National HIV Testing Day is Wednesday, and the Barton County Health Department would like everyone to know their HIV status.
With admonitions not to touch anything in the emergency vehicles, approximately 40 local 7th and 8th graders experienced the behind-the-scenes work that keeps the community running.
Immigration is a good thing for the U.S. It keeps our population growing and culturally diverse. Women are generally valued for their contributions.
eedlework has long been a past time of women of the prairie. It provided a creative outlet and beauty during the harsh life in the Great Plains and still today, is the hobby of choice for many.
ELLINWOOD - At is regular meeting on Tuesday, the Ellinwood City Council recognized the achievements of Ellinwood High Schools' Future Business Leaders of America club. The chapter, in its third year, is sending six students to compete at FBLA nationals in San Antonio.
We all know that when a child is born, perhaps 80 years later that baby, hopefully after a full and happy life, will pass from this life.
eeting on Monday, the Ellinwood USD 355 school board discussed the future of softball at Ellinwood High School.
LARNED - Larned partied this weekend for Santa Fe Trail Days with a parade on Saturday, displays of quilts and cars, free food, and games for the kids, among other activities.
TOPEKA - USD 495 Larned and USD 431 Hoisington learned Thursday that they would be placed in the Central Kansas League for 2014-15 after a hearing with the Kansas High School Activities Association Board.
ELLINWOOD - Seventeen teachers from Ellinwood and other schools attended an inservice recently in Ellinwood on teaching phonics.
Over Memorial Day, a 3-year-old boy who wouldn't let anybody buckle his seat belt was ordered off of an Alaska Airlines flight.
HOISINGTON - Adults and youth both tried their luck and skill at running a truck or ATV through the mud this weekend in Hoisington.
What an amazing five years this has been!
With a splash of bold and bright colors, the art show "Drifting Down the Moonlit Path" will highlight the work of artist Jacquelyn Fisher throughout the month of November at Petr's Frame House, 2009 16th St. A reception will be held at 4:30-7:30 p.m. Nov. 29. There is no cost and wine and cheese will be served.
HOISINGTON - To honor those who raised their hand and said "I'll go," a special ceremony was held at Hoisington High School to thank those who served this country in war and in peace, for their sacrifices.
While some area residents and residents of more glamorous states turn a disdainful eye on the treasures of central Kansas, two native German travel writers found what was awesome about this part of wheat country-and Cheyenne Bottoms.
In the mid-20th century, the tiny bed bugs that punch a big punch basically disappeared from first world countries with the use of such chemicals as DDT. The problem began again in 1995 with worldwide travel becoming increasingly common, and use of insecticides with reduced residual activity, all probably played a role in the resurgence.
HOISINGTON - Writing is exciting, and children's book author Gary Hogg integrates his passion for the written word and fun, which he shared with Hoisington elementary school students last week in a workshop.
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