Don't count your chickens before ...
HERINGTON — The question of whether Herington residents will be allowed to keep chickens remains unanswered. The overall question concerns a proposed ordinance relating to the keeping of domestic animals, exotic animals and farm animals within the corporate limits of the city....more»
District contracts with MHS
Although head injuries and concussions suffered by football players on the field receive the major focus of attention, injuries happen in other sports as well....more»
Ready to break ground
A groundbreaking ceremony has been scheduled for the first new school to be built in Abilene in nearly 40 years. During a special meeting Wednesday evening, the USD 435 Board of Education set the groundbreaking ceremony for Eisenhower Upper Elementary at noon Tuesday, Sept....more»
Getting 'his shine on'
Troy Elkins, museum technician, with the help of Matthew Thompson, registrar, employees of the Eisenhower Presidential Library, Museum and Boyhood Home, use buffing rags to get the statue of President Dwight D....more»
Senior service
As Pat Sweeney strolled to the pitcher’s mound in her button-up, collared sweater, ball in hand, the crowd began to applaud. The white-haired longtime Abilene resident was selected by the North-Central Flint Hills Area Agency on Aging to throw the first pitch at one of the Aug....more»



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