Melvern Sunflower Days planned for June 19-21

The dates for the Melvern 4-H Sunflower Days have been set for June 19-21. Lewellen Amusements Carnival will provide rides, concessions and games for all three nights of the fair.

Bingo will be also held all three nights, along with a baby show and other evening entertainment. The grand parade will be held Saturday evening, June 21.

There will be 4-H projects displayed and judged throughout the three days. Homemade ice cream will also be served all three nights.

Those interested may mark their calendar and plan to attend the 2014 Melvern 4-H Sunflower Days.

Tuesday basketball scores

Sub-State Basketball Brackets

Class 4A Sub-State @ Eudora - Boys | Girls
Eudora, Kansas City-Bishop Ward, Osawatomie, Santa Fe Trail

Class 3A Sub-State @ Wellsville | Boys - Boys | Girls
Council Grove, Humboldt, Mound City-Jayhawk Linn, Osage City, Pomona-West Franklin, Prairie Village-Kansas City Christian, Richmond-Central Heights, Wellsvile

Class 2A Sub-State @ Mission Valley | Boys - Boys | Girls
Allen-Northern Heights, Burlingame, Cottonwood Falls-Chase County, Eskridge-Mission Valley, Lawrence-Bishop Seabury, Lyndon, Madison/Hamilton, Olathe-Heritage Christian, Olpe

Class 1A Division I Sub-State @Waverly | Boys - Boys | Girls
LeRoy-Southern Coffey County, Melvern-Marais des Cygnes Valley, Moran-Marmaton Valley, St. Paul, Waverly

February 27, 2014 - PDF Edition

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Wrestling squads wrap up regular season

PERRY—Burlingame and Santa Fe Trail high school wrestling teams wrapped up their season with tournaments last weekend. The Chargers closed the year with a sixth-place finish at the nine-team Big Seven League Tournament, finishing a few pins shy of third place.

“We lost a lot of close matches,” said SFT coach Regan Erickson. “Many of those were big losses earlier in the year.”

$2.5 million secured for Scranton water project

SCRANTON —The Scranton City Council authorized Mayor Robert Sims to sign a USDA Rural Development letter of commitment, which will enable the city to proceed with an application for Federal financial assistance for Phase I of a project to upgrade its water utility system.

The letter acknowledges requirements and conditions of the funding source, USDA Rural Development. Council action to approve the commitment occurred Feb. 11. The regular meeting Feb. 4 had been postponed due to a snowstorm a week earlier.

Overbrook City Council president dies

The Herald-Chronicle has received notice from the City of Overbrook that Overbrook City Council President Jim Gates passed away yesterday evening.

Gates was a 41-year resident of Overbrook, served 10 years on the city council, president of the rotary club, member of the recreation committee, and owner of a farm equipment dealership at Four Corners for 22 years. He was 73.

Gates' obituary will be available later this evening or tomorrow morning.

Santa Fe Trail eliminates preschool peers

CARBONDALE—Summer Taylor, a parent whose child participated in the preschool program at Overbrook Attendance Center, spoke to the USD 434 Board of Education at the Feb. 12 regular meeting. Taylor asked the board about rumors that peer model students would no longer be allowed to participate in the program.

Local resident to celebrate 105th birthday

OSAGE CITY—Nellie Martin has always had a love for life. That love has gotten her far, as she approaches a milestone not many get to accomplish. Martin will turn 105 on Feb. 25.

Vintage Park will hold a party in Martin’s honor Feb. 23, 2 to 4 p.m. at the retirement facility.

“As long as I am healthy, I plan on living to 110, or at least 105,” Martin said prior to turning 100.

Martin is ready to meet that milestone.

February 20, 2014 - PDF Edition

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