Wed
02
Sep

Stranger Danger

By Alan Rusch
HOLYROOD  Authorities continue to investigate an Aug. 27 incident involving an elderly white man in a light blue van approaching an 11-year-old Holyrood boy walking home from school.
 
Wed
02
Sep

FIELD OF GOLD

A field of sunflowers along Old Highway 40 between Ellsworth and Wilson greets the early morning sun. The sunflowers are owned by Wilson farmer Steve Dlabal Jr.
 
Wed
02
Sep

African trip motivates Ellsworth teen

By Alan Rusch
Wed
02
Sep

Ellsworth cross country team to build on 2014

By the I-R staff
The Bearcats cross country team had its first runner — Maggie Allen — qualify for State in 2014 after four years without a placement. Allen finished 52nd out of 99 runners. Coach Eric Coonrod hopes for a better finish this year for Allen, a sophomore, and others on both the boys’ and girls’ teams.
 
Wed
02
Sep

Leadership is key to 2015 volleyball season

By the I-R Staff
Wed
02
Sep

Bearcats take season one game at a time

By the I-R Staff
Ellsworth lost a few good football players to graduation and transfers, but the ‘Cats still start the 2015 season with an experienced line.
 
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
02
Sep

A Shoot out on the Range

Wed
02
Sep

Voter involvement is key

Lee Hamilton

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