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Watch as a Kansas deputy runs, narrowly escapes being hit at a traffic stop

Watch as a Greenwood County Sheriff's Office deputy narrowly escapes being hit while conducting a traffic stop in Eureka, Kansas. The patrol truck was damaged, but everyone is OK, a spokesman with the sheriff's office confirmed.

WICHITA EAGLE - 2018-05-27 00:00:00

Iola gets five on All-State team led by pitcher of the year Bycroft

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Lady Tornadoes Defeated By Cheney At Regionals

In round one on May 14, Eureka (4 seed) faced Caney (5 seed) and jumped up to an early 4-0 lead after the first. They added 2 in the second and 4 in the third, with Caney getting one back in the third. Going into the fourth inning, Eureka was up 10-1 and Caney attempted a comeback, scoring 6 of thei


Local Resident Won Dream Home In Wichita

Last Thursday, May 16, a ticket with a Eureka resident’s name on it was drawn as the winner of the St. Jude Dream Home.


Riley County advances with walk-off win over Humboldt

Ty Nelson’s goal was simple.The result was anything but.Nelson, Riley County’s senior shortstop, had an opportunity to drive in junior Tristan Kulp in the bottom of the ninth Thursday against Humboldt in the 3A state quarterfinals and provide a walk-off win.


Letter(s) To The Editor

I want to congratulate The Eureka Herald on turning 150 years old this year, but more important, I want to encourage Eurekans of all ages to continue to support Robin and her staff in their collective efforts to ensure that the paper remains both an effective means of advertising and a valuable sour


Area Athletes picking up medals during morning session at State Track Meet

Chonnor Ludolph finished in 2nd place in the 1A-boys 110 hurdles. Kelton Buettner of Hamilton finished in 8th place in the 110 hurdles.Jarett Rayburn of Hamilton and Jeban Gregg of Marais des Cygnes Valley tied for 4th place in the high jump.In the 1A boys javelin Stephen Stutesman of Madison finish

KVOE.COM - 2018-05-26 00:00:00

Cowgirl softball takes a swing at State

EMPORIA – The eighth seed Abilene Cowgirls will have an uphill battle as they enter their first trip to the state softball tournament since 2009. The Cowgirls (8-14) will square off against the number one seed Independence Lady Bulldogs (22-0).Independence, undefeated on the season, returns to the C


Council Grove girls third, boys fourth at Fredonia Regional

Sanaia Palmquist qualified for state in the 200m with a time of 27.21. Lauren Reddick also qualified for state in the 200m, taking fourth, recording a time of 27.23.


Yates Center ends season with loss to Cedar Vale in regionals

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CHS Class of 2018 to receive diplomas

Bergmann is the daughter of Dennis and Annie Bergmann. She was involved in Student Council, National Honor Society, Friends of Rachel, Science Club, FBLA, Panther Leadership Council, Renaissance, Language Club, volleyball, basketball and track and field. She will attend Fort Hays State University.


Hometown performers at the Riverfront Park

Kinley Rice and Jason Richison interact during their performance of a Johnny Cash song. Rice is a Fort Scott resident and Richison is a Fort Scott native. They performed with Rick Cook of Oswego and Seminole, a band from Oklahoma, during the Riverfront Festival held Thursday evening.Tammy Helm


Chase County boys top 1A regional at Burlington

Leading the way for the qualifying boys was Tanner Koch, who aided the 4x800 relay team to a first place time, as well as placing atop the field in the 300-hurdles. Koch finished his individual race in 45.51, joining Brock Lauer, Owen Eidman and Cory Johnson to finish the distance relay in 8:54.47.


Cleaver Farm and Home celebrates three generations of family business

Chris Cleaver, left, and Jason Cleaver stand outside Cleaver Farm and Home in Chanute, Kansas.


After-School Funding Remains on Thin Ice

Kindergartner Samantha White, center, and her sister Savannah White, 2, left, gaze at a birdseed-encrusted pine cone during a Jefferson Elementary School after-school activity in Iola, Kansas, with their parents and second grader Tyler Wright, 8, in the background.—Julie Denesha for Education Week


Cattlemen's meeting in Moline focuses on BVD and Neospora

Coover discussed Neospora canimum, a disorder found worldwide, and considered the most common cause of abortion in dairy and beef cattle in many parts of the USA. Infections are most common from eating infected material, generally spread through contaminated feces. One control method is to test for


Madison wins Kansas Wildlife Habitat Education contest

COLUMBUS — A team of youth from Madison, Kan. took top honors in the 2018 Wildlife Habitat Education Program state contest held recently.They beat a field of 13 teams and 51 participants to win the annual competition, which is sponsored by K-State Research and Extension to encourage youth to be wise


Cherryvale Man Dead After Two-Vehicle Crash - NewsTalk KZRG

A Cherryvale, Kansas man is dead after a fatal two-vehicle accident just south of Cherryvale Friday morning. The Kansas Highway Patrol says around 8:45 a.m., 87-year-old Lawrence Cretcher was traveling east on County Road 4800 when he stopped at a stop sign at the intersection of Highway 169. 46-yea


Copan church sustains storm damage

COPAN, Okla. -- A Copan church suffered major damage during severe storms Monday night.60 mile per hour winds moved through the area, which destroyed the roof of Freewill Baptist Church.The church did not have insurance, and is asking for community members to help out in any way possible.Stay in tou


Humboldt High journalists finish on top at state

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