Barton Community College’s annual literary publication, Prairie Ink, has begun accepting entries for its 13th edition.
As of January 11, it’s easy, our area is in moderate drought. The Southwest portion of Kansas is in extreme drought. The six to ten-day outlook (January 18 to 22) indicates we are predicted to have a 33 to 40% chance of above-normal temperatures and a leaning towards below-normal precipitation.
The Barton Community College Nursing Department wishes to announce that it will host a site visit for continuing accreditation of its Associate Degree nursing program by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).
Barton Community College will be closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 17. Barton's Center for Adult Education and the Shafer Art Gallery also will be closed. Offices will reopen and classes will resume on Tuesday, Jan. 18.
As of January 4, from Barton County, including Barton, heading north, south, and east we are now in moderate drought. East of Barton, it’s abnormally dry and the forecast isn’t promising.
The Barton Community College Department of Music will offer instrumental and vocal music lessons to the community this spring, and the last day to enroll is Jan. 17.
Barton Community College will host a blood drive from 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Feb. 25 in the Technical Building in room T-186, the Case New Holland Training area.
Barton Community College will help area high school juniors plan for their futures at Junior Day, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Feb. 16. Those interested can sign up at juniorday.bartonccc.edu through Feb. 1.
This is being written before the release of the Thursday Drought Monitor Report. However, we are listed as abnormally dry the past week and that hasn’t changed and precipitation chances are spotty at best
Great Bend resident Kammi Burroughs might not have been able to enroll in Barton’s Nursing Program as soon as she wanted, but one thing she has always been sure of is that caring for people was part of her destiny.