The Miami County Sheriff’s Office has received a AAA traffic safety award for the fifth straight year.
OSAWATOMIE — The frustration in state Sen. Molly Baumgardner’s voice was palpable when she talked about the lack of movement on one of the bills she helped co-sponsor: Senate Bill 249, also known as the Kristi L. Bennett Mental Health Parity Act.
On Sept. 29, 2019, Miami County Sheriff’s deputies Devon Dozier and Tom Yeast responded to a report of a suicidal person on the Corps of Engineers pier at Hillsdale Lake.
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PAOLA — Mason Hunter is taking his baseball glove and bat to Mid-America Nazarene, signing a national letter of intent with the Pioneers.
LOUISBURG — The Paola Panther wrestling team won the Class 4A regional at Louisburg High School, defeating their closest competition by 37 points.
PAOLA — Phil S. Dixon, co-founder of the Negro League Baseball Museum, will be in town to celebrate the legacy of African American baseball.
TONGANOXIE — The Paola Panthers went on a 16-9, fourth-quarter run to highlight a 47-41 victory at Tonganoxie.
OVERLAND PARK — Five wrestlers from Spring Hill placed in the top eight of their weight class at the Class 5A regional at Blue Valley Southwest, punching their tickets for state.
GARNETT — Osawatomie Trojan Chance Mitzner and Prairie View Buffalos Hunter Boone and Chanz Gerleman won their weight classes in the Class 4A regional wrestling tournament at Garnett High School.
LOUISBURG — Noah Bell, also known in Wildcat Country as “Roll Tide,” was all smiles as he ran onto the court during introductions on senior night for the Louisburg boys basketball team.
Members of Chapter DQ, P.E.O. met at the home of Mary Ann Grimes on Tuesday, Feb. 11.
125 Years Ago (1895)
Members of the Progressive 4-H Club have been very busy in the community.