Month: February 2018

A crowd of more than 100 braved the wintry weather Wednesday night to attend the Allen County Conservation District’s Annual Meeting.The event allowed District officials to update the community on expenditures and projects over the…

Not long after she graduated high school, Krystian Fish learned her best friend had been seriously injured in a car accident. Another driver apparently had been using his phone, ran a red light and smashed…

The Allen County men had their biggest win of the season when they took down No. 11 Hutchinson Wednesday night 87-86. The Red Devils ran hot from behind the arc, hitting 17 of 32 threes…

HUMBOLDT — Goings-on at the State Legislature are on the agenda for a public meeting Monday at Humboldt City Hall.State Representatives Adam Lusker, Kent Thompson and Larry Hibbard and State Senator Dan Goddard are scheduled…

Hours after a gunman killed 17 students and teachers at a Parkland, Fla., high school, social media posts surged.Unfortunately, many  were not out of sympathy or encouraging of constructive debate,  but an effort to sow…

After weeks of begging, pleading, yelling, worrying, screaming, hair-pulling and sleep-loss, Iola boys basketball coach Luke Bycroft is finally seeing the team he envisioned when the Mustangs started the 2017-18 season.For the past two games,…

For the second time this season, the Wellsville Lady Eagles’ high-powered offense and suffocating press proved too much for the Iola girls in the Fillies’ 69-43 home loss on Wednesday. The first matchup between the…

For the second time in the program’s three-year history, the Humboldt Cubs are headed to the 3-2-1A State Wrestling Tournament in Hays. Last weekend, seniors Noah Johnson (220-pound) and Seth Hegwald (195-pound), junior Dagen Goodner…

Dear editor,A recent public notice first published in the Register on Jan. 25 lists 49 separate pieces of real estate in Allen County that will be sold at auction at the courthouse on March 7.…

A new elementary school for kindergarten up through fifth grade appeared the most popular of options explored Monday night by members of a steering committee reviewing Iola schools.With a focus solely on how elementary education…