The Great Bend Chamber of Commerce & Economic Development announced this morning that the location for this week's Chamber Coffee will be moved to Wells Sit-n-Sleep, located at 3124 10th Street in Great Bend. Community residents are invited to stop by the locally owned furniture store for free coffee and refreshments from 9 to 10 a.m. Program will begin at 9:30 a.m., with door prize drawings to follow. Chamber Coffees are casual networking events open to any member of the Great Bend Chamber of Commerce & Economic Development. For more information or to sign up to host a ...
TOPEKA – Kansas Governor Sam Brownback's recommendation Tuesday that the state's Oil and Gas Depletion Trust Fund payments to county be increased came as good news to the counties most impacted by the fund. Now, if the Legislature gives its nod, a threatened lawsuit will likely be dropped.
The dawn of the new year signals civilization's return to several grand traditions, including the ancient hoary one requiring we professional columnists to trot out the tried but true "Ye Olde Predictions Piece." Either that or the even triter but true "Ye Olde Resolutions Piece." But we wandered down that trail last year. And most likely will again in 2015.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - His return from offseason knee surgery still a few days away, Knowshon Moreno sauntered over to the sideline one hot August afternoon in training camp. In front of him were two young running backs having trouble picking up first downs and blitzes.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Jim Harbaugh pirouetted in frustration following a personal foul on Dan Skuta. He got hit with his own unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for arguing following a catch by Vernon Davis that went to review before being ruled a touchdown.
HOISINGTON - Dwayne Detter, 61, died Jan. 12, at Clara Barton Hospital, Hoisington. He was born Feb. 15, 1952 at Hutchinson, the son of Leonard Dwayne and Donna Jean (Van Meter) Detter. Dwayne married Denise Perry July 30, 1977 at Lyons. Growing up in Sterling, Dwayne was a Hoisington resident since 1996 coming from Oberlin. Dwayne was a sales manager for KSN-Oberlin and later Eagle Radio, Hays, retiring in 2006.