News

Two New Businesses Join Eureka’s Main Street

Eureka’s Main Street is now the home to two new businesses, Woodard Mercantile and Wrathnak Archery and Range, both of which are located in the 100 block of north Main.

 

Construction Continues At EJSHS

The new Community Activity Center (CAC) at Eureka Junior Senior High School is taking shape, as the steel beams for the facility went up last week.

 

Eureka USD 389 enrollment will be held this Thursday, August 6, for both Eureka Junior Senior High School (EJSHS) and Marshall Elementary students.

Opinion

A couple of years back, the city did a sweep through town notifying residents of tree limbs overhanging streets that were two low.

Events of the past several months have been challenging for Americans as the world navigates the perils of a global COVID-19 pandemic.

In the last installment I gave an overview of the city’s environmental code and some of the procedures a person should follow if they receive a notice from the city.

Sports

Eureka’s 2020 Summer Recreational Softball and Baseball Teams Concluded Season

A total of 15 teams comprised the 2020 Eureka Recreation Commission summer league. The league began late due to COVID-19, but was still able to get in a months worth of action.

The Eureka Recreation Commission (ERC) met last Wednesday, May 27, where they primarily discussed the upcoming baseball/softball season and the re-opening of the Eureka Aquatic Park (EAP).

FSCC Postponed Athletic Hall Of Fame Ceremony

FORT SCOTT - Fort Scott Community College (FSCC) postponed its athletic hall of fame ceremony, which was scheduled to take place last Friday, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Obituaries

John Ezra Dorsett, III, 79, died Friday, July 10, 2020 at Ascension Via Christi St. Francis.

DOROTHY DENCHFIELD

Dorothy Marie (Ashlock) Denchfield, formerly of Neal, died on Friday, July 24, 2020, at Lakepoint El Dorado, at the age of 99.

MARY CRISSWELL MEADOWS

July 11, 2020. At the age of 96, Mary Crisswell Meadows ran into the arms of Jesus while surrounded by her family as they sang praises to their Lord and Savior.

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