Davanne Schaffer
Tom and Chris Haslouer purchased the former Samuel and Johanna Nelson home in 1980. The Haslouer’s are the third owners of this beautiful stone home. (Courtesy Photo
Gene and Rhonda Simpson officially retired from 31 years in the local business scene when G & R Auto Parts closed for business on Saturday. However, they are happy to share the business has been purchased and will continue to serve customers throughout the area. (Susan Mueller/News-Times)
Homecoming royalty chosen
Lady Railers undefeated in tournament
Goessel downs Railers Friday night

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Tom and Chris Haslouer purchased the former Samuel and Johanna Nelson home in 1980. The Haslouer’s are the third owners of this beautiful stone home. (Courtesy Photo

Johanna Sandquist, Kate Ronstrom, and Emma Calene were three women who were a little different than those of that era.

Gene and Rhonda Simpson officially retired from 31 years in the local business scene when G & R Auto Parts closed for business on Saturday. However, they are happy to share the business has been purchased and will continue to serve customers throughout the area. (Susan Mueller/News-Times)

On Saturday, when Gene and Rhonda Simpson locked the door to G & R Auto Parts, it was the end of a 31-year business career in Herington.

Cases of COVID-19 in our County have spiked to the point we are experiencing what is referred to as “community spread”.

Opinion

Not my hill

On Friday night, Chapman High School demolished a tired and defeated Abilene Football team, the same team who visited Clay Center on Sept. 4 and Concordia on Sept. 11.

Pastor’s Corner

Excuse Me?

What we remember

Most of us remember where we were.

Many found themselves surrounded by friends and family.

Some of us just sat alone in silence, watching the world change.

Sports

Davanne Schaffer

Herington High School’s cross country team has competed in a trio of meets. Last Thursday’s home event was held at the Herington Country Club golf course.

Lady Railers undefeated in tournament

LOST SPRINGS — Herington High finished the day undefeated, 3-0, at the Centre site of the annual CHS volleyball tournament. Due to Covid-19, four teams played at Centre and four at Hope.

Goessel downs Railers Friday night

The Goessel High Bluebirds spoiled Herington High’s homecoming with a 32-14 victory over the Railers on Friday night.

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