Greenwood County Commissioners spent the majority of their regular meeting this Monday addressing payroll and personnel issues.
In their first meeting of 2019, Hamilton City Councilmembers were read a loose dog complaint, learned about changes at the library, and designated a city attorney, treasurer, newspaper and bank.
For the first time since 1961, Winter Royalty will be crowned at Eureka Junior Senior High School (EJSHS) on Friday, January 25, following basketball action against the Fredonia Yellowjackets.
Roofing Permits-Love ‘em or Hate ‘em
By Ian Martell
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.
Safe Deposit for Unused Medications
By Jayne Whitson
Hamilton City Council met for their 2018 year-end meeting last Thursday, December 27. Those councilmembers present were Glenn Maltbie, Larry Walford and Lance Snyder.
Youth girls’ basketball teams came together on Saturday, December 15 to compete at the Bulldog Classic, in Madison. Eureka’s Red team claimed the championship. Olpe placed second.
As winter sports are slated to resume action this week, the Eureka High School boys’ wrestling team continues to focus on the 321A State Wrestling Tournament that will be held at the end of Februar
Frances Marie Smith, 83 of Towanda, died on Saturday, January 5, 2019 at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita.
Leonard Schenk, 101, of Wichita, formerly of Eureka, died Monday, January 14, 2019.
Bobby Joe Wunderlich was born in Eureka, Kansas on July 18, 1943 and departed this life in Davenport, Oklahoma on Friday, December 28, 2018 at the age of 75 years.
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