LOUISBURG — The annual Louisburg Ministerial Alliance Coats for Folks drive is currently accepting donations of new or gently used coats, hats, scarves, gloves and blankets.
LOUISBURG — Escape rooms have continued to grow in popularity during the past decade, and Jacob Vickrey and Levi Fyock are two of the many people who have embraced the concept.
The Master Food Volunteers from K-State Research and Extension’s Marais des Cygnes District are excited to announce that Knowledge at Noon programs will resume beginning next month.
Miami County Conservation District will host the first of a four-part High Tunnel Workshop Series from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 23.
LOUISBURG — More than 20 vendors are scheduled to participate in Halloween on Broadway as the Louisburg tradition makes its return after taking 2020 off due to the pandemic.
Helen Marie Melvin, age 62, of Paola, KS, died Thursday, October 14, 2021, at Olathe Medical Center.
Tyler Anthony Francis, 24, passed away at home, October 17, 2021. No services are planned at this time. Arrangements by Eddy-Birchard Funeral Home. (913) 755-2114.
Gary Wayne Chase of Atwood, Colorado, died October 18, 2021, in Fort Collins CO. Visitation is 6-8 p.m. Thursday, October 28. Service is 2 p.m. Friday, October 29, all at Eddy-Birchard. Burial at Osawatomie Cemetery.
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The abolitionist women pioneers of Osawatomie were dedicated to freeing the slaves and stood up for their abolitionist beliefs in an assertive manner. They were not shrinking violets who were only interested in domestic affairs of the home.
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BALDWIN CITY — The season came to an end for the Louisburg Lady Cat volleyball team in the Class 4A substate championship game against state-ranked Baldwin on the Lady Bulldogs’ home court.
ATCHISON — Hitter Emma Bishop, hitter Brooklyn Harmons, hitter Mackenzie Kuehl, defensive specialist Gracie Richmond, defensive specialist Emersyn Smith and hitter Mikayla White walked off the volleyball court together for the final time as Lady Panthers.
FREDONIA — The Lady Buffalos placed two runners in the top 10, four in the top 15 and five in the top 20 on their way to winning the Class 3A regional cross country title for the first time in school history.
SPRING HILL — The Lady Broncos defended their home court, defeating Blue Valley Southwest and Basehor-Linwood to send the volleyball team to state for the second time in three years.
BALDWIN CITY — Louisburg added to its dynasty at the Class 4A regional cross country meet, qualifying the boys and girls teams for state.
LOUISBURG — The Wildcat soccer team defeated Piper 4-1 on senior night to win a share of the Frontier League title.
LOUISBURG — Three fourth down plays turned the tide in a 21-7 victory for the Paola Panthers in the annual “Rivalry on K-68” game against the Louisburg Wildcats.
Nadine Bailey presided at the Oct. 11 meeting of Chapter DO, P.E.O. The meeting was a virtual one, members’ choice to protect one another during the continuing Covid pandemic.
100 Years Ago (1921)
When members of Chapter DQ, P.E.O. gathered at Little Town for their most recent meeting, they discovered it was transformed into a New Orleans style venue for Mardi Gras.