Hesston College freshman Quinn Kathrineberg (Salina, Kan.) spends a significant amount of time each week with her viola. Between String Ensemble practices and performances, private lessons and her... more»
Communications and graphic design majors at Hesston College are getting an extra leg up on their peers. Whereas most students don’t start building their professional portfolios until their junior... more»
Two Hesston College administrators, Vice President of Student Life Lamar Roth and Vice President of Academics Dr. Sandra Zerger, have announced they will end their service to Hesston College this... more»
Excel Industries has seen an increase in production volume for its current fiscal year. In Excel’s eighth month of fiscal year 2014, production volume on a unit basis reached a level that was equal... more»
Excel Industries recently began construction on a new lobby addition. The lobby will add an additional 1200 square feet to the existing lobby and will consist of a conference room, restroom, waiting... more»
Virginia Swartzendruber, right, takes a photo of a quit during the Tuesday night (March 26, 2013) meeting of the Emma Creek Quilt Guild in Hesston. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com
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A car is buried in snow in late February on Lincoln east of Interstate 135. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW
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A late February sun sets as seen from Dyck Arboretum in Hesston. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com.
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A snowman on Feb. 27 in Hesston resembles a ghost. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com.
A walk at the arboretum
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After a late February snow, Dyck Arboretum was a good place to take a walk. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com.
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Cedar nodes (in foreground) are covered in snow on Feb. 27, 2013, at Dyck Arboretum in Hesston. The forecast for the Hesston/Newton area calls for a chance of snow from Thursday through Sunday this week. Wendy Nugent/HarveyCountyNOW.com