In at least one way, Mugs Kepka’s career has come full circle. As a teen-ager, the Black Wolf native worked on Ellsworth’s 1st Street at Bircher’s Dairy, first helping to
Trisha and Justin Nelson shared more than a marriage and three children. They also were born on the same day, July 10, in different years. Trisha celebrated her 40th birthday
From the files of the July 25, 1957 edition of The Ellsworth Reporter. BUT IT’S THE TRUTH On good authority it is stated that the grasshoppers are getting so thick
WILSON — Haley Piroutek of Belleville was crowned the 2019 Miss Kansas Czech-Slovak Queen Saturday, during the 31st annual pageant conducted as part of the Wilson’s After Harvest Czech Festival.
University of Missouri Extension rural safety and health specialist Karen Funkenbusch said now is a good time to review safety precautions for grain bins with farm workers and family members.
Ellsworth runners finished in the top half of their fields Sept. 7 at the Swather Special at the Hesston Golf Course. Ellsworth’s Hayden Rogers matched his 2018 best finishing place
A Journey Through Kansas by Charles B Boynton and T. B. Mason was published in 1855. The Kansas and Nebraska Territory had been prominent in the news which served to
Wouldn’t you agree that America is in crisis and in need of healing? Someone has described America this way: We are witnessing the crumbling of our culture, clashes in our
Letters from anonymous writers are usually tossed into the waste paper basket. However, a recent letter addressed to the publisher raises several points I’d like to address. Here are a
Is the future already a done deal? I-R USD 112 article 9/12/19 Reading the USD 112 article I thought it was amazing how quickly the Central Plains Middle School building