barton County Emergency Management Director Amy Miller told county commissioners Monday morning. Now, the state is wanting damage estimates from all 105 counties.