WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) – chairman of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, (CJS) and Related Agencies – announced Tuesday, the Economic Development Administration (EDA) awarded a $1.1 million grant to the North Central Regional Planning Commission (NCRPC) in Beloit to help support small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
When considering adopting a dog into your family, many people often think that a cuddly, energetic puppy is the most appealing choice. Though puppies are fun and undeniably cute, the cuteness doesn’t come without a lot of work. There is a definite case to be made for senior dogs.
BELOIT – The Prairie Winnies, a group of campers from the State of Kansas gathered at Chautauqua Park this past week to settle in and get acquainted with the town of Beloit.
Recently, the Beloit Rotary Club partnered with Heart Choices to distribute boxes of dried food supplied through the Rotary District of Western Kansas. The food was purchased with dues paid by each club member. Each box contained one dried bag (six servings per bag) of the following: minestrone soup, Spanish rice, pasta with tomato sauce, instant cinnamon oatmeal, cheesy rice and two bags of macaroni and cheese. Each family unit received one box. Thirty-nine family units were served.
Vicksburgh Township is on the Jewell/Republic County line, just north of Allen Township and south of Grant Township. “Vicksburgh” was the spelling of the township in the early history of Jewell County just as it was the spelling of the early town of Vicksburgh. The town of Vicksburgh was not in Vicksburgh Township but rather was in Allen Township. Now the township’s name is Vicksburg and the town no longer exists.