TOPEKA, Kan – *After unanimous votes by members of the Kansas House and Kansas Senate, House bill 2164 has been sent to Governor Brownback’s desk for his signature into law. The bill allows Cowley College to add one trustee position to the board from Sumner County.
The premier episode of Onward Sumner County with Stacy Davis features Cindy McGill and Samantha Hyde from the Sumner County Appraiser’s Office discussing the Neighborhood Revitalization Plan that aims to help Sumner County property owners wanting to make renovations on their home or business.
Watch the entire episode, presented by RCB Bank, in the video below and on local cable channel 55.
Eric D. Haskins-Ybarra was in court Feb. 23 at which time his next court appearance was set for Thursday, March 23 at 1:30 p.m.
Haskins-Ybarra, 27, is out on a $10,000 bond following a warrant for Robbery, two counts of Domestic Battery, and Malicious Cruelty to an Animal.
Special condition also set that he have no contact with the victim in the domestic battery charge.
Sumner County Project Prom Dress is featured on the latest episode of Show and Shel. The non-profit fundraiser for after proms across the County had a sale this past weekend, and today, Feb. 20 from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Another sale is coming up Feb. 25 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Feb. 26 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. It is all taking place at 108 S. Washington in Wellington. Watch the entire interview in the video below and on local cable channel 55.
On the latest episode of Show and Shel, Shelley visited the Sumner County 911 Emergency Communications HQ to talk with them about a recent call they had that involved walking a couple through the birth of their baby.
Watch the whole episode in the video below or on local cable channel 55.
Eric D. Haskins-Ybarra, 27, of Wellington, was arrested Feb. 1 on a Sumner County warrant for two counts of domestic battery, robbery, malicious cruelty to an animal and cruelty to an animal.
Haskins-Ybarra was released from the Sumner County Jail after posting a $10,000 bond which includes special conditions that he have no contact with the victim in the domestic battery charges.
Dr. Dennis Rittle, President of Cowley College took some time on Friday, Jan. 20 to address those in attendance of the Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce/CVB Annual Celebration. Rittle spoke about his recent trip to Topeka and about the Sumner County campus project soon becoming a reality. Watch the entire speech in the video above.
Filmed by Brad Case
On the latest episode of Show and Shel, Sumner County Economic Development Director, Stacy Davis visited the studio to talk about her new show that's coming to channel 55.
Watch the entire episode in the video above or on local cable channel 55.
High winds and fire resulted in $2,500 loss of hay bales last week.
Upon arrival of fire personnel to a call on December 30 around 3 p.m. at 930 E. 10th Avenue, a grass fire was moving rapidly to the north due to high winds and burning around hay bales and a structure.
The grass fire proceeded to burn 600 acres and move almost two miles north before it was under control at 5:31 p.m. Firefighters remained on site until 7:50 p.m.
On the latest episode of Show and Shel, hear from Sumner County Economic Development about their move to 314 N. Washington and plans for the future.
Watch the whole episode in the video above or on local cable channel 55.