Tuesday, August 22, 2017
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Eclipse mania reigns for two-minute solar spectacle Monday By Lasondra Aurand “Welcome Pike Valley and All Eclipse People” That was the sign that greeted more than 200 Pike Valley elementary and high school students and patrons in Tobias, Nebr. Monday morning when they arrived... + continue reading
Tuesday, August 22, 2017
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Forty-eight 4-H members from the River Valley District traveled to Albuquerque, New Mexico on Monday, August 7. After spending two full days of sightseeing and learning, the group traveled back home on Thursday, August 10th. 4-H Jr. Leaders are youth that are age 12 and up and enrolled in the... + continue reading
Tuesday, August 22, 2017
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First row - Dick Brennenstuhl, Bob Butler, Joe Spurney, Coach Bob Feasel, Dick Skelton, Shorty White, ? Second row - ?, Phil Kersenbrock, Francis Esslinger, Tommy Swierski (sp?), Chuck Tamerius, Ross Freeman, Jerry Morgan, Jerry Cole, Bob Brennenstuhl   To read more please log in... + continue reading
Tuesday, August 22, 2017
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The Scottish Rite, Valley of Salina announces that Louis Slavik 32° has been elected by the Supreme Council of the Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction, to be invested with the Knight Commander Court of Honor. The investiture will occur on November 18, 2017 at the Wichita Scottish Rite Building... + continue reading
Tuesday, August 22, 2017
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Republic County Junior High students Halle Hartner and Natalie Wise finished the 2016-17 FCCLA year by competing in National Students Taking Action with Recognition (STAR) events in Nashville, TN. Their newly established company WiseHart began development at the start of the 2016/17 school year... + continue reading

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08/22/2017
City asks county to reduce landfill bill for Republic Hotel block By Deb Hadachek The buildings are gone, but the bill remains. Belleville City Manager Neal Lewis repeated a plea to Republic County Commissioners Monday to reduce a landfi ll... + continue reading
08/15/2017
By Fred Arnold The City of Belleville began work on a series of widesweeping changes Monday that would crack down on owners of commercial properties who are in violation of local ordinances. Council members voted in separate motions to contract with the... + continue reading

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08/15/2017
Monday’s eclipse is first in Kansas in 99 years The first solar eclipse to come to the area in 99 years will take place on Monday afternoon. The Great American Eclipse, as it's being called, will cross 14 states from Oregon to South Carolina. Kansas and Nebraska are two of the states... + continue reading
08/15/2017
By Cynthia Scheer The history of several of Republic County's stone houses is unknown, and many locals say the people who would know anything about them are gone. Such is the case with the stone house Margaret Lachman refers to as “the original homestead.” To read more... + continue reading
08/15/2017
Tobi Wilber - Grand Champion Market Goat Natalee Bray - Reserve Champion Market Goat To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. http://etypeservices.com/Belleville%20TelescopeID486/ + continue reading
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Sports

08/22/2017
First row - Dick Brennenstuhl, Bob Butler, Joe Spurney, Coach Bob Feasel, Dick Skelton, Shorty White, ? Second row - ?, Phil Kersenbrock, Francis Esslinger, Tommy Swierski (sp?), Chuck... + continue reading

Commentary

08/22/2017
By Fred Arnold This is the ‘Ally column.’ Last week I said goodbye to Telescope intern Ally Brunner. She is moving on from our office at 1805 N Street, heading to the University... + continue reading

Youth

08/22/2017
Forty-eight 4-H members from the River Valley District traveled to Albuquerque, New Mexico on Monday, August 7. After spending two full days of sightseeing and learning, the group traveled back home... + continue reading