For the last 22 years, the local airport’s pancake feed was a fly-in event. But this year, the term "fly-in" has been removed. It’s hard for planes to land when the runway isn’t open. But that’s not expected to stop crowds from ... click to go to our website and read more »
It’s ironic the name of the act that changed school lunches has "hunger-free" in the name, because some students say the lunches leave them hungry before the end of the school day. While the Sonic ... click to go to our website and read more »
Collin Ryan points out highlights of his science fair display, "The Science of Ropes," to attendees at St. Andrew’s Spring Program. The evening included a spring music program directed by music ... click to go to our website and read more »
Strawberries are the first fruit to ripen in the spring! Fresh strawberries are tasty by themselves or in any meal or beverage. Strawberries are the perfect snack on-the-go, they are delicious added ... click to go to our website and read more »
KANSAS CITY — The Kansas Shrine Bowl has announced that Dalton Goodwin of Abilene High School has been selected by a mail ballot of sports media professionals and the 2015 Kansas Shrine Bowl coaching ... click to go to our website and read more »
CONCORDIA — The Abilene Cowgirl softball bats were swinging for the fences at Concordia Tuesday. The Cowgirls had a combined 33 hits in the North Central Kansas League double-header and they won ... click to go to our website and read more »
CHAPMAN — The Chapman Lady Irish softball team scorched the Council Grove pitchers for 26 runs on 27 hits in a double header Tuesday. Chapman won the first game 12-8 and took the nightcap 14-5. Abby ... click to go to our website and read more »
CONCORDIA — The North Central Kansas League leading Concordia Panthers remained undefeated in conference play with a double-header sweep of the Abilene Cowboys Tuesday. The league leading pitching ... click to go to our website and read more »
Marci Penner, well known advocate of tourism will be guest speaker at the annual Abilene Convention & Visitors Bureau Tourism Luncheon on Friday, May 8 in the Eisenhower Presidential Library Courtyard.
Women in agriculture are invited to attend a comfortable evening full of education and fun. The first ever "Women Managing the Land" meeting will be held on Thursday, May 14, at Sterl Hall. Registration
The Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum is currently seeking food vendors for the annual D-Day commemoration concert on Saturday, June 6. Symphony at Sunset will take place on the Eisenhower campus
Dickinson and Geary County Extension offices will host Tractor Safety Training from 5 to 9 p.m. May 6 and 7 in the district gym at Chapman Middle School, 624 Marshall Ave. Persons ages 14 and 15 are required
Dickinson and Geary County Extension offices will be hosting a Tractor Safety Training from 5 to 9 p.m. on May 6 and 7 in the district gym at Chapman Middle School, 624 Marshall Ave. Persons ages 14 and
Should the city of Abilene and Dickinson County continue exploring a proposal to place the Abilene Police Department and Dickinson County Sheriff's Department in a proposed justice center?