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Korson completes leadership excellence course

Doniphan County's Director of Economic Development Adrienne Korson recently completed a three-day Leadership Excellence and Executive Coaching Course. The Leadership Course is designed for experienced leaders who are ready to take their leadership role to another level. Korson explained that key lea

HIAWATHAWORLDONLINE.COM - 2017-11-22 17:41:00

HAATS presents a hilarious Christmas spoof

HAATS Presents "The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society Christmas Carol" - A hilarious spoof of the beloved Dickens classic! The play depicts an amateur theater company attempting to stage "A Christmas Carol." With ridiculous accidents, nutty direction and frequent per


Former Kickapoo Tribal Chairman guilty of criminal charges

HORTON - Former Kickapoo Tribal Chairman Steve Cadue was convicted this week of fraudulent handling of recordable instrument and tampering with records. The other seven criminal counts against Cadue were dismissed upon entry of a plea agreement. Judge C. Steven Hager, judge of the Kickapoo Nation, a


Trotters come out for Parks & Rec event

On Saturday, Nov. 18, Hiawatha Parks & Recreation hosted the 1st Annual Turkey Trot 5K and Mile Fun Run/Walk. Parks & Rec Director Stacy Jasper said both routes traveled the walking path and sidewalks along the middle and high schools, Fisher Center and Noble Field. Prior to race day, 64 participant


D.C. Drug to open Nov. 28 in Troy

The City of Troy welcomes D. C. Drug, a new independent pharmacy located at 101 N. Main St. Adrienne Korson, Doniphan County Director of Economic Development said the community has wanted a pharmacy for quite some time. "We believe the last independent pharmacy closed in 2001 and one of the thing's

HIAWATHAWORLDONLINE.COM - 2017-11-22 17:50:00

Window Opening: Journey 'inside Santa's workshop'

With the theme, "Inside Santa's Workshop," Sabetha's annual Window Opening is set for 6 to 9 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 24. Throughout the evening, attendees can shop at downtown businesses, visit vendors along the downtown streets or at the Christmas Business/Craft Expo at Sabetha City Hall, take a hor


Club News: Sabetha Community Hospital Guild

The Sabetha Community Hospital Guild met at noon Monday, Nov. 20, at the EMS building. A delicious lunch of white bean chicken chili, corn bread and cookies was served. The meeting was opened by Deb Thompson, and discussion was held on the Bloodmobile, which will be in Sabetha on Tuesday, Nov. 21. M


State libraries give nod to Nancy Keith

The Kansas Library Association recently awarded one of its highest honors to an Effingham woman. Nancy Keith was named the recipient of the 2017 KLA Presidential Library Advocate Award. The award recognizes Keith for her efforts as an active advocate for library service improvements and information


Former chief enters no plea

November 22, 2017 STAFF REPORT A case of eight felony counts, including allegations of sexual penetration in commission of a felony against the former Tucumcari Fire Chief, was bound over Monday to district court. Shane Warner, 41, appeared before Quay County Magistrate Judge TJ O'Quinn represented


Mother accepts award for towman killed on roadside

November 22, 2017 Courtesy photo Linda Unruh wears the sash and Honor of Bravery medal presented to her on behalf of her late son Bobby Unruh at the American Towman Exposition Saturday in Baltimore, Maryland. The mother of a late Tucumcari resident received his posthumous Honor of Bravery medal at t


Woman makes plea to save condemned house that Belleville calls 'damaged and dilapidated'

Melinda Harris wants to save her Belleville home from demolition. But she faces a daunting task to resurrect the 600 Wabash Ave. house called an "eyesore" by neighbors and condemned by the city. Harris said she doesn't have any more money after giving at least $30,000 to two contractors to fix the h

NEWS-DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-24 15:00:00

Belleville apartment building evacuated after Thanksgiving Day fire

An apartment complex in downtown Belleville was evacuated after a fire broke out in one of the first-floor units Thursday afternoon. The fire started in the living room of a Carriage House Place apartment, Belleville Fire Department Battalion Chief Rick Wangelin said. It spread to the couch, chair a

NEWS-DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-24 02:01:00

Thanksgiving holiday dinner turkey food advice | Belleville News-Democrat

Surveillance footage of driver that damaged Madison County property Police are searching for a driver of a white four-door truck that caused around $20,000 in damage to Madison County property Nov. 11. Metro-East News Hofbrauhaus to open next year The Hofbrauhaus restaurant and brewery under


This is why Richland Creek was temporarily diverted in Belleville

Q: Can you tell me how and why they diverted Richland Creek in Belleville? C.A., of Belleville A: I assume you mean the diversion related to the ongoing cleanup of the old Belleville Gas Light & Coke Co. site in the 600 block of West Main from Main south to West Lincoln. As you probably know, Ameren


Hofbruhaus has yet another expected opening date in Belleville

There are signs of life at the Hofbruhaus under construction in Belleville but the German restaurant and brewery will not open in "late fall" as previously announced and is now scheduled to open early next year. Large Hofbruhaus signs have been affixed to the outside of the building off Illinois 15


Woman paints rocks for sisters killed in 2007 crash

The Collinsville community is remembering two teenage sisters killed in a horrific crash on I-64. On November 23, 2007, an Illinois State trooper was texting and driving 126 miles per hour when he struck Jessica and Kelli Uhl. It was the day after Thanksgiving. "It's sad," family friend Becky Loyet

KSDK - 2017-11-23 06:39:00

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Making sure the homeless and less fortunate have a meal on Thanksgiving

ST. LOUIS, MO - Food trucks spent Thanksgiving serving homeless people on the streets of downtown St. Louis and at the Brass Rail Restaurant in O'Fallon Missouri. They donated and delivered close to 7,000 dinners to families in need throughout the area. Hundreds have been working since Sunday to fe

KPLR11.COM - 2017-11-23 23:47:27

Motorcyclist killed in wreck near Hillsboro

Motorcyclist killed in wreck near HillsboroMotorcyclist killed in wreck near Hillsboro Updated: Thursday, November 23 2017 5:40 PM EST2017-11-23 22:40:29 GMT Police said a motorcyclist was killed in an accident just north of Hillsboro Thursday afternoonMore > Police said a motorcyclist was killed in

KMOV - 2017-11-24 01:40:00

Police say mother and son fired shots, both arrested on domestic violence charges

Altrenia Wilson and Seville Caldwell, booking photos courtesy of Multnomah County Jail PORTLAND, Ore. - Officers arrested a mother and son after responding to a shooting in Northeast Portland Wednesday night. Portland Police Bureau responded to the 10500 block of Northeast Davis Street around 8:30 p

ABCSTLOUIS.COM - 2017-11-23 10:30:08