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Oklahoma teen dies after UTV crash
Officials say an 18-year-old girl was driving a Polaris Ranger with five other passengers, all juveniles except one with an unknown age, when the UTV “was traveling southbound on a golf cart path , lost control for an unknown reason, overturning.
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.
Bartlesville Radio » News » Bartlesville High School Commencement is Friday
KWON will broadcast the event. The broadcast is brought to you by Oklahoma Wesleyan University Adult Studies, Arvest Bank, Wasmiller Insurance, Bartnet IP, and Service & Technology Corporation.
Columbus Man Facing Felony Theft Charges - NewsTalk KZRG
A Columbus man has been arrested on suspicion of receiving stolen property. Earlier this week, Pittsburg Police began investigating the theft of construction equipment. It was learned the stolen equipment, which is worth over $30,000, might be in the Columbus area. Cherokee County Sheriff’s Deputies
Iola gets five on All-State team led by pitcher of the year Bycroft
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New Storm Sirens in Cherokee County?
The city of Columbus is looking at replacing two older sirens, and adding a third one for the north side of the city. Two other sirens will be added in rural parts of the county to add additional coverage in the event severe weather strikes. But officials say even if the grant requests for those sir
Oklahoma Wildlife Department Fishing Report
Bell Cow: May 21. Elevation normal, water murky. Crappie and white bass slow on jigs, minnows, and roadrunners along docks and riprap. Channel catfish slow on chicken liver, minnows, and worms along docks, riprap, and shorelines. Report submitted by Gary Emmons, game warden stationed in Lincoln Coun
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.
Bartlesville Radio » News » Semi Driver Injured in Osage County Accident
According to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report, 56 year-old Keith Schonherr of Nowata was eastbound on 60 and blew the front passenger side tire. His Kenworth went off the roadway to the right, travelled about 460 feet down an embankment, and hit a concrete spillway.
Columbus, KS Fire Truck Crashes After Driver Suffers "Medical Emergency"
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Kansas firefighter crashes fire truck into tree
Courtesy: Columbus, KS Fire RescueCOLUMBUS, Kan. (KSNF/KSNT) - A Southeast Kansas firefighter is in the hospital after a medial issue caused him to crash a fire truck into a tree.According to a Facebook post by Columbus Fire Rescue, the department was responding to a fire call shortly after 9:00 a.m
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
KS Firefighter Hurt in Apparatus Crash
A firefighter with the Columbus, KS, Fire and Rescue apparently suffered a medical emergency that caused him to run off the road and hit a tree.
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.
Southeast Kansas law enforcement sees decline in qualified applicants
For sheriff's and police chief's in Southeast Kansas it's a common struggle, but it could eventually become a big problem. They say when they have a job opening, they sometimes wonder if they'll be able to fill it.
Prosecutor charges Columbus man with possession of stolen property
COLUMBUS, Kan. — Deputies with the Cherokee County Sheriff's Department recovered more than $30,000 worth of stolen construction equipment this week at a property in Sherwin and arrested a 48-year-old man from Columbus on a charge of possession of stolen property.
Area pools prepare to open for season
With May so far significantly warmer than average, the arrival of swim season in the Four-State Area is well-timed. Temperatures have hovered in the mid-to-upper 80s this week and are projected to rise into the 90s next week. According to The Weather Channel, the average high for May in Joplin is 79
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
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
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.