llinwood Municipal Court Docket - May 28 Aaron Pohlman, illegal/expired tag, fine $30, court costs $55.50 Aaron Pohlman, speeding 42/30, fine $42, court costs $55.50 Alicia Hoeffner, driving while suspended, failed to appear Alicia Hoeffner, no insurance, failed to appear Terrance Graves III, speeding 54/35, fine $168, court costs $55.50 James Whiting, driving while suspended, pled not guilty James Whiting, illegal tag, pled not guilty James Whiting, no insurance, pled not guilty Christopher Smith, speeding ...
ELLINWOOD - The Ellinwood Food Bank has been around for 25 years, providing food to those who are in need. Karen Schmidt will now be in charge of the program, taking the reins from Lorraine Rickert. Schmidt has announced new hours for the Food Bank.
ELLINWOOD - The Ellinwood Recreation Committee has been working hard for a year to determine if a formal Recreation Commission for the city is desired by the community and, if so, what would be needed.
ELLINWOOD - The public is invited to the Ellinwood Community Library to enjoy a wonderful series of holiday related exhibits, celebrating the season through Christmas tree fun, art displays and Christmas collectibles. The Hope Tree is an opportunity for people to share the Christmas spirit with those friends and neighbors who might need a little extra help this holiday season. Community members can use the Hope Trees ornaments to guide their purchase ...
Two Birger Sandzén paintings were returned to Hoisington USD 431 in late February, to the relief and surprise of Superintendent Bill Lowry. He was amazed at their appearance. The paintings were actually high-quality photographic reproductions of the original pieces that the district sold at auction last summer, along with a small Sandzén watercolor painting.
HOISINGTON - Hoisington High School freshman Hannah Wilborn, performed at the State Piano Festival at Tabor College in Hillsboro. She received a I rating for her piano solo. She is the daughter of Brian and Cindy Wilborn.
GREAT BEND - The Kansas Department of Transportation recently met in Great Bend with members of the local Wetlands and Wildlife National Scenic Byway committee to present the unified marketing plan for all of the byways in the state.
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