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K-State picks sophomore Jesse Ertz to start at quarterback

BY DAVE SKRETTA AP Sports Writer MANHATTAN, KAN.- Kansas State sophomore Jesse Ertz has won a four-way competition to start at quarterback Saturday in the season opener against South Dakota. Ertz beat out junior Joe Hubener and freshman Alex Delton, who were listed as co-backups on the depth chart released Tuesday. Junior college transfer Jonathan […]

Barton's Nathalia Gouveia makes a diving save in third set action Monday against Sterling College JV. Match played 08-31-15 at the Barton Gym.

Cougars jump above .500 with another non-conference sweep

BARTONSPORTS.COM For the first time since the 2011 season, the Barton Community College volleyball team rose above .500 with a non-conference sweep Monday night at the Barton Gym over the junior varsity squad from Sterling College. The Cougars improved to 4-3 on the season taking the three sets 25-18, 25-20, and 25-21. Barton will hit […]

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K-State ready to name QB starter, Texas Tech still either/or

UNDATED (AP) – Kansas State coach Bill Snyder knows which of his four quarterbacks will be the new starter. Snyder plans to reveal who is replacing Jake Waters on Tuesday. Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury is taking a different approach in letting everyone know who is starting again for the Red Raiders. The depth chart […]


AL Central-leading Royals make deal to get Gomes from Braves

ATLANTA (AP) – The AL Central-leading Kansas City Royals have reached a deal to get outfielder Jonny Gomes from the Atlanta Braves. Terms of the deal weren’t immediately disclosed. Gomes left Monday night’s game in Atlanta against Miami after the fifth inning, hugged his teammates in the dugout and began packing up his belongings in […]


Chiefs settle on long snapper, waive 11 players

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – The Chiefs have selected James Winchester to serve as their long snapper, waiving Andrew East and 10 others Sunday as they pare down to the 75-man roster limit by Tuesday afternoon. The Chiefs still need to cut four more players. Winchester and East, who recently became engaged to Olympic gymnast […]

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Wednesday on 1590 KVGB, “The Talk of the Town”

12A-5A Coast to Coast with George Noory 5A-6A America in the Morning 6A-8A Early Morning Show with Patrick Burnett – News – Sports – Business News, Obits, Entertainment 8:30-9A “Ask the Expert Show” – Steve Webster visits with Great Bend COOP Seed Manager Jeff Mauler about crop conditions in the Golden Belt. 9A-10A Trading Post […]

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Pet of the Week – Adoption Specials!

Thank You to our sponsors!We are still offering reduced adoption fees for ALL dogs and cats! These fee’s include sponsored spays/neuters. Adoption fee for a fully vetted dog is Just $25.00! Adult cats are free and kittens are just $20.00 and includes all vaccines and spay/neuters. Hurry in and find your new furrbaby!! For more […]

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WINNERS from the August Photo Contest

Congratulations to the winners of the August Photo Contest presented by Stutzman’s Greenhouse and Garden Center.  The August theme was “Yellow.”  The judges selected an image by Mike Courson for 1st place.  He’ll recieve at $50 gift certificate from Stutzmans.  Second Place was awarded to Rob Graham who wins a $30 gift certificate.  The third […]


September Photo Contest: “Vacations”

Submit your photos NOW to enter the Great Bend Post Photo Contest presented by Stutzman’s Greenhouse and Garden Center.  Summer is coming to an end, the kids are back in school, so now it’s time to review our Summer Vacation Photos.  So this month’s subject for the Photo Contest is “VACATIONS.”  Any Vacation image you […]

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