LOUISBURG — Police officers are still searching for a man whom they were chasing on foot Thursday, Dec. 13, near Rockville Elementary School in Louisburg. The suspect is still at-large, authorities said Monday, Dec. 17.
OSAWATOMIE — Rainy days and Mondays do not get Jessica Jones down.
LOUISBURG — The talk is normally about Christmas lights this time of the year, but in Louisburg the talk in town is about a new traffic light.
Talk of shifting governance of Miami County Fire District No. 1 to the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) resurfaced Wednesday, Dec. 5, at the commission’s study session.
SPRING HILL — The Spring Hill High School Orchestra Booster Club recently donated $100 to the Cole-Smith American Legion Post 350 to support veterans programs and events throughout the community.
OVERLAND PARK — Diamonds are forever or, as in the case of a rural Louisburg man, 36 years anyway.
The Spring Hill Education Foundation (SHEF) awarded $11,377.26 in teacher excellence grants Nov. 14 across the district.
LAWRENCE, Kan. David Kent Showalter, age 58, of Lawrence, passed away at Lawrence Memorial Hospital, Lawrence, on Dec. 14, 2018.
PAOLA, Kan. Vicky Lynn Sweet Donovan, age 64, Paola, passed away on Sunday, Dec. 16, 2018, at her home.
OSAWATOMIE, Kan. Diana K. Anderson, Osawatomie, died Dec. 15, 2018, at Post Acute Medical Specialty Hospital, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
K-State agricultural economics students receive scholarships at awards banquet
Osawatomie Chapter DO, P.E.O.
Chapter DQ, P.E.O.
PAOLA — Paola junior forward Ryan Wokutch and Spring Hill sophomore keeper Chezney Haney highlight the Tri-County Spotlight Boys Soccer Team.
PAOLA — Panther junior forward Ryan Wokutch was one of the top goal scorers in the state of Kansas.
Every day, more things become automated. There are apps that allow shoppers to just pay for groceries by placing them in a cart. There are robots that vacuum, and even mop, floors. Soon, your pizza may even be delivered by an autonomous vehicle.
I hadn’t thought about the Spring Grove Friends Church in years. Yet this little building that is located southwest of Osawatomie on the Lane Road has history relevant to all of us in this area.
Peace on Earth did not reign in Kansas Territory during the Christmas of conflict over slavery, and the Rev. Samuel Adair and his wife, Florella, were abolitionists who were willing to risk their lives for their beliefs.