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Think of it as a theater production. The curtain opens on a young man, following a trail through the woods. Along the way, he meets a romantic interest, ends up in a new place and…

At just 43 years old, William Galloway’s life was changed when he suffered a brain injury when he was hit by a drunk driver, a repeat offender. On Thursday, Galloway was in Iola as part…

Comics have rules. Middle school has rules. Everyone has rules. Flint, the main character in the novel “Squint,” likes to keep a list of rules. He uses them to help him navigate the treacherous territory…

The one that got away. We all have someone in our past who makes us wonder how different our lives might have been, “if only.” But, “time only goes in one direction.” Such is the…

County officials assured a Gas City man about the security of local elections, after he expressed concerns about fraud in the 2020 presidential election. A public demonstration is offered later this month to educate voters…

Advance voting for Allen Countians wishing to make their choices for local city or school board elections starts next week — as long as you’re registered to do so. Those who are not registered to…

LAHARPE — LaHarpe is in the mood for some fall cleaning. LaHarpe PRIDE Committee members and roughly two dozen Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints missionaries will take part in their annual cleanup day…

A bee visits a wild sunflower on 200 Road north of Iola Monday.

Interest in the Regional Rural Technical Center in LaHarpe continues to grow, with a record 87 students taking part in five areas of study, and two new teachers who are familiar faces to Iola High…

The Allen County Health Department now has the Pfizer COVID-19 booster dose available for those who qualify. The booster shots are available for those who have received the complete series of Pfizer vaccine at least…