On Sunday, February 10, more than 160 young wrestlers from throughout Kansas were in Chapman to test their mettle against the best the Irish could throw their way, and Chapman’s youth were ready to

On Monday Feb. 11, students in Mr. Fewin’s seventh grade Outdoor Education/KDWPT Hunter Safety class received a visit from Officer Lance Hockett, KDWPT Game Warden for Dickinson County. Ofc.

For the second month in a row the Chapman city council meeting was a nearly full house with most of the audience on hand to voice their objections to the city’s plan to build a lagoon to replace th


A few years ago, I was sitting at a dining table sharing a meal with several very young children who were a part of a community children’s program that our local churches provided.

There have been many glory days at Enterprise, many in the last century, told about in two midcentury books by Ellen Peterson and Edward G. Nelson.

Do you remember how easy it was to make friends when you were a kid? Sometimes all it took was walking into school at the same time or standing in line beside each other.


Two of the Fighting Irish are headed to the state.

The Chapman Irish dropped their league game last Friday against Concordia. The Irish fell 55-50, ending their win streak at five.

On Friday, February 8th, the Chapman High School wrestling team travelled to Marysville for a dual against Abilene.

Dickinson County News-Times

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