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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - April 6, 2015, Hutchinson, KansasThe Hutchinson news monday april 6, 2015 a3 f rom p age o be b y m Ary c Larkin the Hutchinson news Mclarkin Hutch news. Com election polls will open at 7 a. M. Tuesday in Reno county As voters choose City and school leaders and determine the Fate of special questions including proposed sales tax ballots within the cities of Hutchinson and Haven. Across Kansas polls will close at 7 p. M. Last weeks storm will prevent Castleton township Hall from serving As a regular polling location. Castleton township voters will cast ballots tuesday at pretty Prairie senior Center pretty Prairie. Two other voting precincts in Reno county also have new Perma nent polling places. Voters in a Northwest Hutchinson precinct who used to vote at Wesley towers now will vote in the Meadowlark building on the Kansas state Fairgrounds the main voting site in the City. In the Buhler area voters will go to Buhler High school because of a Lack of space at Buhler rooms. For More information about Vot ing locations Call the Reno county clerk 620 694 2732. Hutchinson precincts 1, 2 and 3 Reno county museum 100 s. Walnut precincts 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 23 exclave 24, 25, 26, 26 exclave 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 35 Kansas state Fairgrounds Meadowlark building precinct 20 National guard armory 1111 n. Severance St. Precinct 27 Prairie Hills Middle school 3200 Lucille drive precinct 28 and 28 exclave Dillon nature Center 3002 e. 30th ave. Precinct 34 and 34 exclave Bethany Church of the Nazarene 408 n. Kent Road South Hutchinson precinct 1 Sunrise acres 441 n. Washington St. Precinct 2 United methodist Church 206 e. Ave. E precinct 3 mennonite Friendship Manor 600 w. Blanchard St. Nickerson wards 1, 2 and 3 Nickerson High school 305 s. Nickerson townships Albion pretty Prairie senior Center 302 s. Rhodes ave. Arlington Arlington senior Center Bell Langdon City Hall 18 s. Front St. Castleton pretty Prairie senior Center 300 s. Rhodes ave. Center Partridge Public Library 23 s. Main St. Clay North and Clay North enclave Prairie Hills school 3200 Lucille drive Clay South Bethany Church of the Nazarene 408 n. Kent Road Enterprise Sterling evangelical Church 3017 n. Sterling Road Grant Mitchell United methodist Church 5512 n. Pennington Road Grove Turon Community Center 501 e. Price Haven Haven senior citizens Center 106 Kansas Hayes Sunflower Center 301 s. Main Sylvia Huntsville Sterling evangelical Church 3017 n. Sterling Road Langdon Langdon City Hall 18 s. Front St. Lincoln journey mennonite Church 808 s. Poplar South Hutchinson Little River Buhler High school 611 n. Main Buhler Loda Arlington senior Center Medford Salem Community Church of the Brethren 5603 n. Salem Road Medora Medora Community Bible Church 8311 Medora Road Miami Turon Community Center 501 e. Price Ninnes Cah pretty Prairie senior Center 300 s. Rhodes ave. Plevna Plevna City offices 301 s. Main Reno North Mitchell United methodist Church 5512 n. Pennington Road Reno South journey mennonite Church 808 s. Poplar South Hutchinson Roscoe pretty Prairie senior Center 300 s. Rhodes ave. Salt Creek us 309 administration building 4501 w. Fourth Sumner St. Joe Parish Community Hall 13003 e. Maple Grove Road Sylvia Sunflower Center 301 s. Main Sylvia Troy Arlington senior Center Valley Valley township building 4412 s. Worthington Road Walnut Sterling evangelical Bible Church 3017 n. Sterling Road Westminster Abbyville Community Center 19605 w. Trail West Road Yoder heritage Tours meeting room 9809 s. Main St., Yoder three Reno polling places change for tuesday Reno county museum 100 South Walnut 3 100 South Walnut 2 Reno county museum 100 South Walnut 1 Reno county museum 11121415161920 12345679 102123242526303128172218 27 29 30th ave. 17th ave. 4th ave. Severance St. 23 sex 28 sex 3335133426 sex 1132 main St. 8 Hutchinson precincts Hutchinson exclave and 28 28 Dillon nature Center 3002 East 30th Prairie Hills Middle school 3200 Lucille or. 27 National guard armory 1111 North Severance 20 Bethany Church of the Nazarene 408 n. Kent re. 34 precincts shown in red vote at the Fairgrounds Meadowlark building other voting places Jyh the news source Reno county clerks office it in a Small Rural Community Barlow said later adding Why we chose Greensburg is it was needing a restaurant and it seemed to be the most viable options for our economic growth. We want to do this to help greens urges eco nomic growth he said. Eventually it will be a sustainable restaurant. By Way of Hutchinson Barlow grew up in Kansas City. He first developed cooking skills from his grandmother who taught him the basics of Southern Comfort food. He continued to hone is skills while in the military apprenticing at restaurants in Germany and France. When i got done with my military Post for the Day id go apprentice in restau rants he said. It was when i was Over in Europe that i Learned to appreciate the Farmer and before it was Vogue in the states appreciate the Artisan made foods of Europe that came from local growers and cheese makers. Barlow was a chef at several Fine dining establish ments in Kansas City when he was lured to Hutchinson five years ago to be the chief chef at a new High end restaurant called Wilders. Wilders too had a partial farm to table concept that Barlow implemented. The restaurant closed however and so did the next restau rant he was employed at 14 North. Passionate about sup porting local and cooking with fresh Kansas product Barlow decided it was time to his own venture opening his first Solo restaurant. He received an economic development loan and has two local investors the families of Scott Brown and i Gamble. Weave been trying to do something along those lines since the Tornado said Gamble a local Farmer. With the Twilight theater opening our family and the Scott Brown family thought the Opportunity was there. We thought it was crucial with the out of town people we will draw to have a destination american food restaurant in town. Growing in Greensburg in the past few years it seems More Are coming to Greensburg setting up shops in the towns Post Tornado Era. The Green bean Coffee co. Still serves food and Coffee. Kooks meat is a Market that also serves lunch. There is also a mexican restaurant. Last fall a Young fort Hays state Grad opened a pizza restaurant. Yet says de Truelove greens urges City administrator there is really no place to go out for an eve Ning meal and order a Steak or something else. Moreover he said with the theater opening this month it could be a perfect dinner and a movie destination. When you look at future growth of a Community you need places to live places to shop he said. Now if someone is going to drive Over from Pratt for example they can also do dinner and a movie. While the farm to table concept is growing in Urban areas this is a unique concept for Rural Kansas. Barlow already is in Contact with five different Kansas Farmers including a sheep producer from Hopewell and Dale family farms in Protection. Andi Dale who along with her husband Kurt operate the family farm in Comanche county said they provide for a growing Clien Tele of customers. But other than eggs to a local grocery the farm has never had the Opportunity to Supply for a restaurant. We Are fairly Small producers still she said noting restaurant operators in Eastern Kansas including Kansas City have called about getting product. But distribution is a problem. The great thing about Barlowes restaurant she said is it is just 40 minutes to the North making it easy to Supply. We Are excited for the Opportunity she said. We think there is a lot of potential. His Hope is the eventually have his own Small farm where he has livestock and grows his own vegetables to use As a restaurateur. Among items on the menu Are Chicken Fried Steak Bone in rib Eye and pork chops along with pan Fried Chicken and pastas. We will make All the pasta in House he said. He said he also will make bread using flour from heartland Mill in Wichita county and from Stafford county flour Mill. Eventually he plans to open an Artisan bakery. We want it to be a feel Good place Barlow said. That is what we want to red tractor to be a feel Good place in town where you can share some food a couple drinks and help support Farmers instead of big business. Ism looking Forward to serving the Community and making the town of Greensburg proud that ism Here he said. Dining from Page a1

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