Marvel E. Fisher

Nov. 16 1925 – Oct. 1, 2014

OTTAWA—Marvel E. Fisher, Ottawa, formerly of Overbrook, passed away peacefully at Ottawa Retirement Village Oct. 1, 2014. She had been a resident of ORV for the past three years. She was 88.

She was born Nov. 16, 1925, the daughter of Edward and Eva McCain, Michigan Valley.

She married John D. Harmison October 1945, at Washington D.C. They later divorced.

2014 Hunting Guide

The 2014 Hunting Guide for Coffey and Osage counties and surrounding areas. Published Oct. 2 in The Osage County Herald-Chronicle and Oct. 3 in The Coffey County Republican.

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Tuesday Volleyball Scores

Lyndon (22-4) def. Council Grove – 18-25, 25-10, 25-21
Council Grove def. Lyndon – 26-28, 25-22, 16-25

MdCV (7-12) def. Hartford (6-17) – 25-17; 21-25; 25-15
Hartford def. MdCV – 25-11; 25-15

Olpe (14-8) def. Burlingame (7-15) – 25-13; 25-9
Southern Coffey (5-14) def. Burlingame – 26-28; 25-19; 25-19

LCL Standings
1. Olpe (4-0)
2. Waverly (3-0)
3. Madison (2-2)
4. Lebo (2-2)
5. Southern Coffey (1-2)
6. MdCV (1-2)
7. Burlingame (1-3)
8. Hartford (0-3)

County runners test legs at Rim Rock Classic

LAWRENCE—A handful of top cross-country runners from Osage County took off from their regular schedule to compete Sept. 27 in the Rim Rock Classic.

Aundrea Koger topped area runners, placing ninth in the girls’ varsity blue race in 16:11. Callie Logue, Girard, won the race in 14:52.

Sara Peterson finished 103rd in 18:26.20; Maren Peterson was 183rd in 19:46; Jessica Davis was 261st in 22:43.30 and Tori Tomlinson was 264th in 23:05, of 282 runners. Osage City placed 30th as a team.

Chris Dunn led area boys, placing 27th in the boys’ varsity blue race in 18:03.

FOOTBALL: Chargers break 4-0 against Bulldogs

CARBONDALE—The Santa Fe Trail Chargers just wrapped up September with a 4-0 record. The Chargers not only recorded their first four-win season since 2002, but they’ve done it in style, outscoring opponents 205-25, averaging just shy of 500 offensive yards per game.

And they just keep getting better.

In front of a homecoming crowd Friday night, the Chargers steam rolled Anderson County 61-6, recording a veritable shutout by the varsity as they blanked the Bulldogs 47-0 in the first half.

LETTER: Set your sights on kindness

Dear Editor:

October is Bullying Prevention Month. In the 2014 Kansas Communities That Care Survey, more than 13,000 Kansas students stated they were bullied between one and two times per week, and approximately 2,500 students disclosed being bullied each day. Nationwide, around 160,000 U.S. children stay home from school each day due to fear of attack or intimidation by other students (National Education Association).

EDITORIAL: Beer festival a smashed success

I’ll admit it. I was a little more than excited to attend an event named after one of my favorite intellectual and scholarly films, “Beerfest.” Finding out that Osage City was having their own festival of such made me want to find my favorite beer, freeze it into ice blocks in the winter, skate on it and melt it in the spring time.

While this was by no means a competition, I couldn’t help but be curious as to how many I could get through sampling out of approximately 75 beers.

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Candidate forum Wednesday at SFTHS

CARBONDALE—A candidate forum featuring the Democratic and Republican nominees for Osage County’s three state representatives and senator positions will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 1, at Santa Fe Trail High School.

Mildred Lou Lininger

May 10, 1942 – Sept. 28, 2014

TOPEKA—Mildred Lou Lininger, Melvern, died Sept. 28, 2014, at Stormont-Vail Hospital, Topeka. She was 72.

She was born May 10, 1942, at Canton, Ill., the daughter of George and Mildred Carley. She lived in Melvern since 1980.

She was a hairdresser and a security deputy. She was a member of the Melvern City Council. She loved to crochet and sew.

She married Charles “Bud” Lininger in May 1980. He survives of the home.

She was preceded in death by her parents, George and Mildred; and a brother, George Carley.

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