A humorous take on the mobile ballot box situation was set up on Wednesday in the open lot at the southwest corner of Highways 36 and 15 in Washington. The display was damaged that night, but was repaired before it was eventually removed. Blue spray paint was used to write “Biden” over a blue…
Hanover and Linn can expect to see their sports classification move up over the next several years, while Clifton-Clyde may stay about the same except for football. Washington County looks to stay around the same. Classifications for football are determined in twoyear cycles, using enrollment in…
School offcials and a couple parents met with Health Department director Tiffany Hayman and the Board of County Commissioners on Monday to ask questions related to student quarantines. This is the second week that discussion related to school quarantines has come to the commissioners. Hayman told…
About 750 Washington County residents have already voted in the Nov. 3 General Election as of Tuesday morning. County clerk Diana Svanda said 539 of the more than 950 advance ballots had already been returned. Two hundred and nine more people had voted in-person at the courthouse. Early voting at…
Ryan Stewart, a 2017 Washington County High School graduate, will be recognized as a National Finalist for the Star in Agricultural Placement Award. The national winners will be announced on Wednesday evening, Oct. 28, during the fourth session that will be broadcast live from 6 to 8 p.m. Each…
Washington County is up one active case of COVID-19 compared to last week. Tiffany Hayman, County Health Offcer, reported seven active cases of COVID, while there were six last week. The one hospitalization from last week has recovered. In total, there have been 38 cases of COVID-19 in Washington…
COVID-19 policies and procedures were reviewed in an Oct. 23 USD 108 special session. Present were Rod Stewart, Jill Hoover, Kevin Elliott, Keelie Welch, Rhonda Manley, Brad Jones and Kelsie Beikmann. Stewart said he asked for the special meeting before he and Supt. Denise O’Dea were to meet with…
Joan Kay Wohler, 69, died Oct. 25, 2020, at Topeka. She was born Sept. 12, 1951, at Concordia to Vernon Helms and Eva Carson. She was raised in the Linn community and was a graduate of Linn High School Class of 1969. She worked at the Linn Community Nursing Home and at Jack’s Food Market. She…
Donna Joyce (Line) Shoemaker, the daughter of Malcolm H. and Gladys M. (Haldeman) Line, was born Sept. 26, 1939, in Sabetha. She died Oct. 21, 2020, at the Belleville Health Care Center at the age of 81. She grew up on her family’s farm northwest of Haddam. She attended school in Haddam,…
John “Alvin” Holle, age 95, of Linn, formerly of Barnes, passed away on Oct. 23, 2020, at the Clay County Medical Center in Clay Center. John was born on Jan. 21, 1925, at his parent’s farm home south of Barnes. He is the son of Fred A. and Clara M. (Haverkost) Holle. After finishing the ninth…
Lylah June (Blanken) McCosh, age 86, of Manhattan, died Oct. 21, 2020, at the Good Shepherd Homecare and Hospice House in Manhattan. She was born June 30, 1934, in rural Linn, the daughter of Karl John William Blanken and Clara Emma Marie (Meyer) Blanken. Lylah graduated from Chapman High School…
Ryan Stewart, a 2017 Washington County High School graduate, will be recognized as a National…
Washington County is up one active case of COVID-19 compared to last week. Tiffany Hayman, County…
COVID-19 policies and procedures were reviewed in an Oct. 23 USD 108 special session. Present were…
A humorous take on the mobile ballot box situation was set up on Wednesday in the open lot at the southwest corner of Highways 36 and 15 in Washington. The display was damaged that night, but was repaired before it was eventually removed.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28 • Smoked pork chop supper -- 5 to 8 p.m. at the Cougars Den in Morrowville. FRIDAY, OCT. 30 - SUNDAY, NOV. 1 • Hearts ‘N Things Christmas…
On Oct. 13 in the 1400 block of Quivira Road Allie Rumsey, of Washington, was driving a 2008 Pontiac and collided with a deer. Damage was estimated at more…
Congressman Roger Marshall made a campaign stop on Monday in downtown Washington, during the early wintry weather that arrived Monday morning. Marshall met…
Hanover and Linn are scheduled to play in a Class 1A-Division II State Tournament quarterfinal match on Tuesday. With the changes by the Kansas State High…
Members of the Class 1A Substate Champion Linn Bulldogs volleyball team are, front row, from left, Lindsay Mueller, Kelsay Mueller, Maggie Hansen, Sophia Bott…
LEONARDVILLE – Clifton-Clyde qualified as a team in the girls Class 1A regional meet on Saturday at the Leonardville Golf Course and two individuals qualified…
Lylah June (Blanken) McCosh, age 86, of Manhattan, died Oct. 21, 2020, at the Good Shepherd Homecare and Hospice House in Manhattan. She was born June 30,…
John “Alvin” Holle, age 95, of Linn, formerly of Barnes, passed away on Oct. 23, 2020, at the Clay County Medical Center in Clay Center. John was born on Jan…
Donna Joyce (Line) Shoemaker, the daughter of Malcolm H. and Gladys M. (Haldeman) Line, was born Sept. 26, 1939, in Sabetha. She died Oct. 21, 2020, at the…
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Witt Keesecker hangs out with Coy Stamm’s pig during some down time at the Washington County Fair. The pig was extremely docile and Coy was able to roam around…
Zoe Sawin walks backward while leading a Holstein heifer on the fairgrounds on Saturday, while fellow Happy Workers 4Her Zachary Meyer gives her showing tips.…