Eureka’s high school wrestling teams claimed two championship trophies last week when both the girls and boys wrestling team earned Tri-Valley League championship honors.
Representatives from Healthier Greenwood County returned to Hamilton on Thursday, February 13 to present a redrafted version of their Tobacco Free Ordinance.
Fundraising efforts will soon be underway for a fence project at Eureka Junior Senior High School.
The role of fire has come full circle in managing the grasslands of the great plains. Wildfires occurred naturally before the settlers arrived.
By Lindsay Shorter
(Editor’s Note: Letters to the Editor are published to encourage our readers to express their views about various issues.
(Editor’s Note: Each week,The Herald poses a “Question of the Week” on their facebook page with many responding.
On Friday, January 31, Eureka hosted a basketball contest between the Eureka Tornadoes and the visiting Fredonia Yellowjackets.
By Kade Coon, Eureka Herald Sports
Three Lady Tornadoes placed at the Fredonia Invitational last Saturday, February 1.
The Tornado wrestling team traveled to Hoisington last Friday, December 20, where nine placed in the top three and earned a fourth place finish for the Tornadoes.
Kenneth Walter Gee of Eureka, died on Monday, February 10, 2020, at Eureka Nursing Center in Eureka, at the age of 90.
Ryan Key Clark passed away on February 12, 2020 in Springfield, Mo. at the age of 48, after a long and fierce battle with cancer.
Juliana “Judy” Arguelles, 90, of Eureka, died on Saturday, February 8, 2020 at the Eureka Nursing Center, in Eureka.
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