Cars need fall maintenance to keep them running smooth.
People used the grass to sit down and take it easy while listening to the music at Dancefestopia Sept. 6-9. Some residents raised concerns about sound rattling windows miles from the venue in southeast Miami County.
A station of computers and a new laptop computer bar (background) provide Osawatomie Public Library patrons with a functional space for their work and research.
Osawatomie Library Director Elizabeth Trigg looks at a vacation video created at the library's new video conversion station. The area is part of the library's recent renovations.
Bill Coulter displays a framed copy of a photograph he took for the cover of The Vintage Ford magazine. Coulter presented the photograph to Miami County commissioners at their Sept. 5 meeting. Commissioners (pictured from left) are Ron Stiles, Danny Gallagher, Phil Dixon, Rob Roberts and Geo…
The Yellow Brick Road at Dancefestopia was a popular place for taking pictures during the four-day festival Sept. 6-9 in southeast Miami County. Atmospheric conditions played havoc with the sound system at times and a bass energy leak disturbed some residents.
A spruced up entry way welcomes visitors to the Osawatomie Public Library. The library recently completed renovations to make the space more functional and inviting for adults and youths.
Tony Watkins, custodial supervisor for Adair Acute Care at the Osawatomie State Hospital, receives the second quarter Employee of the Quarter award from Kathryn Gayetsky, chief executive officer of Adair Acute Care. Watkins' supervisor said: "Since stepping into the role of custodial supervi…
Amber Kern, a registered nurse at Osawatomie State Hospital, receives the hospital's second quarter Employee of the Quarter award from Interim Superintendent Wes Cole. Kern's supervisor said: "Amber is an excellent nurse and always goes above and beyond to help her co-workers and most of all…
The Ferrero family poses for one of their first group photos including Caroline Joelle, who was born Sept. 6 along the shoulder of U.S. Highway 69. Pictured are Stephanie, Joe, 2-year-old Lizzy and baby Caroline.
Osawatomie Mayor Mark Govea cuts a ribbon to celebrate recently completed renovations at the Osawatomie Public Library on Sept. 11. Library Director Elizabeth Triggs (left of Govea) is holding the ribbon.
Alison Moore, choir director, takes members of the Louisburg High School Select Choir through their parts in a song. The group will perform at the Lincoln Center in New York City in April.
Members of the Louisburg High School Select Choir run through a song under the direction of Alison Moore. The group will travel to New York City in April to perform at the Lincoln Center.