Published 2/21/2014 in Features
Infamous bank robbers the topic of Brown Bag presentation
Most Kansans are more than aware of the "Clutter Case" — the infamous murders that happened in 1959 in our own backyard in Holcomb, where two ex-convicts on parole killed a husband, a wife and two of their children "In Cold Blood."
It inspired author Truman Capote to write a book that became the greatest crime seller at the time, three ...
Published 2/14/2014 in Features
Pure enjoyment of participation on display in adapted hoops league.
If you ever need a lesson in sportsmanship and teamwork, just walk into the Victor Ornelas Elementary School gym on a Tuesday night.
For six weeks during the winter season, the Garden City Recreation Commission offers an adapted ...
Published 1/24/2014 in FeaturesBy STEVE QUAKENBUSH
Special to The Telegram
People who remember first seeing "The Jazz Singer," "Casablanca," "Giant," "Love Story" or even "Raiders of the Lost Ark" at a local theater — in the days before Red Box, DVDs or even videotape — may want to visit the latest exhibit at the Front Door ...
Published 1/11/2014 in Features
By SCOTT AUST
Local martial arts enthusiasts make trip to China to visit Shaolin Temple, the birthplace of Wing Chun style of kung fu.
Last November, seven local kung fu enthusiasts got the thrill of a lifetime when they visited the Shaolin Temple in Hunan Province, China, the ...
Published 1/4/2014 in Features : Area coverage
Artist driven to keep western Kansas artifacts here at home.
SCOTT CITY — With a gallery full of paintings depicting historical events and a collection of artifacts, Jerry Thomas is determined to bring Western Kansas history back to Western Kansas.
So, what do you say to the Smithsonian when they ...