Wednesday, June 21, 2017
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By Mark McCoyThe 2017 Ellsworth County wheat harvest is crawling to a start as area farmers hope for hot, windy and dry days to get the grain in the bin.“One of the major concerns we are seeing is... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
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Wilson’s Aaron Dlabal competes in the 1A 3200-meter run May 26-27 at the 6A-5A-4A-3A-2A-1A State track meet in Wichita.To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. http://... + continue reading
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The Purple team — Front row from left, Drew Davis, Hadley West, Owen Donley and Cruz Donley. Back row from left, coach Chad Davis, Evan Bailey Valen Vague, Alan Montoy, Rett Bohl, Walter Hulse and... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
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By Mark GardnerEllsworth Childcare and Learning Center celebrated its five-year anniversary Saturday with an open house.Executive director Stephanie Roehrman arranged for a sweet treat bar, silent... + continue reading
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By Mark GardnerAt 25, Ellsworth County resident Mark Hoffhines was faced with the most difficult obstacle of his life.In early winter of 2016, Hoffhines became ill while working as a freshman/... + continue reading

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06/21/2017
By LINDA MOWERY-DENNINGWILSON — As owners of the Wilson World, Marlin and Louanna Robinson recorded the happenings of the town they called home for more than 50 years.Now, more than a year after their deaths, the couple will play a significant role in the preservation of this Czech community’s history. Their home — with some of Marlin’s printing... + continue reading
06/21/2017
By LINDA MOWERY-DENNINGKANOPOLIS — Cherie Sauers considers the St. Ignatius of Loyola Church an example of “Our Past Makes Us Strong,” the theme for the 2017 Fort Harker Days.“Just look at that church,” said Sauers, who served as Kanopolis mayor for 19 years. “That church is still the foundation for the community.”To read more please log in or... + continue reading

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Lady Oiler Emily Ryan’s shot is blocked by a Lady Dragon Friday in Manhattan. I/R photo by Mark McCoy

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MANHATTAN — The top-ranked,undefeated and three-time defending 2A champion Lady Oilers of Central Plains defeated the Lady Dragons of Valley Falls, 53-41, Friday getting one game closer to claiming a fourth consecutive 2A State basketball championship trophy in Manhattan.It was a costly victory however, as Lady Oiler Kylee Kasselman, the team’s... + continue reading

Lady Oiler Kirsten Gunder makes an assist in the win over the Lady Bulldogs Thursday in Manhattan. I/R photo by Mark McCoy

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MANHATTAN — The top-ranked,undefeated and three-time defending 2A champion Lady Oilers of Central Plains terminated a good Chase County team, 60-30, Thursday on their quest to claim a fourth consecutive 2A State basketball championship trophy in Manhattan.The Lady O’s dominated first quarter, scoring 15 points and holding the Lady Bulldogs to a... + continue reading

Central Plains Cassidy Crites, left, grabs an offensive rebound March 4 in Greensburg. /I-R photo by Mark McCoy

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LADY OILERS WIN FOURTH STRAIGHT SUB-STATE TITLEGREENSBURG  — The top-ranked, undefeated and three-time defending 2A champion Lady Oilers of Central Plains will return to Manhattan to defend their title following a 68-34 victory over a good Kinsley basketball team Saturday in Greensburg.The Lady O’s (23-0) will begin their quest for a fourth-... + continue reading

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Wilson’s Aaron Dlabal competes in the 1A 3200-meter run May 26-27 at the 6A-5A-4A-3A-2A-1A State track meet in Wichita.To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. http://... + continue reading

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By John SchlageckLong hours, a flurry of activity, less-than-ideal weather conditions and work involving large machinery combine to make wheat harvest a potentially dangerous period.To say farmers... + continue reading

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06/13/2017
Kanopolis resident Mark Hoffhines, 25, was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in January of 2016. He is now in remission. He shares his story at the ninth annual Ellsworth County Cancer Fund... + continue reading
05/23/2017
Congratulations to the Ellsworth County Class of 2017!  EHS Class of 2017 shown in the I-R video by Alan Rusch. + continue reading
02/24/2017
The I-R's Mark Gardner shot this video Friday morning of the aftermath of a pasture fire. The Ellsworth Volunteer Fire Department was called out early this morning to a large pasture fire in south... + continue reading
02/22/2017
I-R reporter Mark Gardner is live near Bushton at the OneOk explosion. See more information in the March 2 I-R. I-R video by Mark Gardner. + continue reading