The eighth annual Eureka Pro Rodeo was held this past weekend, with two nights of events.
From August 31 to September 2, Severy will hold its annual Labor Day Celebration. The public has the opportunity to participate, observe or view numerous events at the celebration.
At their regular meeting last Monday, Eureka city councilmembers approved ordinance 4255, officially establishing a land bank.
(Editor’s Note: Letters to the Editor are published to encourage our readers to express their views about various issues.The following letter(s) were submitted and
At the Greenwood County Fair last month, I saw quite a few entries in Open Class Food Preservation. Here’s a few new items on the market that could help you in preserving your harvests.
By Jayne Whitson
(Editor’s Note: Each week, The Herald poses a “Question of the Week” on their facebook page with many responding.
Nearly 50 young cowboys and cowgirls from throughout eastern Kansas competed in the youth rodeo Saturday evening, August 3, at Council Grove.
For many youth in the area, summer baseball and softball seasons came to a close at the end of June.
The Greenwood County 4-H Archery program recently hosted a state qualifying archery match. Over 30 shooters from all across the state came to participate in the match.
Lyle Barnes, 79, formerly of Elk County, died Tuesday, August 4, 2019. He was united in marriage to Ruth Coble in 1961. He was preceded in death by his wife Ruth, and son Lyle Jr.
Ottis Alton McCarthy, 64, of Eureka, Kansas, passed away on July 31, at his home in Prairie Village, Kansas.
Judy E. Williams, 71, of Liberal, went to be with the Lord on August 1, 2019.
She was born on July 27, 1948 to Ira and Doris (Mericle) Stevens at Albia, IA.
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