November 12, 2015
    Week of Nov. 12
Hope and hilarity Chuck Terrill
    Seasons change but God doesn't
Birthdays & Anniversaries
    Nov. 13 through 19
    Week of Nov. 12
From the library Janice Sharp, director
    Library book sale runs Nov. 12 thru 21
In the kitchen Lisa Strunk
    The holidays have snuck up on us again
Out of the office Chris Strunk
    Favorite phrase: Not in the budget
The View from Sunflower Gardens Marilyn Bentley
    A lot is happening in November
    Bessie Faye (Hudson) Roberts, 79, of Valley Center, died Nov. 11, 2015. She was a former registered nurse and co-owner of Roberts TV.
    James Leroy Shapel, 82, of Wichita, died Nov. 2, 2015.
    Ken Alan Learned, 55, of Sedgwick, died Oct. 28, 2015. He was a certified welder and a member of Local Union No. 24.
    Lea Etta Ann Jordan, 73, died Nov. 8, 2015. She was the former owner of TomKat LTD.
Massage ordinance right step for Valley
    The city council last week got its first look at a proposed ordinance and informally agreed to give the rules serious consideration at the Nov. 17 meeting. Several council members appeared to back the proposal.
    Week of Nov. 12
Heard on Main Street
Heard on Main Street
    Week of Nov. 12
Looking Back
Looking Back
    Week of Nov. 12
Park City
Area chambers look to build business, relationships David Dinell
    Hosted by the Park City Chamber of Commerce, the event includes chambers from Kechi, Bel Aire and Valley Center and is set for 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Nov. 19 in the north atrium of Best Western Wichita Hotel and Suites, 915 E. 53rd St. North.
Business expansions in the works for Park City David Dinell
    A couple of industrial revenue bonds measures were before the Park City City Council Nov. 9, and the council was glad to pass them both as they mean continued business development in the city. 
More dash cams for police David Dinell
    The Park City City Council approved a request by Police Chief Phil Bostian to purchase three in-car video cameras at a total cost of $19,785. The funds will come from the special alcohol and drug fund, which currently has a balance of $78,779.
Park City issues 18 permits
    The City of Park City issued 18 building permits in October for a total valuation of $1,128,042.
Police & Fire
Blotter Buzz
    Nov. 12
Kechi police reports
    Nov. 2 through 8
Park City police reports
    Nov. 2 through 8
Valley Center police reports and fire calls
    Nov. 2 through 8
Recreation League
FOOTBALL PICKS: Jordan wins contest
    Rex Jordan finishes with 153 total points.
FOOTBALL PICKS: Thompson wins as contest enters final week The News staff
    Week 10 (final week) picks listed
Junior Hornet football
    Third-grade team wins Warrior Bowl
Costume contest
    Winners of the Valley Center Halloween costume contest
Good writers
    DAR to host other writing contests
    Week of Nov. 12
Prolific tackler named league MVP Chris Strunk
    Senior strong safety Chase Crawford was named first-team all-league defensive back. He also was league defensive MVP.
School menus
    Nov. 16 through 20
Senior Hornet named to all-league volleyball team Randy Fisher
    An honorable mention player last year, Webber was named a first-team hitter/setter this year. She led Valley Center with 31 aces and 262 kills, while finishing second in blocks (36) and assists (147).
Zookeeper encourages creativity Chris Strunk
    Initiative from England inspires local students to explore writing
Sheriff's reports
    Oct. 31 through Nov. 7
Valley Center
City sets ambitious project list for next 10 years Chris Strunk
    Community center and roads dominate plan
District stumbles with new state tests Chris Strunk
    State has higher expectations
Holiday shopping starts with Hometown The News staff
    Second annual event set for Nov. 14
Open road Chris Strunk
    Eight-month headache receives relief
Tex-Mex restaurant set to open soon Chris Strunk
    Owners of Jerry's Tex-Mex Grill hope to open their new restaurant at Fifth and Meridian in Valley Center by the end of the month or the beginning of December.

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