NEWS

Church growth leads to plans for new home

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Old building to be used for Moran Public Library MORAN — After 16 months of unprecedented growth, Moran Baptist is building a new church.These days between 80 and 100 members fill the pews, a far cry from when Pastor Brock Goetsch first assumed the pulpit in May 2015.Then,... [More]

LaHarpe eyes code violators

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LAHARPE — A little common sense will go a long way when it comes to more strict enforcement of code violations, LaHarpe City Council members agreed Monday.The Council met in a special session with a handful of local residents who had been given notices on various violations... [More]

Family escapes burning van; comes to Iola

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A woman and her three children have relocated to Iola after a fire destroyed the minivan they were traveling in Saturday afternoon.According to the Salina Journal, Sarah Hasch, 24, and her three children were in the process of relocating from Kansas to Texas when her vehicle... [More]

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SPORTS

RIVALRY LESSON: Red Devils fall in four to Panthers

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Allen Community College volleyball coach Whitney Shaw knew that Tuesday’s contest against archrival Neosho County Community College would be a tough challenge for her team that had only one regular season game to prepare for the Panthers. “With our freshmen, we tried... [More]

Fillies finish fourth in their home Invitational

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The Fillies junior varsity volleyball squad had their way with every team they faced in the Iola Junior Varsity Invitational — except for one team.That team was their rival from just down the road in Humboldt. The Cubs beat the Fillies twice, winning 26-24, 25-17 in straight... [More]

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OPINIONS

Gift of new administrator, seeing Iola with fresh eyes

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Sid Fleming, Iola’s new city administrator, is giving us all the chance to start with a clean slate.So before you unload on him your version of Iola affairs, take a minute and please, refrain. Don’t cloud his vision with your beefs.Better yet, let them go. Set your... [More]

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