Rounding off another successful year at the Linn County Fair was the annual Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) rodeo hosted at the Linn County fairgrounds just outside of Mound City.
Miami County election officials gathered Tuesday morning, just like others are doing across the state of Kansas, to conduct the canvass of votes and review provisional ballots from the Aug. 7 primary election. The ballots could help determine the winner in the still too-close-to-call race to…
MOUND CITY – The annual demolition derby jumpstarted this year’s Linn County Fair and Rodeo, located just outside of Mound City, with two evenings of competitions.
The annual Outlaw Truck and Tractor Pullers Association (OTTPA) sanctioned pull drew competitors from throughout Kansas and the surrounding areas to compete Aug. 5 at the Linn County fairgrounds.
The Kansas Masonic Foundation, Inc. has announced plans to present the 35th annual Kansas Masonic All-State High School Marching Band and corresponding band camp at Pittsburg State University from July 24-28.
OSAWATOMIE – Former Osawatomie resident Marie (Skeens) Shelden never thought she’d live to be 100 years old, but that day is nearly here. Shelden will be celebrating her 100th birthday at Brookdale Senior Living, located at 12000 Lamar Ave. in Overland Park.
OSAWATOMIE – Years ago, the community of Osawatomie gathered together to celebrate the very first John Brown Jamboree. This year, the community will gather again, but rather than the Jamboree, they’ll be celebrating something new – Osawatomie’s inaugural Lights on the Lake.
Law enforcement officials in Miami County and the surrounding area continue to search for suspects reportedly involved in the theft of multiple vehicles from a Fort Scott car dealership early Sunday morning.
OSAWATOMIE – Combining extreme fun with appropriate safety measures, Osawatomie’s new game park, operated by members of Shoot House LLC, officially opened its fields to players May 26 during Memorial Day weekend.
MANHATTAN, Kan. — A total of 76 students from the East Central District FFA were awarded their State FFA Degree at the 90th Kansas FFA State Convention held May 30–June 1 at the Kansas State University campus.
LOUISBURG — When Larry Heyn traveled to New York state as part of a church mission five years ago, he met some people who were biking across the United States. He thought that sounded like something he would like to do.
PARKER – One hundred and three graduates paid their fee to attend the alumni banquet held April 28 at the Parker Grade School Building in Parker, with a total of 156 attending the function.
OSAWATOMIE – Sometimes, a little work goes a long way. Miranda Thummel, a client at Tri-Ko in Osawatomie, has been working on a very special project to brighten children’s hearts and to show that she cares.
OSAWATOMIE – Thanks to the efforts of one area farmer, Trojan Elementary School (TES) has received a $2,500 grant from Monsanto, an agriculture company focused on farming improvements and supplies.
OSAWATOMIE – After more than a decade of service, superintendent Dr. John Worley has decided to step down from his position at Osawatomie State Hospital (OSH) and will be leaving Friday.
Generations of farming in the family has given one business owner a unique perspective on a new seed and farm-supply company located in northern Linn County, just a few miles away from Prairie View High School.