OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – For the fourth straight week, a Johnson County Community College women's basketball player has been chosen the KJCCC/Verizon Wireless Player of the Week. This week sophomore guard Camille Gee earned the week five honor. The other JCCC winners were: Neika Wheeler in week two, Sameia Kendall in week three, and Juanita Robinson in week four.Gee helped the No. 3 Lady Cavaliers remain perfect at 10-0 by scoring a career...
Augusta’s junior varsity girls basketball team outscored Mulvane 13-5 in the fourth quarter of Friday’s season opener to beat the Wildcats 34-32 in a nailbiter.Morgan Kirk hit a 3-pointer,...
It was probably too much to demand that Jake Goldenstein repeat the perfect success he had all of last year.Goldenstein, who went undefeated last year, lost his first match since the 106-pound state...
Will Johnson and his wife, Estell, grew up in what they call an urban environment. As children, neither of them was involved in the 4-H program, because they thought it was only for rural youth who lived on farms.
The Butler Community College Board of Trustees will take action on a couple of issues during their meeting Tuesday afternoon.
The El Dorado City Commission appointed new members to several city boards and committees during their meeting this week.
Butler County Treasurer Ruth Fechter reminds everyone taxes are due on or before Dec. 20.
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – The 2013 Butler football season came to an end Sunday with a 6-0 loss to Iowa Western in the Graphic Edge Bowl, marking the first time the Grizzlies have been shut out in more than 20 years.
Lots of fun with Santa
Area school boards will meet Monday evening.
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