HOISINGTON - At its meeting on Monday, the Hoisington City Council discussed nuisance abatement and will look into adding fees for cleanup.
HOISINGTON - The ladies in the pink coats greet visitors at Clara Barton Hospital with a friendly smile and a warm heart as they escort patients to their destinations at the hospital.
Superintendent's Honor Roll - 4.0
ELLINWOOD - As a stress reliever, and as a way to stay prepared for his job, Ellinwood Police Chief Art Keffer lifts weights most people would find unimaginable.
Star of Hope in Ellinwood is raising funds to purchase goats, chickens, treadle sewing machines and for student support.
Chamber to sponsor decorating contest
"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
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 - A breakfast/brunch fundraiser will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on April 13 at St. Joseph Parish Center in Ellinwood. A free will offering will be taken with proceeds going towards St. Joseph High School PSR mission trip.
HOISINGTON - At the Hoisington School Board meeting on Monday, the school board heard preliminary plans for separating the Hoisington Middle School Library into two rooms.
CLAFLIN - The Claflin Independent Township Library will celebrate National Library Week, April 14-19, showcasing the new copies of micro film of historic Claflin Clarion, Claflin Gazette and Claflin Banner newspapers and having an open house.
TOPEKA - On April 1, the state of Kansas formally declared the month of April as Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month.