An historic home near Rosalia burned down Wednesday.
Looking ahead to the weekend forecast and beyond, there is a little more hope for some precipitation between this weekend and the middle of next week.
There is a need for more volunteers this summer as a result of expanding to two locations five days a week
Event raised more than $18,400
Changing the boundaries was a hot topic at Monday night’s school board meeting
The First Baptist Church of El Dorado will begin their performances tonight of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus in a program called Still Alive...Still the Story. The performance will begin at 7 p.m. in the CLC of the First Baptist Church. The...
A musical opportunity
A fire damaged an apartment complex at 619 N. High St. early Tuesday morning in El Dorado.
People were running, hopping and gathering eggs during the second annual Tri-County CASA Rabbit Run and Bunny Hop Sunday afternoon at BG Products Veterans Sports Complex.They began with a 5K run, followed by Easter eggs for the kids. The event raised...
Kent Bush elected to the Kansas Press Association Board of Directors
Hunters, guides and friends celebrated the heritage of hunting, as well as this year’s hunt, at the Governor’s One Shot Turkey Hunt banquet Saturday evening.Rob Keck served as the emcee for the evening.“It’s far more than wild...
Rainbows United hosts glow run/walk fundraiser
The Butler County History Center and Kansas Oil Museum has a new oil rig erected on the premises thanks to a crew of hard working men Wednesday morning.
Twelve members of the Augusta Lions club met on Sunday at Brown Park to set up two handicap tables the club donated to the park. The wooden tables remaining at Brown Park will be refurbished by the city and taken to Santa Fe Lake. After finishing the...
Bruce Huss of Wichita will perform some new original music and selections from his CDs “Acoustical Romance” and “Patience” during the Coutts Museum of Art will be holding their monthly Brown Bag Lunch Program at noon Tuesday.
Head Start in El Dorado held its first car show Thursday morning at the Train Depot.
The Augusta First Baptist Preschool held its annual celebration of The Week of the Young Child with a number of special events.
The 2014 Friends of Education nominees were recognized April 5 at a brunch held at Mulvane High School.
Augusta firefighters quickly responded and extinguished a fire at 1213 Hooper Saturday.
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