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Dean Register

Dean Arthur Register, 76, Greeley, passed away on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, at Olathe Medical Center in Olathe.
Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday at St. John’s Catholic Church in Greeley. Burial will follow in Lane Cemetery. The family greeted friends 6-8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Lane Fair Association or Lane United Methodist Church and left in care of the funeral home. You may send condolences to


Cecil Brown


Cecil Eugene Brown, 90, of Higginsville, Mo., formerly of Kansas City, Mo., passed away Sunday, May 14, 2017, at the Meyer Care Center in Higginsville.Cecil was born on July 10,1926, in Mildred, the son of Scott Robert Brown and Carrie May (Sloan) Brown. He attended schools in... [More]

Thelma Martin


Interment for Thelma Foster Martin, who died in January, will be at 10 a.m. Sunday at the Moran Cemetery.

Jack Steward


Jackie L. “Jack” Steward, 81, Iola, passed away Monday, May 15, 2017, at his home.Jack was born Jan. 4, 1936, in Iola to Charles and Suzan (Page) Steward. He graduated from Iola High School in 1954 and later enlisted in the U.S. Army, serving from 1958 to 1960.He... [More]

Elizabeth Pulley


Elizabeth Gale Pulley, 58, wife of former Iolan Tony Pulley, died Monday, May 8, 2017, in Kansas City, Kan.Cremation has occurred. Funeral services were Friday at Highland Park Funeral Home, Kansas City, Kan.

Reed Beaman


Reed E. Beaman lost his courageous battle with cancer on April 25, 2017. Reed is survived by his wife of 53 years, Sue; children Cozetta (Kris), Darvin (Lisa) and Sheldon (Kara); 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; siblings Charles (Jean) Beaman, Dennis Beaman, Shirley... [More]

Ruford DePriest


Ruford DePriest, 71, Topeka, passed away Monday, April 24, 2017.Rus was born July 14, 1945, in Chandler, Ariz., the son of James and Juanita (Woodring) DePriest. He attended Washburn University, Topeka, and the University of Kansas, Lawrence.Rus spent 25 years in New York City... [More]

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Businesses seek county’s assistance


An existing business and one proposed have lost no time in seeking assistance from a new Allen County economic development fund, but first, guidelines for how the money will be awarded and a committee to winnow applicants have to be named. Regina Lance came to Tuesday’s... [More]

Cooking up something special


Madeleine Wanker, left, and Molly Riebel shred a head of cabbage Tuesday, one of the ingredients to preparing eggrolls, as part of the inaugural Kids Can Cook session at Iola High School. The sessions, offered by Southwind Extension, are in Iola this week, at Humboldt High School... [More]

Fanfare greets opening of new clinic in Moran


MORAN — As a Moran native, JoAnna Curl remains intimately aware of the community’s desires to see a medical clinic open once again. Wishes granted. Curl, a physician’s assistant with Allen County Regional Hospital, will begin treating patients at a clinic... [More]

City discusses Bowlus support


A normally routine matter — disbursing tourism and convention funds — turned into a discussion about how Iola is supporting the Bowlus Fine Arts Center.City Council members approved Monday doling out a combined $62,500 to various groups, including the Iola Area Chamber... [More]

Council talks purchases


The city’s purchasing policy often has Iola City Council members weighing supporting local businesses versus giving taxpayers the biggest bang for their buck.On Monday, the Council discussed revising the purchasing policy, at the behest of City Administrator Sid Fleming.“We... [More]

M.A.R.V., summer meals program set to resume


USD 257’s standout summer food service program — which now includes the popular roving “chow bus,” M.A.R.V. — returns May 30. The program has added three new sites to its roster, which now includes — in addition to the high school cafeteria... [More]

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CLASH OF STYLES: Mustangs look to tame high-scoring Panthers


The state playoffs can often be a melting pot of different styles with squads from different leagues and different backgrounds coming together to test their mettle.Thursday’s quarterfinal in Emporia featuring the sixth-seeded Iola Mustangs and the third-seeded Nickerson... [More]

McGuffin jumps to Division-I


Just as most college athletes aspire to be on the NCAA Division-I level, the same can be said for a majority of college athletic directors. Iolan Kurt McGuffin will have that opportunity after accepting the athletic director position at the University of Tennessee-Martin. “I... [More]

Exhibition showcase


The Big Train’s Carter Hutton throws a pitch against the Chanute Titans on Tuesday night in Iola. The two teams didn’t keep score in an exhibition game played at Riverside Park.

A NEW ERA: Bycroft stepping into his dream job at the helm of Mustangs basketball


When Mustang head basketball coach Jay Applegate resigned last Monday, it didn’t take Iola long to lock in a successor.By Friday, assistant coach Luke Bycroft had been offered the job and accepted. For Bycroft, the head coaching job is one he has spent a long time working... [More]

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