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Mules begin season nationally ranked

The Mules return four All-Americans from a season ago when they finished 8-3 and capped the season with a 38-28 win over Minnesota-Duluth in the Mineral Water Bowl. Among them is senior quarterback Brook Bolles, who returns for his final year after putting up a monstrous stat line last season. Bolle

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Springvale student graduates from Fort Hays State University | Journal Tribune

HAYS, Kan. – Amy Elizabeth Gisriel, a resident of Springvale, graduated from Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas, in the Spring 2018 semester with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology.

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Plainville Livestock Commission suspended, assessed a civil penalty in settlement with AMS

On July 12, Plainville Livestock Commission Inc., and Tyler D. Gillum of Plainville, Kansas (collectively, Plainville), a market agency selling livestock on commission subject to the Packers and Stockyards Act, entered into a Consent Decree with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Kansas.

HIGH PLAINS JOURNAL

Sheriff’s office announces multiple drug busts

Over the course of the last 12 days the Barton County Sheriff’s office has been involved in several controlled substances cases, Sheriff Brian Bellendir announced Friday afternoon.“We did not want to make the cases public until investigations were complete,” Bellendir said. He released the following

GREAT BEND TRIBUNE

Rolling Sculpture Car Show set for Saturday, Aug. 25

Barton County Historical Society will host Rolling Sculpture 2018, its annual car show and open house, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 25.

GREAT BEND TRIBUNE - 2018-08-18 18:36:00

Mega Motor Weekend coming to GB

At the end of September, Great Bend’s Mega Motor Weekend will offer three events for the entire family. The Great Bend Airfest, Lucas Oil Drag Racing and the Hahn Brothers Shootout will all take place the weekend of Sept. 28-30.“These events are important to the community — especially the Airfest. T

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Rozel man appears in Pawnee County court

Larned, Kansas – Christopher Lee Trimble, 54 of Rozel, Kansas, appeared in custody Wednesday afternoon before Pawnee County Magistrate Judge Julie Cowell. Judge Cowell advised the defendant that he faces a six-count complaint, to wit: Aggravated Violation of Offender Registration Act, severity leve

GREAT BEND TRIBUNE

Three injured in Stafford County collision

Two vehicles collided at an uncontrolled intersection at 2:32 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11, in Stafford County. Both drivers and a passenger where injured, the Kansas Highway Patrol reports.

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‘What Were You Wearing?’ dispels sexual violence myths

A myth that sexual assault victims are sometimes at fault for what they were wearing when attacked is countered by the art installation “What were you wearing?” It is on display in the Barton County Courthouse lobby through Friday, Aug. 17, and will then be at the Great Bend Library through Aug. 24.

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Kansas Barn Alliance will host BarnFest in Damar, Kansas, Sept. 21-22

The Kansas Barn Alliance will be hosting BarnFest 18 on Sept. 21 to 22 in Damar, Kansas, and rural areas of Rooks, Graham and Phillips counties.

HIGH PLAINS JOURNAL

Primary canvass nets only slight change

In the end, the numbers changed slightly, but the overall results of last Tuesday’s primary election remained the same.

GREAT BEND TRIBUNE

Most positions filled at Great Bend USD 428

School starts next week in Great Bend USD 428, but staff and teachers have been busy throughout the summer, administrators said. The pace has picked up in recent days.“There’s a lot going on,” Superintendent Khris Thexton told the school board Monday.Tricia Reiser, the district’s director of teachin

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Wilson first county town affected by new law

Editor’s Note — A story in the Aug. 9 edition of the Ellsworth County Independent gave an inaccurate account of Wilson’s proposed 2019 city budget. Here is the rest of the story.By the I-R StaffLater this month, Wilson will become the first Ellsworth County town to trigger a Kansas law that forces c

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Hoisington’s 2019 budget approved

Former councilman Jim Sekavec asked the council to consider purchasing a new street sweeper, (Randy) asked the council to make the purchase of a new digger truck a higher priority, and if not, the existing unit is due for a complete makeover, and should be mounted on a new chassis. He argued that th

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A’s receive invitation to NBC World Series

Fans at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium in Wichita, Kansas, enjoy a National Baseball Congress World Series game Friday, Aug. 3, between the Clarinda A’s and Hays, Kansas, Larks. Batting for the A’s is catcher Jordan Maxson. The A’s suffered a 7-2 loss to the Larks as part of pool play. The NBC World Series

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New GB admin eyes city/county cooperation

The Barton County Commission Monday morning took time to welcome a new government officials to town. They were introduced to Kendal Francis, who was appointed recently by the City of Great Bend as the new city administrator, and it could be a cozy connection.

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United Way thankful for Stuff the Bus participation

The United Way of Central Kansas Board of Directors, staff, and community partners are thankful for everyone who donated to its annual Stuff the Bus event this year, UWCK Executive Director Gaila Demel said.

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Made in Great Bend, America

Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kansas) toured Doonan Specialized Trailers on Wednesday and heard first-hand how tariffs on steel and aluminum are hurting the local manufacturing plant. Mike Gordy, co-manager of operations, said it now costs an addition $800 to build a trailer.The company is not alone.“We’ve go

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Natoma's Pruter is a 2018 American FFA Degree Recipient

At the 2018 National FFA Convention and Expo in October, a record 4,255 FFA members will be recognized on-stage as American FFA Degree recipients.

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Jon Pancost works to restore, preserve stonework

Jon Pancost, owner of Bluestem Quarry and Stoneworks in Lucas, is working to preserve stonework that is unique to Kansas.

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