Barnes begins the Christmas season with parade, shopping
Thursday, December 5, 2019
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Santa Claus leaves the Sunflower Mercantile after stopping for a visit on Saturday during the Barnes Lighted Horse Parade festivities around town. Crowds of shoppers, below, started their gift hunt at several shops that were open in town. The Lighted Horse Parade lit up the start of the... + continue reading
CLIFTON-CLYDE CHEERLEADERS

Members of the Clifton-Clyde High School Cheer Squad include, top row, from left, Gracie Ostermann, Marrisa Francis, Kadence Francis; middle, Brianna Afolter, Rylie Knox, Trinity Robbins; bottom, Ashton Kahrs, Christiana Bennington, Kynnedi Steinbrock, Brooklyn Stevens.

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Peterson stone house may have been empty for 80 years

Photo by HEIDI RESCO

Heidi Rescoe, of Clyde, photographed a stone house between Brantford and Haddam that now belongs to the Peterson family. The photo appeared in a 2006 calendar.

Thursday, November 28, 2019
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Like many long-empty stone houses in the county, details about a stone house owned by the Peterson family are few and far between. This particular house, which is located near Eagle Road a couple miles north of K-148 between Haddam and Brantford, raised a few families over the years. John... + continue reading
Otott crowned national FFA champ in agronomy

The agronomy team included, right to left, Michaela Jueneman, Grace Otott, Alyssa Kern, Luke Gauby and coach John Kern.

Thursday, November 28, 2019
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The Washington County FFA chapter represented Kansas in the National Agronomy Career Development Event recently. The team was named reserve national champion, and Grace Otott placed first overall. Alyssa Kern finished 10th, Luke Gauby placed 12th and Michaela Jueneman placed 13th out of more than... + continue reading
Hanover headed to substate

Emmitt Jueneman, left, and Jonah Weber take down the St. Paul running back.

Thursday, November 21, 2019
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Hanover scored 38 points in the first quarter of their sectionals game at St. Paul on Friday. In each of their possessions, it took less than two plays per possession to score each of their five touchdowns. They also converted four of their five two-point conversion attempts in that quarter.... + continue reading

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12/05/2019
Washington – Santa and Mrs. Claus will make their annual visit to Washington this Saturday, Dec. 7, from 10 to 11 a.m. at Washington City Hall. Children can get their photo taken with Santa and Mrs. Claus, and there will be refreshments and drawings for... + continue reading
12/05/2019
The 40th -annual Santa’s Gifts and Goodies Craft Show will be Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Washington East Elementary gym. The event opens to the public at 8:30 a.m. and runs until 2 p.m. Twenty-eight vendors will be set up in the 45 spaces sold. To... + continue reading

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Are elk returning to their historic range?

Two elk were caught on Darin Rothlisberger’s gamecam near the Washington-Republic county line last year. He also heard of another bull elk south of Barnes about three weeks ago, a week before the elk was shot in Kimeo Township.

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Elk have roamed throughout the Great Plains since before Euro-Americans settled the area. Their presence in what would later become Kansas was documented by Lewis and Clark in 1804, when their famous Missouri River expedition stopped on the Kansas Side of the river in Doniphan County. An academic... + continue reading
Washington Chamber begins holiday events
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The Washington Chamber of Commerce is planning several holiday events over the next couple of weeks, including a Small Business Saturday event, a Secret Santa event, and a medallion quest. The first event begins next week. The Washington Chamber of Commerce is encouraging people to find the... + continue reading
Hanover headed to substate

Emmitt Jueneman, left, and Jonah Weber take down the St. Paul running back.

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Hanover scored 38 points in the first quarter of their sectionals game at St. Paul on Friday. In each of their possessions, it took less than two plays per possession to score each of their five touchdowns. They also converted four of their five two-point conversion attempts in that quarter.... + continue reading

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Dems, media don’t accept results of ‘16 election From William Wineinger Wakefield Dear Editor, I feel that I must respond to last week’s (Nov. 28) letter to the editor.... + continue reading
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Basketball season will be underway for all of the local high school teams except for Hanover this week. Washington County will start with a long trip to Highland to play Doniphan West on Thursday... + continue reading
CLIFTON-CLYDE CHEERLEADERS

Members of the Clifton-Clyde High School Cheer Squad include, top row, from left, Gracie Ostermann, Marrisa Francis, Kadence Francis; middle, Brianna Afolter, Rylie Knox, Trinity Robbins; bottom, Ashton Kahrs, Christiana Bennington, Kynnedi Steinbrock, Brooklyn Stevens.

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