Obituary: Tambre Sue “Tammy” Gosselin

Tambre Sue “Tammy” Gosselin, 52, of Mcpherson, Kansas, passed away at 7:35 a.m, Wednesday, December 30th, 2020 while in the company of family members, at McPherson Hospital. Tammy was born in Salina, Kansas on February 18, 1968, a daughter of Ivan Lee and RoxAnne (Werner)  Postlethwaite. Tammy attended Wickersham Grade School, McPherson, Kansas, Conway Grade School, Conway, Kansas, Park School, McPherson Junior High and graduated from McPherson High School, McPherson Kansas in 1986. Through the years Tammy worked at Riverview Estates, Marquette, Kansas; Bethany Home, Lindsborg, Kansas; Hutchinson Heights, Hutchinson, Kansas; and MCDS, McPherson, Kansas.  In 2004 Tammy formed New

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The Year’s Most Popular Non-Fiction Titles

By Steve Read, Director, McPherson Public Library           Each year at this time I take a look back at the non-fiction titles which checked out the most during the preceding 12 months.  There’s always a surprise or two each year – and this year has redefined surprising — so let’s count them down to number 1:           10)  The Broken Road:  George Wallace and a Daughter’s Journey to Reconciliation, by Peggy Wallace Kennedy.  This memoir by the daughter of one of the nation’s most militant segregationists discusses how she came to terms with the many sides of her father.           9)  The

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Youth Entrepreneurs Rise to the Challenge

Although different, the annual Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge was unquestionably just as inspirational as past competitions. At the virtual 2020 YEC hosted by the McPherson Chamber of Commerce, students from the Business and Entrepreneurship Class at McPherson High School competed for prize money…and a good grade! As a NetWork Kansas Entrepreneurship (E-) Community Partner, the McPherson Chamber of Commerce is thrilled to host a local YEC competition. “It is a unique opportunity to discover the imaginative ideas of local entrepreneurship students” said executive director, Debbie Hawkinson. Fourteen students from Mrs. Stucky’s classes, honed their business plan and submitted a 3-page executive

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