GLEN ELDER – The Wakonda Indian Festival will be making a comeback with a scheduled date set for Saturday, Oct. 3, hosted by the Waconda Cultural Association (WCA) and Glen Elder State Park with a grant provided from the Solomon Valley Community Foundation.
After further discussions in 2018 about starting a high school or college trap team in Mitchell County, the North Central Kansas Technical College took initiative to get involved as they too were looking for a way to introduce the shooting sport into the college.
Two Neighborhood Revitalization Grants were approved during Monday's Mitchell County Commissioners meeting. The first was for Edward and Jeannie Mondero in the amount of $21,400. The second was for Roger and Brenda Budke in the amount of $25,230.
Josephine Loraine File was crowned the first Beloit High School Homecoming Queen in 1940-41 and will now view this 2020-21 Trojans royalty ceremonies streamline this Friday, 80 years later.