SPRING HILL — The Spring Hill Broncos will celebrate homecoming Friday, Sept. 20, when they battle the Bonner Springs Braves.
SPRING HILL — The Bean Coffee Company in Spring Hill recently was presented with an Award of Merit from the Kansas Department of Commerce.
PAOLA — The Paola American Legion Post 156 will be sponsoring a benefit breakfast for the Paola FFA Alumni Chapter on Saturday, Sept. 28.
PAOLA — Local women will have the opportunity to learn how to defend themselves from attackers Saturday during the ninth annual women’s self-defense class organized by the Paola Police Department and instructed by the T.A.K.E. Foundation (The Ali Kemp Educational Foundation).
OSAWATOMIE – Dr. Kristin Feeback has been appointed as the new superintendent of Osawatomie State Hospital.
W. R. “Bill” Braden age 89 of Osawatomie, KS died Friday September 13, 2019 at Vintage Park of Osawatomie, KS.
Donald (Donnie) Lewis Needham was born January 19, 1943 at KU Medical Center, in Kansas City, Kansas to his father Barton Lewis Needham and his mother Phoebe Olive Eddy Needham of Lane, Kansas, both preceded him in death. He was the 7th child of 7 children. He is survived by his sister Joy D…
Roy Don West age 75 of Kansas City, MO died Sunday September 8, 2019 at River Bend Nursing home in Kansas City, KS.
LOUISBURG – The Lady Broncos and Lady Cats went four sets in a thrilling Frontier League match-up in Louisburg with a postseason-like atmosphere.
PAOLA — It is an exciting time to be part of Paola Youth Sports.
WELLSVILLE — Peyton Simpson delivered one of the highlights in the return of summer all-star baseball for Paola Youth Sports.
LOUISBURG — The defending Frontier League champion Louisburg football team took a 42-6 loss against Tonganoxie in its first game on the new turf field at Wildcat Stadium.
100 Years Ago (1919)
Thirteen Chapter JB, P.E.O. members and five guests recently traveled to Prairie Village to experience a little Japanese culture.
On Tuesday, Sept. 10, members of Chapter DQ, P.E.O. resumed meeting following the summer break.
125 Years Ago (1894)
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.