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Swathers Encouraged To Create Individual Paths To Success

Posted 9/29/2017

By JACQUELYN NELSONLEE Voth-Gaeddert, a 2008 graduate of Hesston High, was the keynote speaker at Morning With The Swathers on Friday.LEE Voth-Gaeddert, a 2008 graduate of Hesston High, was the keynote speaker at Morning With The Swathers on Friday.
HESSTON RECORD STAFF

RETURNING SWATHERS

Jennifer Tozier - Social Worker

Kendra Allison - Social Worker

Kaedi (LeFevre) Baer - Nursing

Mollie Nebel - Nursing

Morgan Simmons - Audiology

Brook Eitzen - Business

Amy Birdsell - Aviation

Jerry Minninger - Business Regulation/Compliance

Miles Smith - Construction

Clint Koehn - Construction

Brett Eitzen - Graphics/Marketing

 

Friday morning, Hesston High students gathered to hear the stories of Swathers that had preceded them through the halls of USD 460.

Keynote speaker Lee Voth-Gaeddert, a 2008 graduate from Hesston High, went on to earn his PhD and is now a Global Health Innovation Post-Doctoral Fellow at Tufts University.

During the event, a dozen Swather graduates returned to Hesston to address current students about what it takes to realize their individual goals and find personal paths to success. 

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Farm Bureau Shows Appreciation For Local Fire/EMS

Posted 9/29/2017

By Jacquelyn Nelson

Hesston Record StaffMARGARET Goering, President of the Harvey County Farm Bureau, presented Russ Buller, Hesston Fire/EMS Director, with a check for $250 and cases of water and Gatorade last Wednesday morning.MARGARET Goering, President of the Harvey County Farm Bureau, presented Russ Buller, Hesston Fire/EMS Director, with a check for $250 and cases of water and Gatorade last Wednesday morning.

Last Wednesday, Margaret Goering, President of the Harvey County Farm Bureau, came to Hesston and presented Hesston Fire/EMS Director Russ Buller with a check for $250, along with cases of water and Gatorade.

“There are seven volunteer units we make annual presentations to - we have bureau members in the Whitewater and Moundridge fire districts,” said Goering.

Buller said he was appreciative of the donation.

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Precipitation

Posted 9/29/2017

Precipitation measurements are submitted to The Hesston Record by official NOAA representative Robert Bishop.  The Record will report precipitation measurements as they are submitted.  Measurements marked with an * indicate a single reported measurement over several days with no specific amounts reported each day.

 

Jan. 2 - .03

Jan. 15 - .33

Jan. 16 - 1.62

Jan. 17 - .03

Feb. 20 - .43

Mar. 12 - .03

Mar. 25 - .44

Mar. 26 - .02

Mar. 27 - .17

Mar. 29 - 2.12

Mar. 30 - .37

Apr. 3 - .62

Apr. 5 - 1.37

Apr. 6 - .01

Apr. 14 - .05

Apr. 15 - .04

Apr. 16 - .73

Apr. 20 - .49

Apr. 22 - .75

Apr. 26 - .02

Apr. 28 - .09

Apr. 29 - .63

Apr. 30 - .62

May 3 - .92

May 4 - .27

May 11 - .18

May 17 - .08

May 19 - .13

May 20 - 1.12

May 22 - .10

May 24 - .02

May 31 - .05

June 2 - .33

June 4 - .03

June 5 - .04

June 6-13 - no reports

June 14 - .14

June 16 - .45

June 18 - .14

June 24 - .01

June 26 - .03

June 27 - .49

June 28 - .02

June 30 - .77

July1-7 - .04*

July 14 - .63

July 23 - 1.41

July 27 - .17

Aug. 1 - .08

Aug. 6 - .57

Aug. 10 - .43

Aug. 16 - .33

Aug. 17 - .02

Aug. 18 - .03

Aug. 21 - .06

Aug. 22 - .09

Aug. 28 - .16

Sept 2 - .02

Sept. 16 - .13

Sept. 18 - .05

Sept. 25 - 1.97

 

 

JAN. TOTAL - 2.01

FEB. TOTAL - 0.43

MAR. TOTAL - 3.15

APR. TOTAL - 5.42

MAY TOTAL - 3.27

JUNE TOTAL - 2.45

JULY TOTAL - 2.25

AUG. TOTAL - 1.77

SEPT. TOTAL - 2.17

2017 TOTAL - 22.92

Health Fair Coming Oct. 14

Posted 9/29/2017

By Jacquelyn Nelson

Hesston Record Staff

The Hesston Community Health Fair is undergoing major changes this year. With the date changed to Oct. 14, and the venue being moved to Hesston Middle School, organizers hope the fair will be more accessible and appealing to residents across the community.

Marla Sharp, Director of the Hesston Area Senior Center and Health Fair coordinator Diane White, said the date was changed to accommodate families.

“We’re trying something different to bring in more people and younger people,” said White.

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