Ah, can you hear it? The summer celebration. As a teacher and a mom, I’m cheering as loud as anybody. While the first week or two of summer vacation will be an ultimate demonstration of summer freedom (no alarm clocks, no school bells, no backpacks, no tests … should I keep going?), the truth is teachers still think about our students during the summer break. We desperately hope all of our efforts the past nine months won’t slip down the ... waterslide. We completely turn our teaching reigns over to you, the parents, and trust those students will be on ...
June 11, 2016|
TINY TOWN — As I walked through one this week, I had a discussion with one of my friends about what it was that made me excited to browse through every trinket inside a museum, visitor center or monument gift shop.
June 11, 2016|
Janice Walker, Great Bend, didn't realize that picking up a copy of "Older & Bolder" would lead her to a new public service project. But after she read about the Kansas Silver Haired Legislature, which advocates for senior citizens, she decided to learn more.
Rev. Lee Allen Stubblefield, at the age of 78, one of God's most faithful servants was called home on June 10, 2016 at Leisure Homestead, St. John. He was born on July 4, 1937 at Tulsa, Okla., the son of Carson and Gertrude Rose (Higley) Stubblefield. He was a Baptist minister serving at the Omega Church in Akron, Ind., Great Bend Bible Church and he was Chaplain at Ogden Rescue Mission, Utah. He received a BA degree in Biblical Education at Western Bible Institute and was a 14-year veteran of the US Navy. On Jan. 26, 1960 he married ...