"
Newspaper Archive of
The Western Star
Coldwater, Kansas
Lyft
June 2, 2016     The Western Star
PAGE 1     (1 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 1     (1 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 2, 2016
 

Newspaper Archive of The Western Star produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2023. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




~"~+-*'~"*~---~-*+-~'~-*~'*~*-*A UT'-~--*MIXED A DC 640 Smalt Town Papers 217 W Cota ~;t Shelton WA 98584-2263 qP!!hhh!d!h!#,!h,!hh.q!,,HhHl!hd!.hh,w $1.00 (USPS No. 679-660) Vol. 131 No. 44, Thursday, June 2, 2016 Official Newspaper for City of Coldwater and Comanche County Box 518 Coldwater, Kansas 67029-0518 (620) 582-2101 Remembering those who gave all ... This scene at Crown Hill Cemetery Monday, like similar scenes at cemeter- ies across the nation on Memorial Day, shows the respect given to those who served in the military -- many of whom gave their lives in defending their coun- Nd School rd Will M For its regular monthly meet- ing, the USD 300 Board of Edu- cation will gather at 7 p.m. next Monday, June 6 in the South Central High School conference room. Much of the meeting agenda is made up of routine matters such as approval of minutes, paying of bills, and hearing re- ports from staff, administrators, and committee representatives. Under the heading of new business, the board will consider the supplemental contract resig- nation of South Central High School Cross Country Coach Brian Harris. They will also ap- prove three South Central El- ementary/Middle School classi- fied staff contracts, filling two custodial positions and the health/library aide position. In addition, a number of supple- mental contracts will be ap- proved. Those will include all the supplemental contracts to be re- newed from this year, but will still leave some "holes" in the supplemental list of contracts offered by the district. They will also set the time and date for an end-of-the-year meet- ing toward the end of June, as the board's new fiscal year will begin July 1. Prior to adjourning, the board will probably meet in executive session to discuss personnel and contract negotiations mat- ters. On Trial Basis Th r Will r nday Mati The Chief Community The- be geared for kids, anyone may ater, Inc., will be sponsoring attend. something new this summer at Chief Theatre Manager Debi the Chief Theatre. Sherman said she would appre- "Kids Movie Monday" start ciate volunteer helpers, and they Monday, June 13, and continue can just contact her at The Fin- on Monday, June 27. ishing Touch, 204 E. Main in The matinee presentations Coldwater, or by calling her at will start at 2 p.m., and admis- 582-2737. sion is $2 a child/person. Con- Names of the movies show- cessions will be available at ing will be listed on the Chief's regular prices. Facebook page as well as in the If the first two matinees are local newspapers. well-attended, then plans will be Mondays were chosen for made to continue the special the kid's matinees this summer showings into July, and the because the Coldwater swim- dates will be announced at that ming pool is closed on Mon- time. days, and several parents in the While the matinee movies will community suggested the idea. Will be Two Divisions in Barnyard Olympics 2016 by Victoria Brass, ness related can do that as well. FCS Agent This is a very fun time! During the Comanche County If you want to make shirts or Fair this year we will have both have a team name you are more an adult division and a kids divi- than welcome. Just remember sion in the Barnyard Olympics. who you are representing, and The competition will be 30 min- who will be attending the fair. utes following the Beef Show If you have a team of four that Friday July 15. wants to participate in the adult We will have a traveling division RSVP to the Comanche plaque for the winners in the County Extension Office at 620- adult division. 582-2411 or email Tori at For the adult division there vbrass@ksu.edu. have to be four people on a team Adult teams must contact the ages 18 and up unless you are Extension Office no later than an employee of a business. All July 1 in order to compete dur- businesses are more than wel- ing the fair. come to participate and can en- The kids' division (ages 7-17) ter multiple teams if able. Any- will also have four people to a one just wanting to put a team team, but can sign up that of four together that isn't busi- evening at the fair. Track Coverage Meet Week