Thank you to those that advertised in the Pottawatomie County Recorder with their Honor Roll ad. If you would like in the Spring/Summer Edition call Judy at 785-457-1023


ONAGA – Elmer Haug, 87, of Onaga, died Sunday, January 18, 2015 at Deseret Health and Rehab at Onaga.

Dale Ray Hasenbank, 64,

Dale Ray Hasenbank, 64, of Marion, Kansas, formerly of St. George, Kansas, died Saturday, January 10, 2015 at his home. He had been a resident of Marion since the 1980s.

Dorothy C. Wilson, 80

Dorothy C. Wilson, 80, of Westmoreland, Kansas, died Thursday, January 8, 2015, at Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. She was a life-long resident of the area.

Robert Theodore Chilcott, Jr.

Robert “Bub” Theodore Chilcott, Jr., 65, of Westmoreland, Kansas, passed away Friday, January 2, 2015 at The University of Kansas Hospital.

Rogers Leslie Brazier, Sr., 89

Rogers Leslie Brazier, Sr., of Wamego, Kansas, a devoted and loving husband and father, passed away peacefully Wednesday, December 31st in Topeka at the age of 89.

service club
They plan to meet at Meinhardt Farm Equipment, far east building at 6:00 PM. After the tour they will go to the Pizza Hut (about 7:00PM) for supper. Anyone wanting to attend should call Jim or Jenni Moore at 457-3316 or 457-3483 to make reservations. Also, if you need a ride contact Jim or Jenni Moore.

Fireman’s Fall Festival Boot Relay

We had a great time at the Fall Festival. Thanks to those that made it so much fun. We hope the fireman’s families had a relaxing day filled with laughs and great memories.

It started off rough with an early call, but it all went well after that. They closed out their day with an evening meal served to them by the men of the Masonic Lodge 257 and their wives.

The Who’s Who on City Council

Cemetery – Councilmember Zimmerman

Parks & Recreation – Councilmember Smith

Planning & Zoning – Councilmember Marek

Pool -Councilmember Marek

Streets – Councilmember Moore

Utilities (Sewer & Water) – Councilmember Rosell

Mayor- Mark Goodenow

Waldo has been found

Waldo was found at the Farmers State Bank. Game over for the week. Waldo will find a new hiding spot come Saturday morning. Thank you to all that are playing. Please remember Waldo is always in plain site so please do not move things on shelves to find him.

We heard from the Pottawatomie County Sheriff on his ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE. He took the option of making the donation to ALS instead of the ice water. Way to go Sheriff Riat!

See Thursday’s issue of the Recorder for updates on businesses or organizations who took the challenge and who they challenged.
See next week’s issue for individuals who took the challenge.

Read tomorrow’s issue to find out the results of Thursday night’s Special City Council meeting. It was a hotly debated issue.

The Wagon Boss would like to thank the Westmoreland Elementary students who walked the Oregon Trail last week. Next week’s issue has more pictures of the younger classes as they enjoyed a day out.

As always thank you for reading our paper and our website. We could not keep a small town paper without your continued support.