Freshman girls lose
LINDSBORG — The Concordia freshman girls’ basketball team fell 47-10 to Smoky Valley on Friday night.
Smoky Valley raced to a 22-2 lead in the first quarter.
The Vikings put up 20 points in the second period, to four for the Panthers, and led 42-6 at halftime.
Smoky Valley added five points in the second half, and Concordia scored four.
Kahlie Miller and Karlie Blochlinger scored four points each for Concordia.
COLBY — Led by Cooper Holmes and Ian Nordell, the Concordia Panthers took the first step toward a return trip to the state tournament by rolling over Goodland 69-40 in the opening round of the Class 4A-Division II sub-state Thursday night. Holmes, a 6-4 junior, and Nordell,... [More]
WICHITA — Round three went to the hot-shooting Dodge City Conquistadors. Dodge City, which had split a pair of Jayhawk Conference Western Division games with Cloud County during the regular season, shot 58 percent (32 of 55) on its way to an 81-62 victory over the Thunderbirds... [More]
District Court CRIMINAL Logan Dewayne Newell appeared March 3 and was found Guilty and convicted of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. He was sentenced to 12 months in the Cloud County Jail and ordered to pay costs of the action, $158, a fine of $100 and alcohol/drug testing fee... [More]
Police Dept. Report Arrest—Officers arrested a 15-year-old juvenile at 1:20 p.m., March 5, in the 400 block of West 10th charging him with sexual battery and sexual exploitation of a child. He was transported to the Juvenile Detention Center in Junction City. Fire Dept./EMS... [More]
By Jessica LeDuc Blade Staff Writer At a brief meeting Wednesday night, the Concordia City Commission signed a proclamation commemorating Cloud County Community College’s 50th anniversary. The College was founded on January 28, 1965, and began classes in February... [More]
Early school memories . . . Sorting through trunks of amazing variety and memories, I recently lived through school days again as I looked at my scribbled notes in baby books. And then I wondered what my mama would have written. In sorting we found few things... [More]
Dear Editor, My sincere thanks to Charles Johnson for his service on the City Commission. And, for being willing to listen, advocate and share in behalf of our community, with us and for us. Well done! ... [More]