As the first class to graduate from the new Garden City High School, the Class of 2013 took pride in the accomplishment during Saturday's 126th commencement ceremony.
Class President Todd Savolt said the Class of 2013 watched the building grow from plans and drawings, to breaking ground and seeing the walls go up.
"This is a big moment for all of us. We all ...
Baylee Almos enjoys dodgeball.
She also enjoys being involved in the community and helping those in need.
Thursday at Horace Good Middle School, where the 14-year-old is a eighth-grader, Almos got to combine the two.
Students in Erin Marshall's communications class did a unit on service projects and had to make speech proposals for the projects.
Special to The Telegram
A large storm system moved across the Plains and upper Midwest over the weekend, with several tornadoes hitting across parts of Kansas.
The roof and walls of a home were blown away when a tornado briefly touched down Saturday evening two miles south of Rozel on K-156. The residents escaped unharmed.
Storm chasers reported the damage to the National Weat ...
By BRETT MARSHALL
CIMARRON — To find the precious memories of their three years of attending Cimarron schools, Eva and Isabelle Koopman won't have to look very far.
Their parents — Jack and Angeline — are owners of CAG Dairy Farms, with one of those locations being in Gray County. They bought the facility in 2006, and moved their family, including now sixth grade y ...
By The Telegram
The Garden City High School girls swim team was unable to qualify any of its three relay teams or individual Samantha Norton in Friday's preliminaries of the Class 6A state swim meet in Topeka.
The 200-yard medley relay team of Ashley Longoria, Claire Schmidt, Lindsay Bradstreet and Erika Sschafer clocked a 2:09.42, just off their season best mark of 2:08.47. It took a time of ...