Ag Hall tractor show to be Saturday

A day-long Tractor Show will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 31, on the museum grounds at the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame, 630 N. 126th St., Bonner Springs, Kansas.

The day’s events include the Parade of Power at noon. Farmers will compete in Tractor Games, including a low-gear race, electric-start competition and a slow-forward race that will be won by the last tractor to cross the finish line. Young kids can test their “horsepower” in the Pedal Tractor Pull.

Families and other visitors can also tour the displays of antique tractors, combines and other farm implements while learning about America’s rich agricultural history.

Cost is $7 for adults and $5 for kids ages 5-12. Children under 5 are free.

The event is organized by the Two Pedal Tractor Club to benefit the National Agricultural Center.

For information call 913-721-1075 or go to www.AgHallofFame.com. This year the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame is celebrating the 60th anniversary of receiving its National Charter, signed by President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

At the car show

Cars and trucks were on display on Saturday, July 24, at the Show and Shine car show at the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame, Bonner Springs. The show was sponsored by the Genuine Chevy-GMC Truck Club of KC. (Photo by Steve Rupert)
Cars and trucks were on display on Saturday, July 24, at the Show and Shine car show at the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame, Bonner Springs. The show was sponsored by the Genuine Chevy-GMC Truck Club of KC. (Photo by Steve Rupert)
Cars and trucks were on display on Saturday, July 24, at the Show and Shine car show at the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame, Bonner Springs. The show was sponsored by the Genuine Chevy-GMC Truck Club of KC. (Photo by Steve Rupert)
Cars and trucks were on display on Saturday, July 24, at the Show and Shine car show at the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame, Bonner Springs. The show was sponsored by the Genuine Chevy-GMC Truck Club of KC. (Photo by Steve Rupert)

Cars and trucks were on display on Saturday, July 24, at the Show and Shine car show at the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame, Bonner Springs. The show was sponsored by the Genuine Chevy-GMC Truck Club of KC. (Photo by Steve Rupert)
Cars and trucks were on display on Saturday, July 24, at the Show and Shine car show at the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame, Bonner Springs. The show was sponsored by the Genuine Chevy-GMC Truck Club of KC. (Photo by Steve Rupert)
Cars and trucks were on display on Saturday, July 24, at the Show and Shine car show at the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame, Bonner Springs. The show was sponsored by the Genuine Chevy-GMC Truck Club of KC. (Photo by Steve Rupert)
Cars and trucks were on display on Saturday, July 24, at the Show and Shine car show at the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame, Bonner Springs. The show was sponsored by the Genuine Chevy-GMC Truck Club of KC. (Photo by Steve Rupert)
Cars and trucks were on display on Saturday, July 24, at the Show and Shine car show at the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame, Bonner Springs. The show was sponsored by the Genuine Chevy-GMC Truck Club of KC. (Photo by Steve Rupert)
Cars and trucks were on display on Saturday, July 24, at the Show and Shine car show at the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame, Bonner Springs. The show was sponsored by the Genuine Chevy-GMC Truck Club of KC. (Photo by Steve Rupert)

More than 100 Wyandotte County students named to KU honor roll

More than 100 students at the University of Kansas from Wyandotte County were named to the honor roll for the spring 2021 semester.

The honor roll includes undergraduates who meet requirements in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and in the schools of Architecture and Design, Business, Education and Human Sciences, Engineering , Health Professions, Journalism and Mass Communications, Music, Nursing, Pharmacy, Professional Studies and Social Welfare.

In all, there were 6,500 KU undergraduate students on the honor roll.

Wyandotte County

Tanya Landeros De Leon, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Gracijela Lucic, Bonner Springs, School of Business
Alyissa Mendoza, Bonner Springs, School of Social Welfare
Isabella Nusbaum, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Spring Patterson, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Travis Slankard, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Jacob Smith, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Kylie Smith, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Abby Vaughn, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Jensen Walcott, Bonner Springs, School of Nursing

Blake Best, Edwardsville, School of Engineering
Josiah Crowley, Edwardsville, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Jake Shriver, Edwardsville, School of Education and Human Sciences

Vance Reed, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Engineering
Maria Accardi, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Pharmacy
Lucas Adam, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Pharmacy
Alejandra Aguirre, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Health Professions
Geovanni Alvarado, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and School of Business
Vilmer Alvarado, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Leanne Bautista, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Javen Betts, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Education and Human Sciences
McKenzie Blevins, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Anissa Brantley, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Education and Human Sciences
Jose Cabrera, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Pharmacy
Joel Campbell, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Engineering
Anabel Cardoza, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Samuel Chaney, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Business
Doany Chaparro, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Courtney Chatmon, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Aylea Cole, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Dillon Crosby, Kansas City, Kansas, School of the Arts
Josie Cruz-Lopez, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Nursing
Anh-Dao Do, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Colby Dressler, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Yamilecs Estupinan, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Alexander Falk, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Business
Andrew Ford, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Engineering
Kaya Frantz, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Lisandra Garcia, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Diego Garcia, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Engineering
Michael Gentry, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Hanah Glimpse, Kansas City, Kansas, School of the Arts
Bree Goodge, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Tyon Grant-Foster, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Emily Gudino, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Kristine Guthrie, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Health Professions
Kamiyah Hicks, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Julie Hinze, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Mallory Holt, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Pyo Htat, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Makale’a Jackson, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Zach Johnson, Kansas City, Kansas, School of the Arts
Olivia Jones, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Alexandria Jones, Kansas City, Kansas, School of the Arts
Jarius Jones, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Nursing
Jackson Jones, Kansas City, Kansas, School of the Arts
Josie Jones, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Music
Peyton Kelly, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Education and Human Sciences
Sierra Leiker, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Business
Jonathan Limas, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Business
Andrew Loaiza, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Engineering
Brianna Long, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Business
PaChee Lor, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Harrison Mages, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Health Professions
Gabriel Maldonado, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Education and Human Sciences
Gael Martinez, Kansas City, Kansas, School of the Arts
Amariah Mazurek, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Nursing
Steven Mccord, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Mia Meyer, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Ellie Meyers, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Shelbie Miller, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Jessica Monroe, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Education and Human Sciences
Shae Montgomery-Stamps, Kansas, Kansas City, School of Business
Tong Moua, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Soua Moua, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Thomas Murguia, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Business
Heather Nguyen, Kansas City, Kansas, School of the Arts
Andrew Novak, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Journalism and Mass Communications
Okwudili Okekearu, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Pharmacy
Enrique Ortiz, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Education and Human Sciences
Panhia Penney, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Business
Penelope Pennington, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Nursing
Rebecca Pray, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Health Professions
Diego Ramos Solis, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Business
Marcella Reeder, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Journalism and Mass Communications
Fabian Requenes, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Victoria Requenes, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Education and Human Sciences
Zackary Rodina, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Business
Jessica Ruiz, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Social Welfare
Joe Russell, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Business
Emma Sanders, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Elizabeth Santillan, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Brenda Sarmiento, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Health Professions
Sydney Sheldon, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Journalism and Mass Communications
Joshua Shepherd, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Zoe Surprise, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and School of the Arts
Luke Thepthepha, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Business
Candice Townsend, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Sarah Turner, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Nursing
Paci Vang, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Jamie Visser, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Social Welfare
Trey Whetstone, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Education and Human Sciences
Kassidy Wieduwilt, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Social Welfare
Deniz Yeter, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Nursing
Eric Zimmer, Kansas City, Kansas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Caroline Zimmerman, Kansas City, Kansas, School of Journalism and Mass Communications.