Here are the latest headlines regarding COVID-19:
LOUISBURG - Water repairs will require Louisburg Public Works crews to shut off water service to an area on the west and northwest side of the community on Tuesday, Jan. 19, starting about 8 a.m.
COVID-19, and mandates associated with it, will be one of the key issues the Legislature takes up as the 2021 session begins.
PAOLA — Four more Miami County residents have died in the past week. And hospitalizations are on the uptick.
We just completed the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) 102nd Convention, virtually.
Every community was and still is built up by the hard work and efforts of individuals whose lives were spent caring for their families and communities, and their contributions are often forgotten except perhaps by their descendants via family stories and family members who are interested in …
Move over “Wonder Woman 1984,” Liam Neeson’s newest action film, “The Marksman (Marksman)” has taken the number one slot at theaters and will soon be available on streaming channels.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Matti Morgan is having a season for the record books in her final year at Avila University.
OSAWATOMIE — Skyler Gravatt has always loved to play softball.
LOUISBURG — The Panther wrestling team defeated the Wildcats in a Frontier League showdown in Louisburg.
The Happy Go-Getters 4-H Club had its December meeting outside at the Richland Township Hall.
The monthly meeting of the Busy Beavers 4-H Club was held at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16, at the Miami County Fairgrounds in Paola.
The November monthly meeting of the Progressive 4-H Club was held at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 23 at Town square.