PAOLA - Nearly 30 Paola High School students are now certified Microsoft Word specialists thanks to a first-time program offered this year.
LOUISBURG — Blair Wagner has only been on the job for about six weeks, but the new administrator of Louisburg Healthcare and Rehab Center in Louisburg said some of the residents already seem like family.
OSAWATOMIE — The excitement in a staff member’s voice at Life Care Center of Osawatomie when she talked about Amiee Seck’s return provided the first indication of the resurgence in morale.
PAOLA - All Miami County school districts and Prairie View have canceled classes for Friday, Jan. 24, after a snowstorm blanketed the region overnight, making many roads impassable early Friday.
Mildred Dorthea Haley, age 89, of Paola, passed away January 22 at the Olathe Medical Center.
James "Jim" Gregory Tracy, age 68, of Rantoul, Kansas passed away in an automobile accident Tuesday, January 22, 2020.
Harry Ray Mock, age 14, of Rantoul, Kansas passed away in an automobile accident on Tuesday, January 22, 2020. Harry's father, Jim Tracy, also passed away in the traffic fatality. So the two of them marched through the pearly gates of heaven together.
For the kiddies, it'll be necessary to start this rant by explaining that there was an immensely popular TV show called "Dallas" that ran from 1978 through 1991. It traced the escapades of a grossly dysfunctional Texas family dynasty. Now we have the soap opera about a grossly dysfunctional …
Slaveholders and European-American northerners in the antebellum and post Civil War era worked to establish and maintain social, political and economic dominance over African-Americans by barring their access to even basic education.
It’s a great week for movies!
OSAWATOMIE — The Miami County boys swim team won its home meet on senior night.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Piper took the Paola girls basketball team out of its game on the road.
TOPEKA — The Louisburg Wildcats sent five wrestlers to the finals, placing fourth in the Topeka Invitational.
BALDWIN CITY — The Spring Hill Lady Broncos won the first Frontier League Girls Wresting Tournament.
The Miami County Medical Center Auxiliary board met Jan. 13, 2020, in the hospital board room. Eleven members were present.
123 Years Ago (1897)
Members of the Happy-Go-Getters 4-H Club gathered for their monthly meeting and Christmas party Tuesday, Dec. 10, at the Richland Township Hall.