Wellington Daily News - Wellington, KS
Updated at 11:29 PM

Graysen Dejarnett qualified for the 2016 4A state championships and played in Ulysses on Monday. Results were not available as of press time. Graysen shot an 85, tying him for 11th place at regionals. The team placed sixth overall with a score of 368.

Updated at 11:20 PM

Wellington's track and field team competed at a tough Class 4A Regional in Winfield last week, but the Crusaders still got plenty of athletes to earn a spot at this week's state track and field meet.

Updated at 10:51 PM

WINFIELD — The Crusader baseball team found itself on the brink of a state berth Wednesday in Winfield. But it was not to be.

Updated at 10:47 PM

Now that I’ve had a week to reflect on Ironman Texas, it’s a little easier to put it all in perspective. As my coach said, "Make sure your worst enemy doesn’t live between your own two ears." Those types of problems...

Updated at 10:45 PM

How do you define "faith?" Do you have faith in yourself to live a life that is purposeful, giving, humble and righteous? Do you have faith in your family to be loyal, dependable, loving and supportive?

Updated at 10:08 PM

Lt. Col. Roy A. Yenchesky will speak at 10 a.m. Monday during the Memorial Day ceremony at Prairie Lawn Cemetery in Wellington.

Updated at 10:06 PM

Boogie Storm is having the time of their lives on

Updated at 10:03 PM

Due to the observance of Memorial Day on Monday, the landfill and compost site will be closed. The Monday refuse collection routes for that week will be picked up on Tuesday.

Updated at 9:50 PM

The Chisholm Trail Museum in Wellington celebrated the completion of the first phase of its restoration project Sunday afternoon with a public reception.

Updated at 9:46 PM

The April census at Sumner Regional Medical Center was down, but the hospital continues to make financial strides, according to reports given at the Health Care Authority Board meeting Thursday.

Updated at 9:41 PM

The Wellington City Council heard some unfortunate feedback regarding the poor morale at the city office during the May 17 regular council meeting.

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