Nancy Kozlowski went searching for her father’s family on Ancestry.com because she needed to know his medical history.
An implementation plan of a Community Health Needs Assessment was approved by the Board of Directors of Memorial Health System at its regular meeting on Tuesday.
Volunteering for Toys 4 Tots, Megan Armstrong shops among the donated toys this year that will be distributed Saturday. Last year 368 Dickinson County kids received gift bags through Toys 4 Tots. “It’s almost better than shopping for your own kids,” Armstrong said. Included in the gift bags …
A Hutchinson property owner was given an extra month to bring his building in Abilene up to compliance at the Abilene City Commission meeting on Monday at a public hearing.
A sale bill advertising Saturday’s auto equipment liquidation auction in the Abilene High School Vo-Ag building spurred school board discussion Monday night about options for students interested in pursuing a career in automotive technology.
Ken King lights one of the four center candles at the candle-lighting ceremony at Abilene Memorial Hospital on Tuesday evening. People at the ceremony lit their candles from the tapers in remembrance of loved ones who had died. The annual ceremony is organized by Home Health & Hospice of…
The Abilene High School Singers, directed by Danette Whiteley (left), performed a couple of Christmas carols Saturday night to those enjoying refreshments at the First Christian Church, 612 N. Buckeye, during the 43rd annual Homes for the Holidays Tour. Including a church is one of the tradi…
A Global Train Christmas fundraising concert will feature the voice of Katie Peterson, reigning Miss Southern States Princess of America pageant winner and National Princess of America participant, performing at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Emmanuel Church, 1300 N. Vine.
JUNCTION CITY — The Geary County Sheriff’s Office and Junction City Police Department are investigating the deaths of two men after a possible kidnapping in Junction City.
The driver of a pickup that crashed in the early morning hours of Sept. 17 has been arrested, accused in Dickinson County District Court of aggravated battery and DUI.
Note: This is the final installment in a series of articles regarding the USD 435 District Learning Update presented to Abilene Board of Education members during the Nov. 11 meeting.
The best option to resolve flooding in the northeast region of Abilene is for the city to build and maintain a detention lagoon, consultant Dennis Kissinger told the Abilene City Commission at a study session on Monday.
Hospice of Dickinson County is sponsoring its annual “Remember Me Tree,” to honor the memory of loved ones during the holiday season. It will be on display in the lobby of Memorial Hospital, 511 N.E. 10th Street through the end of December.
Note: This is the fourth in a series of articles regarding the USD 435 District Learning Update presented to the Abilene Board of Education at the Nov. 11 meeting. Part 3 discussed state assessment results that show students are doing a good job when it comes to reading and English but still…
Two semi tractors believed to have been stolen from Price Truck Line were discovered burned in Sedgwick County Friday.The trailers containing an assortment of merchandise stolen from the property have not been located.According to the Abilene Police Department, the gates to Price Truck Line,…
In an unanimous vote, the Abilene City Commission approved setting 4 p.m. Jan. 13 for a public hearing to establish a Community Development District of a development of a Holiday Inn in north Abilene at its regular meeting Monday.
Some might wonder why Chapman Board of Education incumbent Lara Strauss requested a recount when she lost her seat on the board by more than 200 votes during the 2019 General Election.
Five people were killed in crashes when a deadly snowstorm swept through Kansas on Friday. One was a former Dickinson County man and another was a 19-year-old killed in Dickinson County.
Dickinson County Commissioners heard from an Abilene woman Thursday who said she has deep concern about the future of the Dickinson County Historical Society (DCHS).