WELLINGTON,Kan. - The Health Care Authority Board of Wellington authorized SRMC management to proceed with a reduction in staff.
The latest episode of Show and Shel takes place at the Wellington Public Library, and the topic of discussion is a literacy program offered there.
Watch the entire episode in the video below or on local cable channel 55.
The Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce and the Women of Wellington recently announced the Women of Wellington awardees for 2017. They are:
Most Inspirational Woman
Owner of Kids Have & Chew Plumbing w/ her husband Erik
Professional Businesswoman of the Year
Owner of Riggs Enterprises Wheat Coin Laundry, Car Wash + Storage Units
Volunteer of the Year
WELLINGTON, Kan. - Wellington Police have identified two juvenile males, currently in custody, responsibility for the recent rash of vandalism in our community.
Investigators are currently preparing paperwork to be presented to the Sumner County Attorney’s office later this week.
WELLINGTON, Kan. - Wellington Police is requesting the communities assistance locating and/or identifying the person(s) responsible for an overnight rash of vandalism. Numerous downtown business windows to include vehicle windows were damaged on March 31, including windows on the Wellington Police DARE vehicle.
Police are currently investigation and reviewing video surveillance. Any information you may have contact the Wellington Police Department at 620-326-3331, Wellington Sumner County Crimestoppers at 620-326-3135 or Sumner County E911. A reward has been offered
The Wellington Community Theater is hard at work putting the finishing touches on their latest project, "The Shame of Tombstone." Performances will take place at the Memorial Auditorium April 7 and 8 at 6:30 p.m. and April 9 at 1:30 p.m. For ticket information contact the Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce during normal business hours.
Hear from some of the cast and crew members in the latest episode of Show and Shel, see video below and on local cable channel 55.
The Crusaders of the Stage are at it again, this time with the classic Pride and Prejudice. Meet the cast and crew in the latest episode of Show and Shel. The play will be Thursday, March 30 through Saturday, April 1 at 7 p.m. all three nights. Contact the Wellington High School office for ticket information. Watch the entire episode of Show and Shel in the video below.
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.
Eric Haskins-Ybarra appeared before Judge Scott McQuin Thursday, March 23. Haskins-Ybarra was granted a continuance to obtain a video from the Kansas Turnpike and also for the purpose of securing an attorney.
His next appearance is set for Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 1:30 p.m.
Haskins-Ybarra was arrested Feb. 1 on a Sumner County Warrent for two counts of Domestic Battery, along with Robbery, Malicious Cruelty to an Animal and Cruelty to an Animal. He was released from the Sumner County Jail after post at $10,000 bond.
WELLINGTON, Kan. - The application period for the vacancy on the Housing Authority Board has been extended for a 15-day period to 5:00 p.m. on April 6, 2017. The appointment will be from May 1, 2017 until which the term expires on April 30, 2021.