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…
The Spring Hill school district is once again hoping voters will approve a multi-million bond issue to fund new facilities and improvements to help keep up with a growing student population.
SPRING HILL – Spring Hill USD 230 is one of six Johnson County school districts that are joining forces to address the growing number of teen deaths by suicide.
Miami County officials were hopeful of working with the city of Spring Hill to extend the recent 223rd Street asphalt paving project all the way to U.S. Highway 169, but city funding limitations have pushed the project back to at least next year.
PAOLA — Miami County Fair attendees were greeted with cooler temperatures than normal this year, attracting large crowds to some of the events that have become annual favorites for many local families.
Two Miami County Sheriff’s Office deputies and the driver of a vehicle were taken to an area hospital Aug. 1 after being exposed to a yet-to-be identified substance during a check on a motorist.
Members of the Spring Hill Rangers 4-H Club attended a floral design workshop July 21 hosted by business owner Jenni Koch of Wild Hill Flowers and Events.
The primary election is scheduled for Aug. 7, but advance voting by mail and early voting in person at the Miami County Administration Building begin today.
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 – Dozens of cancer survivors, family members and community members gathered Friday for the Miami County Relay for Life, which took place at the Osawatomie High School (OHS) Lynn Dickey track and field.
Now that the June 1 filing deadline has passed, county and state officials have a candidate list for the upcoming elections. The list includes some familiar faces, a few new ones and a rematch of one of the closest races in Miami County history.
MANHATTAN, Kan. — Kate Schoenberg of the Spring Hill FFA chapter won a drawing for a John Deere Gator during the 90th Kansas FFA State Convention, which took place May 30–June 1 at the Kansas State University campus.
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.