Wilson’s Brady Mermis goes up for a bucket before being fouled Friday in Wilson. I/R photo by Mark McCoy.

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LYONS — The Ellsworth Bearcats beat the Lions of Lyons 49-37 in a non-conference baksetball game at Lyons. The ‘Cats took control of the game in the third quarter. The Lady ‘Cats got a big first... + continue reading
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By LINDA MOWERY-DENNING After a few weeks on the job — and his third meeting of the Ellsworth City Council as a department head — Ellsworth Police Chief Emil Halfhill pulled... + continue reading
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Senior Trey Schulte (45) was named to the CPL’s all-league first team with an unanimous decision as a defensive lineman and also was placed on the first team as an offensive lineman. To... + continue reading
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Senior Kaden Davis (13) was placed on the NCAA’s first all-league team for wide receiver, punter, defensive back and on the second team as a place-kicker. To view more please log in or subscribe... + continue reading
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Ellsworth County 4-H member Drew Kratzer was recently awarded the Kansas 4-H Key Award at the county awards banquet in Ellsworth. Drew is a nine-year member of the Trying Tommies 4-H... + continue reading

Wilson’s Brady Mermis goes up for a bucket before being fouled Friday in Wilson. I/R photo by Mark McCoy.

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11/30/2016
Predictions of cold, snowy weather for Wilson promise a traditional holiday atmosphere for the town’s annual Christmas Festival Dec. 10. in the St. Wenceslaus Parish Hall. The Wilson Chamber of Commerce has sponsored the Christmas Festival for 10 years More than 20 vendors are expected to... + continue reading
11/30/2016
By Adreinne Danner ‘Tis the season of giving for many and the season of taking for others. As the on-line world of commerce increases, so do the opportunities for scammers to steal your hard-earned money. “Do not, for any reason, use your debit card for online purchasing,” said Scott Johnson, ... + continue reading

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Wilson’s Brady Mermis goes up for a bucket before being fouled Friday in Wilson. I/R photo by Mark McCoy.

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LYONS — The Ellsworth Bearcats beat the Lions of Lyons 49-37 in a non-conference baksetball game at Lyons. The ‘Cats took control of the game in the third quarter. The Lady ‘Cats got a big first win of the season with a 43-42 win over the Lady Lions/ It was the first win of a season opener for a long time for the Lady ‘Cats. HOISINGTON... + continue reading
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Here are the results from contested races in the 2016 general election in Ellsworth County —9:00 p.m. - With 25 precincts reporting and advance ballots.PresidentClinton/Kaine — 515Trump/Pence — 1,933County Commissioner, 3rd DistrictStephen S. Dlabal, R-Wilson — 477Michael J. Peschka, D-Wilson — 376County ClerkShelly Bettenbrock Vopat, D-Ellsworth... + continue reading
Oiler Alex Barton (34) returns a kickoff as Dalton Beck (2) blocks beneath a painted sky Tuesday, in Claflin. I/R photo by Mark McCoy

 

 

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CLAFLIN — The Central Plains Oilers won the 8-man Division I Bi-District trophy with a convincing 60-20 win over the Argonia-Attica Titans Tuesday in Claflin.The Titans had a two-point lead early in the first quarter, but the Oilers capitalized on a fumble and interception to pull way by halftime. The O-men owned the second half of the contest.... + continue reading

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Wilson’s Brady Mermis goes up for a bucket before being fouled Friday in Wilson. I/R photo by Mark McCoy.

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LYONS — The Ellsworth Bearcats beat the Lions of Lyons 49-37 in a non-conference baksetball game at Lyons. The ‘Cats took control of the game in the third quarter. The Lady ‘Cats got a big first... + continue reading

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By Jerry Marsh A growing number of mainstream journalists and pundits are bending over backwards to show Mr. Trump some charity. I will pass on that. ... + continue reading