"9th Judgment" by Maxine Paetro and James Patterson. When a young mother and her child are ruthlessly gunned down in a parking lot, the only shred of evidence is a cryptic message scrawled across the windshield in blood red lipstick. When a second murder occurs, San Francisco is thrown into hysteria. Can the Women's Murder Club solve they case before the city disintegrates.
Below are the honor rolls for the first quarter for Hoisington Middle School.
Katie Bulinski, child restraint, fine $60, court costs $54.50 Katie Bulinski, no proof insurance, proof shown, dismissed Danniele Pfister, speeding 49/30, fine $84, court costs $55.50 Cassie Scheuerman, driving while suspended, failed to appear Cassie Scheuerman, no proof insurance, failed to appear Pete Cabrera Jr., seat belt violation, fine $5 Mary Adams, seat belt violation, fine $5 Teri White, no drivers license in possession, license shown, dismissed ...
HOISINGTON - Each year, Hoisington High School celebrates veterans and their service to our country with a special brunch and assembly for veterans and students to pay homage to all veterans living and deceased.
ELLINWOOD -Celebrating 125 years, St. Joseph Catholic School in Ellinwood has scheduled several events to commemorate its history beginning with a tree planting.
HOISINGTON - Dr. Dan Witt's nature photography is featured in the 2010 winter issue of Kansas Magazine and on the 2011 Kansas calendar. Dr. Witt resides in Hoisington and has provided the Wetlands and Wildlife National Scenic Byway with numerous photos.
ELLINWOOD - At Ellinwood High School, it's time for a "Celebration,"a remembrance of 37 years of Broadway musicals presented by students of the vocal music department, including songs from "Kiss Me Kate," "My Fair Lady," "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" and others at 7:30 p.m. today and tomorrow at EHS Auditorium. Tickets are $5.
HOLYROOD - With a full agenda on Monday night, Central Plains USD 112 Board of Education officially approved closing Claflin Elementary School and the Lorraine district office effective July 1.
Claflin EMS personnel were dispatched for three injury auto accidents, a breathing problem, a chest pain call, two "other" medical problems, a lifting assist, a fire standby, a false alarm and stood by for four football games.
Editors Note: This is a blog by Katie DeWerff, former Ellinwood resident, who is working as an administator at Project Pepla in Haiti. It was posted on Saturday after cyclone Tomas. Her blog can be found at www.projectpepla.blogspot.com.
HOISINGTON -All A's at Lincoln Elementary School: 3rd Grade: Avery Brewer, Madison Grandclair, Zach Rubio, Brian Shinofield, Jacob Specht 4th Grade: Riley Brungardt, Aaron Crawford, Braxton Donovan, Xavier Robinson, Maleigha Schmidt, Payton Steiner, Liza Ward, Braedon Willesden B Average of Better-no D's or F's-not m ore than 1 C 3rd Grade: Baily Banks, Trey Bitter, Chandler Blackwell, Evan Bodine, Cade Boxberger, Taylor Boxberger, Daunte Chambers, Madysen clone, Quincy Cross, Alyssa ...
ELLINWOOD – Ellinwood High/Middle School students have been recognized for their academic efforts for the first quarter with the honor roll.
ELLINWOOD - Fourteen stores will kick off the Christmas shopping season in Ellinwood from 1 to 5 p.m. on Nov. 14 complete with festive foods and drinks, drawings and giveaways, and tours of Ellinwood's Underground World.
ELLINWOOD - Dr. Catherine Strecker of Educational Strategies, 17 N. Main, will offer four continuing education workshops on May 31. Two CEU credits will be offered for each session.
HOISINGTON - The Hoisington City Council decided at its regular meeting last week to continue the animal control options the way they currently are. The city currently takes all stray animals to the Hoisington Veterinary Hospital. The council had looked at a proposal to take care of the animals by the city as a cost saving measure, but turned it down.
Ellinwood Police Department April Report
ELLINWOOD - The Ellinwood City Council, at its regular meeting on Tuesday, agreed to purchase 11-12 acres of property from Alfred Pohlman for $3,600. The property is located north of 7th St. It is west of Kennedy and north of the water tower.
At the invitation of Kansas Governor Sam Brownback, Aubrey Lynn Kempke of Claflin was selected to attend the 30th annual Governor's Scholars Award Program on May 5 in Topeka.
here is a stellar event occurring in Kansas right now that is visible and dramatic! One of the largest migratory birds is nesting in multiple sites in Kansas and surrounding states. The great blue heron is here! These four feet tall birds are gathered in rookeries where several families build nests in tall trees. They join forces to notify each other if bobcats, rat snakes, or raccoons come around looking for a meal in a ...
Conceal/Carry Class to be held in Claflin
ELLINWOOD - The USD 355 School Board, at its regular meeting Monday night, agreed to take another step in the iPad initiate. Currently, about twenty percent of the certified staff have iPads. The board agreed to buy approximately 30 more so that the remaining staff would have an iPad.
ELLINWOOD - Ellinwood High School will hold a volleyball camp from 2-4 p.m. on May 28-31 at the old High School Gym. Registration deadline is May 28. Contact Laurie Feist or Sharon Gatton at 564-2750 or 564-3136.
ELLINWOOD - At its regular monthly meeting, the USD 355 school board made two appointments to the new Ellinwood Recreation Commission Board of Directors. They were Mel Waite for four years, and Rob Fisher for one year. The ERC will soon begin planning a budget, hiring a director, and making plans for 2014.
ELLINWOOD - "Stay Together" is the theme for this years conference/summer camp for families of children with disabilities in Romania on Aug. 21-24 offered by Star of Hope