CHS students receive scholarships from FHSU

 Fort Hays State University has awarded scholarships to the following students who will graduate from Concordia High School in May:
Michael Fabarez, a $4,000 Access to Academic Opportunity Grant; a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in the College of Business and Entrepreneurship and an $800 Hays City Silver Academic Award. Fabarez is the son of David and Carol Fabarez, Concordia. He plans to major in Business Administration.
Heather Letourneau, a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in Nursing and an $800 Hays City Silver Academic Award. Letourneau, daughter of Greg and Maggie Carlgren, Concordia, plans to major in Nursing.
Daniel Longfellow, a $900 Academic Opportunity Award in Informatics and an $800 Hays City Silver Academic Award. Longfellow, son of Scott and Mishele Longfellow, Concordia, plans to major in Information Systems Engineering.
Emily Trigg, a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in Sociology and Social Work. Trigg is the daughter of Alan and Heather Trigg, Concordia. She plans to major in Social Work.
Andrew Sheely, a $700 Fort Hays Bronze Academic Award and a $500 Academic Opportunity Award in Allied Health. Sheely, son of Steve and Brenda Chartier and Scott and Julie Sheely, all of Clyde, plans to major in Medical Diagnostic Imaging.


Cook signs letter of intent to join CCCC Cheer Squad

 Meghan Cook, Concordia, has been awarded a $2,000 scholarship to join the Cloud County Community College Thunderbirds Cheer Squad for the 2014-2015 academic year. Cook, daughter of Jeff and Lori Cook, is on the CHS Panthers Cheer Squad and will graduate from Concordia High... [More]

Boyd installed as FCCLA officer

 Stacey Boyd, junior at Concordia High School, was installed as Kansas District C's Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) first vice president for the 2014-2015 School year at the 68th annual State Leadership Conference April 6-8 in Wichita. District C... [More]


 Travis and Sara LeClair, Clyde, announce the birth of their son, Luke Matthew, born March 14 at Cloud County Health Center, Concordia. He weighed 8 pounds and was 20 1/2" long. Luke has three brothers: Seth, 8, Ryan, 4, and Noah, 19 months.  Grandparents are Richard... [More]

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City set to revise animal codes

By Jessica LeDuc Blade staff writer  The city of Concordia's restrictions on specific breeds of dogs – as well as other types of animals – will soon go by the wayside. The ordinance to completely revise the city's animal codes was tabled at Wednesday night's... [More]

Courthouse 4-17-14

District Court CIVIL Settled:  In the case of Jessica Sherwood vs. A. Retta Waite, Concordia, judgment was entered in favor of the Defendant. Waite received judgment of $2,773.84 for rental property she owned. Costs of $109.80 were assessed to Sherwood. Judgment shall bear... [More]

Sign-up has begun for disaster assistance

 Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Tuesday that starting April 15, eligible farmers and ranchers can sign up for U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) disaster assistance programs restored by passage of the 2014 Farm Bill.  "We implemented these programs in... [More]

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Rall pitches T-Birds past Pratt


 The Cloud County Community College baseball team split a Jayhawk Conference Western Division doubleheader with Pratt Tuesday at the Concordia Sports Complex. Cloud County won the first game, 4-1. Pratt outslugged the Thunderbirds 13-12 in the second game. Jesse Rall limited... [More]

Concordia girls finish fourth

ELLSWORTH — Megan James, Molly Adams and Maggie Lambert  recorded first-place finishes to help the Concordia Panthers to a fourth-place finish in the Ellsworth Invitational track and field meet Tuesday. James won the pole vault by clearing 9-0. She also placed sixth... [More]

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