Chapman skies light up of 4th of July
The Story of Stonemason Peter Anderson
Longtime CHS secretary retires after 30 years
Cars and Coffee on Marshall
Dr. Betty Ryan retires after 49 years of service to USD 473
150 Years of Love In One House… the Story Of The Calene Family


Chapman skies light up of 4th of July

The skies above Chapman were alight for several days on the lead up to Independence Day 2020.

The Story of Stonemason Peter Anderson

Positioned five miles from Enterprise and the same distance from Chapman, is the beautiful stone home that now belongs to Bill and Mary Reimler.

The Chapman City Council met for a special meeting on Wednesday, July 1 at the Indian Hill Golf Course.


Pastor’s Corner

Inspiration for writing comes from many places and I believe many writers understand their own best sources. I write mostly about issues of faith, hope, and relationship.

Teller Tales

Joe Minick and the Abilene and Smoky Valley Railroad are an enormous success with the Hoffman Grist Mill and adjacent retail shops. What Happens Next?

Second Place Victory

It finally happened. Masks are now a mandatory part of life for Kansans.


Xtreme Softball takes 2nd in Manhattan; 3rd in Hays

The 12U Xtreme traveling softball team has had a strong start to their season over the last two weekends.

Dickinson County News-Times

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