Falcons slip past Panther JV

RILEY — The Riley County Falcons slipped past the Concordia Panthers 45-43 in junior varsity boys’ basketball play Tuesday night.
Concordia had an 8-7 lead after one quarter of play.
Riley County poured in 17 points in the second stanza, and limited Concordia to five points, to take a 24-13 halftime lead.
The Panthers put up 19 points in the third quarter, to 10 for the Falcons, to get within two points, 34-32.
Each team scored 11 points in the final period.
Gilberth Garcia paced Concordia with 16 points.
Jerod Toogood finished with 15 points, and Christian Wetter scored eight.


Johnson, Sosa spark CCCC

TONKAWA, Okla. — Ajuma Johnson converted a hat trick and Leonardo Sosa picked up three assists to lead the Cloud County Community College soccer team to a 5-2 win over Northern Oklahoma College on Wednesday.  Cloud County has now won six straight matches to improve... [More]

T-Birds topple Grizzlies

 Cloud County improved to 8-3 in the Jayhawk Conference Western Division by knocking off Butler Community College in straight sets Wednesday night in Bryant Gymnasium. The Thunderbirds have won four straight conference matches, and are 14-7 overall. Cloud County thumped... [More]

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Commission approves demolition projects

 The City Commissioners were in a progressive mood Wednesday night as they approved resolutions and ordinances, and heard study sessions focused on and around the cleaning up and building up of the Concordia community.  The meeting opened with a public hearing concerning... [More]

Reading with Friends inspires children and parents to read

 For Chrissy Henderson, owner of Golden Rules Preschool, the Sisters of St. Joseph are a literal godsend to the Concordia community.  “We are so blessed to have [the Sisters] here,” Henderson said. “They see a need for something and they create the... [More]

For the record 10-8-15

Fire Dept./EMS Report  At 10:46 p.m., Tuesday, Medic-5 went to the 300 block of Cemetery Road in Glasco and transported an 85-year-old female to Cloud County Health Center.  At 12:13 a.m., Wednesday, Medic-1 went to 2221 Campus Drive Thunder Heights building and transported... [More]

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Prairie Pondering

Beauty in the night sky . . .   So, did you see the moon's eclipse?  I hope so. Especially if your days and nights have been too busy lately to include seeing and realizing the beauty in our night skies.  From the time the three cherubs were old enough to gaze... [More]

Prairie Pondering

Remembering Margaret . . .  Dear Margaret,  Usually, there is a bit of poetry or prose or an idea, but there seems none to tell  you the feeling of loss, having learned you've left us.  You touched so many lives with music, friendship, teaching–just... [More]

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