Stacie Schmidt remembers watching her father, Larry Schmidt, play the part of Sheriff Chancey Whitney each year during the Ellsworth Cowtown Days celebration. For many years, Larry reprised the role
Trisha and Justin Nelson shared more than a marriage and three children. They also were born on the same day, July 10, in different years. Trisha celebrated her 40th birthday
From the files of the July 25, 1957 edition of The Ellsworth Reporter. BUT IT’S THE TRUTH On good authority it is stated that the grasshoppers are getting so thick
WILSON — Haley Piroutek of Belleville was crowned the 2019 Miss Kansas Czech-Slovak Queen Saturday, during the 31st annual pageant conducted as part of the Wilson’s After Harvest Czech Festival.
Virginia “Gin” Szagola is roughly half-way finished with her trip across the United States and she already has enough for a book. For the most part, she has been greeted
It’s a 96-degree day and you decide to go cool off at the swimming pool. While in the water, you hear a whistle blow and then see a lifeguard dive
Henry T. Titus was an adventurer and soldier of fortune who had participated in a failed invasion of Cuba led by Narsico Lopez in 1850. The foray was quickly repelled.
Perhaps federal and state lawmakers could take a lesson from Ellsworth’s Cowtown past in the wake of recent shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio. Then, just as now,
Could the extension service do for health what it has done for agriculture through the years? During the past century, American agriculture — with assistance from agricultural research and extension
It’s that time of the year again when summertime store displays change, and parents begin filling shopping carts with glue bottles, wide-ruled paper, crayon boxes, flashy backpacks, trendy lunch boxes