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Dean Wilson | Free  Emporia Gazette

Dean Wilson, 87, long-time farmer and rancher, of rural Hartford, Kansas, passed away Tuesday, June 4, 2019, at the Coffey County Hospital in Burlington.



Sandra Kay Dill | Free  Emporia Gazette

Sandra Kay Dill, 70, of Coffeyville formerly of Hartford, KS passed away Thursday, May 2, 2019 at Medicalodge of Coffeyville.



Good call: Transfer to Babson worked out well for Nighthawks' Allard  Valley News

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Jordy Allard found himself second-guessing the decision to transfer to Babson College. He remembers asking himself if it was the ...



Brian Lee Kitt | Free  Emporia Gazette

Brian Lee Kitt passed away March 27, 2019, in Las Vegas. He was born September 7, 1964, in Emporia, KS, to Sidney Frederick and Julia Ann (Smith) Kitt.



Charles Herbert “Herb” Breed | Free  Emporia Gazette

Charles Herbert “Herb” Breed, 80, passed away Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at his home in Hartford. He was born June 12, 1938 in Emporia, Kansas the only ...



Wesley H. Burris Jr. | Free  Emporia Gazette

Wesley H. Burris Jr., 54, passed away Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at his mother's home in Hartford. He was born on September 23, 1964 in Iola, Kansas the son of ...



First Team  The Garden City Telegram

Each year, The Topeka Capital-Journal chooses the All-State Academic Team, a recognition of the best and brightest young minds the Sunflower State has to ...



Linhart impacted many lives over career | Free  Emporia Gazette

Bill Linhart made an impact on many people at some point in their lives, whether if it was as a coach, teacher or an official.



21 Hartford High School FBLA members place at District VII Conference  Emporia Gazette

The Hartford High School Future Business Leaders of America group competed at the District VII FBLA Conference Jan. 31 at Emporia State University.



About Town | Community  Emporia Gazette

Embrace Church Clothing Ministry. Embrace Church of Emporia is accepting donations of gently used, like new or new clothing for its clothing ministry.



EHS senior earns National Merit recognition | Latest News And Features  Emporia Gazette

An Emporia High School senior who earned three top academic awards for exceptional academic promise was honored during a ceremony Tuesday morning at ...



Hopkins Project Awards announced Tuesday | Free  Emporia Gazette

Educators from around Lyon County were recognized for their continued commitment to innovation in the classroom when Hopkins Foundation Vice President ...



Barrett, Kistner new coaches at Hartford | Area News  Emporia Gazette

Hartford High School will have two new head coaches for two of its fall sports.



USD 252 breaks ground on multimillion dollar facilities improvements  Emporia Gazette

Cold, early-morning temperatures didn't affect the enthusiasm of the students and staff of Neosho Rapids Elementary School Thursday morning during a ...



Dunlap Memories | News  Emporia Gazette

When asked what year he left Dunlap, Ezell M. Boyce answered, “I never really left.”



After 79 years, Hartford Penny Suppers still serving community  Emporia Gazette

If you ask anyone at the Hartford United Methodist Church why they come together the first Saturday of every month for the Penny Suppers, they'll tell you it's ...



Red Cross in need of donations | Area News  Emporia Gazette

Eligible blood donors of all blood types — especially type O — are urged to give blood through the American Red Cross now to help ensure a sufficient supply ...



Kelley retires after more than 50 years | Latest News And Features  Emporia Gazette

After 33 years in business, Carpet & More has closed its doors for the last time, and owner Brian Kelley is looking forward to retirement later.



Young anglers haul in wide variety of fish at Waconda Lake fishing tournament  The Topeka Capital-Journal

It was a windy day, but 131 young anglers competed last weekend in the 14th annual Glen Elder Youth Fishing Tournament at Waconda Lake.The tournament ...



Local students recognized for academic and other honors  Topeka Capital Journal

Stuart Sprague of Manhattan was recently selected as one of 10 Kansas State University graduate students to earn honors at Research and the State held in the ...



Rapp, Larry F. 1947-2016 | Obituaries  News-Press Now

WAVERLY, Kan. Larry Franklin Rapp, 69, Waverly, died at the Coffey County Hospital on December 27, 2016. Larry was born on February 10, 1947, in St.



MaxPreps/NSCAA High School State Players of the Week for October 17-23, 2016  MaxPreps

MaxPreps News - MaxPreps, the online high school sports leader and The National Soccer Coaches Association of America team up to honor the nation's best.



'Skinny' Spatz: Kansas' Doolittle Raider | News  Emporia Gazette

Editor's Note: This is the first in a series of three articles on the 75th anniversary of the raid over Tokyo immediately following the bombing of Pearl Harbor.



Lyon County welcomes new deputies | News  Emporia Gazette

The Lyon County Sheriff's Office recently hired three new deputies.



US Top 500 Outdoor Returnees: Tyrese Cooper Returns In 2018 To Defend His Title  MileSplit

Fastest man in the country? That's an unwritten title in some ways. You can win state titles, maybe a national championship. But did you end the season with the ...



FHSU to Honor 7 at Homecoming  hays Post

Six alumni and one friend of Fort Hays State University will be honored at the Alumni Awards and Recognition Banquet Friday, Oct. 4, during Homecoming ...



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