Monday Aug 18
As Congress Fails To Support Wind Power, More U.S.-Made Wind Turbines Are Being Sold Overseas
A rainbow is the backdrop for wind turbines at the Smoky Hill Wind Farm near Ellsworth, Kan., Monday, Feb. 20, 2012.
K-Highway 14 south of Ellsworth re-opens
Merge UKansas Highway 14, which has been closed south of Ellsworth to the junction of Kansas Highway 4 since early June, re-opened to traffic Friday morning.
Cattle drive photos on display at Ellsworth gallery
This photo by Stan Shook of Wichita shows Buffalo Soldier re-enactors leading the 2011 cattle drive through downtown Ellsworth.
Western presents Drovers Hall of Fame with donation
Attending Thursday night's presentation at the Ellsworth Arts Arts Council Gallery were, from left, Jim Gray, executive director of the National Drovers Hall of Fame; Dennis Katzenmeier and Troy Soukup, board members; Jeanne Plett, board president; Dennis Deines, member services for Western Cooperative Electric; Darrin Lynch, general manager of ... (more)
Wilson After Harvest Czech Fest is underway
Four young girls took the first step toward possibly being a future Miss Kansas Czech-Slovak Queen Thursday night at the Wilson School Commons by winning the After Harvest Czech Festival's Princess and Mini Princess Pageant.
Eva Mae Stone
Eva Mae Stone, 83, died Wednesday, July 23, 2014, at her home in Kanopolis. She was born Jan. 31, 1931 in Graham, Texas to Brantley C. and Anna Needham.
Cowtown to be flush with drawings
The world's largest gift basket? Probably not. But it's going to be big - and packed with almost $1,000 in gift certificates and merchandise from Ellsworth businesses.