As my good friend Michele Martin said, "Don't judge a book by its movie!" Which could also be switched around as 'don't judge a movie by its book.' Many times I have heard, 'The movie didn't do the book justice,' or 'The movie was so much better than the book!' Well, now you have the opportunity to decide for yourself. Come in to see Ellinwood School/Community Library's display of "Books to Movies"!
October 23, 2015|
Sheri Holmes Director of Library/Media Services Ellinwood School/Community Libraries
Andrew Stansbury of Lorraine, will perform in Sterling College's Homecoming musical, "9 to 5," at 8 p.m. on Oct. 22-24, and at 2:30 p.m. on Oct. 25, in Culbertson Auditorium in Spencer Hall. Stansbury, son of Jason Stansbury, will be playing Detective and a member of the Ensemble.
"Remembering Our Fallen," a traveling photo memorial of each Kansas soldier fallen in the War on Terror, including Bryan Nichols from Hays, is traveling to Forsyth Library on the Fort Hays State University campus, where it will be on display from Monday through Friday.
Governor Sam Brownback visited the Kansas Wetlands Education Center (KWEC) at Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area on Monday. Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) Secretary Robin Jennison introduced Gov. Brownback, who joined local city and county government officials, media representatives, and local legislators, to tour the center and discuss the importance of educating visitors about the value of wetlands and raising awareness of Cheyenne Bottoms.
The newspaper headlines shout "Odom, ex- NBA star, looking stronger." The national news gives us constant updates on the condition of Lamar Odom. That he is alert and improving. This is the guy, somewhat famous because he is an NBA basketball player, that was found unconscious at a Nevada brothel last week, strung out on alcohol and drugs. I'm on a "need to know" basis here and I don't NEED to know this. I don't WANT to know this. Do we really care? I sure don't!
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Central Plains Lady Oilers Janae Ryan and Keeley Hipp won the 3-1A state tennis title Saturday on a cool, but beautiful fall day in Kansas City. It marked the first individual tennis championship for Central Plains, which includes the history of Claflin High School.
October 22, 2015|
By Mark McCoy
Ellsworth County I-R