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BY Mark McCoy Ellsworth County I-R  STERLING — Bearcat Kaden Davis — undefeated this season in the 100-meter; 200-meter and 400-meter sprints — broke his own Ellsworth Senior High... + continue reading
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The City of Ellsworth was named the Ellsworth VFW Post 6485 Citizen of the Year during a ceremony Saturday afternoon at the VFW building in Ellsworth. “They constantly help us and they stand behind... + continue reading
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Glenn and Jenny Reed of Holyrood celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary April 10 with cake and coffee for family and friends at the American Legion Post 200 in Holyrood. The couple were married... + continue reading
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By Joseph Hand Ellsworth County I-R  The postcards, carefully preserved in plastic sleeves, are picture perfect — even after more than a century. Some contain humorous messages. Others... + continue reading
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BY Mark McCoy Ellsworth County I-R  LINCOLN — The Wilson boys’ track team placed fourth out of eight teams Friday at the Lincoln Invitational track meet. Bennington won the meet with... + continue reading

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BY Mark McCoy Ellsworth County I-R  The long anticipated vision of the National Drovers Hall of Fame complex was unveiled Saturday at J.H. Robbins Memorial Library in Ellsworth. Three students in the Kansas State University Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems — Joe Lauer, Zack Koontz and Emmett Hull- Gray — presented... + continue reading
04/25/2016
The Smoky Hills Charitable Foundation recently awarded $63,429 in grants to projects and organizations across Ellsworth County.“We received many outstanding requests totaling over $120,000,” said board chairman Sara Soukup. To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.   + continue reading

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By Mark mccoy The Central Plains Oilers won the Ellsworth Invitational tennis meet April 14 with 70 team points. The Ellsworth varsity, competing as the Ellsworth Red team, placed second with 46. The Ellsworth Black team tied for fifth with Abilene. Eight teams competed. Sterling was slated to play at the tournament, but opted to compete at... + continue reading
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By Mark mccoy The Ellsworth Bearcats got their first win of the season, 8-5, against North Central Activities rival Minneapolis in the opener Friday in Russell. Colton Hower pitched both the opener and nightcap for Ellsworth. Ellsworth jumped to a 3-1 lead by the bottom of the first inning but allowed the Lions to score a unanswered run in... + continue reading
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By LINDA MOWERY-DENNING Modern-day travelers along the old Chisholm Trail have their choice of museums dedicated to aspects of an era when cowboys herded thousands of head of cattle along the trail from Texas to Kansas. But none of the attractions present the large picture — and that’s where the National Drovers Hall of Fame comes in. “We’re... + continue reading

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BY Mark McCoy Ellsworth County I-R  STERLING — Bearcat Kaden Davis — undefeated this season in the 100-meter; 200-meter and 400-meter sprints — broke his own Ellsworth Senior High... + continue reading

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by Jerry Marsh  Kansas revenue estimates are down again. It is time to play the blame game, Kansas style. Kansas has earned a national reputation for fiscal ineptitude.... + continue reading