OSAWATOMIE - Freedom Festival, originally slated for this weekend at John Brown Memorial Park in Osawatomie, has been canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The festival was to start Saturday, Sept. 19.
OSAWATOMIE – Mayor Mark Govea said one issue he continues to hear about when talking with community members is a strong desire to clean up Osawatomie.
PAOLA — For the past eight years the Paola Community Garden has sat on city-owned land in the Paola Industrial Park, but garden volunteers have always known they may need to move the amenity if a developer was ever interested in the property.
When Heather and Michael Wood moved from Olathe to Osawatomie five years ago, they were looking for a wholesome, small-town community in which to raise their children.
LOUISBURG — City Council members wasted few words in describing their disapproval for a proposed $449,069 change order to move the location of north pump station for the new wastewater treatment plant being built south of town.
PAOLA – A Paola man was killed on the morning of Monday, Sep. 14, when the vehicle he was driving veered off of Hedge Lane south of 287th Street, plowed through a bean field and crashed into a tree in front of a residence.
OSAWATOMIE - A boil water advisory that was issued for a portion of Osawatomie because of a water line break has been rescinded.
Alice Irene Emery, age 82, of Paola, KS, died Thursday, September 10, 2020, at Olathe Medical Center.
Brett W. Counter, 55, passed away September 13, 2020, surrounded by loved ones.
Leslie Shaughnessy, age 95, Louisburg, Kansas, went to be with the Lord and beloved husband, Bryan, on Sunday, September 13, 2020.
Call it déjà vu, a flashback, or even a jogged memory — whatever you will — but I remembered why all these Covid precautions seem so familiar.
The Women’s Relief Corps of the Grand Army of the Republic was the women’s auxiliary of the Grand Army of the Republic, which was the Union Civil War veterans’ organization.
The newly released film, “The Personal History of David Copperfield,” is delightful and funny. And, I almost didn’t go.
SPRING HILL – The state and nationally ranked Spring Hill Lady Broncos volleyball team defended their court against the rival Louisburg Lady Cats, taking a step towards winning a second straight Frontier League title in the process.
LOUISBURG — The Louisburg Wildcat soccer team is poised for a return after putting the 2020 season on hold for two weeks because of a positive test for COVID-19.