Mar. 11 - KHS senior Kelsey McCabe serves
as Secretary General of Model UN.
KHS boys end season with loss to Smoky Valley,
but the girls triumph over them. Deaths listed
were Clarence A. Henning, Ray Wells and Vera
Mar. 14 - County
Commssioners support the anti landfill group
in Harper Co. PGI announces they are emerging
from bankruptcy. Norwich ladies down Lebo and
Thayer and earn trip to State. Obits were
for Wayne A. Zimmerman and
Berneice I. McArthur.
Mar. 18 - The
high school carpentry class constructed
a garden shed for the OWLS project. Former
Mary Leither Swick, is elected to the Board
of Directors of the Cunningham First National
Bank. Stephen DuCharme is named to Division
II first team. Honorable mention goes to Andy
Strong and Erik DeWeese. Lindi Conner was named
to the girls' All League team. Sara Ashida made
the 2nd team and Sara Geesling was honorable
Mar. 21 - A
political forum will be held highlighting the
city commission candidates. St. Patrick Church
serves over 1300 in annual St. Patrick Dinner.
Harry J. Krehbiel and Helen A. Brooks
were the deaths listed.
Mar. 25 - Cheney
Pharmacy, owned by Merlin McFarland, is destroyed
in gas explosion. The millrace is running full
due to heavy rains in the area. Farmers Cooperative
Elevator of Garden Plain purchases Collingwood
Grain facilities in Pretty Prairie, Vamer and
Kingman. Deaths; James M. Duffin and George
Mar. 28 -
The city commission
candidate forum is well received. Steve
Rockers of KDOT gives an update on Highway 54
project. Obits listed were Viola E. Albrecht,
Lila Mae Tuxhom, Lida Mae Brown and Merlin "Curly"
April 1 - The
Kingman hospital addition is
nearing completion the waste water
plant is also taking shape. The Norwich Christian
Church makes plans for 100th birthday. Several
Tae Kwan Do students do well in Goddard tournament.
The only deaths listed were Bryce G. West.
April 4 - The
city will be sending out new city bills. Liz
Madden, Brad Frisbie and Pat Conner win commission
seats. Dr. Stephen Grillot will
begin practicing here
April 15. Obituaries:
Lowell H. McShane, Margaret A. Brown and Michael
April 8 - Norris Garrison
dies as a result of a freak accident. The Headrick
sextuplets begin their second year. A
Hawk helicopter lands at the Kingman airport.
KMS 7th graders win Kingman track meet. Obits
were for Norris W. Garrison, Frank Warren Bryan
and Dorothy M. McBumey.
April 11 -
KHS student council members will put yellow
ribbons on trees north of Highway 54 on North
Main. The county will purchase digital cameras
from drug seizure funds. The six Headrick babies
celebrate their first birthday with the Discovery
channel on hand to record the event. Warren
H. Smith and David Frost were the deaths listed.
April 15 -
Sarah Babson is Kingmari's first female mayor.
Law enforcement officers discover
$312,050 after a routine traffic stop. The money
is believed to be intended for drug purchases.
Cliff and Ardith Hansen of Penalosa are wed
60 years. Cunningham girls win Bucklin track
meet. The boys tie for first with Jetmore. KMS
7th grade boys take first at Garden Plain. Bowl
for Kids' Sake takes in almost $10,000. Obits
were for Gilma Howard and Joseph F. Raida.
April 18 -
K-14 reconstruction at Rago includes two new
bridges. It's turkey not deer that caused recent
accidents. Kingman softball team
wins Colwich tournament.
KHS students shadow business people for a day.
KHS golfers place 2nd in Kingman tourney.
April 22 -
Plans are underway for the airport grand opening.
Cheney Pharmacy reopens across the street from
former store that was destroyed in gas explosion.
KARE will hold their 2nd Antique Roadshow. Dan
and Lola Thomas will celebrate 79th
wedding anniversary. The Cunningham boys
take first in the Kiowa track meet.
April 25 -
Glenn Stark is erecting cement buffalo on bluff
just east of Kingman. Nancy Stucky receives
award from the Kansas Hospital Human Resources
Association. A hay barn belonging to Pat Maloney
burns. Cheney couple, Gail and Wanda Wulf, will
be wed 50 years. Seventh grade boys tracksters
win at Kiowa. The girls also take first. Marion
"Hap" Nelson was the only obit listed.
April 29 -
Calvin Clark receives Federal Aviation Award.
City Commissioners vote not to raise the city
taxi service rates at this time. Cunningham
track boys win at Kingman meet. John L. Weber
was the death listed.
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