LOUISBURG – Two proposed Rural Housing Incentive Districts (RHIDs) will not take root in Louisburg.
LOUISBURG — A Miami County Sheriff’s deputy recently found himself on a communications island in the middle of the night while responding to a report of suspicious activity on the west side of the county.
LOUISBURG — Westbound traffic on a portion of Amity Street (Kansas Highway 68) in Louisburg will be reduced to one lane for three days for road repairs.
OSAWATOMIE – Miami County is in a flash flood watch until 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 17, and the Marais des Cygnes River was expected to experience minor flooding by late Saturday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
LOUISBURG – A Miami County Sheriff’s deputy recently found himself on a communications island in the middle of the night while responding to a report of suspicious activity on the west side of the county.
LOUISBURG — The City Council officially accepted a grant to make improvements to Fox Hall and chose a contractor among several bidders to do the work.
LOUISBURG — The city of Louisburg’s property tax mill levy for the 2020 budget year will remain flat at 34.454 mills, compared to last year.
LOUISBURG – Broadway Street in downtown Louisburg will close at 6 p.m. Friday for the Louisburg Library's End of SummerBASH grand finale party, according to the city of Louisburg.
LOUISBURG — An abandoned, used Chrysler discovered Tuesday, July 23, by police officers in Raytown, Mo., was the third vehicle to be recovered out of five new and used vehicles stolen recently from the Louisburg Ford dealership.
LOUISBURG – Families braved the heat recently to let their imaginations run wild during Louisburg Library’s Kids CREATE Fest, library organizers said.
PAOLA — Miami County Medical Center Auxiliary members thanked volunteers for thousands of hours of service and awarded scholarships to four young nursing students during the 23rd annual volunteer luncheon Wednesday, July 17, at Town Square in Paola.
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.
LOUISBURG — Superintendent Brian Biermann did a quick search on realtor.com to find out how many houses were for sale in Louisburg’s 66053 zip code before the start of the school board’s July 8 meeting.