News

Wed
18
Nov

Davis: The VA is worth saving

By Alan Rusch

Wed
18
Nov

City of Marquette purchases MES building

By Dan Carr

Tue
10
Nov

USD 327 looks at uniform replacement

BY Mark McCoy

The Ellsworth-Kanopolis-Geneseo School Board tackled athletic uniform replacement at Monday’s meeting at the district office in Ellsworth. Ellsworth Junior/Senior High School principal and former athletic director Ken Winhold submitted a plan from current athletic director Ron Davis Jr. to rotate uniform replacements — much like the board’s five-year capital outlay plan.

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Tue
10
Nov

YOUNG EAGLES SOAR

Dale Weinhold, far right, pilots a group of youngsters Saturday at the annual Smoky Hill Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 1127’s Young Eagles program at the Ellsworth airport. Local pilots volunteer their time to promote small aircraft flying to children 8-17 years old.

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Tue
10
Nov

Hurricane can’t dampen cruise spirits

By Alan Rusch

It may not have been the three-hour tour made famous by Gilligan and the Skipper, but an 11-hour drive from Kansas to Texas to board a ship for a Caribbean cruise stretched into a harrowing and frustrating 14 hours recently for an Ellsworth woman and seven of her friends — thanks to Hurricane Patricia. “We just caught the very end [of the hurricane] — that was enough for me,” said Juanita Kepka of Ellsworth. “Trying to go down the Interstate and figuring out which road to take to get around all the flooding was frustrating.”

Tue
10
Nov

“Dora, the Beautiful Dishwasher provides fun for all Nov. 13-15

Members of the Marquette Melodrama Troupe will present their 27th annual Melodrama/Olio production at 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 7 p.m.) Friday and Saturday, Nov. 13 and 14 and at 2 p.m. (doors open at 1:30) Sunday, Nov. 15, at the Elizabeth A. Hopp Fine Arts Center. This years production is “Dora, the Beautiful Dishwasher” or “The Heroine Who Cleaned Up!” by Ned Albert is described by the Samuel French Web site as: Our down trodden heroine is employed in the home of the socially prominent Hyacinths. Hector Hyacinth, the hero, is engaged to be married to vain Andrea Morgan.

Wed
04
Nov

Wilson’s Boisvert testifies during congressional committee hearing

By Alan Rusch

Wed
04
Nov

Jingle Bell Shop and Sell is Nov. 14

By Alan Rusch

Wed
04
Nov

Construction project uncovers historic rocks

By LINDA MOWERY-DENNING

Wed
04
Nov

Butterflies are forever on the McCoy rural Home Place

BY Mark McCoy

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