Robin and Joy Robertson are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Joy Elizabeth Robertson, to Jeremy Michael Costello, son of Ray and Rhoda Costello.
Pedal Express draws crowd
William and Sherry Neier of Ashland, Kan., and Keith and Pam Johnson of Benton are pleased to announce the joining of their families with the marriage of their children, Katelyn Jo (Neier) Johnson and Christopher Scott Johnson.
Severe thunderstorm chances remain in the forecast for South Central Kansas for Wednesday evening/overnight.
Jared Estes came to town to share his story of tragedy and of hope
Andover’s Meadowlark Elementary School is one of 16 schools nationwide, and the only school in Kansas, to win $5,000 from a “Box Tops for Education” sweepstakes.
For five years, El Dorado High School has earned the distinction of being an Apple Distinguished School.
The Augusta Public Library hosted Easter Egg-stravaganza Friday morning with lots of egg decorating projects for kids. The Story Time children also enjoyed an Easter egg hunt earlier in the week.
Flynn Donoho has traveled to 48 states, some multiple times, all on a mission to raise awareness of and money for cancer, as well as spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Three Augusta churches hosted the 17th annual Easter Egg Hunt in Garvin Park Saturday. Life Church, Augusta United Methodist and First Southern Baptist Church hosted the event with the help of local businesses who provided prizes. Pastor Paul Andrews of...
More than 500 people attended the Easter Egg Hunt in Andover's Central Park hosted by Epic Church Saturday. The church provided balloon animals, photos with the Easter Bunny, and Easter Egg hunting with prize eggs.
The coroner said 18-month-old Jayla Haag had bruises all over her body, multiple burn marks and six missing teeth when she died on March 30, 2012. But when Butler County Judge David Ricke sentenced Jayla’s mother for involuntary manslaughter last...
An early morning crash left a home at 510 W. Clark damaged.
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
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