By SCOTT AUST
Bruce Reichmuth and his wife, Pat, were scheduled to return to Garden City on Friday from a conference in Nashville, Tenn., but last week's winter storm caused major problems for their connecting flight through Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
The freezing rain and ice storm that hit Dallas ...
Instructors show board how they're using Chromebooks.
By ANGIE HAFLICH
HOLCOMB — Middle School teachers on Monday showed the Holcomb USD 363 Board of Education ways in which they are using Chromebooks in their classrooms.
Holcomb Middle School English and reading instructors Becky Stoppel, Jennifer LaSalle, Michael Perez and Catherine Beddow presented board members ...
By KELTON BROOKS
With the need to expand and accommodate the emerging needs of residents, the Shepherd of the Plains Foundation has kicked off a fundraiser to build a new nursing home in Cimarron.
The fundraiser that began in November, Caring for the Future, has an overall campaign goal of $5,350,000 to go toward the design of the new facility.
"This is a very exciting pro ...
By KEVIN THOMPSON
CIMARRON — One game into the season and already the Lady Bluejays are looking pretty solid.
Cimarron closed out the opening night of its home tournament, the Cimarron Bluejay Invitational, with an 80-36 win over South Gray to advance to Friday's semifinals.
Cimarron went for the early "put-away-and-cruise-control" strategy, taking a 26-6 first-quarter ...
Immediately following Sunday afternoon's Football Capital of Kansas Bowl loss in Pittsburg, Garden City Community College assistant football coaches Jeff Kelly and Oscar Rodriguez jumped in a car and hit the road for Miami.
They weren't going for the 80-degree weather — though, to be certain, that was a plus — they were on a recruiting trip.
So despite the disappointing 47-21 loss to Tyler (Te ...