HOISINGTON - The Labor Day Clown Committee is presenting its Big Splash Fundraiser. The bingo is planned from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, June 2, at the Hoisington Knights of Columbus, 114 N. Main. Children and adults are welcome. Suggested donation of $5 gets each participant up to five bingo cards to play during the two hours. Prizes include all sorts of water toys. Funds raised benefit the Labor Day Clown Committee.
ELLINWOOD - St. John Lutheran Church will be having a Vacation Bible School from 5:15- 8:10 p.m. on June 2-6. Children as young as three years old are welcome.
I hope this is the start of something very, very good! We finally got some moisture-- not nearly enough to restore our beloved marsh, but a start is most welcome!
HOISINGTON - In a move that will save the city of Hoisington approximately $300,000 per year, the Hoisington City Council approved selling excess electrical base load to Garden City.
HOISINGTON - The city of Hoisington is holding a rabies clinic at the Hoisington Fire Department, 114 E. Broadway at 9-11 a.m. on June 1.
oisington school lunches to begin HOISINGTON - The Hoisington Summer Lunch Program will begin at 11:30-12:30 p.m. at Hoisington Middle School beginning June 3. Children ages 1-18 can eat free. Adults meals are $3.50. Donations for Moore Okla. First Kansas Bank in Hoisington, Claflin and Great Bend will have donations jars in all locations for the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to help those affected by the recent tornado. Labor Day Clown Committee to hold ...
Justin W. Campbell, driving while suspended, failed to appear Michael E. H. Clark, criminal trespass, trial July 18 Shaminy R. Clone, dog at large, dismissed Shaminy R. Clone, dog at large, court costs $110 Joshua Hamblin, battery domestic violence, continued to July 18 Matthew R. Harsh, habitual violator, failed to appear Matthew R. Harsh, battery domestic violence, failed to appear Nicholas S. Hicks, battery domestic violence, July 18 Jeffery D. Hoch, dog at large, fine ...
Ellinwood Municipal Court Docket - May 14 Tony Erskine, inattentive driving, failed to appear Jeremy Hands, no insurance, failed to appear Luis Cerna, driving while suspended habitual, fine $250, court costs $55.50 Derek Muller, no seat belt, fine $60 Tiara Purcell, driving while suspended, fine $200 Tiara Purcell, no insurance, fine $800 Tiara Purcell, illegal tag, fine $30, court costs $55.50 William Turpin, speeding 48/35, fine $48, court costs $55.50 Kathy Magadan, inattentive driving, fine ...
ELLINWOOD - Step into the deeper, darker reaches of the mind at the "Fine Wine , Good Friends and a Wicked Murder" at 6 p.m. on May 31 in Ellinwood at Lone Wolf Restuarant, the event opening the weekend for the 2nd annual June Jaunt. The cost of a ticket is $20 and only 50 will be sold and are available from the Ellinwood Chamber of Commerce.
ELLINWOOD -The Ellinwood Community Historical Society made the decision to sponsor a new and different promotion of Ellinwood. Plans are to have a mural painted on the south side of the Dick Building, which is on the northwest corner of Main and Santa Fe. The mural will depict the past and present of Ellinwood. Several different styles and types of murals were submitted for study. The one chosen will have a postcard motif featuring different scenes.
HOISINGTON - Clara Barton Hospital patient rooms are now all equipped with a LED flat screen television mounted on the wall. A flat screen television in each patient room has been a goal and project of the Foundation and Auxiliary for the past several years, with these two organizations purchasing a few units each year through donations. At the end of this past year, all but five patient rooms had flat screen televisions.
Susan N. Gardiner Hughes, drive without license, fine $100, court costs $110
Hoisington chamber accepting parade entries
ELLINWOOD - Summer has just gotten started so it is hard to believe that After Harvest Festival is just a month away. The committee has been meeting regularly and have some new events to add tothe After Harvest Schedule and also improvements on the long standing traditional activities.
On May 20, 2013, the President issued a major disaster declaration for the State of Oklahoma because of the devastation caused by the tornadoes. Subsequently, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) designated jurisdictions for Individual Assistance. Because of the damage to housing caused by the tornadoes, the IRS has determined that state housing agencies may provide approval to project owners in their respective states to provide temporary emergency housing for displaced individuals in accordance with ...
HOISINGTON - The city of Hoisington passed a sidewalk ordinance at its regular meeting last week, according to the unofficial city minutes.
HOISINGTON - The Hoisington VFW Auxiliary met on June 12.
CLAFLIN - The governing body of the City of Claflin met in regular session, Monday, June 10, 2013 at the city building. Present were: Mayor Michael Urban, Councilpersons Kirk Schneweis, Casey Hubbard, Doug Hubbard and Dan Michaelis. Also present: City Attorney Bob Suelter, City Clerk Patricia Schmidt, Robert Gunder, Richard Hayes and Tyler Allison.
Consider the similarities between our children spreading their wings and driving off to college or going to work and all the young birds we have been so intently observing as they mature and leave their nests and parents-- forever. The nurturing and training these dedicated parents provide is amazing in all of the animal and bird kingdoms. There are a few reptiles that simply reproduce their young and leave them to fend on their own ...
ELLINWOOD - The Ellinwood City Council, as its regular monthly meeting, voted to limit access to the old city dump due to liability issues.
ELLINWOOD - At its regular meeting on Monday, USD 355 School Board discussed the K-12 iPad initiative. The information was for discussion only, but under consideration is providing each child K-12 with an iPad. The goal is to roll out iPads in the next year.
Approximately 124 calls for service and 137 officer initiated calls were received for the month of May. Officers responded to seven medical/fire calls. Seven arrests were made and seven criminal summonses were served in the month of May.
Cemetery employees request arrangements be moved