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Scares to come for the 2nd time at 3rd Street Asylum
September 28, 2011
The 3rd Street Asylum, downtown Bonner Springs’ only haunted house, will open its doors for another season beginning Friday.
New associate pastor takes post at Victory Assembly
September 28, 2011
Victory Assembly of God in Bonner Springs has welcomed a new associate pastor, Glynn Robison Jr.
Council completes public business in five minutes
September 28, 2011
After an hour-long executive session to discuss detailed personnel issues, the Bonner Springs City Council conducted a short public meeting Monday evening.
7th-grade volleyball falls to Lansing, TMS
September 28, 2011
The Clark Middle School seventh-grade volleyball B team dropped a pair of matches Sept. 18 at Tonganoxie.
BSHS football scrimmage fundraiser a success
September 28, 2011
The Bonner Springs High School football program used the annual Orange and Black Scrimmage as a fundraiser for Vaughn-Trent Community Services. The effort led to $364 in donations, as well as 185 canned goods that were brought by Braves fans.
CMS 8th-grade volleyball takes 2nd at tournament
September 28, 2011
The Clark Middle School eighth-grade volleyball A team traveled Saturday to Gardner for the Wheatridge Mustang Volleyball Tournament.
CMS 7th-grade football edged by Tonganoxie
September 28, 2011
The Clark Middle School seventh-grade football B team dropped a heartbreaker 8-6 to Tonganoxie on Monday at CMS.
KSHSAA releases new classifications
Bonner Springs football, Gardner-Edgerton athletics among main changes
September 28, 2011
The Kansas State High School Activities Association on Tuesday released its school classifications for the 2011-2012 school year, and local schools were not affected by the changes.
Downtown photography studio to focus on pictures of newborns
September 28, 2011
Melissa Rieke of McLouth has always loved babies, and she’s always loved photography, too.
Finally! Ribbon-cutting celebrates official finale for major detours at K-7
Project enhances traffic safety, development potential in area
September 28, 2011
On Friday, dignitaries will officially cut the ribbon signaling the end of the long-running and — for many retailers and drivers — laborious Kansas Highway 7 interchange project.
Back in the saddle: Woman rides again after 60-plus years
September 28, 2011
Danila Rock didn’t vice-grip the saddle horn with both hands, or sway like a rag-doll when the horse started moving. No, she had done this before.
5 Questions: Shear Madness
September 28, 2011
Don’t prune trees in fall, expert recommends