NEWS

Freedom Ministries’ new home

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Iola’s Freedom Ministries, which provides evangelical outreach for jail and prison inmates across the state, has relocated to 204 S. State St. from the old Hawk Travel offices on South Washington Avenue. Shown here is the Freedom Ministries team, from left, Tom Bevard,... [More]

Humanity House announces plans for next fundraiser

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A November fundraiser to help local residents pay their utility bills was a success, Iolan Tracy Keagle said, but with such a high demand, those funds are being drained rapidly. Keagle, on behalf of Humanity House, approached Iola City Council members Monday with her group’s... [More]

Council says no to moving meetings

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The Iola City Council will continue to meet on the second and fourth Mondays of each month at the New Community Building at Riverside Park. The decision came after a debate Monday among Council members and Iolan Larry Walden, who first brought up the idea of the city switching... [More]

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SPORTS

Ponies take three of four in Osawatomie

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OSAWATOMIE — The Iola seventh-grade varsity boys notched a big 31-20 win over Osawatomie on Monday. The Ponies got off to a quick start and built a 19-9 halftime lead with Ryker Curry and Karson Sigg leading the way. Curry had 10 points while Sigg added nine. “Ryker... [More]

Mustangs’ toughness cements win

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BURLINGTON — A third-place finish is never the Mustangs’ goal when they begin a tournament, but knowing that the Burlington Invitational was so loaded this season that the seventh-place game featured Burlington and Prairie View — two top-ten ranked squads —... [More]

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OPINIONS

Letter to the editor — Jan. 24, 2017

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To the editor, The results of the presidential election that proceeds an inauguration can affect everyone, no matter what an individual’s political vent may be: Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, independent or other. Some people may like the results while others may not.... [More]

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