Due to COVID-19, and not being able to host their graduation ceremony this Saturday as planned, the Hamilton High School graduation ceremony for the class of 2020 has been rescheduled for Saturday, July 18, at 2 p.m., in the Hamilton Elementary Gymnasium.
A puzzle can be comprised with an infinite amount of pieces, but before the design is finalized, the number of pieces is selected. The Eureka Junior Senior High School class of 2020 is comprised of 43 pieces. This Sunday, May 17 was supposed to be the final piece of the EJSHS class of 2020’s story as they were slated to hold their traditional graduation ceremony; but, due to COVID-19, the traditional ceremony has been postponed.
A vacant home in Hamilton burnt down early Sunday morning at K-99 and Main Street.
Senior graduates across the nation are missing out on many things. From their favorite spring sports to the State Forensics competition, graduating seniors are simply going through the motions as their graduation day nears.
A Eureka woman is currently in ICU in a Wichita hospital, battling against Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML). Jan Mills received the diagnosis last week.