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Kansas Woman Charged with Letting Men Rape Her 2-Year-Old

Azzie Watson, 25, of Independence, was charged Tuesday with child abuse and endangerment. Her bond is set at $75,000.

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Senior Star debuts cutting edge exercise machine for Alzheimer's patients

Fredonia, Kansas is a small town of a little more than 2,000 people, about two hours north of Tulsa, and until last month, it was Mary Jean Browne's home.

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Why Is The City of Eureka Withholding 15% Of Some Insurance Proceeds?

City Ordinance 3949 outlines that when events such as fire or windstorm cause damage in excess of 75 percent of the face value of the insurance policy covering the structure, the insurance company “shall execute a draft payable to the city treasurer in an amount equal to the sum of 15 percent of the

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Annual Shooting Sports Competition Held

A total of 13 4-H members competed in the annual shooting sports event last Saturday at the Eureka Gun Range.To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital editionhttps://etypeservices.com/Eureka%20HeraldID679/

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Eureka Junior Golf Season Concluded With Forest Graves Junior Senior Tournament

The third annual Forest Graves Memorial Golf Tournament was held this year on Saturday, July 7. It signified the end of the 2018 Eureka Junior Golf season. A total of 12 teams competed.Following are the results from the tournament:To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital editionhttps:/

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Super Tag lottery permits drawn by Game and Parks

LINCOLN, Neb. — Zachary Welch of Ainsworth and Oren Smith of Parsons, Kansas, have been drawn as lottery winners of two Super Tag multispecies big game permits. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission drew the names July 10.

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Bartlesville Radio » News » Caney Man Arrested After Nowata County Chase

A police chase on Wednesday that started in Nowata County and ended in front of a liquor store in Bartlesville has led to an arrest. 19-year-old Collin Wright of Caney, Kansas was booked into the Nowata County Jail on charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.According to an affidavit, d

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West Mineral fishing tournament open to kids

WEST MINERAL, Kan. — The West Mineral Eagles 42nd annual Kids Free Fishing Tournament is scheduled Saturday at the Fraternal Order of Eagles, 106 Olive St.

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Sen. Moran tours Eureka damage, meets with residents

Sen. Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) received a progress report on the Eureka recovery efforts and met with residents at a town hall meeting.Photo courtesy Greenwood County Emergency ManagementEureka residents had a chance to visit with Sen. Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) Friday morning.It was Moran's first trip to Eure

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Indians work past Yates Center in final tune-up before Zone

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4-H Southeast District Horse Show

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Four generations of Luthi cattlemen collaborate for success

In Madison, Kansas, family roots run almost as deep as the resilient native bluestem grasses on the Luthi family cattle operation. Four generations work together to balance quality cattle and quality time on this expansive and diverse Flint Hills ranch.Dallas and Sarah Luthi represent the fourth gen

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Participated In Annual “Party In The Park” Parade Celebrated 150th Anniversary

Last Tuesday, The Eureka Herald reached a milestone as they marked 150 years of business in the city of Eureka. The celebration began with a special 150th anniversary reception on Tuesday, July 3.

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Oklahoma teenager drowns while helping girlfriend | Tulsa's 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic

TILLMAN COUNTY -There have been multiple reports of drownings in Oklahoma this week.The latest incident happened last night in Tillman County. The scene happened around 6:27 p.m. at the south end of Frederick Lake.In a press release, Oklahoma Highway Patrol report 18-year-old D'Antwan Hemphill swam

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Downtown Tulsa club evacuated in misunderstanding

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EF3 Tornado Not Stronger Than The Eureka Tornadoes

Students and parents, along with faculty, staff and volunteers have risen above the destruction. On more than one occasion, volunteers came together to clear debris left in the wake of the June 26, EF3 tornado that destroyed homes, businesses, McGinnis Field and the Community Activity Center (CAC).

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Three 18 year olds arrested in connection with thefts from vehicles in Bartlesville

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How did a tame Kansas thunderstorm suddenly produce the violent Eureka tornado?

The tornado that tore through Eureka late last month came from a storm that intensified so rapidly no warning was issued, officials say."It spun up so fast that we didn’t have quite enough time to get the tornado warning out in time," said Andy Kleinsasser, a meteorologist with the National Weather

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July Fourth injury tally includes blast wound, burns and a ruptured eardrum

WICHITA — Wichita-area emergency rooms reported more than three dozen fireworks injuries over the Independence Day holiday, including one patient who ruptured an eardrum by standing too close to an explosion.Wesley Healthcare handled 25 fireworks injuries between June 27 and July 4 at its emergency

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Woman killed by train near Quenemo

The Ottawa Herald says 54-year-old Linda Henderson of Topeka was driving a pickup Saturday when she tried to cross a railroad track east of Quenemo. Instead, a westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe hit the truck. Henderson was pronounced dead at the scene.

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