HUMBOLDT — Minutemen were farmers and merchants and school teachers who answered the Revolution’s call — in a minute’s time — whenever a colonial response to British troops was required. Humboldt today has its own version, its volunteer firefighters.... [More]
Professional ball players talk about “feelin’ the love” of fans, coaches and teammates in their decision to commit to a certain team. Iola’s Ryan Coffield can relate. In weighing a decision to return home to practice dentistry, Coffield was wooed, courted... [More]
More than 70 attended the 98th Annual Allen County Kansas Farm Bureau meeting at Iola High School on Thursday night. Attendees were treated with a special presentation from Iola High School graduate Chase Regehr, who spoke about his time in Taiwan. Several farmers were also recognized... [More]
There are only a handful of people you can call when one of your cows develops a bacterial infection known as “wooden tongue” or when another of your cows has a prolapsed uterus or when your horse gets hit with an eye problem. Russ Baxley, the owner-operator of the... [More]
Paul Beasley, left, works on installing new swings next to the LaHarpe City Hall. Six swings were donated to the city by Brenda Knavel and Cindy Stokes. The swings were dedicated in memory of longtime citizen Violet Lee.
Osawatomie (AP) — A slight echo carries your footfalls as you walk the aisles of what used to be Moon’s grocery store. Some dry goods remain on the shelves, but most are bare. The coolers stand empty. No cars in the parking lot. The last grocery store, the final place... [More]
Allen County commissioners authorized emergency repairs to Delaware Road — often referred to as Tank Farm Road, just south of Humboldt — Tuesday morning. Mitch Garner, director of Public Works, said a patch of the hard-surfaced road west of the viaduct that carried... [More]
The first week of practice has finished across the state of Kansas as school officially starts up. Be sure to look for the Register’s Fall Sports Teams preview in next week’s Weekender Edition featuring area athletes from Iola, Humboldt, Yates Center, Marmaton Valley,... [More]
Monday marked the first day of fall practice. Teams around the state hit the field, court and road in preparation for the 2017 season. Yates Center cross country runners, from left, Collin Bedell, Jordan Smith and Hadley Splechter, go for a run. The Humboldt football team begins... [More]
Sheri Middleton sat at home during Christmas break in 2015 and waited. The Humboldt native had just finished a year and a half at Fort Scott Community College where she played for the Greyhound volleyball team for two fairly successful seasons. Middleton had made the short... [More]
Annalise Whitcomb looked out over the city lights emanating from a small village in the mountains. She and her teammates had taken a cable car to a nearby mountain, and that’s when it clicked. It may not have clicked at the Leaning Tower of Pisa, St. Peter’s... [More]
“It occurs to me that, just as the Carthaginians hired mercenaries to do their fighting for them, we Americans bring in mercenaries to do our hard and humble work. I hope we may not be overwhelmed one day by peoples not too proud or too lazy or too soft to bend to the earth... [More]
Like President Trump, I’m no historian. So I do my homework. Would that he. Earlier this week Mr. Trump painted George Washington and Gen. Robert E. Lee as not only contemporaries, but practically best friends when he said the two had much in common as slave owners and... [More]
To survive, a family needs an income of at least 200 percent of the Federal Poverty Level. In Allen County 5,215 people live below 200 percent of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. That is almost equal to the entire population of Iola. In Allen County 2,407 residents live below... [More]
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