Throughout the summer, the Barton Community College STEM Club has also provided fun-filled activities for children who attend the Child Development Center to help foster an interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, which Biology Instructor Charlotte Cates said is of the utmost importance
Barton Community College has named 284 students to the President’s List for the spring 2021 semester. To qualify for this honor students must have been enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours and maintained a grade point average of 4.0 on a 4.0 or "A" letter scale.
Barton Community College has named 293 students to the Dean’s List for the spring 2021 semester. To qualify for this honor, students must have been enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours and maintained a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.99 on a 4.0 or "A" letter scale.
Barton Community College has unveiled an impressive array of textile art titled “Material Pulses: Seven Viewpoints,” which is an exhibition focused on the art of quilt-making. It includes 17 works by seven fiber artists representing the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Ellsworth Correctional Facility inmate Taylor Greenhalgh has discovered both his talent and his muse in welding. His natural ability led an instructor to stop him in the middle of a test to admire a nearly perfect weld.
Rob and Trisha Dove have devoted nearly two decades of service to the Barton Community College Foundation and were honored for their dedication on June 2 at the Foundation Board of Directors’ annual banquet with the Distinguished Service Award (DSA).
As of June 8, the Drought Monitor reports no changes from last week with only abnormally dry conditions in small patches in NE and SE Kansas.
Alfred Obiero felt trapped long before he was incarcerated.
As of June 1st the Drought Monitor reports no drought in Kansas and only abnormally dry conditions in small patches in NE and SE Kansas. Warmer, seasonable temperatures combines with good soil moisture should allow wheat to mature pretty normally unless there is leaf disease pressure.
June 2, 2021
Story by Joe Vinduska
Photo by Brandy Swartz
There is a special brand of heroes living in our communities. They stand ready to respond to natural or man-made disasters and allow us to take safety for granted. They are people like Janet Charbonneau, the Assistant Emergency Manager for Des Moines County, Iowa, who pursued such a career out of an altruistic desire to serve her neighbors.