Enjoy Chapter Two of the "Kidnapping of Mrs. Santa"
Sterling is noted for being the location of two notable movies: Hollywood’s 1955 “Picnic” and the 1984 made-for-television movie “Parade.” Now a third movie can be added to that list: “The Murphy S
As she gazed at the falling snow Friday, Randi (Deming) Nienke learned that Ellsworth schools planned to dismiss early due to the winter weather.
This past week, while reading Alan Rusch’s story on the monthly Ellsworth County Medical Center board meeting, I felt an overwhelming need to thank the many professionals who are helping Ellsworth County through the worst pandemic since the 1918 flu that killed thousands of Americans.
From the files of the February 9, 1984 edition of The Ellsworth Reporter.
KANOPOLIS — Tom Wilkinson is the newest member of the Kanopolis City Council. At the Nov. 10 meeting, he was sworein to succeed Matt Munoz, who recently resigned.
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“Come on, people, smile on your brother, everybody get together
Charlie Jennison bristled just a bit after two “school girls” passed him as he stood in the doorway of his hotel/saloon.
Through vertical consolidation, corporate farms control the majority of Kansas’ beef, swine, dairy and poultry operations. (Socially Responsible Agriculture Project)
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It’s doubtful downtown Ellsworth will ever appear on the nightly news with looters running in and out of burning stores hauling away as much merchandise as possible before order is restored.