OSAWATOMIE — Osawatomie city leaders have decided not to change trash service providers, and they are hopeful that a revised contract and new city software will lead to fewer issues for residents.
OSAWATOMIE — Members of the 2018 Potawatomi Trail of Death Commemorative Caravan will be stopping in Osawatomie for lunch Saturday afternoon, and community members are invited to welcome them to town.
OSAWATOMIE — Osawatomie police officer Ryan Schultz thought he was responding to a noise complaint when he was called out to a residence Aug. 12, but what he found was a distraught man on a step ladder with a noose around his neck threatening to take his own life.
OSAWATOMIE — A load of trash collection concerns were dumped at the feet of Osawatomie City Council members during a public hearing Sept. 5 at Memorial Hall, but a decision on who the city’s next service provider will be has yet to be made.
OSAWATOMIE — The Main Street sidewalk project Osawatomie residents have been waiting for is set to begin soon now that city officials have closed out the second phase of the street’s rehabilitation.
OSAWATOMIE – Tammi Conner, marketing director at Life Care Center of Osawatomie, recently received Life Care Centers of America’s Central Division Whatever It Takes And Then Some Award for her dedication to customer service.
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…
OSAWATOMIE – The new school year has several changes in store for parents and students alike with new faces joining the teaching staff throughout Osawatomie USD 367 schools as well as some administrative changes featuring familiar faces in different roles.
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.