LOUISBURG – Old Glory was smiling Friday.
Three figures leaned in their chairs to take a closer look at a road map spread out on a table where county commissioners conduct their study sessions.
LOUISBURG — The business has been described as the happiest and friendliest place in Louisburg, said Becky Bowes, the Louisburg Chamber of Commerce’s executive director.
Louisburg Masonic Peace Lodge No. 243 will have its annual fish fry fundraiser from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Saturday, June 29, in Fox Hall at 201 S. Broadway in Louisburg.
Voters will decide a few contested races for city council and school board positions in Miami County, as well as the Paola mayoral race.
LOUISBURG — After two failed attempts to get a bond issue passed by voters, Louisburg Library District No. 1 board members are once again looking at options for a new building.
Louisburg Libary will host its 12th annual Music in the Park from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, June 8, at Louisburg City Park, located at the corner of South Fourth and South Vine streets.
MANHATTAN, Kan. — The Louisburg High School FFA Chapter won two state Career Development Events and took second in three others to claim the Kansas FFA Sweepstakes Award as the overall winner.
LOUISBURG — Folks looking to downsize can learn more about tiny house living at TinyFest Midwest: Tiny House and Simple Living Festival this weekend, June 7-9, at the Louisburg Cider Mill.
LOUISBURG — Rural Louisburg will be one of the stops on country music star Luke Bryan’s 2019 Farm Tour, and Miami County farm families could benefit from his concert.
LOUISBURG — A 12-year-old girl suffered non-life threatening injuries after being struck by a sport utility vehicle late morning Wednesday, May 22, at Crestview St. and W. Amity St. (Kansas Highway 68) in Louisburg, according to the Louisburg Police Department.