How Knee Scooter Rental can Save You Time, Stress, and Money in Ogallah KS 67656
The Swivelmate’s 90° steering delivers the smallest turning radius. Perfect for small apartments and created properties.
You may hear about these things currently being often called “crutch alternate options”. Ordinarily, recovering from foot and/or ankle medical procedures essential the patient to use crutches. Crutches are cumbersome and not comfortable, they frequently build soreness and soreness as part of your armpit. Not so which has a knee walker!
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Starr, Sara Elizabeth Shubert
Sara Elizabeth Shubert Starr Sara Elizabeth Shubert Starr, age 38, of Chancellor, AL, passed away, Monday, November 27, 2017. Services will be held at a later date in Ogallah, KS. Sara Elizabeth's children were the loves of her life. She loved them more ...
EDWARD EVERETT NEWCOMER
EDWARD EVERETT NEWCOMER Edward Everett Newcomer, 85, passed away Sunday November 5, 2017, after losing his battle with cancer. He was born in Ogallah, KS, on Dec. 9, 1931 to Carol and Alice Newcomer. Ed graduated from Trego High School in WaKeeney ...
JUDITH ANN HERBSTER
Judith Ann Herbster of Falls City, NE, passed away May 2, 2017, in Falls City. She was born April 2, 1955, in WaKeeney, KS, to Robert E. Wagg and Doris A. (Armbruster Wagg) Peterson. Judy spent her childhood in Ogallah, KS. Judy loved children, and was a ...
Northern Kansas records state's largest quakes this week
The largest earthquake in Kansas this week was one well outside of the area tracked by The News’ quake tracker. The magnitude 3.2 earthquake occurred about 10:30 a.m. Thursday some 4 ½ miles northwest of Ellis. One person in Ogallah, about 9 miles west ...
New book offers stories of broadcaster Larry Steckline’s career, life
“And then it became stories on steroids.” The 92 chapters cover Larry Steckline’s 73 years from growing up in Ogallah in western Kansas to his early years doing market reports for KTVH to his many trips abroad with U.S. secretaries of agricultur