- Miami County couple wishes to build home using cargo containers
- Concrete Strategies likely to relocate following Planning Commission decision
- City to restrict parking in Summerfield Farm subdivision
- Former Lakemary employee sentenced in child porn case
- Paola eighth-grader takes fifth place at state spelling bee
Michael and Katie Wyse didn’t get the answer they were looking for from the Miami County Planning Commission regarding their desire to construct a home in the county using cargo containers, but they’re hopeful that Miami County commissioners will have a different opinion.
Miami County planning commissioners have recommended revoking the conditional-use permit (CUP) for Concrete Strategies, but the Miami County Commission will make the final decision next week.
LOUISBURG — Residents in Summerfield Farm will soon note parking restrictions in that Louisburg subdivision. City Council members voted 5-0 on March 4 to limit street parking there.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — A former Lakemary Center employee was sentenced Monday, March 11, to nine years in federal prison on child pornography charges, according to a news release from U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister.
WICHITA — A Paola Middle School eighth-grader finished among the top spellers in the state on Saturday, March 9, at Newman University in Wichita.
PAOLA — Voters not only want the convenience of touch screens on their voting machines, they also want a paper printout of their ballot to verify its accuracy before casting their vote.
PAOLA — County commissioners recently approved a four-year maintenance agreement for a half dozen Life-Pak 15 monitors to ensure the life-saving devices are functioning properly.
The county’s Agate Street rehabilitation project has enough money left over to add some on-street parking.
PAOLA, Kan. Roy Robinson, age 90, Paola passed away March 18, 2019, at Olathe Medical Center.
Beverly A. Howard
IOLA, Kan. Keith "Zeke" Shores, age 81, of Iola, passed away Wednesday March 20, 2019, at Allen County Regional Hospital.
125 Years Ago (1894)
For their last two meetings, Chapter DQ, P.E.O. members have held their meetings in locations that enabled members to learn more about the community.
Kaylee Danielle Gallagher of Paola, and James Lee Studna of Parker are announcing their engagement.
Plans were made at the Heartland Art Guild’s Feb. 16 meeting to judge the artwork of the group’s 2019 scholarship applicants.
100 Years Ago (1919)
SPRING HILL — Son of a high school wrestler, Brennen Feeback was a state runner-up when he was 7.
PAOLA — The Panther track and field tradition is leaving its mark at the collegiate level.
Sisters under the skin!
I have returned to my column.
K-12 School Funding, Senate Bill (SB) 142, was a point of controversy on the Senate floor.