Dillons of El Dorado, located at 700 N. Main, celebrated its grand re-opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony this morning.
Representatives from townships gathered in El Dorado recently for the annual Butler County Township meeting
The Butler Community College vocal music students will be presenting their spring concert this week.
The largest cast and crew in 12 years at Flinthills High School is working diligently present one of the most noted musicals of all time, "The Sound of Music!"
Meteorologists continue to call for a slushy rain/snow mix to visit the region Friday night and on into Saturday.
The Douglass Community Impact Fund is for community grant making
The garden yields a wide variety of produce each year
The 40 year tradition continues
Mike Ronen will be replacing retiring Norm Wilks, director of USD 409 fiscal services.
The Coutts Museum of Art held its membership reception last week.
After a brief four-month tenure as city manager, Gabriel Gonzalez resigned Monday night at the Augusta City Council meeting.
Gary and Becky Davenport of El Dorado are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Justine Davenport of El Dorado, to Scott Sandstrom of Emporia, son of Jeff and Jane Sandstrom of Marysville, Kan.
About 15 eagles were seen on the Bluestem side of El Dorado Lake Thursday morning.
The Andover Public Library held its Downton Abbey tea party this past weekend.
Over the weekend of Feb. 22 and 23, the local committees of the Friends of the NRA met in Junction City for an annual workshop and meeting to approve and recommend NRA HQ approval for over sixty different grant requests made by various groups in and...
It was an evening all about the members Thursday night during the Coutts Museum of Art annual Membership Appreciation event.
Young athletes in El Dorado will soon have a new turf field to practice and compete on through an agreement with the El Dorado YMCA and El Dorado Middle School.
Dr. Christopher Siwek, orthopedic surgeon, has announced his retirement from his medical practice effective March 31.
The Andover City Council voted 6-0 on Tuesday night to raise the town’s transient guest tax from 5 percent to 6 percent. This tax is charged to all guests who stay at either of the town’s two hotels.
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