The north 99/400 Highway junction was shut down for a duration last Friday, February 7, after a semi lost control and fell onto its side. According to the Greenwood County Sheriff’s Office, a call reporting a semi rollover came in at approximately 1 p.m.
Four teams comprised of Eureka students, teachers and community members gathered for an evening of fun last Wednesday, February 5, for a “Dairyland Donkey Basketball Show,” at Eureka Junior Senior High School (EJSHS).
For the second time since 1961, two seniors at Eureka Junior Senior High School were crowned King and Queen during a special Winter Royalty event last Friday.
Community members are coming together to help one of their own who was recently diagnosed with cancer.
The Kansas Press Association (KPA) recently announced its 2020 Awards of Excellence results. The Eureka Herald was recognized in three categories: First and third place in “News and Writing – Series,” first place in “Advertising – Best Political Ad,” and second place in “Photography – Photo Package.”