School and Youth

United 4 Youth sponsors Life of an Athlete guest speaker

Sabetha SADD Officers join Life of an Athlete guest speaker Anthony, after he spoke to Sabetha and Wetmore High School students Wednesday, October 25. Pictured are (L-R) Samantha Edwards, Anna... Read More

Appleseed Grants awarded

Submitted by Lynn Hartter The USD 113 Foundation Board and Sabetha, Wetmore and Axtell Schools, are pleased to announce the recipients of the Fall 2017 Appleseed Innovation Grants. The Appleseed…

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Woodlawn Meadowlarks 4-H Club

Submitted by Ella Sourk Members of the Woodlawn Meadowlarks 4-H Club have had an active October. For National 4-H Week “48 hours of 4-H,” the club members wanted to do…

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United 4 Youth Countywide 10.9.17

Submitted by United 4 Youth Countywide The board for United 4 Youth Countywide, Inc., met at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 9, at Mary Cotton Public Library in Sabetha. Board members…

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Kiwanis presents ‘I Like Me!’ books to kindergarten students

Submitted by Doug Clark As in previous years, Sabetha Kiwanis Club has again presented “I Like Me” books to the three kindergarten classes at Sabetha Elementary School. The hardbound books…

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WHS: Senior year comes with struggles

Submitted by Jossie Shumaker, WHS News Correspondent Whoever said that one’s senior year was the best year of a teenager’s life lied. Senior year comes with many stressful moments. The…

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Morrill Tip-Top 4-H Club

Submitted by Carly Hartter Reporter The Morrill Tip-Top 4-H Club met at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 25, at the Morrill Community Building. The meeting was called to order by President…

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Wetmore Middle School First Quarter Honor Roll, 2017-2018

Wetmore Middle School First Quarter, 2017-18 High Honor Roll (4.0 GPA) Eighth Grade: Campbell Brown and Taylor Fillmore Seventh Grade: Faith Bloom and Kaitlyn Claycamp Principal’s Honor Roll (3.5-3.99 GPA)…

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WHS: Wetmore celebrates homecoming

Submitted by Lauryn Scott, WHS School Correspondent At Wetmore school, students celebrated with spirit during homecoming week. The week began with window decorating in downtown Wetmore on Sunday, followed by…

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Local girls are Halloween Queen candidates

Fourteen area girls, including Laurel Smith of Sabetha and McKayla Henry of Goff, are vying for the distinction of being the 103rd Hiawatha Halloween Frolic queen. Smith, sponsored by Lukert…

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2016 queen describes experience

Submitted by Lauren Herbster Ready, set, royalty. This past fall, I had the privilege to be involved in the 2016 Hiawatha Halloween Queen Scholarship Competition. I was already a bit…

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Memories make high school unforgettable

Submitted by Faith Bratcher WHS Student Correspondent Memories are what make high school enjoyable for the most part. Whether those memories come from special relationships, extracurricular activities, or in classrooms,…

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WHS has new SADD sponsor

Submitted by Faith Bratcher, WHS Student Correspondent Wetmore High School has a new 2017-18 Students Against Destructive Decisions (otherwise known as SADD) sponsor — Staci Honas. This year, Wetmore has…

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WAC: Super Superstitions

Submitted by Ally Davis, Wetmore High School Student Correspondent Although many people don’t believe in them, others are passionate that their superstitions are the reason they do well. At Wetmore…

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WAC: Music tastes at Wetmore High vary

Submitted by Seth Shumaker, WHS Student Correspondent Music is an important part of many people’s lives, and at Wetmore High School, the love of certain types of music is very…

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