Lifestyle

Wed
23
Sep

It’s a new year for 4-H enrollment

By Nicolette Unruh

Fall is an exciting time. We all look forward to the changing of leaves and the cooler weather, not to mention the Friday night lights among all other activities that comes with a new school year. A new school year also ushers in a new year for 4-H enrollment. 

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Wed
16
Sep

Ellsworth Correctional Facility selects employees of the quarter

Three employees at Ellsworth Correctional Facility have been selected as Employees of the Quarter for the first quarter of fiscal year 2016. The employees are Staff Sergeant Robert Oltean, Corrections Counselor I Christopher Dean and Cognitive Behavioral Instructor Andrea Reed. Here are profiles of each employee:

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Wed
16
Sep

Blake Joseph Witt

Cassandra Leigh-Ann Witt of Ellsworth announces the birth of her son, Blake Joseph Witt. He was born Aug. 30, 2015, at the Ellsworth County Medical Center. He was 8 lbs., 3 ozs., and 21 inches long.

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Thu
10
Sep

Borovetz-Siemer

Robert and Emily Borovetz of Shawnee announce the engagement of their daughter, Julie Ann Borovetz, to Matthew Alan Siemer, son of Alan and Linda Siemer of Bushton. The future bride is a graduate of Parsons High School and the Univers
Thu
10
Sep

Lawn isn’t place for barley

BY Michelle Buchanan
 
One weed in the home lawn that I despise is little barley. For me, it is not so much the appearance or the competition that bothers me, but the pesky little seeds that get stuck in my family’s socks.
 
 
Wed
02
Sep

Commissioners get update on the Black Wolf River Bridge

By Alan Rusch
 Ellsworth County Road and Bridge superintendent Rick Nondorf updated county commissioners Monday on the replacement of the Black Wolf Bridge. “The survey for the bridge is done,” Nondorf said. “They
Wed
02
Sep

Get the day off to a healthy start

By JAMIE RATHBUN
Eating breakfast is an important part of powering up your body for the day. Eating a balanced breakfast can help keep your family alert, improve mood, and reduce mid morning food cravings. 
 
Wed
26
Aug

Carrying on the Tradition

By Alan Rusch
 
Wed
26
Aug

St. Ignatius Fiesta is Sept. 5

By Alan Rusch

Fri
14
Aug

IT’S ALL ABOUT SAFETY

Wayne Scritchfield, Master of Ellsworth Lodge 146 AF&AM, presents Stephanie Roehrman, director of the Ellsworth Childcare & Learning Center, with a $500 check. This donation from the lodge will go towards a system that will keep the front door locked and allow visitors to be buzzed in or use a code to gain entry.
 

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