During their regular meeting last Monday, April 8, Eureka City Council members heard a request to extend liquor store hours to 11 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

A special open house and ribbon cutting event was held for the Harvest House Food Pantry in Severy, last Tuesday, April 9.

Greenwood County Commissioners reviewed a drafted “Health and Welfare” code, aimed at addressing property in unincorporated communities, during their routine meeting this Monday.


It’s National Volunteer Week! One of the things I love about the people in Greenwood County is that they serve each other and our communities with BIG hearts!

(Editor’s Note: Each week, The Herald poses a “Question of the Week” on their facebook page with many responding.

During the last few months of the Bond Election informational process there have been several unfavorable comments regarding USD 389 and its quality of education.


The first invitational of the season for track and field has been the Eureka Invitational for many teams over the years; however, with McGinnis Field being damaged by the June 2018 tornado, Eureka

Eureka’s Junior High track team started their season last Tuesday, in Howard, where Eureka teams placed first (eighth grade boys), second (eighth grade girls), third (seventh grade boys) and eighth

This past Thursday, the Eureka basketball team traveled to Hutchinson to take part in the 2019 3A State Basketball Tournament.

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On Saturday, April 6th 2019, Warren Duane Worley, loving husband and father of six children passed away at the age of 83.

Steve Snider, 71, of Victoria, died on Monday, April 1, 2019. Internment will be held on Saturday, April 20, at Greenwood Cemetery, in Eureka at 1 p.m.

John Andrews, 83, passed away April 4, 2019 at home in Casa Grande, Arizona. He was born to Lois (Innes) and Leonard Andrews on June 23, 1935 in Greenwood, Kansas.

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