MANHATTAN, Kan. — Four Louisburg High School FFA members received scholarships for their performance in the Nursery/Landscape Career Development event.

MANHATTAN, Kan. — Two local FFA members received state proficiency awards for having one of the best career development programs in the state at the 91st Kansas FFA Convention May 29-31 on the Kansas State University campus in Manhattan.

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SPRING HILL — The Kansas Paint Company celebrated the opening of its new location at 208 S. Webster St. in Spring Hill with a ribbon-cutting ceremony April 6 sponsored by the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce.

The Spring Hill High School Theatre Department will bring the famous board game “Clue!” to life during performances Friday, March 29, and Saturday, March 30.

Stepping On is a free workshop offered by Miami County Medical Center at Olathe Health Spring Hill Rehabilitation that helps older adults prevent falls.

When Louisburg Superintendent Brian Biermann canceled school due to inclement weather on Monday, Feb. 11, he didn’t make the decision while sitting behind a desk. Instead, he was sitting behind the steering wheel of a big yellow school bus.

PAOLA – Residents in Miami and Linn counties are bracing for another round of winter weather, starting in the early evening hours Saturday, Feb. 16.

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PAOLA — Less than 12 hours after President Donald Trump addressed the nation with his State of the Union address, local city, county and school district officials took their turn in the spotlight during the annual State of the City Breakfast on Wednesday, Feb. 6, in Paola.

After a sleet and ice storm laid a white carpet across the region Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 6-7, J.R. McMahon said this winter has been unlike any other in his 35 years working for Miami County.


All public schools in Miami County will be closed once again Friday, Feb. 8, as crews continue to work to clear roads and side streets following an ice storm Wednesday and Thursday that affected most of the Kansas City metro area.

JOPLIN, Mo. — Alexis M. Kuehl of Spring Hill has been named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2018 semester at Missouri Southern State University.