June 11, 2015
    Week of June 11
Hope and hilarity Chuck Terrill
    Don't be afraid of  Cheez Whiz
Valley Center Municipal Court
    May dispositions
Birthdays & Anniversaries
    June 12 through 18
From the library Janice Sharp, director
    Next teen superhero challenge is June 12
Out of the office Chris Strunk
    It took awhile, but we won Jean over
The View from Sunflower Gardens
    Helping buy Bibles for prisoners
    Barbara Jean (Story) Webster, 87, Valley Center, died June 4, 2015. She was a retired Walmart greeter.
    Jack Oran Garvey, 83, of Bentley, died June 4, 2015. He was a retired Cessna Aircraft welder.
    Raymond ‘Craig' Sharer, 64, Valley Center, died June 4, 2015. He was a carpenter.
    Robert Harry Broadfoot, 88, Newton, died June 6, 2015. He had worked for John Deere and was retired after 27 years from the Boy Scouts of America as district executive of the Quivira Scout Council.
    Terry Lee David, 72, died June 7, 2015. He was an auto and truck generator and starter rebuilder.
History important in moving forward
    It's important to remember the past and pay tribute to the people who were here before us.
    Week of June 11
Heard on Main Street
Heard on Main Street
    Week of June 11
Wrecks at two intersections The News staff
    Around 8:30 a.m. June 2, Park City and Valley Center police responded to a two-vehicle wreck with injuries at 85th North and Broadway. Both drivers refused EMS treatment.
Letters to the Editor
Keep library on front burner
    The new updated roadwork will be awesome (we hope) when it is finished, and I am sure many people will enjoy the new golf course.
Looking Back
Looking Back
    Week of June 11
Park City
Park City moves to cover police mobile video equipment from repair costs   David Dinell
    Members of the Park City City Council want to ensure that an expenditure of $48,000 for mobile video equipment for the city's police department is protected. In that regard, they approved spending $9,105 from the Special Drug and Alcohol Fund to purchase extended warranties on the equipment at their June 9 meeting. 
Police & Fire
Blotter Buzz
    Week of June 11
Kechi police reports
    June 1 through 7
Park City police reports
    June 1 through 4
Valley Center police reports and fire calls
    June 1 through 7
Recreation League
81 Speedway
    June 6 results
Heights League standings
    Updated June 5
Six Hornets earn all-league soccer honors Taylor Messick
    This 2015 season was a successful one for the Valley Center High School soccer team. Now, six of the players are being recognized for their individual performances, all of whom will return next season.
Valley Center High School Class of 1965
    June 6 Alumni Banquet
Valley Center High School Class of 1970
    June 6 Alumni Banquet
Sheriff's reports
    May 31 through June 6
Valley Center
Beard battle helps charity Chris Strunk
    Midwest Facial Hair Showdown set for June 27 at Le Venue
Dry weather helps pace of road reconstruction project Chris Strunk
    A waterline along the east half of Meridian had been completed as pavement demolition and stormwater construction continued.
Edward Jones adviser retiring Chris Strunk
    Succeeding Morgan will be Brian Jansen, who has been working with Morgan for the past three years and has been with Edward Jones since 2006.
Fight breaks out at ‘redneck’ pool Chris Strunk
    A party in a makeshift wading pool in the back of a truck in the 100 block of South Colby in Valley Center disbanded June 6 when officers arrived to break up a fistfight.
Homeland Security official to address local businesses The News staff
    Chuck Clanahan, a certified protection professional, will speak about disaster strategies and cybersecurity during the Valley Center Chamber of Commerce's monthly meeting, which starts at 11:45 a.m. at City Hall.
Man accused of letting child drive The News staff
    An 18-year-old Wichita man was arrested on a charge of contributing to the misconduct of a child when police discovered the man was allegedly teaching an 11-year-old girl how to drive a vehicle in Valley Center.
Property value may keep city taxes flat Chris Strunk
    New construction could help city's 2016 budget
Schaberg receives life sentence The News staff
    Tony Bluml also to be sentenced Tuesday
School pay raises depend on lawmakers Chris Strunk
    1.3% increases proposed
Valley Center High alums encouraged to get involved Chris Strunk
    The banquet drew 233 VCHS graduates and guests. But none was from a class more recent than 1974, said organizer Ron Black.

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