ELLINWOOD - Five Ellinwood High School students will attending the national convention of the Future Business Leaders of America at the end of June in Orlando, Florida.
ELLINWOOD - As an act of kindness, the Twilight Stitchers Club in Ellinwood decided to use their talents for sewing and make dresses for poverty-stricken girls in Africa.
HOISINGTON - For those aiming for adventure in their own county, the City of Hoisington will be filled with activities on Saturday, April 16, for the sixth-annual Cheyenne Bottoms Wetlander's Festival. There will be tours to Cheyenne Bottoms, hands-on talks about the Bottoms, and contests for kids and adults.
HOISINGTON - . With her unique look at life, Hoisington artist Christina Lamoureaux creates artwork that not only is beautiful and encourages the individual thought process, but also tells a story. She has exhibited her work in galleries.
The total number of voters in the April 5 election was 3,311 with a turn-out of 19.88 percent of eligible voters in Barton County. The results will be finalized on Friday.
TOPEKA- Washburn University student Lisa Ille, of Ellinwood, will participate in the presentation of a group research poster, "Visual Acuity Comparison in Developmental Stages of the Praying Mantis (Tenodera sinenesis)," at The Washburn Apeiron: A Forum of Student Research, Scholarship and Creativity on Friday, April 22, on the Washburn University campus.
On May 29, a Claflin All-School Reunion and City Celebration, parade, games for kids, car display, school tours, beer garden, food vendors and a street dance will be held.
CLAFLIN - 5th Grade Honor Roll (3.5-4.0): Hannah Beran, Lukas Danner, Julie Donecker, Philip Donecker, Cameron Hekele, Emily Hitschmann, Darian Hubbard, Kylie Lamatsch, Lee Letourneau, Anthony Oberle, Taylor Oeser, Amyra Penrod, Colton Potts
BARTON, STAFFORD COUNTY - Community members from central Kansas and a few from even outside the state enjoyed seeing the sights, old and new unseen or seen in a new light in a whistle-stop tour of the National Wetlands and Wildlife Scenic Byway through Barton and Stafford County
HOISINGTON - The Hoisington City Council discussed on Monday the date when Hoisington became an official city.
ELLINWOOD - The Ellinwood Chamber of Commerce is holding its 7th annual Ladies Night Out from 5 to 8:30 p.m. on April 7 in Ellinwood. There will be specials and discounts, drawings, give- aways and refreshments.
HOISINGTON- Roosevelt Elementary in Hoisington will have preschool pre-enrollment for next school year on April 11 from 5-7 p.m. This will be for any child that will be 3- or 4-years-old on or before Aug. 31, 2011. Please bring child's birth certificate, social security number and shot records. Physicals will be required by the start of school. If you have any questions please call the school at 620-653-4470.
ELLINWOOD - John Celock, Huffington Post writer, author, and founder of an online newspaper, spoke to Ellinwood High School students about the importance of becoming involved in the community to make a difference.
ELLINWOOD - Barton County Commissioner for the fourth district, Ellinwood resident and retired businessman Ken Lebbin, has begun a write-in campaign to retain his seat on the county commission.
The Central Kansas Dream Center opened in 2013 and is growing at an amazing rate. The facility now is bursting at the seams to meet the needs of those who have no hope. The latest addition is two licensed outpatient counselors who provide drug and alcohol abuse individual and group treatment, DUI assessments and Substance Abuse Screening Inventories.
We Americans are blessed with an abundance of food. We take our food home from restaurants intending to eat those leftovers, and we really do intend to eat the lasagna from the previous night.
HOISINGTON - Miss Minnie travels the state in the comfort of a 30 foot trailer, teaching kids about where ice cream really come from. She doesn't get car sick either, but lays down, snacks on hay, and enjoys the ride.
regular city council meeting last week, the Hoisington City Council once again discussed code enforcement and the direction that the city will take in the coming year.
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