A fundraiser has been scheduled to help a local boy’s fight against cancer. On Sunday, June 24, Lo-Mar Drive-In in Eureka will donate proceeds to the family of Mason Marshall of Eureka.

Since 2012, the local Lions Club has taken several steps to make the Lions Recreation Park more user-friendly and now are taking one more step towards that goal.

With few items on the agenda last Monday, Eureka City Councilmembers spent most of their regular meeting discussing various topics during the city administrator’s report.


I’m no fan of rules but the world seems full of them and they are everywhere we turn.

If you think family game night is old-fashioned or has simply been replaced with hi-tech on-line games, consider this, board games can provide you and your family members with skills for life time

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 Thursday, June 14, Eureka junior golfers traveled to Fredonia.

On Thursday, June 7, Eureka junior golfers traveled to Burlington and New Strawn.

The Eureka Archery Club hosted their annual event on Saturday, June 2, in conjunction with Eureka Days. A total of 12 teams competed in the event.


Charles William “Bud” Wiggins of Eureka, died on Tuesday, June 12, 2018, at Vintage Park in Eureka, at the age of 101. He was born October 13, 1916, in South Salem township, Greenwood County, Kansa

Ronald M. Poe, 70, Retired IPHFHA senior data system analyst and Army veteran earned his heavenly wings on June 12, 2018.

Bradley Lynn “Brad” Felter, of Eureka, died Tuesday, June 5, 2018, at his home in Eureka, at the age of 59.Brad was born December 12, 1958, in Eureka, the son of Leonard Clyde and Betty Mae (Robins

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