Lady Tornado freshman, Lyndsey Escareno, made history last Friday when she earned a sixth place medal at the KSHSAA Division II girls state wrestling tournament and became the first Lady Tornado to
Becoming new parents can be a roller coaster filled with emotions as parents prepare to bring their new bundle of joy into the world.
Eureka took five Tornadoes to Hays last Saturday, February 27, and claimed a third place team finish, and four individual placers including a state champion and a state runner-up.
This week is the first week of March, which the Federal Trade Commission marks as National Consumer Protection Week.
By Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt
If you haven't had the opportunity to tune in and listen to this informative programming opportunity, you won't want to miss out on this month's topics.
By Cassidy Lutz
Each week The Herald will ask a random question, both on the opinion page of the weekly paper and on The Eureka Herald Facebook© page.
On Monday, February 22, the Eureka Lady Tornadoes traveled to Erie to face the Red Devils for the last Tri-Valley League (TVL) game match up of the year.
The Lady Bulldogs were seeded fifth in the tournament, and fell to the fourth seed Topeka-Cair Paravel Latin School (6-8) in the opening round of sub-state last Thursday, 36-37.
The Eureka Tornado boys’ basketball team hosted the Patriots of West Elk on Monday, February 22. This was the final regular season game for Eureka.
Ernestine Josephine Hawthorne, 73, of Eureka, died on Monday, February 22, 2021, at Ascension Via Christi St. Francis, in Wichita
Karen Kay Rohrer, 71, of Wichita, died on Monday, March 1, 2021 at Wesley Medical Center, in Wichita.
Terrence John Kindle of Eureka, died on Wednesday, February 17, 2021, at his home in Eureka, at the age of 66.
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