A Eureka woman was arrested for multiple charges last Thursday when she tried to impersonate a Greenwood County Deputy in hopes of obtaining a controlled substance.
Efforts are underway to assist a Eureka woman recently diagnosed with cancer. Last month, a biopsy revealed that Tisha Gravatt is fighting Adenocarcinoma, a general organ cancer.
Hamilton City Council members agreed at their meeting last Thursday to begin seeking bids for a new city truck.
Fumonisin, Aflatoxin-Should I be worried?”
By Lindsay Shorter
TOPEKA —Ken Selzer, CPA, Kansas Commissioner of Insurance, is urging Kansans to increase their awareness of diabetes and its potential management for healthier lives.
It seems like nearly every week we hear news reports about another company or organization whose data has been breached, putting its customers’ information at risk for identity theft. While there i
By Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt
Eureka’s Junior High wrestling team traveled to Fredonia last Monday for the annual Fredonia Junior High wrestling tournament.
Twenty-two Eureka Tornadoes placed at the Cherryvale Middle School Tournament last Thursday, November 8, in Cherryvale.
Three Lady Tornadoes received post-season honors when they were named to the All Tri-Valley League Volleyball teams last week.
Erma Jean Sherman, 91, of Eureka, died on Thursday, November 1, 2018, at Greenwood County Hospital in Eureka. She was born August 14, 1927, in Neal, the daughter of Clyde Ernest “Buddy” and Gladys
Melyta Gay Roberts, 49, of Eureka, died on Thursday, November 1, 2018, at her home. She was born on May 28, 1969, in Eureka, the daughter of Merle Leonard and Mae Frances (Woods) Shinkle. She was r