Lifestyle

Tue
17
Jan

ECF’s Employees of the 1st Quarter

Warden Marty Sauers announces the Ellsworth Correctional Facility’s Outstanding Employees of the First Quarter for Fiscal Year 2017. They were honored by Gov. Sam Brownback at a reception at the State Capitol Aug. 22, 2016. On Sept. 16, 2016, they were honored at the Employee of the Quarter Ceremony at ECF.
 
Wed
11
Jan

Red Cross faces blood shortage

Two American Red Cross blood drives are planned in the next week in Ellsworth County:
 
• Ellsworth — 9:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Jan. 18 at Ellsworth Junior/Senior High School.
 
• Wilson — 12 noon to 6 p.m. Jan. 16 at the St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church.
 
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Wed
04
Jan

There’s a lot to “IT”

By Sam Keener

Wed
04
Jan

Ugh ... sick children

By Jamie Rathbun

Wed
28
Dec

Reversing Medicaid cut a priority

At 59 years old, Bill Miller is starting to have neck and back problems. Thirty-two years of bending over to check patients’ teeth and gums will do that, he said. Miller is the only dentist in Hill City, a community of about 1,500 people northwest of Hays. He has treated Medicaid patients his entire career, even as reimbursements increasingly have lagged behind the cost of providing care.
 
Wed
21
Dec

Birthday

Card shower for Clarence Erhardt
 
A card shower is requested for Clarence Erhardt in honor of his 80th birthday Dec. 27. Cards can be sent to 1156 Highway 14, Ellsworth, Kan. 67439.
 
Wed
21
Dec

Wedding

Schultz-Unruh
 
Wed
14
Dec

MIDDLE SCHOOL MELODIES

Fifth grade choir students from Central Plains Middle School in Bushton sing “I want a hippopotamus for Christmas” Dec. 12, during a holiday music program in the school gym.
 
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Wed
14
Dec

SOUNDS OF THE SEASON

The Black Wolf Carolers visited several homes in the Black Wolf area the evening of Dec. 2. A fun evening was had by all. Back row, from left: Tim Hayes, Diane Krupp, Don Urbanek, Frank Kroboth, Dalton LeSage and John Krupp; next row: Ferman Werth, Irene Werth, Cassidy Kroboth, Alex Vodraska, Dru Richard and Colby Richard; next row: Pamela Hayes, Trenton Hayes, Candy Richard and Roger Foran; and front row: Caleb Hayes, Kathryn Foran and Kurt Krupp.
 
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Wed
07
Dec

4-H gives youth opportunities for long-term relationships

By Michelle Beran
 
A credit card company ran a series of commercials a few years ago that listed the cost of several activities and ended with the related experience as “priceless”. 4-H Youth Development could not function without volunteers. We often think of the county fair as the culmination of 4-H projects and volunteers are certainly visible serving as superintendents, setting up and cleaning up, distributing flyers and much more.

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