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Daily Archives: June 13, 2020

Wheat harvest 2020 is a go, some fields going at 60 bushels an acre

Editor’s note: The above video is the latest production by Samson Ledesma “2020 Wheat Harvest Tencleve Farms.” It was dropped on YouTube on June 6, 2020.

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by James Jordan, Sumner Newscow — There’s finally some good news for 2020. The wheat harvest is getting started in Sumner County and it looks good so far.

Obviously, the Coronavirus did not affect the wheat and the weather cooperated, and that should make for a good crop this year.

Sumner County Extension Agent Randy Hein said the weather provided a good fill period, and it seems dry enough for farmers to get in the fields and begin harvesting. Some have already started in the Caldwell area, as well as Wellington. There are some areas of the county that still have some maturing to do.

The extension service cut a plot they had planted for research, it looked good. Hein said he did not have any data yet, but what he saw looked good.

Glenda Jane Nail, 77, Wichita: Nov. 12, 1942 – June 9, 2020

Glenda Jane Nail died on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at the age of 77.

She was born to Glenn Clifford and Elsie Jane (Hill) Nail on November 12, 1942, in Hutchinson, Kans. Glenda was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Terry Lee Nail, Dennis Emory Nail, and her beloved pets, Clarke and C.J. She is survived by her nieces and nephews, Mandy (Scott) Debano, Gary Nail, Debbi (Larry) Pruiett, Ami (Herb Lamkin) Yonts, Chris (CL) Nail and numerous cousins.

Susan Schmidt Dvorak, 56, Caldwell: March 3, 1964 – June 11, 2020

Susan Dvorak

Susan Schmidt Dvorak, a loving mother, wife, daughter, sister, and friend to so many died on June 11, 2020. She bravely fought a number of health issues over the past four years and has found peace at the age of 56.

Susan was preceded in death by her grandparents Lawrence and Anna Schmidt, Margaret and Jack O’Meara, and Joe Boucher.

Susan is survived by her husband Kyle Dvorak, her children Jode Lebeda, Kati Teeter (Mason), Shae Wilson (Brandon), and Megg Lebeda, her parents Clarence and Patricia Schmidt, her mother-in-law Dorothy Dvorak, her siblings Kathleen Brown (Eric), Dennis Schmidt (Amy), Greg Schmidt, and Matthew Schmidt (Kirshell), her grandchildren Greyson and Willow Teeter, and numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.

Body found in south Haysville this morning

Law enforcement and members of a search party wait after a body was found in south Haysville area. (Photo by Pam Strader).

Sumner Newscow report — A retired fire investigator and emergency crews found a body in the southern Haysville area during a search for a missing woman earlier this morning. The body was between 87th and 79th to the east of Meridian.

Authorities on the scene could not confirm the identity of the person found dead around 10 a.m. Saturday.

Dozens of people gathered in Haysville Saturday morning to search for Savannah Schneider, a 23-year-old Wichita woman. Schneider’s phone had last pinged in the Haysville area, according to a report on KSN.com. Schneider is visually impaired, unable to drive and was last seen at her Wichita home on Sunday, May 31. 

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