Back in early May, I predicted that the mainstream media's "objectivity" rituals would kick in as autumn neared, "balancing" the two major candidates according to the timeworn rules of "on of the one hand, on the other hand," thus leaving the impression that Hillary Clinton (seasoned and experienced, whatever her flaws) and Donald Trump (manifestly unfit, by dint of his temperament and ignorance) can somehow be equated.
Nathalia Gouveia of the Barton Community College volleyball team was named Tuesday as the KJCCC Division I Defensive Player of the Week. Gouveia recorded double-digit digs in three of the five Cougar matches last week in earning the week two honor. Statistically averaging just 2.8 digs per set due to Barton's style and defensive rotation, the sophomore from Rio de Janiero, Brazil, added to her numbers with nine blocks to go along with solid offensive numbers.
September 07, 2016|
The rain came in the night. First it began to fall gently; then seemed to be gathering momentum as the thunder increased. Nothing is more comfy than bed when it is raining and thundering outside, unless one has to go out in it.
ALEXANDER - Surrounded by loved ones, Darrell Gene Bradshaw passed away at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City on Sept. 5, 2016, after a sudden heart attack in June and a battle with undiagnosed cancer. Darrell was the fourth child born to Elgin and Mary (Butler) Bradshaw in Big Spring, Texas. He moved to Kansas at the age of 12 years where he remained, graduating from Great Bend High School. It was his junior high that he met his first wife, JoAnn Archer. They were married on Nov. 13, 1976. They had one daughter, Christina, and were married ...
ELLINWOOD - Pauline Musenbrock, 92, passed away at Woodhaven Care Center in Ellinwood on Sept. 3, 2016. She was born on Aug. 14, 1924 in New York. She was a lifetime Great Bend resident formerly of New York. She tended bar in Great Bend at the Knights of Columbus Hall and the Elk Lodge.
ALBERT - Alvin K. Schettler, 86, died Sept. 6, 2016, at Great Bend Regional Hospital. Born April 30, 1930, at Stoughton, Saskatchewan, Canada, he was the son of the Rev. Kurt G. and Louise (Schempp) Schettler. On Oct. 19, 1952, he married Janet Read at Belgrade, Neb. An Albert resident since 1965, Mr. Schettler was a Booster Station Plant Operator for Natural Gas Pipeline Company and retired from Occidental Petroleum in 1996.
When we stereotype rich people, we don’t picture them slaving in the kitchen to feed their family, rather we see them enjoying fine food in fine restaurants. The top quintile U.S. household mean income is nearly $200,000 a year, so they can afford eating out more than most people.
September 07, 2016|