Road work is likely to take place across the county this spring and summer, from Old Kansas City Road to Metcalf Road.
OSAWATOMIE – Schools in Osawatomie USD 367 will be closed until Wednesday, Jan. 19, due to staffing issues related to rising COVID-19 cases.
SPRING HILL — Spring Hill USD 230 Superintendent Wayne Burke recently announced his retirement, effective at the end of the 2021-22 school year.
PAOLA — After spending the past 18 years gaining experience as a massage therapist, Chassi Melte finally opened her own business last year in Paola, and she is loving every minute of it.
Reconstruction was the effort made by the United States federal government to reunite the nation after the Civil War. During Reconstruction, the Democratic Party was the more conservative party than the Republicans in regards to Civil Rights for African-Americans.
Chocolate may not heal all the ills of the world, but I think it definitely helps.
LOUISBURG — Maverick Rockers sank four field goals, with three 3-pointers, to fuel a 23-15 fourth-quarter run as the Louisburg Wildcats defeated the Baldwin Bulldogs, 75-64, at home Friday, Jan. 14.
OLATHE — The Louisburg Wildcats swept a pair of duals on center stage at Olathe South High School.
OSAWATOMIE — The Miami County boys swim team started the season with a splash, winning its home opener.
IOLA — The Osawatomie boys basketball team did not do a good enough job taking care of the basketball at Iola.
LOUISBURG — The Wildcats were runner-up in their home Louisburg Invitational wrestling tournament.
OSAWATOMIE — Chance Mitzner won the 100th match of his prep wrestling career, placing second in the Dick Burns Classic at Bonner Springs High School.
Members of the Happy-Go-Getters 4-H Club gathered for their monthly meeting and Christmas party Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Richland Township Hall.
Dec. 14 was an extraordinary day. The temperature was warm and sunny. Members of Chapter DQ, P.E.O. and their guests gathered at Paola Country Club for the chapter’s annual Holiday Auction.
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PAOLA — Members of Chapter DQ, P.E.O. recently donated money and blankets to My Father’s House, a homeless shelter in Paola.