LOUISBURG — Most attendees of a workshop July 9 at City Hall agreed the city needs to address stormwater runoff issues that have produced everything from an unsanitary “river” running through a backyard to flooded basements, soil erosion, and other issues every time there’s a heavy rain.
PAOLA – The 15th annual Heartland Art Guild International Miniature Painting and Sculpture Show featured 324 paintings and sculptures from 94 artists in the United States and from across the globe.
Mutton Bustin’ is one night of the Miami County Fair that is not to be missed.
Open class exhibitors will notice two major changes in this year’s special awards.
The following bios were submitted by local 4-H seniors.
Each year, our local Miami County 4-H and FFA members spend countless hours working on projects they will exhibit at the Miami County Fair.
Learning Corners have been a part of the fair for many years, offering both an enjoyable and educational experience for those who attend.
The monthly meeting of the Happy-Go-Getters 4-H Club was called to order June 30 by Macayla at the Richland Township Hall.
125 Years Ago (1894)
Members of the Hillsdale Hustlers 4-H Club gathered for their monthly meeting June 20.
100 Years Ago (1919)
Monday, July 1, is the opening date of the Heartland Art Guild’s annual miniatures art show.
PAOLA — The stars came out in Paola for the 8-year-old and under Red versus Blue girls softball games at the new USD 368 sports complex.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Eight years in the making, the dream became a reality for Bubba Starling as he made his Major League Baseball debut with the Kansas City Royals in an 8-5 victory against the Detroit Tigers at Kauffman Stadium.
LOUISBURG — For the third year in a row, Louisburg Wildcat junior Calvin Dillon is the Tri-County Spotlight Golfer of the Year.
William A. Mobley was an early Miami County pioneer, emigrating to Miami County in 1854.
“Spider-Man: Far From Home!” I didn’t expect to, but I really liked it! In fact, it is my favorite Spider-Man film!
Color me perplexed. I’m not bewildered, though, just puzzled.