Eighth grade suffers home loss

Republic County handed the Concordia eighth grade boys’ basketball team a 50-31 home loss on Thursday.
Concordia trailed 14-8 after one quarter of play.
The Panthers scored eight points in the second peiod, and gave up just seven, to make it a 21-16 game at halftime.
Republic County limited Concordia to seven points in the third quarter, and scored 15 to open up a 36-23 advantage.
The Panthers were outscored 14-8 in the final period.
Ian Nordell scored 16 points for Concordia.

SPORTS

CCCC falls to Saints

LIBERAL — The Cloud County Community College volleyball team suffered a 3-1 defeat to Seward County in the regular season finale. Cloud County, 18-8 overall, finished 10-6 and in a three-way tie for third place in the Jayhawk Conference Western with Pratt and Seward County.... [More]

T-Birds pull out win

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 Converting on all five penalty kicks, and getting one save by goalkeeper Jesus Calderon, the Cloud County Thunderbirds escaped with a 5-4 victory over Pratt Community College in the opening round of the Region 6 Men's Soccer Playoffs Thursday afternoon at the Thunderbird... [More]

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Courthouse 10-31-14

CIVIL Filed: BOKE, NA National Banking Association seeks a judgment of $34,126.86 plus interest from Billie Jean Rowland et al, Clyde. LIMITED CIVIL Settled: Discover Bank received a judgment of $1,373 and costs from Travis Schmidt, Concordia Central National Bank received... [More]

For the record 10-30-14

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CCCC looks to curb loan defaults

In an effort to curb the number of student loan defaults, the Cloud County Community College board of trustees approved entering into a $29,140 contract for default management services Tuesday night. Amy Lange, vice president for administrative services, told the board the college... [More]

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Prairie Pondering

Ebola . . . still waiting for a cure  A major part of the world is aware and concerned about Ebola and its possible spread. Africa, the potentially rich but historically mistreated continent, seems most vulnerable.  For what they are worth, points listed with Google... [More]

In the Mean Time

 “An unjust king asked a holy man, What is more excellent than prayer?'   The holy man said, 'For you to remain asleep till midday, that for this one interval you may not afflict mankind.' ”  It may seem strange but I'm beginning to believe that... [More]

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