Lifestyle

Wed
03
Feb

Local volunteers reach out to hungry children

By the I-R Staff 

Dozens of volunteers from Ellsworth and Lincoln counties recently traveled to Salina to help feed hungry children around the world. The event was Feed My Starving Children at the Kansas Wesleyan University Mobilepack. Feed My Starving Children is a non-profit Christian organization committed to feeding God’s children hungry in body and spirit.

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Wed
03
Feb

People Saving People nominations being accepted

Nominations for the 2016 People Saving People Award are now being accepted by the Kansas Department of Transportation. The award is presented to a person or organization who advocates safety and has a positive effect in transportation safety behavior. Awards are presented in three categories: community leadership and engineering; education and information; and enforcement, emergency response, prosecution and adjudication. 

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Wed
27
Jan

Midway District plans leadership workshop Feb. 13 in Wilson

By Nicolette Unruh
Extension News
 
Wed
27
Jan

Harrell-Curtis

Wed
20
Jan

Blum: Local newspapers are in good shape

By Alan Rusch
Ellsworth County I-R
 
Wed
13
Jan

Bennett Whitmer

Dr. Jonathan and Erin Whitmer of Mishawaka, Ind., announce the birth of their son, Bennett Todd Whitmer, born at 3:57 p.m. Dec. 2, 2015, at St. Joseph Medical Center in Mishawaka. He weighed 7 lbs., 10 ozs. and was 20.5 inches long.
 
Wed
13
Jan

Huseman-Petric

Katherine Anne Huseman of Salina and Thomas Lee Petric of Wilmette, Ill. announce their engagement. Their parents are: Dr. Bob Huseman and Roberta Huseman, both of Salina, and Mr. and Mrs. Joel Cory of Wilmette and the late Terry L. Petric.
 
Wed
06
Jan

Loesch-Choate

Wed
06
Jan

Katzenmeier-Errebo

Wed
30
Dec

Claflin adopts ATV fee resolution

By Patricia Schmidt
Special to the I-R
 

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