The Snow Buddies program for Louisburg residents is returning for a third winter.
OSAWATOMIE — Police Chief David Stuteville, Nuisance Enforcement Officer David Ellis and Public Safety Officer Kevin Carpenter took their oaths during a swearing-in ceremony at the Osawatomie City Council’s meeting Thursday, Oct. 24, at Memorial Hall.
Miami County residents will have several upcoming opportunities to attend Veterans Day services and honor those who have served their country.
LOUISBURG — Gold Bridge Treatment Center LLC, a 24-hour chemical and alcohol rehabilitation center, has received the green light to open a facility in Louisburg.
Stan Slaughter, a Kansas City-based artist and educator, has been traveling the country singing songs and sharing knowledge with kids and adults since 1987.
OSAWATOMIE — Alan Willard of Osawatomie was on quite a hot streak.
Dean Stickel, 77, of Cape Girardeau, Missouri passed away Friday, November 1, 2019 at the home he built and loved. (Every board in the house is straight; he squared each one three times.)
Warren G. Patton, age 85, of Greeley, Kansas, passed away on Saturday, November 2, 2019, at his home.
1926 - 2019
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Anna January worked to preserve Osawatomie history and heritage from 1898 to 1946.
SPRING HILL — Lady Bronco sophomore Alyssa Anderson was chasing a ghost on the cross country course this season.
HUTCHINSON — For the third year in a row, the Louisburg Lady Cat volleyball team placed among the top four teams in the state.
SALINA — The Spring Hill Lady Broncos ended the season in the Class 5A state volleyball tournament at Tony’s Pizza Events Center in Salina.
BAXTER SPRINGS — Sophomore Albert Lopez topped 100 yards rushing and scored twice as the Osawatomie football team ended the season with a victory on the road.
LA CYGNE – Prairie View running backs Hunter Boone and Otis Jacobs topped 100 yards rushing in a home playoff victory against Caney Valley.
MANHATTAN, Kan. — Anna Dixon had 21 kills to lead the Kansas State Wildcat volleyball team back from a two-set deficit to defeat the rival Kansas Jayhawks.
The regular meeting of the Marais des Cygnes Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution was held Oct. 5 at Timber Creek restaurant in Louisburg.
Heartland Art Guild members gathered at the Paola Senior Center on Oct. 19 for their monthly meeting.
The October meeting of the Shamrock Study Club was held at the home of Judy Jeck, hostess.
Nadine Bailey hosted the Oct. l4 meeting of Osawatomie Chapter DO, P.E.O., at Swenson Elementary School.
100 Years Ago (1919)