Panthers finish fourth

MINNEAPOLIS –Stormie Hittle and Bailey Strait led the Concordia High School girl's golf team to a fourth place finish in the Bennington Invitational here yesterday. Hittle and Strait each shot 56. Hittle finished 10th and Strait eleventh. Janae Champlin shot 57 and placed fifteenth. Autaum Poley and Kayla Dvorak finished with 58 and Kaitlin Herrick rounded out the Panther scoring with a 67. The Panthers team score of 227 was just three strokes behind third place Bennington. Salina Central scored 203 to win the meet and Clay Center was second at 219. Alissa Kim of Salina Central shot 43 to win the tournament. Kylie Mull of Bennington was second at 47 and Emily Ewing of Salina Central was third at 50. The Panthers also had a JV squad compete in the meet. Allayna Hanson led the team with a 61. Tora Vanous and Kora Snavely each shot 64. Maddi Peltier shot 75 and Kaelyn Ade shot 80.

SPORTS

Concordia drops three at Abilene quad

ABILENE — Concordia suffered three losses, including two to ranked teams, in a volleyball quadrangular on Thursday night.  Abilene, ranked third in Class 4A-Division I in the preseason poll, downed the Panthers 25-14, 25-5. Cydney Bergmann had four kills and four digs... [More]

Caspers finishes fifth in first meet of the season

 Concordia High School sophomore Kyler Caspers recorded a fifth-place finish in the Concordia Invitational cross country meet Thursday at the American Legion Golf Course.  Caspers turned in a time of 19:45.47 in the first meet of the season for the Panthers.  The... [More]

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NEWS

Commission hears dirt work proposal

 With the 21st Street dam nearly finished, the Concordia City Commission heard a proposal Wednesday night for additional dirt work to be done in the area.  Concordia City Manager Larry Uri said as a condition of receiving the Corps of Engineers permit to build the dam,... [More]

Courthouse 9-3-15

District Court CIVIL Filed State of Kansas, Cloud County Attorney Robert A. Walsh seeks forfeiture of $6,222 cash, proceeds derived directly or indirectly from or realized from unlawful activity intended to facilitate violations of the Uniform Controlled Substance Act. LIMITED... [More]

For the record 9-3-15

Police Dept. Report Lost and Found—Items that have been turned in to the Concordia Police Department that need to be identified and claimed, date and location found are as follows: Key, July 14, Dollar General; calculator, July 21, 600 block of Archer; glasses, July 31,... [More]

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OPINIONS

Letter to the Editor 9-4-15

Dear Editor,  In light of all of the animus directed toward Law Enforcement Officers in recent months, I feel it would be appropriate to have a Police Appreciation Day. We as ordinary citizens do not fully comprehend what our Law Enforcement Officers here in Concordia and... [More]

Prairie Pondering

 Makinna . . .  This  continues the  story about  Wyatt Bentz,  grandson of Connie and Phil Bentz, Concordia, but this time he plays second fiddle to his older sister, Makinna.  Makinna, a student at Washington County High School, recently... [More]

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