Archive for Thursday, March 26, 2015

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Mill Valley baseball sweeps Bonner Springs
March 26, 2015
Mill Valley began its Kaw Valley League title defense with a pair of convincing victories over visiting Bonner Springs on Thursday at the 3 and 2 Baseball Club’s West Complex.
State official to be director of Manhattan airport
March 26, 2015
Jesse Romo, the director of aviation for the Kansas Department of Transportation, will become the director of the Manhattan Regional Airport next month.
Kansas House passes bill to authorize $1.5B in pension bonds
March 26, 2015
The Kansas House has approved a bill authorizing $1.5 billion in bonds to help lower the state’s annual costs in funding pensions for teachers and government workers.
Salina man hopes to transform flour mill, redevelop area
March 26, 2015
The owner of a Salina mill has proposed a multimillion-dollar plan to transform the H.D. Lee Flour Mill and Grain Elevator into either townhomes or hotel rooms, with a restaurant 100 feet off the ground.
Reno County spending money to keep jail smelling good
March 26, 2015
To retain that new jail smell, Reno County plans to buy equipment that will vacuum-seal clothing worn by arriving inmates.
Entries sought for annual marble art, invention competition
March 26, 2015
Organizers of Bonner Springs’s annual Marble Day festival on May 2 are seeking entries in the Marble Art and Invention Competition.
Bonner Elementary plans fun run fundraiser
March 26, 2015
Bonner Springs Elementary School is once again planning its iRun/iWalk Fun Run Fundraiser at 9 a.m. April 25 at the school.
Community Easter Egg Hunt set for Bonner Springs
March 26, 2015
Bonner Springs Parks and Recreation Department will have its annual Easter Egg Hunt from 9 to 10:30 a.m. April 4 at North Park, 1200 S. 134th St.
GoLizards set to move to K-7 and Kansas Ave.
March 26, 2015
GoLizards Pet Store, Bait Shop and Grooming announced via Facebook Monday that after 6 years at its Downtown Bonner location, 220 Cedar St., it plans to move.
Basehor, Bonner districts agree: Block grant funding unfair
March 26, 2015
David Howard said that there are so many moving parts to education funding in Kansas right now that it’s hard to make any plans to take action, even if it is almost sure that school districts will have to make budget cuts.