PAOLA — Lakemary Center is providing business solutions for companies in a two-county area as well as jobs for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities through its Adults Community Employment w/Careers and More and Business Solutions programs.
It all started one spring-time afternoon in 1964, when Paola City Manager Jim Austin and physician Robert E. Banks took an interest in the idea of a mental health facility in Paola. The idea caused them to visit with the late Mother M. Charles McGrath at her office in the Ursuline Academy, w…
Patricia Wolfe knows the powerful therapeutic effect animals can have on children because she’s witnessed it firsthand at Lakemary Ranch.
PAOLA - A 35-year-old woman accused of being in the country illegally was arrested during Paola Municipal Court on Thursday, Sept. 5, and held on a warrant issued by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
LOUISBURG — For several months, representatives from Hollis + Miller Architects have been working with the Louisburg school board, administration and a committee of district patrons to identify the top facility needs at each school.
Laura Traul age 63, of Osawatomie, KS passed away September 4 at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, Kansas.
Maybelle Derr, 88, formerly of Paola, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri passed away peacefully on Saturday, September 7, 2019, in Gardner, Kansas.
Herman Marquez, 84 of Hutchinson KS passed Thursday August 29th in his son’s home in Osawatomie, KS. A Celebration of Life will be held at the Elmdale Rec Center in Hutchinson on Saturday, September 28th from 2 – 4 pm with private family burial at a later date. Memorials can be made to Waysi…
Friday, Sept. 20! That’s the date when the final Rambo film (“Rambo: Last Blood”) and the first “Downton Abbey” film hit theaters!
Change is in the air. Children have grown over the summer and are starting the new school year a little more grown up. The promise of sunny, brisk days makes many of us excited to breakout hoodies and sweaters. Fall foliage soon will begin to show the colorful signs of a new season, and in c…
BALDWIN CITY – While the Osawatomie volleyball team lost on the road against Baldwin, there were a lot of positive things to take away from the match.
BASEHOR — The Paola Lady Panther tennis team went 6-2 in the season opener against Basehor-Linwood for its historic inaugural season.
CARBONDALE, Kan. — Running back Hunter Boone and quarterback Justin Scott each had two touchdowns to lead Prairie View past Santa Fe Trial on the road.
BONNER SPRINGS – Led by three Top-20 performances, the Spring Hill boys cross country team placed third in the Bobcat Classic held at Wyandotte County Park.
OLPE, Kan. – Running back Vincent Fox had a 48-yard touchdown run in the Osawatomie Trojans season opener at Ople.
125 Years Ago (1894)
145 Years Ago (1874)
Members of the Heartland Art Guild recently gathered for their monthly meeting.
Members of the Progressive 4-H Club met for their August meeting at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 26. The meeting was held at Holy Trinity School and began with The Pledge Allegiance followed by the club roll call.
100 Years Ago (1919)